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Zaira Girbau Garcia posted Information 21 June 2010
Local press sources report that the World Bank has awarded a loan of $220 million to the Egyptian grid operator for the construction of infrastructures for the evacuation of wind power in the region of Gebel el-Zeit, where the central government plans to install 2,500 MW i
viaexpo posted Information 17 January 2011

Green Energy and Waste Management Sectors in SE Europe enjoy a great interest!

17 January 2011

viaexpo posted Information 25 July 2011

Held annually since 2004 in the city of Sofia in Bulgaria, the SE European EE & RES Congress and Exhibition is the premier event in the Region, providing a unique opportunit

viaexpo posted Information 16 May 2012

Despite the difficulties in these sectors, the organizer reported 20% growth in the number of exhibitors. 'Impressive was the share of the foreign companies - over 60% of the participants.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 18 April 2011

According to Solar Millennium, the optimisation of CSP plants goes hand-in-hand with the progression of the industry: “CSP is the only commercially available renewable energy which contributes to security of supply and grid stability.

Arnaud de Vanssay posted Information 19 April 2012

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Bea Gonzalez posted Information 16 March 2011

In the report, for each Thermal Energy Storage (TES) integer hour value, an optimal configuration was found regressively.  As the model parameters were adjusted until the hours of storage reached a minimal LCOE cost.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 7 March 2011

1. What is a TMY?
A Typical Meteorological Year (TMY) is a data set giving values in high time resolution. It shall well represent the characteristic meteorological conditions of average years at a site.

viaexpo posted Information 15 December 2010
European Federation of Waste Management & Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council support South-East Europe Development
Capacity4dev Team posted Information 9 May 2012

More than 2 million people's lives could be saved every year by improving global access to safe fuels used for cooking.

 

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