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The first of a series of Global Round Tables organised by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the European Energy Centre (EEC) will take place at the Scottish Government in Leith next Monday (11 March.)
At these events, the UN will gather industry leaders in renewable energy and finance, in order to create green energy projects which will benefit developing countries.
The Round Tables comprise five such events in financial centres around Europe, at locations including the London Guildhall, the United Nations offices in Paris and Frankfurt, and the University of Milan, between 11 and 26 March.
The EEC has a history of working closely with Edinburgh-based organisations including Heriot-Watt University and Edinburgh Napier University.
The Principal of the EEC, Paolo Buoni, said:
"We have been promoting best practice in renewable energy for nearly 40 years through education, training and major conferences for personnel working in the renewable energy field, and this Round Table gives the opportunity to create green energy projects in countries that need them. We are excited and honoured to host this event at the Scottish Government, and we hope to create innovative new projects to provide clean power to developing countries.
"After 10 years of partnership with UNEP, the European Energy Centre is delighted to be able to give Scottish experts this opportunity to use their skills to benefit developing countries.
"Several European Governments and the European Commission have shown strong interest and support to the European Energy Centre's activities in education and training for renewable energy; in this respect we are proud that this event has attracted experts in the field and world-class organisations."
The Round Tables also serve as an introduction to the 15th European Conference organised by UNEP, CSG and EEC, taking place at Politecnico of Milan in June 2013.
CLICK HERE for more information on the Round Tables around Europe in March.
CLICK HERE for more information on the 15th European Conference.
To meet the growing demand for trained personnel in renewable energy, the European Energy Centre is launching a series of training courses at Coventry University.
The courses, which are open to the general public, have been selected from our most popular training events held at Edinburgh Napier University and other leading European universities.
The first 3 courses at Coventry University are:
· Wind Power - 21st May ’11
· Renewable Energy management and Finance - 8th and 9th July ‘11
· Photovoltaic - 15th and 16th July ’11
Coventry University is ideally located for people travelling from London and the Midlands.
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Edinburgh-based, European Energy Centre (EEC) has launched a 2-day training course for professionals and individuals who want to understand the cost saving opportunities and environmental benefits of switching to electric vehicles.
With soaring fuel prices and increasing pressure to reduce emissions from transport, electric vehicles seem like an attractive offer. Yet for many people, making the change from combustion engine-powered vehicles to electric-powered transport can still seem like a leap of faith.
Following 36 years expertise in training in renewable energy technologies, the EEC - which is most known for its green conferences in partnership with the United Nations and the universities of Edinburgh Napier and Heriot Watt - has launched this course to help promote the adoption of sustainable technologies.