Why Exhibit?

Critical Power North America is a conference and exhibition on the latest advancements in critical power technology and services for data centers, industrial and manufacturing facilities, military, laboratories, healthcare, financial institutes, utilities and telecom.

It is the only independent conference and exhibit that covers all systems types and technologies. Discover solutions in battery, generator, fuel cell, renewable energy, capacitor, flywheel and hybrid power.

Who Should Exhibit at Critical Power?

if you are a manufacturer or regional distributor of Critical Power products, systems or relative software that address solutions for:

  • Uninterruptible & Standby Power Supply
  • Emergency Power Systems
  • Switch-Mode Power Operations & Systems
  • Power Testing & Monitoring
  • System Maintenance & Reliability
  • Power Management & Quality
  • PDUs, Cabling

and are looking to reach:

  • Engineering & Operations Managers
  • Technical Professionals Responsible for Power Systems
  • Facility Managers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Financial Analysts & Managers
  • Emergency & Disaster Preparedness Managers


that purchase Critical Power equipment for solutions pertaining to:

  • Manufacturing & Industrial Operations
  • Facilities Management
  • Data Centers
  • Public Safety & Emergency Services
  • Transportation, Logistics & Distribution
  • Healthcare, Education & Government Facilities
  • Utilities & Infrastructure
  • Military & Defense


Speaker quality was good and the mix of presentations was well done. There are a lot of new technologies entering the power space — batteries, fuel cells, microgrids — and it’s changing rapidly. These conferences offer a great opportunity to learn what is new and trending.Sheila Gailloreto,Fairbanks Morse

Contact Sue Hannebrink to reserve your space today.

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Critical Power North America is co-located with Battery Power 2016 and Advancements in Thermal Management 2016.