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up to €60,000 per event
Vienna announces €4 million meeting fund
to support local and international organisers, and hybrid events between 2021 and 2023.
1–3 June 2022
Comeback of the Urban Future Live Events
In the summer of 2022, Helsingborg invites the world to be a part of their H22 City Expo.
new position
CWT Appoints Michelle Mckinney Frymire as Chief Executive Officer
Incumbent Kurt Ekert will be stepping down and will take on the role of senior advisor to the company.
November 17-19 in Orlando
GBTA Announces New Dates
for 2021 Convention.
Awards
Austria Center Vienna Bags Coveted Gold and Silver Stevie Awards
Best B2C event and rapid testing lanes most valuable company response to the Covid-19 crisis category.
hotel news
First Radisson Individuals in the Baltics Opens Its Doors in Tallinn
Palace Hotel Tallinn is a monument of national architectural heritage built almost 100 years ago and respectfully renovated.
€300+ millions
The Economic Impact of Messukeskus Helsinki Melted By 80 per Cent
Pandemic damage radiates over the business life of the entire Helsinki Metropolitan Area.
sleep congress is awakening
World Sleep Congress 2022 to Be Held In Rome
EGA Worldwide Congresses & Events formally contracted as DMC service provider.
digital move
ICC Sydney Expands Broadcast and Hybrid Event Solutions with Media Studio
The studio features green screen technology which allows for visual integration of presenters into customisable background content.
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Valencia Conference Centre Generates More Clean Energy

Coinciding with World Environment Day, June 5th, the Valencia Conference Centre is launching the SDG Project, a global initiative, which covers all areas of the buildings activities.

The project will help Valencia to progress in its smart city strategy; to take urgent action to combat climate change and its effects, and to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.

Currently, sustainable investments represent 40 % of the total and it is estimated that they also save approximately 1 million kWh in annual energy consumption. These reductions avoid the emission of 707 tonnes in CO² eq., the approximate amount emitted into the atmosphere by 150 vehicles on the roads in one year. The project is part of the Centres Sustainability Plan, which already has a number of milestones under its belt. These include the installation of the photovoltaic roof in 2008, which has already generated more than 3 million kWh of clean energy.