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    THE GALILEO PROJECT – The Renewable Energy Institute (REI) has won European funding to train individuals and professionals in renewable energy, allowing them to gain the Galileo Master Certificate. The courses are open to the general public, individuals and companies from all backgrounds. Taught by renowned university lecturers and leading experts with both practical and theoretical expertise, the courses have been running at major universities around the UK and Europe for the past 36 years. The acknowledged quality of the respected Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) has been fundamental in securing the European funding from numerous organisations; including collaborations with universities and Centro Studi Galileo. The GMC has been recognised as a…
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    Renewable Energy Conference Urges Immediate Action

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    Organised by the Renewable Energy Institute, the United Nations Environment Programme UNEP, Terre Policy Centre and the International Institute of Refrigeration IIR the 14th European Conference was held at the leading Scottish Universities of Heriot-Watt and Edinburgh Napier University; and it attracted delegates from 11 countries including from the Indian Subcontinent who came to exchange practical and concrete solutions for a fast conversion to a fossil-fuel-free society. During the conference, Rajendra Shende warned delegates that there is not enough time to wait for new policy as a driver for taking action against climate change. Instead, he urged local initiatives to create their own grassroots-type summit by strengthening collaborative, cross-sector partnerships between business and academia.
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    Renewable Energy Courses Launch at Coventry University

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    To meet the growing demand for trained personnel in renewable energy, the Renewable Energy Institute is launching a series of training courses at Coventry University. The courses, which are open to the general public, have been selected from our most popular training events held at Edinburgh Napier University and other leading European universities. Coventry University joins the growing list of leading European universities who together with the United Nations is helping the Renewable Energy Institute promote renewable energy through training and conferences.
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    European Commission at the REI Summit: Innovative Technologies Applied to Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

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    At the 14th European Conference leading authorities in refrigeration and air conditioning highlighted the need to strengthen and enforce existing regulations for fluorinated greenhouse gases. Yet, meeting environmental targets for greenhouse gas emissions will also require end users to be educated and involved in taking responsibility for their refrigeration units. Nearly 200 delegates from over 23 countries across Europe, the United States, South Korea, India and Japan gathered in Milan for the second instalment of the 14th European Conference on Renewable Energy and Heating.  The conference, which was organised by the Renewable Energy Institute, United Nations (UNEP), IIR and TERRE focused heavily on the latest technologies in refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) and setting an economically and environmentally sustainable vision for the industry.
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    REI Launches Electric Vehicles Training Course

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    Edinburgh-based, Renewable Energy Institute (REI) has launched a 2-day training course for professionals and individuals who want to understand the cost saving opportunities and environmental benefits of switching to electric vehicles. With soaring fuel prices and increasing pressure to reduce emissions from transport, electric vehicles seem like an attractive offer. Yet for many people, making the change from combustion engine-powered vehicles to electric-powered transport can still seem like a leap of faith. Following 36 years expertise in training in renewable energy technologies, the REI launches Electric Vehicles training courses – which is most known for its green conferences in partnership…
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    International Conference Makes New Green Deal a Reality

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    At the recent Bangkok UN Summit 2010, the United Nations launched the 14th European Conference in Renewable Energy, taking place in Edinburgh at Heriot-Watt University. The Conference on the Latest Technologies in Renewable Energy, Applications in Heating and Cooling - to lower CO2 emissions is organised by the Renewable Energy Institute (REI) in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the intergovernmental International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR). At the UN Summit in Bangkok, Leaders and Ministers from the 180 countries who are signatories to the UNs Kyoto and Montreal Protocols, were presented with a copy of the Special International Issue UNEP-REI of Industria & Formazione.
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    Getting Ready for Renewable Energy

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    The "Getting Ready for Renewable Energy- GND" is an important international conference which took place in the Indian city of Pune in December. By putting into practice the aims of the ‘Green New Deal’ – GND – the conference explored the opportunities for partnership between Europe and India in the expanding field of renewable energies. The GND is the solution to both the economic and environmental challenges the world faces today. Investment and development in new renewable technologies will both contribute to the reduction of climate change whilst creating economic growth through the trade and employment opportunities created. The conference was organised by the Renewable Energy Institute (REI), Centro Studi Galileo[iii], the Indian association TERRE and the Associazione Tecnici Italiani del Freddo. Building upon the outcomes of the 13th European conference - which REI and CSG chaired in partnership with the United Nations earlier this year - this conference directly addressed the Indian Government’s desire to collaborate with international institutions to implement the ‘National Action Plan on Climate Change’.
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    UNEP and REI Launching the Green New Deal in the UK

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    The prestigious conference ‘Getting Ready for Renewable Energy – Green New Deal’ run by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Renewable Energy Institute (REI) will take place at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, UK, with a number of high profile delegates and speakers from around the world expected to attend. The conference is organized by the REI in cooperation with Centro Studi Galileo, the Indian association TERRE, the Associazione Tecnici Italiani del Freddo, and the Intergovernmental International Institute of Refrigeration. Building upon the outcomes of the 13th European conference, this event will directly address the Governments’ desire to collaborate with international institutions to push on Renewable Energy Applications.
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    Renewable Energy courses: Two Leading Training Providers Join Forces

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    The Renewable Energy Institute (REI) – well known for the strong collaboration with the UNITED NATIONS in organising European Conferences and courses on the GREEN NEW DEAL - has just partnered with Business Edge Ltd to launch a series of courses in Scotland and England that will bring professionals up to speed on the latest advances in energy efficient refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pumps and renewable energy. The sessions will also help people to take advantage of the world’s first tariff scheme for owners of renewable heating equipment and help people to invest wisely in renewable energy. A surge of interest in all areas of renewable energy, coupled with new EU and UK regulations have led to huge demand from technicians who want to train or retrain in refrigeration, air conditioning and renewable energy.
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    Business Opportunities for 2016 and Beyond

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    With an expected agreement at the United Nations Conference in Paris this month to decide on future energy policy, it is vital for professionals to be aware of the latest changes in government regulations in order to take a competitive advantage into the start of 2016. The fast pace of the Energy sector requires professionals within and affiliated to the industry to keep up to date with the latest opportunities for investment and financing, along with the available support schemes for upcoming renewable energy projects. Regarding such investments, decision-makers require the knowledge to be able to make informed…
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