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Turkmenistan Hosts European Exhibition on Energy-Saving

An ambitious and multi-faceted  traveling exhibition “Transition to Renewable Energy Sources—Energy of the Future” has just opened at the Technology Center of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan. As reported by “Turkmenistan: Golden Age”, the exhibition, curated by  the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ), presents the various means and  measures developed by European countries to save energy. Divided into five sections, the exhibition provides a hands-on exploration of energy efficiency practices through interactive touch panels and  by immersing themselves in virtual reality, visitors can envisage the world in the future. The exhibition highlights the multilevel aspects, challenges, and potential of the global energy transition from society, politics, economics, and science perspectives, and during its tour, aims to encourage widespread dialogue and an exchange of knowledge and views on decarbonization and global energy transition. Regarding the tour,  project manager Yasmine Deren, stated, “This exhibition started three years ago and has already visited Europe, Asia, the Gulf States and in Central Asia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. We are happy that the exhibition is now being shown in Ashgabat,  Turkmenistan and afterwards, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan." The exhibition will be displayed Monday - Saturday in Ashgabat until 25 June and thereafter, in Turkmenistan's city of Mary.