Over the past several years, the USKZBA has been a strong supporter of U.S. official participation in Astana’s Expo 2017. The USKZBA Board, including many of the USA Pavilion’s top level partners, recognizes the importance of U.S. participation in the Expo. Expo 2017 is a prime opportunity to showcase American innovation and the U.S. business community’s strong commitment to continued cooperation and partnership with Kazakhstan.

June 10 – September 10 • Astana, Kazakhstan


The theme of the Expo 2017 is “Future Energy” with a focus on green technologies, sustainable development and energy for all. Featuring the theme of the Source of Infinite Energy, the USA Pavilion shares the partnerships, triumphs and dreams of the American people and seeks to inspire all visitors with the key message: “The Energy in Each of Us Together Empowers the World”. The USA Pavilion illustrates the American belief that an innovator is anyone with vision and a change-maker is anyone with a dream and the determination to follow it through.

Get Involved!

Are you an outgoing person who enjoys interacting with diverse groups of people? Do you want an immersive Central Asian experience? Apply for the opportunity of a lifetime: Join the team of American Student Ambassadors for the USA Pavilion at EXPO 2017 Astana in Kazakhstan!

The US Pavilion team, in coordination with Eurasia Foundation, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the American Councils for International Education are partnering to facilitate the Student Ambassadorship program for Expo 2017.

For more information and to apply, visit the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s website, here!


The Future of Energy is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st Century.  As populations and economies grow millions more people need access to energy, but how to do that without increasing emissions?  The world needs energy solutions that help build a more prosperous, secure and cleaner future for everyone.  Join the USA Pavilion at Expo 2017 to discover the true source of infinite energy.