The International Sustainable Energy Summit (ISES) will take place on November 7 & 8 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. SEDA Malaysia is organising its inaugural ISES event at the Putrajaya Marriott Hotel.
Recognizing the increasingly prominent role that RE and EE play in the world, ISES 2012 aims to share good practices and help identify means of providing necessary know-how, technology and financing for transformation towards energy independence and sustainable development. ISES 2012 also provides a platform and opportunity for RE and EE industry professionals in Malaysia and the world to meet, discuss and get latest updates and related issues on sustainable energy in Malaysia.
The theme of ISES 2012, Empowering Nations via Sustainable Energy is timely as we seek alternative energy sources to reduce our dependence on fossil fuel and transform the energy sector to encompass efficient, clean and renewable sources of energy. SEDA Malaysia will provide updates on the latest development RE and EE in the country with respect to the legal framework and the implementation.
Other notable topics presented by renowned speaker from all over the world will include green financing, renewable energy and energy efficiency.
To register click here to download the registration form (pdf).
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