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12/09 2011

In the run-up to E.Tech Experience

In the run-up to E.Tech Experience
The project “let’s scrap the electrical systems” comes to Naples

In the run-up to E.TECH Experience, the new international exhibition for the energy, electrical system and lighting sectors scheduled to take place at the Fiera Milano, Rho Exhibition Centre from the 16th to 19th November 2011, the joint organisers – Fiera Milano and FME (Italian Federation of Electrical Material Wholesalers) are multiplying their efforts to ensure that the project becomes a lasting and effective tool for promoting innovative policies for the industry.

In particular, the “RottamAzione degli impianti elettrici” (Let’s Scrap the Electrical Systems) project is forging ahead. Organised by Fiera Milano in conjunction with Fondazione Opificium, FME (Italian Federation of Wholesalers and Dealers of Electrical Material) and Milan Polytechnic’s BEST Department (Science and Technologies of Building and Enviroment), the project has arranged a series of conferences in major towns all over Italy: Bologna, Rome, Naples and Turin.
These conferences aim at promoting an “energy culture” and supporting the diffusion of new technologies for generating and distributing energy more economically, efficiently and safely.

Next steps will be Naples, on September 22nd , to speak about the future of Lighting sector, and Turin, on October 6th , with a conference about certification and control of electrical plants.

The conferences arranged under the Let’s Scrap the Electrical Systems project follow a physical path that unites the north and south of Italy, and follow a virtual path through the knowledge of experts in the electrical energy sector. The last conference will be held during E.TECH Experience, on November 16th, thus offering an opportunity for operators to meet legislators and present a white paper on possibilities linked to replacing obsolete electrical equipment and on the benefits that government incentives could create for the entire supply chain, consumers first and foremost.

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