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2017 INMR WORLD CONGRESS
Nov 5-8, 2017 in Sitges-Barcelona, Spain
This major industry conference and exhibition will bring together international experts from within the electric utility industry, manufacturers of HV equipment & components, research & testing organizations and universities. More than 100 technical papers will be presented focusing on insulators, surge arresters, bushings, cable accessories, aesthetic line design and wildlife protection.
In addition, there will be a PRODUCT & TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION featuring exhibitors from across the globe, showcasing their latest product designs as well as new equipment and services. There will also be opportunities to discuss your needs directly with experts in these fields and to meet potential new suppliers.
This event will be of great value to everyone in the power supply industry, including:
- • engineers as well as consultants and contractors involved in line as well as substation design and construction;
- • procurement as well as maintenance staff;
- • manufacturers of high voltage apparatus & components for power networks;
- • professionals in development & testing of high voltage equipment & components;
- • maintenance staff at TSOs and power supply compagnies.
Sitges is a privileged enclave on the Mediterranean coast, known for its beaches, historical sites and lively nightlife. Protected by the Garraf mountains, it offers an excellent microclimate that allows visitors to enjoy the charming town all year round. Only minutes from the marvelous city of Barcelona (35 km) and Barcelona’s International Airport (25 km), Sitges has more than 28,000 inhabitants, of which approximately 30% are ‘foreigners’ which gives the town a special international character.
Sitges is a maritime city, noted for its outstanding church, known as ‘La Punta’. One of the most recognized icons in the town, it was built in the seventeenth century in a Baroque style. Sitges is a wonderful place to spend time enjoying the beaches and roaming its lively, narrow streets, replete with tapas bars, galleries and shops.