Here is a selection of later this month. Please email us if you want to publicise your event: email@example.com
May 22-27, 2005
World Renewable Energy Congress
This landmark event brings together top international specialists and researchers, industrialists, manufacturers, financiers, policy makers and government officials. Congress participants will share the latest ideas and innovations, establish valuable contacts and develop new collaborations in renewable energy and the environment.
+44 (0) 1224 330 428 / WREC2005aberdeen@aecc.co.uk
May 22-27, 2005
Renewable Energy In Developing Countries
ITDG-Peru Training Center (CEDECAP) in Cajamarca, Peru
This participatory training will cover the technical and project implementation skills necessary for micro hydro and solar projects in the developing world. Classes will emphasize factors we need to consider to make the installations sustainable over the long term, including the often overlooked but essential community involvement and training issues.
503-284-5774 / firstname.lastname@example.org
May 25-26, 2005
All-Energy 2005 – the fifth in the annual series of exhibitions and conferences devoted to renewable energy – will be held at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre 25 and 26 May 2005. Once again it will feature a free conference and a major exhibition. We look forward to seeing you there!
44 0 20 8241 1912 / email@example.com
May 31 – June 3, 2005
Solar Hot Water
SEI, Carbondale, CO
Workshop participants will learn how to design and install residential sized solar domestic hot water systems. Register and pay in full by May 1, and receive a free copy of the book Solar Hot Water Systems: Lessons Learned, by Tom Lane (a $46 value!)
970-963-8855 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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