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16
May
From
16 May 2012 to 17 May 2012

-------- MENA SOLAR EVOLUTION: SEIZE NEW OPPORTUNITIES & ESTABLISH CRITICAL
FOUNDATIONS TO ACCELERATE THE SUCCESS OF MENASOLAR ------------------

MENASOL 2012 is the premier solar meeting place for the Middle East and North
Africa region. Now in its its 4th edition it provides the ultimate learning &
industry networking experience for the MENA solar industry, year on year.
With over 300 top attendees, this is by far the biggest, best, and most
influential CSP and PV industry event in the region.

Key topics to be discussed at this leading industry event:

At MENASOL 2012, you will get the critical answers to the issues that matter
to you including:

* *Regulatory frameworks revealed:* Get a country by country guide to the
ever changing MENA solar landscape & maximize government support
mechanisms in 2012
* *CSP Technology roadmap:* Trough or tower? Dispatchable power? Cost out
your CSP options & accelerate your projects success
* *PV technology roadmap:* Adaptable thin film, reliable crystalline
silicon, or scalable CPV? Choose the right technology for desert
conditions & variability to get the best ROI
* *Fix your finances:* Get the lowdown on North Africa and the Middle East
funding options & discover the steps you need to take to get the critical
cash
* *Opportunities in unconventional applications:* From oil conversion, ISCC
& desalination to industrial processes & more, get unique case studies on
the emerging market opportunities that will secure MENA SOLAR future
* *MENA Solar – The power trade off:* Get the reality on both the import
of solar know how from Europe & the export of power from MENA to
understand how to meet demands on both sides of the MED

26
Oct
From
26 October 2015 to 27 October 2015
in Nairobi (Kenya)
Organised byDEVCO C6

In the context of the forthcoming COP21 and its follow-up, the European
Commission jointly with SE4All has organised two regional workshops that
will provide technical assistance to cities of Sub-Saharan Africa interested
in designing and implementing policies, actions and investments in the field
of sustainable energy and access.

The second workshop is taking place in Nairobi with representatives
from Southern and Eastern Africa cities and countries, city networks, EU
cities and other relevant actors.

26
Sep
From
26 September 2012 to 28 September 2012

The World Clean Technology Summit will bring together world leaders in
renewable energy, exhibitors, investors, scientists and clean technology
providers from around the world to engage, interact with each other, exchange
business contacts, forge partnerships, and pave a way forward for a
sustainable future. The Following are objectives for the World Clean
Technology Summit: • Create a shared understanding of the role governments,
private sector, Non-Profit, Academic and the media play in promoting clean
technologies to achieve a sustainable future for all; • Provide a platform
for companies, investors, Governments, foundations, Academicians and civil
society organizations to share the efforts they are undertaking to promote
clean technologies and to publicize new commitments to action; • Inspire
new forms of public-private, private-private partnerships, public policy
measures, and associated business and development opportunities to overcome
environment and development challenges at the country and international
levels. Website: www.pilotinternationalconferences.com [1]

[1] http://www.pilotinternationalconferences.com

24
Apr
From
24 April 2017 to 25 April 2017
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byEuropean Union and African Union

19
Oct
From
19 October 2015 to 20 October 2015
in Dakar (Senegal)
Organised byDEVCO C6

In the context of the forthcoming COP21 and its follow-up, the European
Commission jointly with SE4All has organised two regional workshops that
will provide technical assistance to cities of Sub-Saharan Africa interested
in designing and implementing policies, actions and investments in the field
of sustainable energy and access.

The first workshop is taking place in Dakar with representatives from Central
and Western Africa cities and countries, city networks, EU cities and other
relevant actors.

02
Jun
From
2 June 2014 to 3 June 2014
in (Djibouti)
Organised byIGAD and European Commission

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16
May
From
16 May 2016 to 17 May 2016
in (Italy)
Organised byEUEI PDF

The High Level Stakeholder Forum is one of the key strategic dialogue events
organized by the Africa EU Energy Partnership (AEEP). As a multi-stakeholder
platform, the AEEP forum brings together high level policy makers, private
sector, academia, civil society and the public sector for a cross-sectoral
exchange and dialogue.

Increased stakeholder engagement and private sector involvement are
recognized as fundamental for the achievement of the SE4All and SDG targets
for 2030. Coming at a time of increased international attention on energy in
Africa, the objective of the Second Stakeholder Forum is to showcase and
bolster European commitment on energy in Africa by enhancing the engagement
of non-state actors, in particular the private sector, in sustainable energy
sector development.

For more information and the programme, please go to:

http://www.aeep-forum.org/ [1]

[1] http://www.aeep-forum.org/

20
Jun
From20 June 2017
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised bySmart Villages and the European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC)

The Smart Villages Initiative and the European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) invite you to join us for a one-day event focusing on "Smart Rural Development: the SDGs and the New European Consensus on Development." The New European Consensus on Development was proposed in November 20

01
Oct
From
1 October 2013 to 4 October 2013
in (Ethiopia)
Organised byEuropean Commission and Africa Union Commission

Continental Infrastructure Seminar
Addis Ababa, 01 October – 4 October 2013

29
Jun
From
29 June 2010 to 1 July 2010

AEF is the marketplace for business opportunities in the African power
sector. Those African countries that have succeeded in attracting the most
investment are those that make the most use of the Africa Energy Forum to
meet the market.

AEF is held in Europe and provides easy access to the world’s major
investors, financiers, developers, and advisors.

For further information, please, visit the AEF website [1].

[1] http://www.energynet.co.uk/aef/AEF2010/index.html

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