Posts Tagged ‘ brussels ’
The time has come to have a look at the status quo. Has the European dream become an utopia? Is Europe getting smaller? What are the implications, consequences, risks and opportunities? Which steps could be taken in order to strengthen it again? And how is Europe perceived in other continents today?
18/06/2012 CETRI-TIRES's President Angelo Consoli will bring tomorrow the vision of Third Industrial Revolution to the Sustainable Energy Week, in Brussels, during the conference "Power to the People: Can citizens lead Europe's future energy strategy?"
SIGNS OF GROWTH ON PLANET EUROPE – Report on the Mission Growth conference from Angelo Consoli in Brusselsgiu 8th, 2012 | By Admin | Category: centrale_EN
After all the public debt hype dictated to Member States by Brussels and Berlin and all the financial ortodoxy that ravaged the Europaen economy over the last two years, clouding the sky of the European citizens, the first ray of light appeared timidly over Brussels last Tusday, in the shape of the “Mission Growth” conference, [...]
Mission Growth Conference – Europe at the Lead of the New Industrial Revolution – Brussels, May 29th 2012mag 25th, 2012 | By L | Category: sinistra_EN
25/05/2012 Ways for a radical reshape of European industry to make it robust, sustainable, and growth-oriented will be discussed a high level conference in Brussels, organised by the European Commission, on Tuesday 29 May.
05/03/2012 This workshops, organized by FuelCellEurope on Thursday 22 March 2012 (10.00 – 17.00) in Brussels, will illustrate the sources of hydrogen as a by-product of industrial processes and debate the issues of quantity (market sizes) and quality.
16/01/2012 From our correspondent from Brussels Gabriela Caraman: FuelCellEurope hosts successful dinner debate at the European Parliament Over 80 participants, among whom were MEPs, Commission staff, members of the EEF and fuel cell and hydrogen stakeholders, participated in the debate.
Source: Martin Banks - 22nd November 2011 – theparliament.com A conference was told that 'zero-emission' technologies such as hydrogen fuel cells can tackle transport emissions, one of the commission's two environmental priorities for 2012.