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08-11 November 2022: KEY ENERGY

The international exhibition and conference showcasing technologies, services and integrated solutions that promote and accelerate the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy.

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  • Jun 3, 2022

    SEC 2022: great results for this first edition

    SEC-Solar Exhibition and Conference at Rimini Fiera, the three-day event dedicated to the solar energy industry and its supply chains, held simultaneously with ForumTech by ITALIA SOLARE, has ended successfully.

  • Jun 3, 2022

    Solar Exhibition and Conference by KEY ENERGY 2022 is on the way

    In a national and international scenario in which new political-economic factors are unfolding and in a context in which solar energy is gaining in popularity comes the three-day event dedicated to the solar energy industry and its supply chains, from 6 to 8 April 2022 at the Rimini Exhibition Centre, with exhibitor stands, conferences, meetings and debates. Solar Exhibition and Conference, simultaneously and in cooperation with FORUMTECH, the event organised by ITALIA SOLARE, is the qualified and professional response to the Solar Industry's need to capitalise on the growth opportunities offered by Government incentives introduced to support the decarbonisation of our economy. The main incentives featured include: • Superbonus 110%; • NRP; • legislative simplifications.

  • Mar 18, 2022

    Nuclear and gas: can they be considered green energies?

    The EU has included nuclear and natural gas among green sources of the European taxonomy. This decision has split Europe between those in favour, those against and the various interests at stake. For many, this is not only a step backwards, but a slap in the face for the European Green Deal, putting progress and climate targets for 2030 and 2050 at risk. Should we really be considering this as a mistaken and counterproductive decision?




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