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New energy in new world at Belgrade Fair

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September 15, 2016

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The 12th International Energy Fair and 13th International Trade Fair for Environmental Protection and Natural Resources – EcoFair, will be held at the Belgrade Fair from October 12 to October 14. The business and educational slogan is unchanged – New Energy.

The concept is to connect electricity plants, hydroelectric units, power grids and distribution, gas, oil, renewable and non-renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and green economy, with the protection of nature and environment, natural resource management, recycling industry, waste management and any technology that supports them, organizers said. It all creates the unity of the two sides, seemingly contradictory, and yet it is a unique global phenomenon which aspires to become a precondition for survival and sustainable development of the entire human civilization, the invitation adds.

The Energy Fair is an annual and regional gathering of companies, corporations, enterprises, institutions and professionals in the sectors of electrical energy, coal, oil and gas, renewable energy sources, energy efficiency and mining. EcoFair was announced as a manifestation that promotes the protection of the environment and natural resources. It addressing all the factors that have an impact in the area, not only the economy but also the educational and media sphere and civil society, according to the operators.

The events are expected by organizers to connect at least 200 direct and indirect exhibitors from Serbia and abroad (of which a quarter is foreign exhibitors from twenty countries) and around 7,000 domestic and foreign visitors.

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