The UN Climate Change Conference is quickly approaching, with just a few short weeks to go before the event takes place in the City of Glasgow.
The Renewable Energy Institute’s Mission is to promote knowledge-sharing and best practice in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency with leading universities and the United Nations (UNEP) through professional Training Courses, Qualifications, Conferences, Publications, European Projects, Global Partnerships, Membership Programmes and the Internationally Recognised Galileo Master Certificate.
The Institute carries out international research to increase the awareness of trends in Renewable Energy, both within the industry and among the general public. The Institute’s studies provide decision makers and key industry players a basis on which to plan future developments to expand and improve sustainable projects.
In line with COP26, the Renewable Energy Institute strives to make a positive impact. We would like to hear what you want COP26 to achieve. We will take your message to COP26 key decision makers to let your voice be heard.
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The Renewable Energy Institute recently held a Roundtable event bringing industry experts together to discuss the goals of COP26 and other industry hot topics. To read more and watch the recording of the fascinating event, please click here.
The Institute looks forward to holding another Roundtable event in November with our experts, in order to discuss the outcomes of the COP26 conference.
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The Renewable Energy Institute has been providing Accredited courses in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency since 1975. The Institute trains participants in 150 countries worldwide, and is the official awarding body of the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate. Course participants range from companies and organisations such as the World Bank, Siemens, International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Google, and many more.
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