RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN SOUTH AMERICA: BRAZIL

Wind Energy conferences and trade fairs

 

"Brazil Wind Farm"
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As we posted last week, Brazil Wind Energy Conference is taking place form 2 April to 3 April in the city of Sao Paulo. For two days investors are learning and discussing about the most innovative technologies and projects concerning the development of the wind energy sector in Brazil.

The challenge facing Brazil to reach its goal of become a wind powerhouse is the core theme of this conference. Policymakers, bankers, investors, equipment manufacturers and other wind energy industry professionals are having the opportunity of networking and gain acquaintance with many valuable issues regarding the wind energy field.

 

Brazil WindPower 2012 conference & Exhibitions

Due to the growing importance of Brazil as one of the leading countries in the South America region within the renewable sector, Brazil WindPower 2012 is another event that is worth taking into account for the next months.

Brazil WindPower 2012, running from 29 August until 31 August in Rio de Janeiro, celebrates its third edition with a set of conferences, meetings, exhibitions and workshops aimed to highlight the brilliant position of Brazil as leader in wind power generation.

ABEEólica, Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Grupo CanalEnergia organize this conference and trade fair, one of the biggest renewable events taking place in South America during this year.

 

Rocio Troncoso

 

More Information: Brazil Wind Energy Conference, Brazil Windpower 2012.

Related Posts: Renewables in South America, Marine Offshore Wind Energy, Ecogrid EU, Wind Lens. 

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