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Mastering Renewable & Alternative Energy Training Course Video Introduction
Three intensive days on

The trends in global supply & demand; the alternative energies available for power generation; renewable energies for transportation, efficiencies & sustainability

Case studies on Desertec, CDM India, North Sea Wind Farm, Pelamis, biodiesel test farms, V2G
A global perspective

Featuring spotlights on the UK, EU, India, South Africa, Brazil and Bhutan

Renewable & Alternative Energy: In-company training for your business

In-house training can save you money

Your guide to business activities and opportunities within the global renewable energy arena

Renewable & Alternative Energy Course Highlights

Over three highly intensive days, this course:

  • Presents a broad overview of a wide range of energy technologies and issues
  • Integrates technical & commercial considerations for industry not academia
  • Provides global perspectives to renewable and alternative energy opportunities
  • Addresses both power generation and transportation sectors
  • Considers energy efficiency and sustainability
  • Explores alternative futures for primary energy supply without ignoring fossil fuels

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Past attendees on our Renewable & Alternative Energy course

Banca IMI SpA London Branch Banque LBLux S.A. BNDES Chambers Credit Agricole Dexia Crediop E.ON Danmark EGL Enel Trade SpA ENI
European Investment Bank GDF Suez HYPO Investmentbank AG KAEFER Isoliertechnik GmbH & Co KG KBC Bank NV KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH Kuwait Petroleum Corporation Lux Energia Solar Netherlands Competition Authority (NMa) Nordic Investment Bank
Santander UK Serv (Swiss Export Risk Insurance) Single Buoy Moorings INC Statoil ASA Swiss Re Europe S A Talisman Energy

Dates and Venues

14 Sep 2015 - 16 Sep 2015

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Kenilworth

04 Apr 2016 - 06 Apr 2016

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Grafton

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(updated 30 June 2015)