The largest showcase in the Euro-Mediterranean area for advanced and sustainable technology for processing and recycling all kinds of waste; treating and reclaiming water, waste water and polluted marine sites; efficient use and transformation of raw and processed materials and the promotion of renewable raw materials.
Together with Ecomondo, Key Energy today fulfils a central role in Italy among events dedicated to the theme of energy from a strategic and technological standpoint. The 2014 edition attracted over 101,000 visitors and 1,200 exhibitors for display place of 100,000 Sq meters.
Waste And Biowaste- Reclaim Expo/Decommissioning – Water – Air -Bio-Based Industry And Bio- Economy – Smart Cities And Communities/ Sustainable Architecture
Sectors of focus for KeyEnergy:
Bio-Green Processing – Wind Energy – Energy Efficiency
Ecomondo & Key Energy offer exhibitors and visitors an unparalleled opportunity to boost visibility, make new contacts, forge relationships with institutions and key drivers of the industry, and find business opportunities in Italy and the Mediterranean and Africa.
In addition, Research and Innovation remain central across the whole spectrum of sector opportunities. You will learn about the Europa 2020 and Horizon2020 strategy and tools for supporting and co-financing sustainable innovation in Europe, including Public Private Partnerships (PPP), SPIRE, the Joint Technology Initiative (JTI), Bio-Based Industry, European Innovation Partnerships (EIPs) in the fields of Water and Raw Materials, and Key Innovation Communities (KIC) focusing on Climate Change and Raw Materials.
Ecomondo guides companies in pursuing the objectives determined by the Seventh General European Action Programme:
The Trade Commissioner Service at the Embassy of Canada in Rome is pleased to offer free of charge to Canadian companies a visit to Ecomondo/Key Energy trade shows which will include:
Patrizia.Giuliotti@international.gc.cais a Trade Commissioner specializing in the Environmental Technologies and Renewable Energy sector for the Italian market. She can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.
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