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International Workshop
  • Towards cleaner energy, increased energy efficiency, and more open democratic governance.

  • Together, let us address the problems caused by fossil fuels and the transition to a new, cleaner energy economy.

We invite all professionals and advocates of sustainable energy to participate in an exchange of innovative ideas during this exciting workshop coorganized by the City of Dubrovnik and the UNESCO Venice Office Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe and in partnership with the Croatian Association of Historic Towns, the University of Dubrovnik, Renforus, and the Marco Polo System.

About the Workshop
Participants will take part in an exchange of innovative ideas, leading edge concepts, new technologies, ongoing research and demonstration projects, and policy updates that will shape the future of sustainable energy. The two-day workshop will consist of presentations by international and national experts from across all sectors. This international workshop on Renewable Energy will provide a unique opportunity for collaboration and networking with other professionals in the public, private, and academic sectors with an interest in energy and sustainability. Discover expert resources and develop qualified leads.

Who Should Attend?
Energy managers, researchers, engineers, scientists, architects, conservationists, archaeologists, consultants, developers, policy-makers, elected officials, home and business owners, investors, the general public and students in related disciplines.

Reserve Your Accommodation Today
Do not get left out. Reserve your place at the International Fall Workshop on Sustainable Energy 2013.

Venue: Hotel Importanne Resort 5*, Dubrovnik, Croatia. www.importanneresort.com Contact: jelena@dalmatiaaeterna.hr or GSM: 00.385.91.786.9296.


 
 
 
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