Consul General of Germany in Ekaterinburg Dr. Stefan Keil will open the exhibition «renewables – Made in Germany»

From September 19 to 22, 2017 in Ekaterinburg, there will be a specialized exhibitions week GRAND EXPO-URAL.

GRAND EXPO-URAL unites four international trade shows: LESPROM-URAL – exhibition of machines, equipment and technologies for forestry and the woodworking industry, EXPOMEBEL-URAL – exhibition of furniture, equipment, components and technologies for furniture production, AQUAPROM-URAL – exhibition for HVAC&R technologies, water supply and plumbing systems, UTILIZATION – exhibition of equipment and technologies for industrial and household waste management. More than 200 companies from 15 countries will take part in this large-scale event. Along with the trade shows, the organizers of GRAND EXPO-URAL offer exhibitors and guests to take part in an extensive Event Program.

On September 19, within the framework of GRAND EXPO-URAL, the opening of the technological exhibition «renewables – Made in Germany» will take place. The exhibition «renewables – Made in Germany», developed at the initiative of the Ministry of Economy and Energy (BMWi) of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Energy Agency (dena), is aimed to introduce visitors to the main types of renewable energy, technologies and the field of renewable energy. Since its launch in May 2004, the exhibition has become an important part of some 320 events in more than 100 countries. Ekaterinburg became the seventh Russian city to host the exhibition «renewables – Made in Germany». The event is organized by the German House of Science and Innovation (DWIH) in Moscow.

«renewables – Made in Germany» is open to everyone on 19 - 22 September 2017.

Opening hours: 10am-6pm on 19-21 September с 10.00 до 18.00, 10am-3pm on 22 September
Venue: Ekaterinburg-Expo, Pavilion 1
Access is free but the registration is required (at the entrance or online)

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Ekaterinburg, Russia

Opening hours in 2022:

  • 13, 14 & 15 September:    10:00-18:00
  • 16 September:           10:00-16:00