International Seminars in Solar Photovoltaic and Thermal

International Seminars at the European Centre for Renewable Energy of Centro Studi Galileo in Milan (CEER), held by experts of the most
prestigious British Universities and Institutes.
CEER was recently inaugurated by the United Nations, see video at centrogalileo.net
The International Seminars on Renewable Energy will take place on the 17-18 March 2010 (Solar Photovoltaic) and on the 19-20 March 2010 (Solar Thermal) in Milan Italy.
view www.EUenergycentre.com or the PDF file at www.centrogalileo.net/seminars.pdf
Those seminars provide the answers to the world needs for new technologies in renewable energies. The seminars have been organised following the very high demand for new technologies in renewable energies which have been discussed during the 13th European Conference organised with the United Nations in Milan and also following the conference under the auspices of the Italian government on the Green New Deal which took place in Pune (India).
The seminars are based on the EMTEU Project for technicians working or wanting to work in the fields of Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal. Those specific training seminars are aimed at an International audience, specifically for design engineers, contractors, installers and maintenance personnel; all technicians wanting to start or increase their business in solar.
We would also like to take this opportunity to inform that the European Directive 2009/28/EC, article 14, is covered extensively by the European Project EMTEU - Energy Management Technician in Europe, which we have put together with all European representatives.
This is therefore a unique opportunity to learn from the experience of UK leading experts from Universities and Institutes. As for all courses organised in the past 36 years by Centro Studi Galileo the teachers are world leading experts and renowned consultants Click here to view the major experts of Centro Studi Galileo. You will have the opportunity to learn from worldwide experts at the Renewable Energy Centre headquarters in Milan (Italy) and you will also have the opportunity to meet and share opinions and information with individuals from different working backgrounds and experience in the field. It is a unique experience.
Trainers of the International Seminar at the European Renewable Centre
(view photos and details at www.EUenergycentre.com )
Jyotirmoy Roy, University of Loughborough-Leicester UK, Applied Photovoltaic Research Group at the Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST) and with worldwide practical experience.
Ian Tansley, expert of the Institute of Alternative Technology-Wales, Bright Light Solar-United Kingdom, with a world-renowned experience, working for the United Nations, the World Health Organisation and many other leading organisations.
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International Seminars at the European Centre for Renewable Energy of Centro Studi Galileo in Milan (CEER), held by experts of the most prestigious British Universities and Institutes.
http://www.EUenergycentre.com
CEER was recently inaugurated by the United Nations, see video at http://www.centrogalileo.net
The International Seminars on Renewable Energy will take place on the 17-18 March 2010 (Solar Photovoltaic) and on the 19-20 March 2010 (Solar Thermal) in Milan Italy.
view http://www.EUenergycentre.com or the PDF file at http://www.centrogalileo.net/seminars.pdf
Those seminars provide the answers to the world needs for new technologies in renewable energies. The seminars have been organised following the very high demand for new technologies in renewable energies which have been discussed during the 13th European Conference organised with the United Nations in Milan and also following the conference under the auspices of the Italian government on the Green New Deal which took place in Pune (India).
The seminars are based on the EMTEU Project for technicians working or wanting to work in the fields of Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal. Those specific training seminars are aimed at an International audience, specifically for design engineers, contractors, installers and maintenance personnel; all technicians wanting to start or increase their business in solar.
We would also like to take this opportunity to inform that the European Directive 2009/28/EC, article 14, is covered extensively by the European Project EMTEU - Energy Management Technician in Europe, which we have put together with all European representatives.
This is therefore a unique opportunity to learn from the experience of UK leading experts from Universities and Institutes. As for all courses organised in the past 36 years by Centro Studi Galileo the teachers are world leading experts and renowned consultants Click here to view the major experts of Centro Studi Galileo. You will have the opportunity to learn from worldwide experts at the Renewable Energy Centre headquarters in Milan (Italy) and you will also have the opportunity to meet and share opinions and information with individuals from different working backgrounds and experience in the field. It is a unique experience.
Trainers of the International Seminar at the European Renewable Centre
(view photos and details at http://www.EUenergycentre.com )
Jyotirmoy Roy, University of Loughborough-Leicester UK, Applied Photovoltaic Research Group at the Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST) and with worldwide practical experience.
Ian Tansley, expert of the Institute of Alternative Technology-Wales, Bright Light Solar-United Kingdom, with a world-renowned experience, working for the United Nations, the World Health Organisation and many other leading organisations.
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