Renewable Energy World Europe, co-located with POWER-GEN Europe, offers the largest and most comprehensive conference and exhibition for the European electricity and power technology sector. The combination of conferences and exhibitions across the entire spectrum of power generation is unique and is serving the vital move towards integrating the traditional fossil fuel and fast-growing renewable generation sectors.
Attracting over 200 attendees from 34 countries to the Berlin and Bari events, ACI's Carbon Capture & Storage Summit has cemented its place as a leading annual meeting for leading figures from utilities, government, oil and gas companies and technology developers.
The 2012 Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference & Exhibition will be held in Adelaide, South Australia from 13-16 May 2012. The venue will be the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Energy Networks 2012 hosted by the Energy Networks Association will focus on delivering contemporary information required to sharpen your industry knowledge in the ever-changing energy industry landscape.
The 2012 Symposium Program will include presentations on global perspectives including policy, finance and investment, regulatory issues, community engagement and other topics of interest to the low rank coal industry. One program stream will focus on the clean coal technology projects and developments driving a low emissions future for the low rank coal industry.
GLOBE 2012 will be the 12th event in one of the world's largest and longest-running series dedicated to the business of the environment. Every two years, the world gathers in Vancouver for three days of thought-leading sessions presented by world-renowned sustainability experts, for the opportunity to see leading-edge environmental innovations, and to participate in unparalleled global networking opportunities.
Each year, EcoForum brings Australian environment industry practitioners and their clients from across Australia to Sydney to solve environmental problems and act on potential business opportunities and influence policy and regulatory settings. It is a multi-disciplinary event that encourages participation, provides real solutions and business leads and facilitates discussion and knowledge sharing on the management of the environment.
The congress aims to deliberate upon the challenges and opportunities faced by Petroleum, Coal and Power sectors in the wake of volatile energy market and the environmental concerns. The congress shall focus on the entire spectrum of new Green Technologies that can help to ensure clean, reliable and affordable energy supply.
The role of CCS technologies in meeting the challenge of climate change has been gaining increasing support. It is widely recognised that fossil fuels will continue to play a significant role in meeting energy demand globally in the immediate future, and the potential of CCS as a crucial carbon-mitigation technology has been recognised in both EC and UK policy developments.