Clean Energy Technologies Workshop 2012 ((CETW 2012))
|Event Date/Time: Oct 29, 2012||End Date/Time: Oct 31, 2012|
Clean Energy Technologies Workshop (CETW) is a workshop organized by TLR Consulting Services based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with the global vision of increasing the knowledge of alternative energy technologies (Biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, geothermal, wave energy, hydropower etc) and stimulating rapid development of these technologies to address the challenges of energy security, sustainability and environmental pollution.
Bio-ethanol and Bio-diesel Energy (Fuel) Technologies
Conventional energy technologies (fossil fuels â€“ coal, crude oil, oil sands, oil shale and natural gas; and nuclear power);
Ethanol and biodiesel manufacturing;
Bio-ethanol and bio-diesel for power generation;
Materials for making Ethanol and Bio-diesel:
Wastes to fuel: Obtaining bio-ethanol and bio-diesel from wastes:-Agricultural wastes, municipal solid wastes, waste vegetable oil (WVO), animal remains, rotten fruits
Energy crops for bio-ethanol and bio-diesel - sugarcane, sugar beets, cereal crops (corn, millet, wheat etc), cassava, switchgrass, miscanthus; hybrid willows, hybrid poplar, jatropha, soybean, palm tree fruits, wood or woody materials etc.;
Wood and Algae
Catalysts and Enzymes - Best friends in bio-ethanol and bio-diesel production;
Establishing small scale and large scale bio-ethanol and bio-diesel manufacturing plants â€“ Materials, Costs, and Expertise;
Development of small scale and large scale power generating plants based on ethanol and biodiesel â€“ Materials, Cost and Expertise requirements; and
Implementing Bio-ethanol and bio-diesel in developing countries.
Additional workshop topics and materials that may be touched on, time permitting, are brief introductions to solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy and other alternative energy solutions for power / electricity generation.
Who should attend?
Individuals or groups working with government, government agencies/parastatals and private companies/ institutions;
Bankers and financial institutions financing projects including Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) renewable energy projects, Joint Implementation and Emission Trading / Cap & Trade;
Employers and employees of Oil and Gas/Energy Companies;
Academics, researchers & students working on energy sources (renewable/non-renewable; &
All other individuals or groups connected with or interested in energy, sustainable development, environmental conservation, Climate Change / global warming mitigation, Carbon offsetting etc;
More details on: http://www.tlrconsulting.com/cetw2012/