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  Events - September 2014

BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of EnergyWise-2014  (WEW2014)

16 Sep 2014 - 18 Sep 2014 - Taiyuan, China

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Energy wise is focused on how to make energy work efficiently and optimize our planets precious resources. It aims to provide energy saving solutions that reward people financially, operationally and environmentally for the sustainable use of resources. It gives you all the choices you need to make full use of energy either in your home or business areas. It reduces energy cost, prevents environment from getting worse, reduces energy usage and carbon emissions.

  • 34 Distinguished Sections Cover Current Hot Topics and Issues in Energy Wise
  • 30+ Exhibitors Showing Innovative Advanced Products and Technology
  • 100+Oral Presentations from Authority, Governmental Decision Makers, Distinguished Scientists, Engineers, Industrial Executives and Investors
  • 200+ Participants from Active Groups and Parties in the Related Field

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