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Green Energy conference at GU

Gauhati University in association with the University of South Africa (UNISA) and Synergy for Energy Challenges and Opportunities for North East (Secone) is organizing an international conference on Green Energy and Smart Materials through Science, Technology, and Management on January 21-23. The summit will bring together the Industry, the Financiers, the Policy-makers, the Scientists, the Decision-makers, the Buyers and Sellers in a bid to develop and drive new initiatives, provide insights, showcase sustainable product development and green business opportunities, and facilitate interaction between entities from all over the world and India, in order to elicit practical applications that are most relevant for India and any developing society for that matter at this juncture.

The event will highlght on:

Green Power: featuring solar thermal, solar photovoltaics, wind, thermal energy, hydro, renewable heating, and clean coal among others

Green IT: featuring enterprise hardware and software technology vendors, data center vendors, semiconductor companies, virtualisation, consolidation, and storage vendors, green IT compliance vendors and consultants, equipment take back and disposal programs

Green Buildings: featuring integrated green communities, water and waste treatment, sustainable construction transport, energy-efficient insulation, rain water harvesting, fluid-applied membrane systems (for rooftop restoration), eco paints, materials recycling, energy audits and surveys, sound protection panels, low voltage electric radiant floors, open and closed loop geothermal heating/cooling systems, green illumination, smart buildings and controls among others

Green Fuels & Transport: featuring alternative fuels, biodiesel, ethanol, hybrids, green batteries, flex fuel vehicles and conversions, synfuels, solar assisted fuel synthesis, lightweight materials, mass transit among others.

For details, please contact: Kumaresh Sarmah, Phone: +91-9854660418/9435109486; e-mail: geasm14@gmail.com.

 

 

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