Absolicon provide heating in Swedish pavilion during World Expo 2020 in Dubai
Absolicon has been selected as a show case of innovative Swedish sustainability technology and will participate in the Swedish delegation at the World Expo in Dubai. Absolicon will demonstrate its solution by providing water and air heating to the Swedish pavilion ‘The Forest’ throughout the exhibition period.
During Dubai Expo 2020, Absolicon will provide the Swedish pavilion with its full heating needs. By integrating two storage tanks, solar heating will be used also during the hours the sun is down.
World Expo 2020
The World Expo is one of the oldest and largest international events on the planet, taking place every five years and lasting six months. It’s a festival for everyone, where everyone can experience, explore, innovate and have fun by sharing ideas and working together.
Expo 2020 Dubai will be the first ever World Expo in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region. The meme for Expo 2020 is Connecting Minds, Creating the Future and will showcase the best examples of collaboration, innovation and collaboration from around the world.
The building area of the Swedish pavilion, called ‘The Forest’, is 2370 square meters. With the goal to promote the image of Sweden abroad, trade and investment, Swedish participation will invite the public, business visitors and government initiatives to create a sustainable future. Visitors can stroll through its path, flanked by wooden trunks, and learn how Sweden is building smart cities, developing the next generation of travel, innovating life sciences and developing a bio-circular economy.
Innovations launched at World Expos include: telephone (Philadelphia, 1876), the Eiffel Tower (Paris, 1889), the Ferris Wheel (Chicago, 1893), the X-ray Machine (Buffalo, 1901), the commercial television broadcast (New York, 1939), the IMAX (Osaka, 1970), touch screens (Knoxville, 1982) and the humanoid robot (Nagoya, 2005).
Expo 2020 is postponed due to the covid-19 pandemic and will be held October 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022