In its continued fight against climate change, The Renewable Energy Centre announced today its support for The World Energy Summit 2008, an exhibition aimed at showcasing the latest innovations in technology, opportunities in the industry, as well as new ideas from leading companies and experts.
On January 21st 2008, the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) will be launched at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre, and The Renewable Energy Centre is pleased to announce their partnership with the first exhibition of this kind worldwide.
The Renewable Energy Centre website is a leading source of information and reference for the industry. Designed for businesses, individuals and organisations researching sustainable and renewable technologies, the website pulls together a wealth of resources into one central location. By partnering with the Summit, The Renewable Energy Centre emphasises its commitment to future energy and aims to raise awareness of the key issues relating to climate change.
The World Energy Summit 2008 will provide an international forum where new and traditional energies meet and will cover all of the major issues surrounding climate change, including carbon management, waste for energy, biofuels, transport, green buildings and sustainable architecture.
The Summit will feature one hundred and fifty of the world's leading specialists in future energy alongside a fourteen thousand square metre exhibition, showcasing the present and future state of alternative technologies. This is a perfect opportunity for identifying investment opportunities and securing project funds and entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and experts in all disciplines of renewable energies will benefit greatly from attending and networking at the World Future Energy Summit.
Richard Simmons, Founder of The Renewable Energy Centre stated "We are delighted to support the WFES to help meet the mutual goal of raising awareness about renewable and sustainable technologies. We felt it was important to promote the Summit as it will give visitors the rare opportunity to speak with the people and companies behind the new products and ideas aimed at saving our planet. By raising awareness of the Summit we hope to help to drive the future of this industry forward."
The Renewable Energy Centre is the first online UK directory of its kind to announce support for The World Future Energy Summit, running from Monday January 21st until Wednesday 23rd. Fiv0065` thousand visitors from across the globe are expected to visit the exhibition and more than a thousand delegates are expected to attend the conference.
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