Registration for Environment and Energy 2014 open now!
The10th International Power Industry, Energy Efficiency, Infrastructure and Environmental Technology Fair "Environment and Energy 2014"
will be held at the Kipsala International Exhibition Centre, Riga from 16-19 October 2014.
The exhibition will present a variety of solutions for energy efficiency, power supply, environmental technology and infrastructure improvement, and the efficient use of RES. The leading power industry companies will offer the advanced energy-efficient technologies and viable solutions - from equipment and projects for big companies and municipalities to solutions for medium-sized and small companies and cost-efficient deals for every household.
Main thematic sectors:
- Energy efficient heating and thermal insulation technologies;
- Heat metering and control equipment;
- Innovative heating system renovation solutions;
- Efficient street and home lighting trends;
- Equipment and solutions for energy-efficient use of solar and wind energy;
- Ventilation and air conditioning equipment;
- Industrial and domestic wastewater treatment technology;
- Environmentally-friendly transport - electric vehicles.
The exhibition will offer an extensive multi-day programme of seminars held by the Riga Energy Agency and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development.
Register your application at your earliest convenience and get more favourable conditions and the best exhibit space!
“Environment and Energy 2013” gathered 114
participants from 13 countries – 87 companies from Latvia and 27 companies from other countries (Belarus, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and the UK).
The attendance to the fair totalled to 24,749
visitors both professionals and public. These positive results for “Environment and Energy 2013” show it as a significant and interesting event for every single person who owns and runs property and cares for efficient use of natural and energy resources. Visitors and media also appreciated the diversity of exposition – from energy-saving solutions for every household to industrial machinery. Many products were first displayed in Latvia. The fair offered a vaster exposition of eco-friendly vehicles and visitors had a unique opportunity to test drive hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.
The event offered a programme of seminars and several conferences for professional and general audiences. Participants and professional visitors gave positive evaluation of seminars that reflected current topical issues of this sector, were well organised and well attended.