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InGEC & EmHyTeC 2016 – few days to go

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From 2016-05-10 to 2016-05-12, Tunisia
Organized in collaboration with the third edition of EmHyTec - Euro-Mediterranean Hydrogen Technologies Conference - InGEC is an excellent opportunity for researchers and entrepreneurs to exchange ideas and experiences.

You are invited to discover the conference topics and to further enrich InGEC with your work and expertise in RES Technologies visit: http://www.etrera.eu/emhytec2016/.
InGEC & EmHyTeC 2016 – few days to go
The ETRERA_2020 Consortium is pleased to present the International Green Energy Conference InGEC & EmHyTec 2016 - Jointly for Research, Innovation and Policy for Clean and sustainable Energy in the Euro Mediterranean Region (InGEC & EmHyTec 2016 ). Organized in collaboration with the third edition of EmHyTec - Euro-Mediterranean Hydrogen Technologies Conference - InGEC is an important opportunity to debate the current status on wind, solar and bio energy, smart grids and energy storage, energy policies and socio-economic aspects of RES power and on hydrogen production and storage, fuel cell and hydrogen technologies, systems, policy and cross-cutting issues.

We invite you to discover all the topics in order to contribute with your knowledge and experience in Green Technologies to InGEC & EmHyTec 2016 . You can expect a challenging and vibrant discussion from a programme based on strategic topics dealing with renewables, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, the best national and international speakers, as well plenty of opportunities for networking.

InGEC & EmHyTec 2016 will be held in Tunis Chartage on May 9-12, 2016. Chartage is one of the municipalities forming Tunis city, the capital of Tunisia. Tunis is an important commercial and cultural centre of North Africa. With its bustling medina and even busier harbour, Tunis is a city with a vibrant heart. It’s the combination of Arabic, African and European traditions that make the Tunisia capital an invigorating visit. The particular nature, food and arts are further attractions of this pleasant city.

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