ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPO
A pillar of K.EY, EFFI Energy Efficiency Expo is thus a physical space, a place for debate and growth, dedicated to technologies, systems and solutions that support and promote the intelligent use of energy resources.
Relevant to all sectors involved in the energy transition, Energy Efficiency Expo is of interest to the industrial sector, energy-intensive companies that see the energy transition as an investment theme, as well as public administrations, professionals and the construction sector.
K.EY and EFFI bring together companies from different sectors, including technology manufacturers, finance providers and industrial groups, where they can see, study and test best practices of those who have already set out on the path of efficiency.
- Geothermal energy and heat pumps
- Digitisation and energy management systems
- ESCOs, EPC contractors
- Energy trading
- Financial instruments serving business
The public administration is one of the largest energy consumers in Italy. Overall, its annual energy-related expenditure totals more than EUR 8.8 billion* and its consumption is mostly due to the large building stock it owns, in addition to public lighting, transport and service facilities such as power plants and waste treatment plants.
Also in light of the target to completely decarbonise the civil sector by 2050, as indicated by the Long Term Strategy and the Renovation wave, concerted public/private work is needed in which new tools and techniques can be developed to optimise the production and construction phases, with the aim of reducing related energy consumption, production costs, and implementation phase costs. Local authorities also play an important role in this wide-ranging work in fostering energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy by companies and citizens in their region. EFFI will be an opportunity to take stock of these issues.
*Source: Consip, January 2021
BUILDING SEGMENT: SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DISTRICT
The Sustainable Building District comes alive within Sustainable Cities, through the partnership with Green Building Council Italia.
This new themed area is also a reference platform for companies, professionals, builders, real estate and public and private stakeholders whose priority is sustainable and green design.
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