Another event falls victim to COVID

By Jack Burke29 January 2021

Event now set for May 2022

The 12th Dessau Gas Engine Conference is being postponed because of COVID-19 concerns.

The event, held every three years in Dessau, Germany, was set for May 2021, will now be held May 5-6 2022.

The 12th Dessau Gas Engine Conference will be postponed until 2022 over COVID-19 concerns.

“We have made a decision that has been very difficult for us,” organizers wrote in a news release. “The ups and downs of the Corona pandemic with its currently incalculable development have left us no choice but to postpone the 12th Dessau Gas Engine Conference by one year.”

“Our concern for the health of all participants, together with the restrictions of the venue in Golfpark Dessau with a limited number of participants, were decisive factors that made us opt for postponement of the conference,” according to the organizers.

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