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Over 40 exhibitors from Germany,UK,Austria,USA and India are showcasing products and services in the areas of biomass,cables and accessories,coating systems,pipes and fittings,information systems...

Written by Express News Service | Pune |
March 5, 2009 12:52:29 am

Over 40 exhibitors from Germany,UK,Austria,USA and India are showcasing products and services in the areas of biomass,cables and accessories,coating systems,pipes and fittings,information systems,lubricants,natural day lighting,performance tools,renewable energy solutions,solar energy,water heaters,and wind power solutions at the country’s first ever total renewable energy industries show Renewtech India 2009 (renewtechindia.com ) which is being organised from 3-5 March 2009 at Auto Cluster Exhibition Centre,Pune.

This international event is being organised by MCO Winmark India Private Ltd (an Indo-German Joint Venture). An official delegation from EnergieAgentur from the federal German State of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW),covering the whole energy portfolio of NRW,UK Trade & Investment Promotion Delegation and ministry of Environment and Solar Energy Sector,Nigeria are also attending the three day event. A concurrent conference with the theme “Cutting Edge Technologies for Developing Renewable Energy in India” is being held at the same venue.

This Conference will focus on Electricity through Renewables,Alternative Fuels,and Energy Efficiency.

Over 50 Speakers from Germany,Canada,USA,UK and nodal agencies like IREDA,BEE, MNRE,MEDA,PFC,InWEA,Planning Commission,IIT,BVP,MERC and leading Indian companies will talk about Biofuel,Biogas,Biomass Power & Cogeneration ,Captive Energy in industry,Decentralized/Rural Energy,Energy efficient/Green buildings,Financing (including carbon funds).

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