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Valladolid hosts the first edition of a fair dedicated to the maintenance in the field of renewable energy sources
December 1, 2009
Valladolid will be on 2 and 3 December the continental epicenter of renewable energy sources. The fairground of the Valladolid capital will host to the main actors of the sector, to find keep-er a better platform to establish a global debate on the present and the future of clean energy, a forum in which trade relations between the companies there will also be encouraged.
The Association of promoters of wind energy in Castilla y León (Apecyl), with the support of the Junta de Castilla y León and important companies in the sector, has launched the first fair of operation and maintenance of installations of renewable energy sources (keep-er)whose objective is to be established as a key reference point in the broad spectrum of renewable energy.
Apecyl will be for this event with the companies providing operation and maintenance to perform their tasks in the field of renewable energies, but universities, institutes of research, parks and technology centres, as well as developers of renewable energy will also be in keep-er.
In parallel with the exhibition itself, Apecyl has organized a technical conference that will be on the table the ability of the industrial activity of the companies who exploit and maintain renewable energies both to national and regional levels. The technical seminars will do, in addition, special emphasis on employment, new technologies and practical solutions for every moment, through interesting presentations, which will be the most important exponents of renewable energy in Spain.