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MCE organiser proposes new heat pump event

ITALY: The huge interest in heat pumps has prompted the organiser of the Mostra Convegno Expocomfort show to launch a new event in 2025.

Heat Pump Technologies will be held at the Allianz MiCo in Milan, from 2-3 April next year. Situated in the city centre, the Allianz MiCo is described as one of largest and most modern conference centres in Europe. 

The organiser, RX Italy, has not revealed the format of the proposed Heat Pump Technologies event but, in addition to 65 fully-equipped meeting rooms, the Allianz MiCo also has 50,000m2 of exhibition space.

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