Crestchic Loadbanks is exhibiting at the Middle East Energy exhibition in Dubai from 7th – 9th March. The Crestchic team will be at Booth S2. B01 for the duration of the three-day event to meet decision-makers from the power generation market.

With rental offices in Dubai, this large-scale, well-established event is an ideal forum to meet with local customers, while Crestchic’s global reach ensures that the company can fulfill both sales and rental opportunities worldwide. The company’s load testing technology offers proven reliability for testing power supplies in harsh environments, from desert to snow, off-shore to high altitude.

Naji El Assal, General Manager at Crestchic in the Middle East, commented:

“In addition to diversifying the power generation mix, many major economies are now facing an energy crisis. These will both be key drivers for discussion at this year’s show.

“Our reliance on power is increasing, with an additional focus on backup power to provide the energy resilience required during this uncertain time. Wherever there is backup power, there should be load banks – and our team is using forums like the Middle East Energy exhibition to encourage conversation around the importance of generator maintenance as part of an energy resilience strategy.”

Through our industry-leading load bank solution, Crestchic can commission, test and service all types of power sources, including generators, turbines, batteries, and fuel cells.

We manufacture a wide range of AC and DC load banks for both resistive-only and resistive-reactive applications. Load banks vary in size from 30kW to 6000kVA and are designed to operate a 3 phase, 50 or 60Hz.

The Middle East Energy show has guided the region through the energy transition for over 45 years, bringing together buyers, sellers and service providers to showcase solutions capable of delivering cleaner energy and supplying sustainable power.

As part of this globally renowned show, the Global Energy & Utilities Forum, is a three-day immersive experience taking place both online and in-person. It will bring to the stage energy leaders of today and the future to provide an unrivalled platform for both public and private sectors to explore critical issues and trends shaping the new energy ecosystem.

Registration to attend the show is free on the Middle East Energy website.