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Expo Dubai, ‘The Beautiful Energy of Italy’: on Tuesday 31 August the Adnkronos forum


The Beautiful Energy of Italy is on display at Expo Dubai. One month before the start of the Universal Exposition (1 October – 31 March 2022), the protagonists of the Italian energy transition will offer a preview of the comparison on the best practices and the most innovative technologies that will lead Italy to make a difference in the green revolution. The forum, entitled “The Beautiful Energy of Italy”, is scheduled for August 31 at 10.30 in Rome at the Palazzo dell’Informazione, headquarters of the Adnkronos Group, and will be broadcast in live streaming on the website https: // www / expo-dubai-the-beautiful-energy-of-Italy-Tuesday-31-August-the-forum-adnkronos_6jBG1NwQIwvsiKUVV652k9 and on the Facebook pages of Adnkronos and Italy Expo 2020. Guests of the event: Paolo Glisenti, Commissioner General for Italy’s participation in Expo 2020 Dubai; Francesco Venturini, CEO of EnelX; Claudio Descalzi, Eni CEO; Francesco Caio, Saipem CEO; Marco Alverà, managing director of Snam and Francesco Del Pizzo, director of Terna’s Grid Development Strategies. Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio will speak. EnelX, Eni, Saipem, Snam and Terna will all be protagonists at the Expo as partners of the Italian Pavilion which they will feature with installations capable of showing beauty and efficiency in the energy transformation sector, but also with in-depth events and appointments throughout the exhibition semester. And in the comparison of 31 August both the nature of the installations and the projects and contributions of these companies in the crucial phase of the Italian and international energy transition will be anticipated. Expo Dubai, which for the first time will take place in the Middle East, is also the first major global event after the most acute phase of the pandemic and represents a springboard for the restart of world economies in the name of sustainability. The Italian Pavilion, a pulsating example of a model focused on the green transition and the circular economy, will be a place for discussion on the best practices existing in this sector and on the projects for the challenges that await it in the context of the 2030 Agenda. and the pandemic are, in fact, accelerating the decarbonization process: it is time to act and Italy is preparing to make its contribution to the global challenge for sustainability, starting from the key directives of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.

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