RENEO 11-15 April 2018

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CONSTRUMA 2017 – Full of Liveliness

Exhibitors and visitors alike were satisfied upon the closure of the 36th Construma on Sunday. The greatest home making and construction industry assortment of exhibitions of the Central Eastern European region attracted even more visitors than last year, with nearly 60 thousand guests attending the exhibition at the Hungexpo Budapest Fair Center. The first construction industry job fair was highly successful, which was Hungexpo's way of reacting to one of the greatest problems of the industry. More: HERE


The only Hungarian trade fair solely devoted to the subject of green energy. Apart from renewable energies, it also provides opportunities for the presentation of building engineering solutions and products. The exhibition will feature an increasing presence of the latest building automation systems to optimize costs. RENEO also provides a platform to present the related fields of urban management and infrastructural development. 

RENEO is organised parallel with determinant building trade and building engineering exhibitions of the Central and East European region (CONSTRUMA, HUNGAROTHERM). It means nearly 60.000 visitors for exhibitors from Hungary and abroad es well, 75% of them professional visitors.

The international trade exhibition includes the topics of renewable energy sources, power generation, - supply, - storage, power plants, energy background industry, building electricity, environmental protection, research and development, services, energy efficient construction methods. RENEO is organized as part of the CONSTRUMA bouquet with the HOMEDesign and CONSTRUMA GARDEN exhibitions.

Click here to see exhibitors of RENEO 2017!


  • renewable and alternative energy
  • heating technology
  • cooling technology
  • Air-handling, Ventilation and Air-conditioning Engineering
  • sanitary technology
  • pumps and water treatment devices
  • Drainage and Sewage Treatment
  • Installation Engineering
  • Measuring, control and process technology for buildings
  • Real estate developers
  • Urban infrastructure – technical, public utility networks