One of the largest and most comprehensive ever, with registered attendance of more than 17,500, surpassing the last show. Read More
Louisville’s own Steve Buttleman officially opens ICUEE 2013 with the famous “Call to the Post”.
Attendees got an up close look at all the products and services inside and out, including presentations at the all new indoor Exhibitor Demo Stage.
Utility and utility contractors learned about the newest technologies, insights and trends. Over 230 innovations were showcased!
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ICUEE attracts utility contractors and municipalities involved in the electric, telecom, water/wastewater and gas industries. The show features networking opportunities with 20,000+ peers.
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The 2013 ICUEE, The Demo Expo, was by all measures an outstanding success and one of the largest and most comprehensive ever, with registered attendance of more than 17,500, surpassing the last show, held in 2011.
Take a look at the new products and technologies that were showcased at ICUEE 2013.
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The next ICUEE will be held September 29 through October 1, 2015 at The Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
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New Indoor Demo Stage
More opportunities for a first-hand look at new technologies and best practices in action! View the schedule.
ICUEE Awarded #4 spot on TSNN Top 250 Trade Show List
ICUEE 2011 was ranked #4 on TSNN’s Top 250 Trade Show List. Read the full story.
ICUEE Ranked Among Trade Show Executive’s Gold 100
ICUEE 2011 is proud to be one of Trade Show Executive’s Gold 100 honorees. Read the full story.
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