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Second THERMIE exhibition

The European Commission, national governments, private industry and public authorities invest hundreds of million of ECU each year to promote the development of technologies for the use and production of energy. Under the THERMIE programme the Commission has granted over ECU 1...

19 September 1990 - 19 September 1990
Germany

The European Commission, national governments, private industry and public authorities invest hundreds of million of ECU each year to promote the development of technologies for the use and production of energy. Under the THERMIE programme the Commission has granted over ECU 1.7 billion in support of some 3,000 projects to ensure the wider use of new energy technologies.

As part of the programme, DG XVII is organizing a major exhibition of 150 projects which demonstrate new ways of producing and using energy cleanly and efficiently. The second THERMIE exhibition will take place in Berlin on 19-24 September 1994. It will include both Commission-supported projects and projects from national schemes. These will address a variety of topical issues such as reduced air pollution, increased international competitiveness in industry and more efficient transport means. The projects will focus in particular on the following:
- Urban transportation;
- Energy efficiency in energy-consuming industries;
- Efficient control systems in public buildings;
- The production of biomass from domestic and industrial waste;
- Efficient oil and gas production;
- Energy technologies for SMEs;
- Energy technologies for decreasing CO2 emissions;
- The development of regional energy resources.

In addition, the exhibition will inform participants about the range of support programmes in the EU and its Member States in the field of energy technology.
For further information please contact:

Conference secretariat
Organization for the Promotion of Energy Technology - Coordination Support (OPET - CS)
18 Av. R. Vandendriessche
B-1150 Brussels
Tel. +32-2-7715370; Fax +32-2-7715611