Lorenzo Cagnione, President of the Italian Exhibitions Group: “Our upcoming events Ecomondo and Key Energy 2020 will discuss vital issues for the countries future”.

IEG President added “I am sure that Italy’s hosting of these important events and the topics they will address about environmental issues in North Africa, the transformation in the energy system, and the advantages derived from Euro-Mediterranean cooperation in the field of energy will confirm their superior importance for businesses and companies.

Ecomondo (24th edition) and Key Energy (14th edition) are now reference points in Europe for companies, experts and decision-makers in the public and private sectors in view of their deliberations on topics devoted to the circular economy and renewable energy sources, and thanks to the support of prominent scientific committees supervised by leading international experts In this area.

Key Energy, on the other hand, will offer an overview of energy system transition, focusing on the advantages deriving from Euro-Mediterranean cooperation in the energy field.

Lorenzo added, “We interact with events with maximum efforts and follow the best ways to do so, and rely on the confidence of exhibitors and companies participating in our exhibitions. Our 2020 releases are dedicated to sustainable development, and will be held from 3 to 6 November at the Rimini Expo Center in Italy”.

We have two events under the slogan “safe-business” in which topics will be discussed on the potential for wind energy in North Africa, the transition towards renewable energies, ground care on a planetary scale, and once again, the central themes of the Green New Deal and the recovery fund as well as the serious climate changes that the pandemic has highlighted even more greatly will be the main topics under discussion at the international round tables at Ecomondo and Key Energy 2020.

It will also include live, virtual and safe encounters, unleashing the market potential and knowledge that the European Green Deal places at the center of governments’ agendas in Europe.