International Green Energy Conference

 

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Important Dates & Conference Fees

 

Conference Format

 

Conference Committees

 

Call for Papers

 

Accommodations and Directions

 

 

 

Conference Program

 

Direction to the University of Waterloo

 

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Conference Programs

Invited Keynote Speakers

Specialized Sessions

Expert Panel Session on Bio-energy

Expert Panel Session on Wind Markets & Supply and Value Chain

Expert Panel Session on Green Energy Act (Feed-in Tariffs)

Speaker at Banquet

Speakers at the Opening Session

Innovation Insights Workshop

Accommodations and Directions

Note to Speakers

 

 

Conference Objectives

The International Green Energy Conference (IGEC) is a multi–disciplinary international conference on the use of energy with no or reduced environmental impact and will provide a forum for the exchange of latest technical information, for the dissemination of the high-quality research results, for the presentation of the new developments in the area of energy and environment and for the debate and shaping of future directions and priorities in sustainable development and energy security.

Conference Theme

The theme of the conference is energy diversity, energy localization, energy security and sustainable development.

Who Should Attend the Conference

The conference will be of particular value and interest to researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners who are working in the relevant field of energy and environment, from policy making, technical development to management and marketing.

Venue

The conference will be held at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Established in 1957, the University is one of the leading postsecondary institutions in Canada, known for its undergraduate co-op program, the largest of its kind in the world, and for the innovation of its faculty and students. Located in the Southwestern Ontario, approximately an hour drive away from Toronto and three hours drive away from Detroit, Waterloo is situated in the heart of Canada’s Technology Triangle area, known for its high-tech industry.

For information on IGEC-1 held in 2005: please click here.

For conference paper format: please click here.

 

Organized by:

 

The International Association for Green Energy (IAGE)

 

In Cooperation With

 

The Advanced Energy Systems Division of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 1-3, 2010

 

Waterloo, Ontario
Canada