DescriptionThe 2nd International Conference on Microgeneration and Related Technologies was held in Glasgow April 4-6 2011. The conference atracted over 120 delegates from 16 different countries.The conference was co-hosted by the UK SUPERGEN HIDEF Research Consortium and IEA ECBCS Annex 54. The conference was sponsored by the BRE Trust.
Microgen'II brought together industry, academics, professionals and end-users from around the world involved in the broad field of microgeneration technologies and proved an excellent forum to exchange ideas and experience. The conference theme was 'enabling a highly distributed energy future', focusing on the integration of microgeneration technologies into society.
The balance of conference presentations and "industry day" sessions provided a varied and stimulating programme. Participation in the conference reflected the interdisciplinary nature of the field, featuring high quality papers and speakers with expertise ranging from engineering through to political science.
|Period||4 Apr 2011 → 6 Apr 2011|
|Location||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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