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Green Building Will be A Highlight of CHTF 2013

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- China Hi-Tech Fair 2013 (CHTF 2013) is soon to open between 16 and 21 of November in Shenzhen. This year, the fair will add a new exhibition area - "Green Buildings" - to demonstrate technologies for conservation of energy, land, water and materials, as well as environmental protection in building construction.

Adopted the concept of "Whole Life Cycle of Green Buildings", the Exhibition of Green Buildings has attracted a number of leading green building companies in China, including Shenzhen Institute of Building Research, Jun Yi An Lian, Green Light Nano Materials, Bao De Sheng Bio Wood, M-Match, Kressdorf, Dehou, and Green Boat, to show their innovative technologies and products covering the complete industrial chain of energy conservation in green buildings.

It is worthy to note that the Exhibition of Green Building initially brings integrated demonstration to the CHTF via the show of "Green Home", where innovative products and research technologies in the green building sector are integrated to reveal achievements and trends of green buildings. Concepts concerning green buildings (conservation of energy, water, land, and materials, as well as environmental protection) will be introduced. Apart from appreciating the achievements, visitors will be offered with hands-on experiences at the exhibition.

In addition to the Exhibition of Green Buildings, CHTF 2013 will treat industrial participants with a pageant through a number of large forums, such as Summit of New Energy and Energy Saving and Summit of Distributed Smart Grid.

Pre-registration for Free Admission:

Admission to CHTF2013 is free and open to all trade professionals in the hi-tech industry. Visit the website (, you can get more information about CHTF 2013.


About CHTF:

Approved by the State Council of People's Republic of China in 1999, China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) opens in Shenzhen between November 16 and 21 every year. It is co-hosted by China's Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, Ministry o f Agriculture, State Intellectual Property Office, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, and the Shenzhen Government. Now, it is the largest and most influential Chinese technical exhibition, the CHTF is renowned as the"No.1 Technology Show in China".

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