NABC is participating to the 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environment "CIEE", 8-9 June 2015 at Sheraton Hotel- Club des Pins, Algiers.
In the coming decades, the energy sector will face a set of increasingly complex and strongly interlinked economic, geopolitical, technological and environmental challenges. World energy consumption is expected to increase by 41% between 2014 and 2035, mostly driven by emerging countries with China and India in the lead, while fossil fuels still largely dominant. 95% of growth in energy demand, worldwide, comes from emerging economies.
In this perspective, Symbiose- Communication- Environment is organizing from 8 to 9 June 2015, the 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environment. This Conference – Exhibition will bring together more than 500 participants and 30 exhibitors.
Within this framework, NABC organizes a Trade Mission with Dutch companies and stakeholders. The objective is to promote the Dutch Business and present the Dutch Expertise in the Energy and Environment sector.
The Trade Mission is to participate to the Conference and to organize a Dutch Workshop about the renewable energy and waste management Dutch expertise, presented by Dutch experts.
For more information please get in touch with our local representative in Algeria Taghzout Ghezali via: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: +213 21 891508
From: 8 to 9 June 2015
City: Algiers, Club des Pins
Standard participation fees to the Dutch stand: € 250 exc. VAT
Trade Mission fees: € 750- exc. VAT for NABC members - € 950- exc.VAT for non NABC members
* Please note that the trade mission fees include: registration fees to the conference and participation to the Dutch workshop)
In order to use the enormous source of renewable energies, Algeria has created a green momentum by launching an ambitious program to develop renewable energies (RES) and promote energy efficiency. This program leans on a strategy focused on developing and expanding the use of inexhaustible resources, such as solar, biomass, geothermal, wind, and hydropower, energies in order to diversify energy sources and prepares Algeria for tomorrow.
The program consists of installing up to 22,000 MW of power-generating capacity from renewable sources between 2011 and 2030, of which 12,000 MW will be intended to meet the domestic electricity demand and 10,000 MW destined for export. This last option depends on the availability of a demand that is ensured on the long term by reliable partners as well as on attractive external funding. In this program, it is expected that about 40% of electricity produced for domestic consumption will be from renewable energy sources by 2030.
Solid waste is one of most important sources of biomass potential in Algeria, which is a by-product from human activities, and is characterized by the negative impacts that may affect man and the environment when disposed in an inappropriate way without treatment. Due to the continuously increasing amount of solid waste generated, particularly in capitals and major urban centers, the challenge for the governments is to reduce the waste’s harmful impacts to both health and the environment. This paper is an investigation on the possibility to use solid waste as a source of bioenergy in Algeria.
|From||June 08, 2015|
|Till||June 09, 2015|
|Renewable Energy & Waste Management|
|Algiers, Sheraton Hotel, Club Des Pins, Algeria|