Georgian scientists claim that the EXPO 2017 in Kazakhstan is an encyclopedia of alternative energy development.
China focuses on developing green energy and reduction of fossil fuels consumption as it can be seen in their expo pavilion.
Japan celebrated its national day at EXPO 2017. The country famous for innovative technologies showcased its culture too.
Thanks to EXPO 2017, people can present their potential in the field of alternative energy as well as can showcase their culture.
Dozens of innovative projects and as a result the leadership in the list of the most visited pavilions at EXPO 2017.
Greece is actively developing wind power. Solar energy is being developed as well.
Specialists of the design bureau of one of the Kyzylorda companies have developed a unique system for automatic control of oil wel
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) invested about 500 million euros in Kazakhstan's green energy sector.
EXPO 2017 is featuring an epic 3D show. It is a breakthrough in the history of symphonic orchestra.
Israeli pavilion visitors enjoyed inspiring jazz variations played by Yogev Shetrit band.
Future technologies are used in the expo town. Nearly 30 megawatt hours of electricity were generated at the EXPO 2017.
Experts will discuss innovative technologies and creation of competitive productы at the international Eurasian Week Forum.
EXPO 2017 is an opportunity to learn about advanced technologies in alternative energy of the participating countries.
Finland has the second-highest share of renewable energy in Europe.
Young visitors can enjoy the rich program which is designed specifically for them.
The U.S. National Day was held at the international exhibition.
Economist Maksat Zholdasov invented a device that transforms energy of the wind and the sun, and decorates the landscape.
Don Quixote, passionate flamenco and an open-air theater: the national day of Spain was opened with a beautiful show at the EXPO t
The annual harvest of rice in the Aral Sea is about 400,000 tons. Approximately 10% of this volume falls to waste.