Micro perspectives for decentralized energy supply
The Microenergy Systems Research Group (Technical University Berlin) the BMS College of Engineering in Bangalore and the Berkeley Rural Energy Group (UC Berkeley) invite you to the MES 2015 conference, an interdisciplinary and interactive forum for academics and experts to discuss latest research and current trends in the field of decentralized energy supply.
The global energy research community is faced with a multitude of new questions, as the off-grid world undergoes dramatic changes driven by innovation in technology, delivery business models, and financing.
The international scientific conference 'Micro Perspectives for Decentralized Energy Supply' [MES] from April 23-25, 2015 in Bangalore, India will provide an interdisciplinary forum for academics and experts to discuss the latest research and current trends in the field of decentralized energy supply.
After two successful conferences in Berlin and one in Berkeley, the MES Conference Series is moving south to Bangalore, a key hub for educational institutions, companies and organizations in the field of decentralized energy supply. The conference is organized by the Microenergy Systems Research Group at the TU Berlin together with the BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore and the Berkeley Rural Energy Group of the UC Berkeley
Linked to this conference there will be a business plan competition with ADB Energy for All, a minigrid workshop with UNEP and The Energy Resources Institute as well as a Renewable Energy Fair. Professor Daniel Kammen will be a keynote speaker.
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