What are the opportunities of development for the green technology and renewable energy business on the international scenario? The question is answered by the foreign focuses of the fourth Digital Green Week of Ecomondo and Key Energy “Climate Change & Environmental Protection,” on the online platform June 8-10. The webinars scheduled will outline scenarios and trends for the sector’s Italian and European enterprises and investors who wish to expand their business abroad. At their disposal, they will have the know-how and expertise of the two leading expos for green economy and renewable energies organized by Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), which through the years have strengthened their role of international leadership and their role as a hub for business and scientific culture excellence. The event will be held again live Oct. 26-29 at Rimini expo center in Italy.
The agenda opens with “Towards CDEPE 2021 (Chengdu International Environmental Protection Expo)” organized by IEG and the Italian Consulate General in Chongqing, on June 9, at 10:00 a.m (CET). The event will be hosted by IEG CEO Corrado Peraboni, who will welcome speakers such as Guido Bilancini, Italy’s Consul General in Chongqing; Wang Tiangang, Managing Committee of the Sino-Italian culture and innovation district, Tianfu; Lorenzo Gonzo, Scientific Attaché, Head of Trade and S&T office, Italian Consulate General in Chongqing; Gianluca Luisi, Board Member of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in China; Shane Farrelly, D’Andrea & Partners Law studio and Roberto De Angelis, VOMM Italia.
IEG, one of the organizers of the largest expo on environmental protection in western China, CDEPE (Sept. 2-4, Chengdu, China), will highlight scenarios and business opportunities for green enterprises and investors in southwest China, following the new five-year plan for Chinese economic and social development, thus enabling attendees to come into contact with the local institutions.
On June 9, it will also be possibility to move south of Chengdu, in order to explore the development potential of renewable energies in Southeast Asia, more precisely in the Philippines. In the context of Key Energy, there’s “Investment Opportunities for Sustainable Energy in the Philippines,” organized by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines. It will be the ideal meeting for seeing the recent growth of the circular economy in the Asiatic country and the projects and opportunities awaiting Italian and European countries.
And then, among the appointments of the fourth Digital Green Week (June 8-10) in the context of Ecomondo, “It’s Soil or Nothing – Futureproofing Water Infrastructure” organized by British Water on the sustainable use of natural resources, “Hydrogen Innovation for Waste-to-Wheels Solution,” organized by CEWEP and ESWET on decarbonization in the transport sector. In the context of Key Energy, “Monitoring and Targeting for energy efficiency: the foundations for a green future,” by ESTA Energy and TEAM (Energy Auditing Agency Ltd) will be on how to measure, acquire, manage, process and analyze energy data.
Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), listed on the MTA (screen-based stock exchange) organized and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A., has built up over the years, through its Rimini and Vicenza venues, a position of domestic leadership in the organisation of trade fairs and conferences, and has developed its foreign activities – also through joint ventures with global or local organisers, in the United States, United Arab Emirates and China – which have positioned it among the leading European operators in the sector. For more info, visit www.iegexpo.it