Events

Biofuel Industry Converges in Rotterdam, Holland

March 8, 2012

Between March 13-15, representatives of the biofuel industry will be meeting in Rotterdam to discuss the latest developments in this industry. World Biofuels Market 2012 is organized by Green Power Conferences, which organizes conferences and events focusing on the renewable energy, climate change and sustainability sectors. Amongst confirmed speakers are BBC presenter’s Jeremy Paxman, Solazyme’s […]

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COP16: Conference Ends To Mixed Reaction

December 13, 2010

It did not attract as much media attention as COP15 in Copenhagen did in 2009. Despite that, or perhaps because of that, COP16 folded on a slightly more positive note than the disappointing edition of the previous year. But the agreement reached may have saved the UN process, Greenpeace said, but not the climate. In […]

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Wind Energy Conference in Atlantic City

October 1, 2010

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), in collaboration with the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA), will host the first-ever North American Offshore Wind Conference & Exhibition. The event will take place in Atlantic City between October 5 and 7. Related Posts:Wind Power Company Applies For Massive Offshore Farm on East Coast

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Follow us in Brazil!

July 19, 2010

Follow our blogger/editor, Antonio, on a six-day trip to Brazil for a firsthand look at the world´s greatest biodiversity, found in the Amazon rainforest, and to become familiar with local policies to reach national targets on deforestation and climate change. Follow him at http://vimeo.com/energyrefuge and also on EnergyRefuge’s Twitter. Join him as he provides you […]

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Energy-saving refrigerators against global warming

December 16, 2009

Energy-efficient refrigerators can save more energy than all the wind, solar thermal and solar photovoltaics in the United States can produce. Thus spoke Steven Chu, the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) Secretary during his Copenhagen presentation on Monday. Chu used the event to announce Climate REDI (Renewables and Efficiency Employment Initiative), a $350 million international […]

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