The 26th edition (the first without KEY) of Italian Exhibition Group's international circular economy trade show closed with a major leap forward compared to 2022.
Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, Minister for the Environment and Energy Security: “this event is important for accompanying the transition through technology". Speeches by Stefano Bonaccini, President of the Emilia-Romagna Region; Anna Montini, Rimini Councillor for Ecological Transition, and Maurizio Renzo Ermeti, President of Italian Exhibition Group
The 26th edition (the first without KEY) of the Italian Exhibition Group's international circular economy trade show closed today with a major leap forward compared to 2022.
Ecomondo 2023 focuses on water, energy, food (WEF-Nexus), the key connection for determining environmental impact
At the 27th Conference of Parties in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, leading green technology and renewable energy trade shows outline the urgent need to intensify circularity in waste management and the use of sustainable sources.
• A big-number edition with +41% attendance compared to 2021 and considerable growth even in respect of 2019 • Foreign attendance doubled thanks to IEG's internationalisation policy • Minister Fratin closed the four-day event in Rimini
Environment and Energy Security Minister, Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, applauds Ecomondo and Key Energy, the Italian Exhibition Group events that opened today The opening ceremony was attended by IEG president, Lorenzo Cagnoni, Emilia-Romagna Region’s Vice President, Irene Priolo and Rimini Municipality Councillor for the Environment, Anna Montini
Visitors will be greeted by a solid proposal of global conferences developed by the Ecomondo and Key Energy Technical-Scientific Committees, chaired respectively by Fabio Fava and Gianni Silvestrini, at which the European Commission will also participate. A range of conferences and seminars that will feature international, national and local institutions, public and private companies and the scientific world.
“Africa Green Growth”, a networking platform between African institutions and EU green companies, will be inaugurated by IEG’s CEO, Corrado Peraboni; an international perspective of energy cogeneration and sector development in 150 events from 26th to 29th October.
The online marketplace for the companies that registered on the Italian Exhibition Group platform continued until 15th November with approximately 350 buyers, the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia reward the digital double week.
Over 80 live talk events on the calendars of Ecomondo and Key Energy, being held from 3rd to 6th November at Rimini expo centre.
Conferences with top experts on the problem of marine litter. Twelve countries gather to win the challenge of sustainability
A real Ecomondo (Eco-world) is represented by Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) for four days at Rimini Expo Centre. An event that the market has confirmed as an indispensable appointment for business, with indisputable advantages for the companies taking pa
Ecomondo, the international exhibition organized by Italian Exhibition Group helps the companies of the green sector to enter foreign markets.
Italian Exhibition Group’s international know-how in “green” technologies is extending, thanks to the relationship set up with China’s most important association in the sector of environmental protection
Also representing the Government, Riccardo Fraccaro, Undersecretary to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, and Antonio Misiani, Undersecretary for Economy and Finance.
Euro Mediterranean area’s number one green and circular economy show that runs alongside Key Energy, the renewable energy show.
The event is promoted by the National Council of the Green Economy in collaboration with Italy’s Ministry for the Environment and the support of the Foundation for Sustainable Development.
Ecomondo, confirms its role as a European reference point for the green economy and the circular economy at top institutional level.
: European Strategy for plastics and its developments; the most advanced experiences of the circular bioeconomy in OCSE countries and Industry 4.0 applied to waste management and use; the protection, recovery and reuse of water resources.