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Nowadays, it is more important than ever for eco-innovations to reach the market more quickly. Thanks to them, the world is transformed, linked and digitized: buildings function as a living organism – they respond adequately to the needs of their inhabitants and spare the environment. 
As one of the key events in SE Europe, Smart Cities will provide leading companies with a successful app for product launches and opportunities for new collaborations with local distributors and clients.

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Parallel Events: Energy Efficiency and Renewables, Save the Planet (Waste Management & Recycling)
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Interview with Mr. Panayot Daskalov, CEO of Green Embedded Systems Ltd. (exhibitor at Smart Cities). The company will present smart grids and smart meters at the expo.
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Mr. Daskalov, tell us a little bit about your company.
We are 100% Bulgarian company, developing solutions mainly in the area of Smart grids, Smart meters, industrial and home automation. We offer the complete eco-system for implementing those solutions I.e the measurement and communication devices, together with Web-based software for monitoring and visualization.
What will you present at the Smart Cities 2019 expo?
The emphasis will be on our latest development, which is a novelty on the global market. This is a 60A direct energy meter for home use, with built-in Wi-Fi and with the size of a standard fuse. We will present the product together with the mobile and blockchain solutions of the Bulgarian company Quanterall Ltd. Separately, we will show our new models of modular industrial automation concentrators. 
How does the use of smart meters reduce power consumption? Are they accessible to everyone? To begin with, one has to have a clear and accurate idea of how much energy he consumes, expressed in both money and kW. Click here to read the full interview 
Interview with Mrs. Denitza Ilieva, the Executive Director of the Bulgarian Facility Management Association (BGFMA) about the Association mission, activities and about the impact of smart technologies on the facility management business. Read here

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