Novell Concept for New Industry –
“INTERCARBON® 2005”: A Renewable Energy Approach to Emissions Trading
With the Kyoto-protocol and adoption of the European emission trading guidelines having taken effect at the beginning of 2005, operators of large power stations and industrial sites are now obligated to participate in a worldwide emissions trading system. As a result, numerous new business possibilities arise for the renewable energy, energy efficiency and conventional energy industries.
22nd-25th, in Augsburg (near Munich), Germany,
for the first time is “INTERCARBON® 2005“,
The renewable energy industry combined with actors from the climate protection project and emissions trading sector can inform themselves during “INTERCARBON® 2005” about new market potentials as well as climate protection projects modeled after the Joint Implementation (JI) and Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM). The fair is especially appealing for sectors that are active in the export of renewable technologies, e.g. biogas, wind power, and solar power, which can now profit from the new financing mechanisms.
Experts from industry, politics, trade, certification and financing will be present and guarantee a rich exchange of information and discussion during the “INTERCARBON® 2005 Congress”. Themes about market development, project development, registration, purchasing and trade are all discussed during the event. Click here to view the congress programme (pdf).
The “INTERCARBON® 2005” trade fair brochure is available for download here (pdf).
To receive an exploratory offer for an exhibition booth, please click here.
“INTERCARBON® 2005” is part of the trio of trade fairs RENEXPO®/IHE® WoodEnergy/reCONSTRUCT which will welcome over 10,700 visitors and 250 Exhibitors from 70 countries. Over 100 delegates are expected at the “INTERCARBON® 2005” Congress.
Further information is available at http://www.intercarbon.info/
Contact and Information:
erneuerbare energien Kommunikations- und Informationsservice GmbH
Unter den Linden 15,
D-72762 Reutlingen, Germany