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Over 500 experts participated in Arad trade fair

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March 10, 2015

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Seventh Enreg Energia Regenerabila, the event on renewable energy and energy efficiency in the border triangle of Romania-Hungary-Serbia, was held from March 4 to March 6 in Arad.

“Despite the legal barriers and lower investments in renewable energy, we were stubborn enough to bring together for the 7th consecutive year, specialists in the field to analyze the market and to mark trends.

This year the focus of the event was on energy efficiency in western Romania. The trade fair, the specialised conferences and the side events brought together over 500 experts in the sector,” project manager Gabriela Bujeniţă said.

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