Wellcome to ECT 2009 in Bergen, Norway. At the ECT-Conference, leading experts will give you an up-to-date and knowledge based presentation of major issues and policy solutions. For more information and registration click here.
Wellcome to Uppsala Energy 2009, an open international symposium on energy issues in Uppsala, Sweden. Internationally renowned scientists will review pertinent energy issues in a broad perspective, including both systems aspects and scientific/technical strategies. For more information and registration click here.
Conference on the EU’s Strategic Energy Technology Plan in Stockholm, Sweden. The conference is organized by The Swedish Energy Agency in collaboration with the European Commission. Its primary objective is to discuss how to further and realize the goals in the Strategic Energy Technology-plan. Another essential topic will be the financing of the plan. For more information and registration click here.
The Inno Energy Forum - Turning the SET Plan into Reality
The Inno Energy consortium, consisting of major actors from Industry, Universities and Research Institutes invite to an afternoon session, Oct 22, 14:00-16:00, exploring the potential of an integrated and holistic approach for a sustainable energy Europe. In particular, how the actors of the knowledge triangle, i.e. the business community, the universities and research institutes can join force on an organisational level to boost innovation.
The challenge for Europe to become climate neutral by 2050 is an opportunity for the innovation system of Europe to create new companies and jobs, making Europe the leading actor of sustainable energy products and services. Representatives from ABB, CEA, Intel, TOTAL, Vattenfall, Iberdrola and ESADE reflect on the energy challenge for Europe. For further details and programme, see http://www.innoenergy-forum.net/
French-Swedish scientific workshop on low-carbon energy. During the workshop, possibilities of cooperation to develop low-carbon energy technologies will be investigated. The workshop will focus on four topics : bioenergies, solar energy, smart grids and carbon capture and storage. Read more about this event on the web site of the Scientific Department of the French Embassy.
April 19-23 2010
European Energy Conference (E2C), Barcelona, Spain.
The Conference will cover chemistry, physics and material sciences related to energy technologies. Second call for abstracts now open! (deadline: 15 December 2009). For more information click here.
June 11-16 2010
Global Change Research II: Environmental Crisis, Energy Issues and Global Regulation Policies
In continuity with the 2008 conference “Global Change Research I”, focused on climate modeling and risks/impacts estimation, the second conference of the series will examine the deep interaction between the environmental crisis (climate change, urbanization/land use, exhaustion of resources, degradation of ecosystems) and the energy production and use. For more information click here.