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SolarPACES is the foremost symposium for the who's who in concentrating solar power and chemical energy systems. It offers a forum for industry, research, politics and financing stakeholders within the framework of a scientific conference programme with leading world experts. The conference offers in depth:
Insight into new developments in technology, politics, the market and financing presented by top experts in the field;
A scientific conference programme with leading world experts and particular emphasis on recent research results;
A forum for industry, research, politics and financing stakeholders to discuss the future of concentrating solar energy.Conference times: 08:30 – 18:30
The World Seabird Union’s (WSU) mission is to place seabird research, management, and conservation into a worldwide perspective. Our vision is to aid in creating global partnerships that will continue into the future by sharing research, knowledge, and ideas on a global level.
The World Seabird Conference (WSC) brings over 600 scientists, researchers, government officials and students together from over 50 nations to share current research, enhance cross-nation collaborations, develop important legacy initiatives and work towards advancing the WSU’s mission.
The WSC meets every 5 years.
The annual Green Building Convention is leading the sustainability journey in Southern African commercial property through inspiration, thought leadership and action. Industry leaders join the conversation and engage the audience to make a difference to the way we build and do business in the built environment.
This signature event offers real opportunity for the right kind of co-operation and networking between industry professionals from investors, financiers and developers to professional services and product manufacturers. We aim to make a strong impact on the industry; address environmentally sound development; and demonstrate opportunities for sustainable success.
Join us as we INSPIRE BETTER BUILDINGS.Event takes place from 08:30 – 17:30.