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German energy sector companies on business mission in Thessaloniki, June 24-27

The Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organising a business mission of German companies specializing on renewable energy sources, to be held in Thessaloniki on June 24-27.

The mission will look into energy storage and integration into Greece’s energy grid, includes eight German companies of the sector, and is also supported by Germany’s Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

Greek businesses and agencies are invited to declare their interest in the B2B meetings, which will provide opportunities for both sides to explore potential partnerships.

In addition, the German companies will present their products and services in a workshop on June 25 at the Nikopolis Hotel in Thessaloniki, while Greek and German specialists will present the institutional framework, implementation possibilities and prospects of using relevant technologies in Greece.

Companies or organizations in the energy industry who are interested in these meetings can contact the Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in Thessaloniki at 2310-32733/34 or send an email to ahkthess@ahk.com.gr by June 5. Additional information is available at http://griechenland.ahk.de/gr (Events section).

There is no participation fee for the workshop and B2B meetings.

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