RETScreen: Multilingual Clean Energy Project Analysis Tools

The RETScreen International Clean Energy Project Analysis Tools are available in both English and French, with many also available in 19 other languages.

In addition to the RETScreen Software that can be used worldwide to evaluate the energy production, life-cycle costs and greenhouse gas emission reductions for various types of technologies, the tools include product, cost and weather databases, a detailed online user manual, a college/university-level training course (e.g. slides, instructor's voice & notes), and over 85 case studies on real projects. All of these tools are available free-of-charge at the RETScreen Website (see links below).


Multilingual Tools Available:

العربية - Arabic :

বাংলা - Bengali:

中文 - Chinese:

Dansk - Danish:

Nederlands - Dutch:

English - English:

Suomi - Finnish:

Français - French:

Deutsch - German:

Ελληνικά - Greek:

हिन्दी - Hindi:

Italiano - Italian:

日本語 - Japanese:

한국어 - Korean:

Polski - Polish:

Português - Portuguese:

Română - Romanian:

Русский - Russian:

Español - Spanish:

Svenska - Swedish:

ఆంగ్లము - Telugu:

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