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Energy and construction at the focus of 'Aqua-Therm' and 'Infacoma'
The dynamism and extroversion of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry and of the construction sector, in general, will be presented at this year's exhibition duo consisting of 'Aqua-Therm' and 'Infacoma'.
The two exhibitions, held from 11 to 14 February 2016 at Thessaloniki International Exhibition Centre, encapsulate the effort to reboot investments in the construction sector, spearheaded by major plans being mainly implemented in the field of tourism.
At the same time, 'Aqua-Therm' and 'Infacoma' reflect all modern technologies and forms of energy, with emphasis placed on viability and sustainable growth.
Water management, renewable energy sources, pellet fuel, natural gas, solar energy and geothermal energy for heating-cooling and in boilers-heaters, heat pumps, infrared heating, new materials, building upgrades, energy saving and modern architecture will meet at the two exhibitions.
The 1st Aqua-Therm exhibition is the result of cooperation between TIF-HELEXPO and the largest exhibition group in the world, Reed Exhibitions.
Infacoma is the oldest exhibition in the field of building and construction, as it has been setting and observing sector trends, serving as the nerve centre of business networking and providing the opportunity for important B2B meetings and agreements for 33 years.
The exhibition will also feature the parallel event titled 'DPOINT GREEN VILLAGE', which focuses on sustainability and 'green' construction. The event will feature a virtual tour of 0+ HOUSE, a house that is harmonised with 'green' practices and is 100% viable (sustainability and low CO2 emissions).
In the same framework, a related conference has been scheduled under the title 'DPOINT GREEN CONFERENCE' to host professionals and academics involved in 'green' building and alternative energy sources.