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The annual EVER Salon takes place this year at the Grimaldi Forum from April 11 to 13.
The exhibition will be held under the large glass atrium of the Grimaldi Forum – a first in the history of this event, which has been running since 2006.
Ever 2017 will feature stands devoted to renewable energy and clean mobility, as well as clean vehicles of today and of the future, according to Monaco’s official website, visitmonaco.com.
“Ride & Drive” is a test-driving area in front of the Forum where visitors will be able to take the wheel – for example of the Kia Soul EV, the first all-electric crossover vehicle on the market – or handlebars of the latest products from the transport industry with regard to alternative energy vehicles.
Renowned figures from the world of renewable energy, construction and smart, connected electric vehicles will take part in roundtable discussion, while the scientific conferences will attract researchers, academics and students.
Training in electric mobility and recharging facilities will also be offered, in partnership with BLUE2BGREEN. This is an opportunity to find out about mobility and electricity, with an introduction to electrical standards. It will cover grants/laws, types of outlets, means of recharging and products and solutions from the market. Discussions and case studies with simulation studies on various products and examples of what is available will also be on the programme.
The Fair will also host the 3rd Riviera Electric Challenge.
National Council President Stéphane Valeri has visited the Grimaldi Forum to thank the team behind the screening campaign, while also encouraging more people to take the Covid-19 antibody test.
Prince Albert has been tested at a Covid-19 screening centre in Monaco to raise awareness about the government’s campaign to have as many people of the Principality tested as possible.
Monaco’s primary students made their return to school on Monday, the final group to do so in the government’s three-phase plan to lift the lockdown.
The Principality ordered some 11.5 million masks at the height of the crisis. Now those masks are being safely stored by the government for a rainy day.