The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention (ICEPP 2016) will be held in Kyoto (Japan) from next 25 December to 27 December.
The conference’s programme will address a wide range of topics including air pollution and treatment, desalination, water pollution and treatments, biofuels, the impact of industrialization on the environment, renewable and non-renewable energies, soil pollution, ground water issues, greenhouse effects, global warming and climate change, among others.
The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention is sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society.
The World Hydrogen Energy Conference, WHEC 2016, an essential meeting for hydrogen and fuel cells experts, is going to take place in Zaragoza (Spain) from 13 to 16 June next organized by the Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2).
The conference is structured around a programme of plenary sessions, oral presentations and poster presentations which will deal with the following topics: hydrogen production (fossil fuels, solar, bio hydrogen and electrolysis, among others sources); storage; fuel cells and hydrogen systems modelling; pipelines, hydrogen, Infrastructure, distribution and filling stations; fuel cells component; hydrogen economy, commercialization, codes and standards and transportation and aerospace applications, among many others.
WHEC 2016 also includes a Trade Fair which will provide manufacturers and researchers with the opportunity to showcase their latest developments, products and services .
The eighth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses will be held in Hanoi (Vietnam) on 21 and 22 April next.
The meeting focuses on encouraging discussions about climate change related issues, causes and impacts, and features a number of conferences which will address a wide range of topics such as Low Carbon, Resilient, and Sustainable Development for Enhancing Climate Change Response in Vulnerable Country, Human Impacts and Impacts on Humans, Coral Relocation as a Possible Mitigation Tool to Accelerate Coral Recovery from Bleaching, Climate Change Governance, Community Responses to Climate Change, Coastal Issues and Impacts Policies and Political Responses and Communicating and Managing Risk, among others.
There will be different session types suitable for all participants, from Plenary Sessions, Colloquium and Garden Conversations to Themed Paper Presentations, Workshops and Poster Sessions, among others.
Hannover Messe 2016, the largest European exhibition in the field of hydrogen, fuel cells and battery will be held in Hannover (Germany) from 25 April to 29 April next.
More than 150 exhibitors from over 25 countries will participate in the event which includes the following topics: Hydrogen generation, hydrogen storage and transport, fuel cell systems and applications, components and supplying technology, fuel cell and battery testing and stationary batteries.
There will also be a technical and a public forum which will focus on issues such as fuel cell technology and products for medium and heavy duty vehicles, operation experience and reliability, the developments of hydrogen and fuel cells in the US and in Germany, fuel cell buses as a solution to meet zero emission regulations for transit agencies, towards the establishment of cost efficient water electrolyzers, building up a hydrogen infrastructure and hydrogen and fuel cells activities in the USA and in Europe among many others.
Ever 2016 is the international conference on ecological vehicles and renewable energies which will take place in Monaco from next 6 April until 8 April. The conference’s sessions will address a wide range of topics such as ecological power supplies, ecological propulsion systems, efficient energy management in buildings, wind and solar energy systems, emergent renewable and smart grids, environment impacts and marketing and economical impacts, among others.
Attendees to the Ever’16 conference will have the opportunity to participate in a forum whose goal is to improve research and development within these two main industry sectors: renewable energy sources and ecological vehicles.
There will also be an exhibition running alongside the conference’s sessions featuring clean vehicles and renewable energy developments.