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August 15, 2012
Santiago, Chile The 60 minute CIREC webinar took place on the 8rd August 2012 and saw leading renewable energy experts discuss current projects, government policy for renewables in Chile.
The 60 minute CIREC webinar took place on the 8rd August 2012 and saw leading renewable energy experts discuss current projects, government policy for renewables in Chile.
The webinar was an information-driven prelude to the 2-day Chilean International Renewable Energy Congress, which will be held in Santiago on the 4-5 September 2012, and featured presentations from the DESERTEC Foundation, RioGrand Solar, Vestas and Andrews Kurth
If you missed the webinar, the full recording is now available to download here: http://www.greenpowerconferences.com/EF/?sSubSystem=Prospectus&sEventCode=WB1208CH&sSessionID=f51567e67b933645d5684f02ddda82af-13984245&sDocument=Webinar
The discussion addressed the conditions that need to be met to create a strong renewables industry within Chile and outlined the current projects and government policy for renewables.
These discussions will continue at the Chilean International Renewable Energy Congress (CIREC) which will bring together leading experts across the Geothermal, Wind and Solar power industries to discuss ways to drive forward the Chilean market.
The Ministry of Energy, Enel Green Power, E.ON and Antofagasta Minerals will be among the expert speakers who will explore the potential of the market and the strategy for encouraging investment into a renewable, sustainable energy sector.
Breaking news: We are also very pleased to announce that Chile's renewable energy centre (CER) will be launching a new funding instrument and the centre's Executive Director, María Paz de la Cruz will make an announcement about this at the event.
For more information please see www.greenpowerconferences.com/CIREC or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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