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PCIM Asia 2022 to be moved to October with major brands and concurrent events confirmed

1 Sep 2022

In light of recent developments concerning the pandemic in Shanghai, PCIM Asia will now be held from 26 – 28 October 2022 in Hall E1 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. The show will continue to provide a platform for exchanging ideas, showcasing technologies and expanding business networks. This will be achieved through gathering the latest power electronics suppliers at the fairground and by exploring the latest trends through the fair’s concurrent programme.

On behalf of the organisers, Mr Louis Leung, Deputy General Manager of Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd expressed: “We are pleased to have confirmed suitable dates for the rescheduling of the fair, which meet the needs of our stakeholders. Meanwhile, we are in contact with our local and international exhibitors and supporters to provide them with the necessary support to facilitate their participation. We are also prepared to put the necessary measures in place to ensure the wellbeing of all fairgoers during the course of the October fair.”

PCIM Asia exhibitors to showcase latest power electronics solutions from across different sectors
PCIM Asia is a specialised event for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management. The 2022 edition has gathered some of the biggest names in the industry, showcasing the most innovative products and solutions in the field of power electronics. These include CRRC, Fuji Electric, GaNext, Infineon, Innoscience, MacMic, Mitsubishi Electric, onsemi, Power Integrations, ROHM, Semirkon, Silan, Sunking, Tektronic and Toshiba who have confirmed their participation and are ready to showcase their products and services in the power electronics sector. Covering a range of power electronics solutions, semiconductors, power devices, bus bars, capacitors and more, the fair expects to play host to some 100 brands from around the world across 10,000 sqm of exhibition space.

Get inspired by the value-added concurrent programme
Apart from the diversity in the products on display, the fair also serves as a pivotal marketing and networking platform for all participants. Held alongside the exhibition, the PCIM Asia Conference is one of the most important events for power electronics in Asia. Led by industry experts, the 2022 conference promises to once again provide a platform for industry professionals in power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management from around the world to connect and share ideas. Experts from these sectors have contributed 52 conference papers on a wide range of topics from within the industry. Key topics covered at this year’s conference will include:

·         Power semiconductor devices / WBG devices
·         Passive components
·         Packaging and reliability
·         Motion control
·         Power conversion
·         AI for power electronics

Additionally, the fair will carry out a programme of industry forums covering hot topics in power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy, and energy management. Attendees will hear from notable experts, academics and top executives from leading companies in the industry.

Details of highlighted events are as follows:

Industry Forum: Electrical transportation technology in the Industry 4.0 era
Highlighting China's transportation electrification transformation, invited speakers will unveil the latest developments in this space and lead interactive discussions on the country’s railway, electric vehicles, intelligent mission planning and tracking control of autonomous surface vehicles (ASVs), unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and more.

Industry Forum: New energy development under China’s ‘Carbon peak’ and ‘Carbon neutrality’ goals
Experts from renowned universities and research institutes, as well as key industry specialists, will actively discuss the prospects and key technologies of renewable energy development and utilisation under the ‘Dual Carbon’ policy. They will cover the latest renewable energy trends and share innovative insights on energy conversion, energy storage and power management technologies.

Interrelated concurrent shows create strong synergy for power electronics industry in East China
Held on the same date and venue are Messe Frankfurt’s Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology, Shanghai Smart Home Technology and Parking China. Participants of PCIM Asia 2022 will be able to take advantage of synergies between the different fairs. There are also many potential applications of power electronics across a wide range of sectors such as in smart home appliances with remote control systems, voice recognition and smart sensors as well as within building technology applications including heating, air conditioning and refrigeration. With over 20 years of experience in the East China region, PCIM Asia is a recognised platform which will bring the industry together and showcase the latest innovations in power electronics.

PCIM Asia is jointly organised by Guangzhou Guangya Messe Frankfurt Co Ltd and Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH. To find out more about PCIM Asia, please visit or email

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Background information on Messe Frankfurt
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