The Italian Exhibition Group will hold the 24th edition of the Ecomondo Conference and Exhibition and the 14th edition of Key Energy from 26-29 October at the Rimini Exhibition Center in Italy.
Corrado Peraboni, CEO of the Italian Exhibition Group, said that these two exhibitions are pioneers of green economy and renewable energy in the Euro-Mediterranean basin, presenting products and offering project solutions to overcome global green challenges to which each country is invited, especially those in the African and European continent.
Alessandra Astolfi, director of the Green and Technology Fair of the Italian group of exhibitions, added that African embassies will be represented in the trade fairs that will be held, including, for example, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Rwanda and Kenya, in addition to companies, associations and institutions.
It is scheduled to hold extensive meetings and discussions with participants from African and European countries on the sidelines of the conference, to enhance their expertise, develop networks and finalize business agreements.
The participants in the 2021 edition of Ecomundo and Key Energy are waiting for many discussions and discussions on renewable energy, the green economy, and ways to cooperate to achieve carbon neutrality.
The two exhibitions also feature 150 seminars and panels moderated by Professor Fabio Fava and Gianni Silvestrini on behalf of the chairmen of their scientific and technical committees.
The main theme includes a plastic-free Mediterranean basin, with the participation of the European Commission. The event will outline strategies for the production and recycling of plastic for a clean sea and the restoration of degraded ecosystems and habitats.
Other events will address the circular bioeconomy proposed by the Food and Soil Health Mission Council to ensure 75% of soils are healthy by 2030, while workshops on plastic waste diversion will highlight the opportunities for pyrolysis systems as well as the legal obstacles that still hamper these types of technologies.
The inaugural conference is scheduled to witness a presentation of Italy’s experience in national recovery and resilience, on incentive policies for the energy transition and assessment of their impact, while the African Green Growth event will directly include institutional representatives and African associations from Kenya and Rwanda, in addition to Italian companies in Africa and South Africa. Sahara Desert, and will highlight the future role of wind energy in the energy mix of the African continent.
European institutions and associations will meet with Italian interlocutors to determine the best strategy for achieving the Green Deal.
It is worth noting that this year, the Ecomondo and K-Energy conference and exhibition will witness the presence of an environmental car exhibition organized by the Italian group of exhibitions in partnership with the Italian Automobile Industry Association, which will display a full range of cars and equipment for urban hygiene, street cleaning, solid and liquid waste collection and transportation.