2nd Dii Desert Energy Conference, Cairo 2011

Venue: Semiramis InterContinental Hotel

Location: Cairo, Egypt

Event Date/Time: Nov 02, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 03, 2011
Registration Date: Oct 30, 2011
Early Registration Date: Aug 31, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Jul 31, 2011
Paper Submission Date: Sep 30, 2011
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Dii is a unique industry initiative founded in 2009 to pave the way for the implementation of the Desertec Vision. In its second year of activity Dii has achieved a number of milestones on its way to both create an expansive market for sustainable energy and to build partnerships. It is now time for another reflection on regulatory, political, social, environmental and economic challenges facing large-scale production of electricity from sun and wind in the deserts, of course with the intention of reducing costs to a competitive level.

At Dii’s Second Annual Conference in Cairo top speakers will talk about desert power financing, desert energy generation, transmission and sustainable development of desert energy. Among them Prof. Klaus Töpfer, Former UNEP Director, H.E. Dr. Hassan Younes, Minister of Electricity and Energy of Egypt, Egypt’s Prime Minister, Mustapha Bakkoury, Chairman of MASEN (Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy), and many more.

Be part of this conference and gain in-depth knowledge about one of the most forward-looking international initiatives in the renewable energy sector. This will be your opportunity to contribute to building the energy future, receive first-hand information on recent developments in the renewable energy sector and explore future business perspectives while exchanging views with key players from the business, political and scientific community.
Early bird discount: Registrations received before the 31st August 2011 will receive a 10% discount on the regular registration fees. Click here to register.
Participants travelling with Egypt Air will receive a 50% discount on their flight.
For more information please visit www.dii-eumena.com/conference/


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