Welcome to Our Electricity Infrastructure and Smart Grid Page

The development, construction, and operations of electricity infrastructure require investment in heavy machinery, equipment, hardware and other technology that provide the physical infrastructure of the electric grid, as well as the engineering, construction, maintenance, information technology, and other services that ensure a given electric power supply reaches end users.

According to the International Energy Agency, world electricity demand in 2030 will be double what it was at the start of the millennium. In order to meet this surging demand, global investment in electric transmission and distribution infrastructure, including smart grid technologies, will total $5.18 trillion between 2001 and 2030, which represents the highest predicted investment in any energy infrastructure sector over the period.

The trade events promoted on this page represent opportunities for US exporters in the electricity infrastructure and smart grid sectors to expand sales and partnerships and engage with key policy stakeholders.

Trade Events:

  • POWER-GEN Brasil, São Paulo, Brasil, October 21-23, 2014
  • Distributech Brasil, São Paulo, Brasil, October 21-23, 2014
  • HydroVision Brasil, São Paulo, Brasil, October 21-23, 2014

POWER-GEN Brasil, HydroVision Brasil & DistribuTECH Brasil
São Paulo, Brasil, October 21-23, 2014
Co-located events, POWER-GEN Brasil, HydroVision Brasil and DistribuTECH Brasil provide a strategic platform for information exchange, networking and new business development for the power generation market. With Brazil facing a need for a massive expansion of its energy and power sectors to keep pace with the demands of economic growth, these co-located events have technical conferences that will address key issues and hot topics, plus feature an exhibition showcasing hundreds of products and services from leading equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
For more information, click on the hyperlink above, or contact Igly Serafim at Igly.Serafim@trade.gov