OPENING TOMORROW: ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN INDUSTRY PROCESSES, FIRST BIENNIAL CONGRESS (BERLIN, GERMANY, 24-25 OCTOBER)

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The 1st Biennial Congress Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes is opening tomorrow Wednesday 24 October in Berlin (Germany). The meeting will address some core themes such as frameworks for a sustainable industry, business challenges, technology and services, implementation and economic of energy recovery and industrial energy efficiency.

Throughout the Energy Efficiency in Industry Processes Congress 2012 attendees could learn, discuss and share experiences and knowledge about topics such as the future of a green, competitive and successful European manufacturing, challenges for energy recovery, steam turbines for waste heat recovery, smart engineering of pump systems in chemical processes, capital market perspectives and optimizing intelligent and sustainable energy, among many others.

The agenda also includes Good Practice (Partnering government, utilities and industry in Australia) and Real Case (Electricity production at fero-alloy producer Finnfjord) discussions.

 

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More Information: EEIP Biennial Congress 2012.

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