Chinese companies took center stage at North America’s foremost clean energy expo held in Las Vegas, Nevada, this week, extending their global market reach and seizing new opportunities.
The event, named “RE+ 2023,” drew over 30,000 attendees and featured more than 1,300 exhibitors from across the world, showcasing cutting-edge equipment, technologies, and best practices in the clean energy sector.
According to the expo organizers, over 300 Chinese companies participated in the four-day event, representing a wide spectrum of clean energy sectors, including solar, energy storage, hydrogen, EV infrastructure, microgrids, and wind power.
The exhibition floor featured several well-known Chinese new energy technology giants like CATL, BYD, CALB, Gotion, and DESAY, alongside numerous innovative startups. Chinese companies have been at the forefront of providing global clean energy solutions, gaining recognition from their international counterparts and attracting a significant number of visitors and fellow exhibitors at the expo.
Gotion, a leading power battery technology company, showcased a range of clean energy solutions at “RE+ 2023,” spanning residential, commercial, industrial, and utility-scale energy storage systems.
Jason Hao, Director of Market and Business Development at Gotion, emphasized the expo’s role in boosting their brand presence in North America’s clean energy sector and strengthening connections with customers. He highlighted the company’s commitment to overseas market development, citing their recent announcement of a $2 billion electric vehicle lithium battery manufacturing plant in Illinois, set to begin production in 2024.
For Xiamen Ampace Technology Limited, this marked their debut participation in the “RE+” expo under their own brand. They exhibited innovative energy storage solutions, including offerings for commercial and industrial, residential, and uninterruptible power supply systems.
Ethan Wei, Director of Business Development for Ampace’s Energy Storage System, noted that their residential energy storage solutions already held a substantial global market share. He underlined the company’s presence in Europe, Japan, North America, and their expanding focus on emerging markets like South Africa.
Bluetti Power Inc., a clean energy startup, presented their all-in-one home backup solution, energy storage system, and expandable portable power stations. Their EP900, a 9000w energy storage system, drew attention with its impressive specifications.
Chunjun Wang, Vice President of Business Development at Bluetti, emphasized China’s strengths in clean energy technologies and production capacities. He stressed the importance of understanding customer needs and continuously improving product offerings to deliver safer, more convenient, and environmentally friendly solutions.
Xiang Zheng, Vice President of CALB, highlighted innovation as a cornerstone for Chinese companies’ success in the global clean energy market. He noted that Chinese exhibitors consistently bring the latest technology to North America’s premier clean energy expo.
“RE+ 2023,” running from Monday to Thursday, serves as a platform for companies, professionals, and educators worldwide to exchange best practices in clean energy solutions and explore new business prospects.