The Energy and Environment International Trade Fair, GENERA 2013, is taking place in Madrid (Spain) from next 26 February to 28 February. Running along this meeting, from 26 February until 1 March, will be CLIMATIZACION, the International Air Conditioning, Heating, Ventilation and Refrigeration Fair. Both events place the emphasis on energy efficiency and sustainability.
GENERA is celebrating its 16th edition with a program that includes the Genera Forum, a wide range of Technical Workshops and the Innovation Gallery. The Genera Forum will highlight the trending topics related to the field of renewable energy through a number of presentations given by companies in the sector. Participants will then have the opportunity of learn and discuss about the latest innovations and the newest products and services.
Attendees can also participate in the Technical Workshops covering issues such as the future of marine energies, co-generation and micro-cogeneration, hydrogen and fuel cells, perspectives of the biomass, small wind, wind energy’s challenges, the energy efficiency Directive, energy waste treatments, internationalisation of photovoltaic energy, among many others.
The Innovation Gallery will showcase 14 selected projects about environmental protection, energy efficiency and renewable energies: bioclimatic buildings, generation of renewable energy through environmental sustainability and recycling solutions providing economic saving plus less waste.
CLIMATIZACION, the International Air Conditioning, Heating, Ventilation and Refrigeration Fair, includes ForoClima, a forum which will address issues such as the new European law about labeling and eco-packaging, saving plastics, efficient conditioning of the buildings, energy efficient ventilation systems, among others.
Running alongside this forum will be the Singular Application Hall, a program of real cases to share knowledge and experiences, the Innovation Gallery, displaying the latest products, services and developments from this industry sector, and the Applied Air-Conditioning Techniques Workshop, among many other parallel activities.