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Moldexpo 2014, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 11, 2013

Moldenergy 2014 will take place from 20 to 23 March in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies. Moldenergy 2013 attracted 55 exhibitors and more than 9,500 visitors.

Moldenergy 2013, Chisinau

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 9, 2013

Moldenergy 2013 will take place from 20 to 23 March in Chisinau, Moldova. Key themes of the exhibition project are energetic, thermal and power-technical equipment, as well as power-saving technologies. Moldenergy 2012 attracted 69 exhibitors and more than 11,000 visitors.

Moldova: Moldenergy 2012 – Where Energy Experts Meet

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 13, 2012

 Moldenergy 2012 The only event for the solar market in the Republic of Moldova is Moldenergy, the International Specialized Exhibition for power-saving technologies, gas, heating and air conditioning systems. The four-day event took place in the middle of this March for the 16th year in a row. It has brought together 67 companies from Moldova, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine and Bulgaria and has been visited by 11,300 people - a considerable increase from last year’s event, at which 50 companies and 10,000 visitors were present.
Photo: InfoEst.ro

Bulgaria: Sunny Mood at SEE Solar 2012 in Sofia

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 2, 2012

 South-East European Solar Exhibition While representatives from over 250 companies and 31 countries gathered at the Inter Expo Center Sofia for the 8th South-East European Solar Exhibition on 28 March, the Bulgarian government decided to cancel the highly controversial Belene Nuclear Power Plant project. Of course, the timing was only a coincidence. But still, the government’s decision could have an impact on the future development of renewable energies in Bulgaria. For years, critics of the government’s plans to set up the Belene plant for an estimated EUR 10 billion feared that the project could tie funds urgently needed to improve the country’s poor energy efficiency and leave too little money for green energy projects, such as solar thermal installations on the roofs of public buildings. Now, with a definite end to the idea of another nuclear power plant, market players in Bulgaria hope for new growth in the sector of alternative energies.
Photo: Frank Stier

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