Eurochile Foundation invites Chilean companies to participate in the Key Energy fair, which this year debuts with a new format
With the aim of learning about trends and new technologies in the renewable energy ecosystem and providing tools to be leaders in innovation and promotion of sustainable development, the Eurochile Business Foundation, through its Business Cooperation area, invites Chilean companies to be part of KEY 2023, the largest international exhibition of renewable energies. This year, […]
With the aim of learning about trends and new technologies in the renewable energy ecosystem and providing tools to be leaders in innovation and promotion of sustainable development, the Eurochile Business Foundation, through its Business Cooperation area, invites Chilean companies to be part of KEY 2023, the largest international exhibition of renewable energies.
This year, Key Energy will be an autonomous event, with a new format and positioning, and scheduled on a different date. The event will be held at the Expo Center in the city of Rimini, Italy, between 22 and 24 March.
The fair will be distributed in twelve pavilions where will have a different product sector. KEY will cover the full range of renewable energies in a larger space than previous editions, which will facilitate visits and increase business and networking opportunities, expanding contacts, and meeting key players in the sectors of reference of the energy transition.
The agenda includes three days to cover 28,000 m2 of exhibition space, with more than 9,000 attendees, 90 participating foreign countries, mostly from Europe, and 253 brands.
In 2023, the exhibition will operate on six main and product pillars, with defined spaces: Wind, Efficiency, Solar, Hydrogen Expo, City and Electromobility.
Based on these topics, more than 100 workshops, conferences and seminars will be held. It will be a series of activities aimed at exploring aspects related to the world of renewables and the energy transition at national and international level, including from a regulatory point of view. There will be 350 exhibitors, presenting new trends and opportunities, in addition to all the stands showcasing their latest innovations and products.
In this way, Key Energy aims to be a global exhibition, a cultural, scientific and technical hub and a community catalyst capable of connecting stakeholders, actors and leaders in the renewable energy sector, giving them the opportunity to communicate with each other: not only a business platform, but also and above all an opportunity for education and information on the subject of energy and the acceleration of the energy transition process, already underway.
How to participate?
This year, the organisers, EG Italian Exhibition Group SpA, are inviting, through the VIP Buyer Programme, ten Chilean entrepreneurs to experience the most important international trade fair for technological and industrial innovation in the renewable energy.
Professionals with decision-making power in procurement (purchasing managers, company directors and general managers) from the energy transition sectors can participate. Representatives from industries, municipalities, public authorities or governmental bodies, management and service companies or agri-food companies are also invited.
The programme includes a 3 nights hotel stay, single room with breakfast for one person per company; free entrance to the fair; transfers airport/hotel; hotel/fair; hotel/airport; guided tour of to the fair with translator; technical visits to learn about production processes, technologies and the production chain model.
In addition, programme includes a reimbursement of 400 euros on the value of the air ticket. Eurochile Business Foundation will oversee all formalities related to some of the services related to the Key Energy fair, such as entrance to the event, transfers, and technical visits.
The foundation specifies that the entrepreneur must oversee all formalities related to entering the country such as visa, vaccination approval and all that is required for entry into the country in according to the provisions of the Italian embassy in Chile.