Ecoenergy, April 14 to 16 – Sao Paulo

Ecoenergy, an international fair on technologies for clean and renewable energy production, will reach its 9th edition in 2020, and will be held on April 14 to 16, at Expo Center Norte, in the city of Sao Paulo. Organized by Cipa Fiera Milano, this fair is a platform for solutions dedicated to the entire solar and wind power production chain, biomass, GTDC and photovoltaic panels, with the purpose of promoting the sustainable energy source sector’s development, including biofuels, geothermal and hydroelectric energy.

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PEEE 2019, December 19 to 21 – London

The International Conference on Power, Energy and Electrical Engineering (PEEE 2019) will be held on December 19 to 21, in London, in the United Kingdom, and aims at presenting the most recent researches and indicators from scientists and researchers about issues related to Power and Energy and Electrical Engineering. Its Organizing Committee comprises professors from the University of Calgary (Canada), Technical University of Denmark, Sapienza University (Italy), Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland), Malaya University (Malaysia), among other institutions.

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28th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition, April 27 to 30 – Marseille

The 28th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition will be held on April 27 to 30, in Marseille, France. The event’s 2020 edition, organized by the European Commission, will address the utilization of biomass for energy production, as well as the conversion of biological raw materials for use in other sectors of the economy, while integrating bioeconomy into its schedule of conferences. This conference will include sessions to discuss the structure, components and role of the emerging bioeconomy in Europe and around the world.

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Sustainability Summit, March 26, 2020 – London

The Sustainability Summit is a meeting organized by British magazine The Economist and will gather in London, in the United Kingdom, industry leaders, policy makers, entrepreneurs and researchers from around the world to discuss what companies, governments and NGOs could do to face the challenge of fighting climate changes and developing solutions to promote more sustainable societies.

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