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Wind LATAM

At Wind LATAM, some 40 prominent wind energy experts will provide insights into hot issues that the wind energy industry faces in Brazil and other markets in the region.

Experts Meeting and Workshop on Harmonised Technical Guidelines for PV Systems in the Pacific Islands

The Sustainable Energy Industry Association of the Pacific Islands (SEIAPI), the Itnernational REnewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Pacific Power Association (PPA), will jointly organise an expert meeting and workshop in order to introduce two Technology Guidelines for Solar Photovoltaic Systems in the Pacific region.

Clean Energy Financing Forum for Central America and the Caribbean

CTI PFAN will be holding Clean Energy Financing Forum for Central America & the Caribbean (CEFF-CAC).Selected projects who have received free professional support and assistance on the preparation of bankable business plans and professional investor pitches will present at this specially organised Investor Forum to be held in Honduras in April 2013.

Accessing private capital via CTC&N: ideas & proposals for tech deployment from CTI PFAN and REEEP

This COP18 official side event will explore CTI PFAN’s proposal for institutionalizing private sector finance window for CTC&N, and REEEP’s ideas for supporting small and medium-sized clean energy enterprises. Both concepts help overcome scarce public resources available to finance technology needs of the developing countries.

South African Sustainability Week 2014 - Sustainable Energy Seminar

This June will see the next annual staging of Sustainability Week, a multi sector event that is a highlight on the national green economy calendar, providing key stakeholders with a platform from which to learn and engage with thought leaders and relevant business and government networks. The event consists of no less than eight conferences and seminars and one large exhibition, and takes place at the CSIR International Convention Centre, City of Tshwane from 17th to 19th June 2014.

At Dubai conference, experts see a green economy driven by technology, finance

Dubai is not the unlikeliest of venues for a major international conference on the future of the “green economy”, but it perhaps comes close. Arriving from the air, oil drilling platforms punctuate the darkness of the Persian Gulf like tiny floating candles. The darkness ends at the shores of the United Arab Emirates, where the busiest airport on Earth greets arrivals to one of its most unique metropolises. Dubai is one of the UAE’s two flagship cities, along with the capital, Abu Dhabi, and with over two million inhabitants the country’s largest.

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