28 February 2007,Wels (Austria)
Conference: World Sustainable Energy Days 2007
The World Sustainable Energy Days, the largest annual conference in this field in Europe, offer a unique combination of events on sustainable energy production and use, covering energy efficiency and renewable energy sources for buildings, industry and transport. Four conferences - which present the latest technology trends, outstanding examples and European strategies - and the "Energiesparmesse", an important energy exhibition, offer ideal opportunities to establish new partnerships. The conference makes an important contribution to awareness rising for green energy and energy efficiency. Since 15 years, experts and decision makers from all over the world flock to Upper Austria to attend the events - in 2006, the conference attracted more than 930 participants from 56 countries. The World Sustainable Energy Days 2007 offer a unique combination of events: “European Pellets Conference: 28 February 2007”; “European Energy Efficiency Conference: 1 March 2007”; “Conference "Energy Future 2030": 2 March 2007”; “Seminar "Rural Development & Sustainable Energy", 1 March 2007”; “Technical site visits: 27 February 2007”; “Energiesparmesse: 1 - 4 March 2007”; “Poster Presentation: 28 February - 2 March 2007” Infos Contact: Frank Ey Attache Phone: +32-2-230-6254 Email: email@example.comSee the event program
European grants related to this event:
Grants for energy cooperation between the European Union and Latin America
European label to help European consumers and producers to integrate greener, more environmentally friendly products
The Intelligent Energy - Europe II (IEE II) aims to contribute to providing a secure energy supply for Europe, with sustainable and competitive prices.
Week for energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions
Grants for research projects that focus on the development of cost-effective technologies for a more sustainable energy economy for Europe
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