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BIT's 6th Annual New Energy Forum-2016 (NEF-2016) Jun 30-Jul 3 2016
Conference: South Korea [in English]

With the reduction of traditional fossil fuels and increasingly serious global environmental degradation and health dangers, we are ready to meet new age of energy production. While human demands for energy will not decrease, the largest shifts are the increase in the renewable energy share and the decline in the traditional energy share. New energy occupies an increasingly important position in the whole energy system. New sources of energy, aided by improved technology and productivity, underpinned by large-scale investments make a significant contribution to supply growth. Entering its 6th year, New Energy Forum (NEF) has been grown substantially, NEF-2016 will provide a perfect opportunity to researchers from academia and professionals from industry, as well as government regulators to tackle energy challenges, and exchange best practices about improved new energy technology and cooperation.
The 6th New Energy Forum-2016-Korea will be held at KINTEX, South Korea during June 30-July 3, 2016. It has been successfully held in the past five years. This year we select the best program which involves 6 professional parallel forums. We believe it will set off a new upsurge of Cleanness and Sustainability Energy again. This conference is a perfect opportunity to researchers from academia and professionals from industry, as well as government regulators to tackle energy challenges, and exchange best practices about clean energy utilization and expanding. Most of important and key personnel in New Energy industry have participated at this event; you could also see most leading companies in this event.

Event Location:
Daewha
KINTEX Exhibition Center
Ilsanseo-gu
Goyang-si
Gyeonggi-do
10215
South Korea

Organizer:
Ms. Ashley (send an email)
1 Hui Xian Yuan
Dalian
21 116025
China
Deadlines
Early registration: Sunday, May 15, 2016
Posters: Saturday, April 30, 2016
Session titles:

Part 1: Opening Ceremony
Part 2: Keynote Forum
Forum SE: Solar Energy
Forum HE: Hydrogen Energy
Forum WE: Wind Energy
Forum GE: Geothermal Energy
Forum NE: Nuclear Energy
Forum HP: Hydropower & Marine Energy
Forum EV: New Energy Cars and Electric Vehicles
Forum YS: Young Scientist Forum