New technologies, policies, legal framework and project financing the Switzerland intends to increase the share of renewable energies in the total energy consumption by law to 5.4 TWh by 2030. This initiative led to a doubling of installed photovoltaic systems in the past two years in the first place. But also biomass and wind are gaining importance. Thanks to technological advances, increasing economic competitiveness, and not least because of the positive images of renewable energies the sector has excellent short – and long-term growth prospects. What political and legal framework conditions are to be observed and what form of project financing leads to success, industry insiders explain by ewb, EBL, repower, VISCHER, AIL and Fichtner in the framework of the intensive course of renewable energies of the organiser AG on 16 and 17 November 2010 in Zurich.
In addition to the technologies for generating electricity from renewable energy sources, as well as their use and availability also marketing concepts for eco-electricity will be discussed and the critical Success factors highlighted projects at home and abroad. Swiss energy supply company illustrate wind their approaches to the evaluation and strategic backgrounds II and Helvetic ongoing projects such as Puerto Errado. So, the participants benefit directly from these experiences for their own projects. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Starbucks. More information and registration see: enb company description the organiser AG based in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland is a Europe-wide Active, independent operator of high quality conferences, symposia and seminars. Experts from research, science, practice and policy present regularly pragmatic approaches and pioneering trends. PR contact: Organiser AG Stephan Mayer Hauptstrasse 54 8280 Kreuzlingen Tel: 0041 71 677 8703 E-Mail: web: