A total of 143 companies have confirmed their participation in the upcoming edition of Genera, Energy and Environment International Trade Fair, which will be held from 5 to 7 February 2020 at Feria de Madrid. Still over three months away, the trade fair has already grown by 31% compared to the last edition held in June this year.
Genera 2020 begins a new period, under the slogan ‘Integrating energies for a sustainable future’, directed by Lola González, who is also responsible for ePower&Building (Veteco, Constructec, Archistone, BIMExpo, Matelec, Matelec Lighting and Matelec Industry), TECMA (International Town Planning and Environment Trade Fair) and Foro Ciudades (on urban spaces for wellbeing, sustainability and habitability).
Innovation, sustainability and business are the main lines of this edition of Generathat will bring together the leading companies and professionals to exchange knowledge, strategies, trends, etc.
The trade fair will provide a comprehensive view on the industry situation and it will focus on the challenges that society faces regarding renewable energies, energy distribution, demand management, storage, self-consumption and mobility. Genera is backed by IDAE (under the Ministry of Ecological Transition) and by the main industry associations.
Genera will launch this year Genera Solar, a specific area that will address where the decarbonisation process is in Spain, with the focus on photovoltaic and thermosolar energies and their current uses and applications. There will be specific conferences and activities.
Genera participates in two forums this week
This week Genera backs two important industry-related events -Foro Solar and the 15th Annual Cogeneration Congress-, organised by associations that are part of the trade fair’s organising committee. On Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 October Genera participated in the Foro Solar organised by UNEF, an annual meeting that drew in over 600 attendees, where answers were sought to the questions still remaining on the photovoltaic industry.
On the 24 and 25 October Genera was present at ‘Cogeneration: efficient and clean heat and energy for a sustainable energy future for Europe’, a meeting within the ‘15th Annual Cogeneration Congress’, organised by ACOGEN, COGEN España and COGEN Europe. This forum brings together about a hundred experts, cogenerators, industrialists and suppliers to address the role of cogeneration in the energy transition.
Genera is committed to the industrial sector of renewable energies, distribution, energy efficiency and its main applications, such as storage, self-consumption and mobility, to overcome the main sector challenges, commercial goals and commitments to decarbonisation of the economy and society. Along with the industry, it promotes an efficient and profitable transition of the economic sectors, creating new business, employment and social opportunities.