Ecomondo Rimini: Landi Renzo to sponsor "H2R" and to take an active part in the General Assembly for the Green Economy
Group Managers to take part in three H2R conferences
Landi Renzo S.p.A., in line with its ecological mission, is to sponsor "H2R - Mobility for sustainability", a traditional point of reference for industry players nd stakeholders of ecological and sustainable mobility.
The event, now in its 13th year, will take place as part of the 18th Ecomondo, the prestigious International Trade Fair of Material & Energy Recovery and Sustainable Development, to be held in Rimini Fiera from 5 to 8 November.
H2R is the leading Italian show aimed at sustainable mobility. The fact of displaying and putting on the road automotive echnology with lower environmental impact and greater technological content allows even those outside the mobility field to get to know first-hand the achievements and potential of automotive research in the field of sustainable development. Due to the event's central location (Rimini Fiera South Hall), the H2R exhibition area, conferences and meetings attract the attention of the over 90,000 visitors to Ecomondo.
Managers of the Landi Renzo Group will be speaking at three conferences that will take place in the central Agora:
- "Sustainable mobility at the centre of the green economy," Wednesday, 5 November at 14:30
- "Eco-mobility as a business opportunity," Thursday, 6 November at 11:00 (organised by InterAutoNews; guests will feature the top managers of Italian car manufacturing companies)
- "Energy, technologies and mobility solutions for a sustainable city", Friday, 7 November, 10:00
In addition, as an associate member of NGV Italy, the Italian Association for Natural Gas Vehicles, the company will take part in the "General Assembly for the Green Economy", an open and participatory strategic/programmatic development process involving key stakeholders of the Italian green economy.
Promoted by the National Council for the Green Economy, consisting of 66 business organisations, in collaboration with the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Economic Development, the aim of the General Assembly, now at its 3rd edition, is to point out a new direction for the Italian economy and to suggest new opportunities for lasting and sustainable development.
The initiative, launched in 2012, has become a point of reference for thousands of businesses and, between 2012 and 2013, saw the involvement of over 4,000 stakeholders.
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