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Sunweek 2002
Milan, Italy - 27th, 28th 29th and 30th June 2002
Exhibition / trade show

In the four opening days, there will be a presentation of technologies, materials, systems, equipment and services for the development of the various renewable energy sources: photovoltaic, solar heating, wind energy; hydroelectric, geothermic, biomass, cogeneration, hydrogen and fuel cells.

In particular, there will be five events included in Sunweek 2002: PV Tech Expo 2002, 1st International Fair of machines and systems for photovoltaic industry; Eolica Expo 2002, 1st International Fair of wind energy; Solar House 2002, 1st Italian Fair of the solar house; ZEV Expo 2002, 1st Italian fair of zero emission vehicles; Solar Auto Show 2002, 1st International Salon of solar energy vehicles.

27th, 28th 29th and 30th June 2002

Novegro's Parco Esposizioni

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