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SEOUL, South Korea,
March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Solar, Wind & Earth Energy Trade Fair (SWEET 2013) held in Kim Dae Joong Convention Center from
March 13 to 15 ended with positive outcomes.
By inviting and proving a location for 203 global buyers from all over the world, the largest export consultation meetings took pace. The agreements and contracts that the companies in the Fair were able to successfully gain estimated to
Already established through its' business partnerships with
Indonesia, DONGIECOS succeeded in agreeing with Omus Oil Ltd of
Nigeria to export Sun Power Inverter. SET Co. was also able to agree on a deal with Suntar Technologies of
Nigeria to export its' patented 80W LED lights and sockets.
Representative Uzor Nwachukwu stated, "I am very pleased to have met Korean companies with superior products and skills that is also cost efficient."
JS JISAN Enterprises INC and UltraMEDIX of
Philippines and GMESI agreed on cooperating together on developing New and Renewal energy and agricultural development through production of solar energy generator, Sterling engine, LED lamps and other technologies related with renewal energy.
'Central Asian Fuel and Energy Company of
Kazakhstan, Vietnam National Power Transmission Corporation, Ho Chi Minh City Power Corporation of
Vietnam, JSC PCMP of
Russia, East Green Moshtagh Co., Nian Electronic Co., and N-Battery Co. of
Iran has total annual earnings of
$100,000,000. 15 global buyers with possible
ten million dollars' worth of spending power was the most ever seen at 'SWEET Fair'
There was many overseas buyer that attended again this year after satisfying results from previous event. EEI Power Corporation, Oznola Builders & Trading, and Eauxwell Nigeria Limited was satisfied to leave with their expectations filled.