The 29th edition of THE GREEN EXPO® and CONIECO's International Environmental Congress, the sixth edition of Aquatech Mexico and the third edition of Intersolar Mexico were a resounding success. The three international events showcased the broadest range of solutions, training and technologies in environmental management, water technologies and solar energy.
These international platforms were consolidated as the meeting point for the new generation of entrepreneurs committed to the implementation of concrete measures and corporate social responsibility actions to achieve an inclusive, sustainable and prosperous planet, facing the challenges in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, proposed by the United Nations.
There was a valuable presence of government representatives, institutions, organizations and companies that contributed to the success of these major events to achieve the transition from a linear to a circular economy.
The three-day event was attended by 8,135 visitors, more than 200 exhibitors from 15 countries who presented more than 500 solutions. In addition to six international pavilions from countries such as Germany, Canada, the United States, India, Poland and the European Union; a first-class training program with 88 conferences and panels, with the participation of 143 internationally recognized speakers and moderators. In addition, 28 presentations were made at the Stages.
THE GREEN EXPO® consolidated its leadership as the main platform in Mexico and Latin America for business generation that for 29 years has presented innovative solutions, brands, products and sustainable technologies in the areas of Biomass, Eco-innovation, Circular Economy and Sustainable Construction. Also, and for the first time, THE GREEN EXPO SEAL was awarded to the project Revaluation of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste (FORSU) through anaerobic digestion, developed by KFG Umwelt Consultancy in alliance with La Cuadra A.C., which have joined forces for the implementation of the Biorefinery-KFG, whose objective is to take advantage of organic waste.
Aquatech Mexico helping to drive Sustainable Development Goal 6, once again brought together on the exhibition floor the most cutting-edge solutions, success stories and technologies to address every aspect of water including waste water treatment and industrial & corporate water challenges. . The gateway to the water industry was a strategic scenario for exchanging knowledge and establishing contacts with the government and Mexican companies underlined by the presence of ambassadors from countries such as India and the Netherlands and a VIP lunch with 80 stakeholders. The Aquatech Latam Awards were also presented to VEGA for its innovative portfolio of devices that enable cost-effective automation.
During the sixth edition of Aquatech Mexico, a delegation from the Netherlands was present to exchange knowledge on the efficient use of water and establish contacts with the government and Mexican companies. In addition, Henk Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs, Kingdom of the Netherlands, gave a keynote lecture on The Road to a Sustainable and Action-Oriented Water Agenda, in which he analyzed the importance of water and its complexity in transforming challenges into opportunities.
In the conference on the 40th anniversary of the Cutzamala System, Victor Bourguette, Director General of the Water Basin Organization of the Valley of Mexico (CONAGUA), explained that "the Valley of Mexico may face the same thing that happened with the lack of water in Monterrey because availability is dropping to three cubic meters per second".
For his part, Raúl Chaparro, General Director of the Water Program of the Water Commission of the State of Mexico, emphasized that our country has a deficit of 4.8 cubic meters of water due to the increase in population. He also recognized the importance of the Cutzamala System as a worldwide example that supplies water to more than 20 million Mexicans.
Intersolar Mexico presented short-term, cost-effective solutions to the energy challenges faced by companies in all sectors of the Mexican economy, positioning itself as a strategic ally for Mexico in photovoltaic energy, electrical energy storage and solar thermal energy with the participation of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and installers to consolidate the link with potential users from different industrial sectors. The 30 years of trajectory and its international relevance make Intersolar the most important series of events and conferences of the solar industry in the world.
The importance of this trilogy of events is fundamental in the green transition and to advance in the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), directly linked to environmental conservation, which are a universal call to action to move from a linear economy to a circular one for the benefit of our planet¸ as the rate of use and abuse cannot be maintained forever.
From September 5 to 7, 2023, at Centro Citibanamex, the three will join forces once again to offer the opportunity to look ahead with viable and transformative solutions aimed at combating the destructive impact of climate change and moving towards sustainable development.
About the organizers: THE GREEN EXPO® and the XXVIII Congreso Internacional Ambiental del Consejo Nacional de Industriales Ecologistas, are organized by Tarsus Mexico and the Consejo Nacional de Industriales Ecologistas, CONIECO.
Intersolar Mexico is organized by Solar Promotion International GmbH, Freiburg Management and Marketing International GmbH (FMMI) and Tarsus Mexico.
Aquatech Mexico is organized by RAI Amsterdam and Tarsus Mexico.
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