• 3rd International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS3), Ajaccio, Corsica (France), 16-18 September, 2009. Organised jointly by the International Association for Hydrogen Safety (HySafe) and the IEA Hydrogen Implementing Agreement (HIA), this event will seek to improve public awareness and comfort in relation to hydrogen technologies by communicating a better understanding of both the risks associated with hydrogen and their management. Visit the conference website.
• 30th Annual Symposium and Workshop of the International Energy Agency Collaborative Project on Enhanced Oil Recovery (IEA EOR), Canberra (Australia), 21-23 September 2009. Focusing on the theme of 'CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery', this year’s IEA EOR symposium will offer participants an opportunity to share knowledge, work with other world experts and further promote application of Enhanced Oil Recovery technologies in oil and gas fields. Visit the IEA EOR conference website.
• IEA PVPS Workshop (European PV Conference), Hamburg (Germany), 22 September 2009. Organised by the IEA PVPS Programme, this workshop in conjunction with the 24th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference will look at what may lie ahead and what bridges need to be crossed to achieve significant penetration of PV, both locally and globally. Visit the web page.
• Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): Bridging the Commercial Gap, New York (United States), 29-30 September 2009. This event follows up on IEA recommendations to the G8. It is organised by the IEA Working Party on Fossil Fuels, in collaboration with the Coal Industry Advisory Board, the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum and the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute. Invitations to this event can be requested from the IEA. Visit the IEA events pages.
• 3rd International Conference on Solar Air-Conditioning, Palermo (Italy), 30 September - 2 October 2009. Organised with the collaboration of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme, this event will focus on development of technologies, transfer of know-how, identification of R&D needs and exchange of results and ideas. Consult the brochure, visit the conference website.
• 30th AIVC Conference Trends in High Performance Buildings and the Role of Ventilation, Berlin (Germany), 1-2 October 2009. This event is organised by the Energy and Environmental Center Deister GmbH (e.u.[z.]) in co-operation with the International Network for Information on Ventilation (INIVE EEIG) – on behalf of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC) – and the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics (Fraunhofer-IBP). It will be held in tandem with the International Conference on Building and Ductwork Airtightness. See conference announcement. AIVC is part of the IEA Programme on Energy Conservation in Buildings & Community Systems (ECBCS).
• CTI PFAN China Clean Energy Investor Forum and CTI PFAN Asia Regional Seminar, Beijing (China) 21-22 October 2009. The October 21 PFAN China Clean Energy Investor Forum, organised by the Private Financing Advisory Network (PFAN) of the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI), will bring leading clean energy entrepreneurs in China together with investors and fund managers specialising in China’s clean energy sector.
The October 22 CTI PFAN Asia Regional Seminar will showcase PFAN success stories from the region and identify opportunities for clean energy investment and technology transfer across Asia. For more information on these two events, consult the announcement. CTI is one of IEA’s energy technology collaborations.
• International Conference on Coal Science & Technology (ICCS&T), Cape Town (South Africa), 26-29 October 2009. Co-sponsored by the IEA Clean Coal Centre, this conference will provide the technical community with an opportunity to share knowledge in their respective clean-coal technology fields. Visit the conference website.
• Workshop on Process Integration in Small and Medium Enterprises, Bern (Switzerland), 27-28 October 2009. Organised by the IEA Implementing Agreement on Industrial Energy-Related Technologies and Systems (IETS) in co-operation with the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, this workshop will bring together diverse stakeholders who have experience of new system approaches for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). It will be a first step in forming a new project within the IETS programme on process integration in SMEs. For more information visit the IETS website.
• 10th CTI Seminar on Programmatic Approaches of JI and CDM - Business Opportunities for Emission Reduction, Zeuthen (Germany), 2-3 November 2009. Organised by the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI), one of IEA's energy technology collaborations, this seminar will focus on developing programmatic Joint Implementation and Clean Development Mechanism opportunities in eastern Europe and in some of the successor states of the former Soviet Union republics. Visit the CTI website.
• 18th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Essen (Germany), 16-21 May 2010. This event for decision takers in politics, industry, research and finance will cover wide-ranging scientific, technological, deployment and policy questions relating to the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in a sustainable energy economy. The conference, which builds on previous conferences dating back to 1976, will feature a training and information session on hydrogen and fuel cells. The IEA Implementing Agreement on Advanced Fuel Cells is represented in the event’s organisation team. Visit the conference website.
• 10th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Amsterdam (the Netherlands), 19-23 September 2010. This tenth conference in the series organised by the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEA GHG) will provide a platform for discussion on finding opportunities to implement greenhouse gas mitigation technologies and overcome the barriers to applying these technologies. Visit the conference website.
• EUROSUN 2010 - International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings, Graz (Austria), 28 September - 1 October 2010. Organised by the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (SHC), ISES and other bodies, EuroSun2010 will enable participants to exchange and discuss the latest R&D results and learn more about problems and their solution. Visit the conference website.
• 8th International Conference on System Simulation in Buildings, Liege (Belgium), 13-15 December 2010. Organised by the Thermodynamics Laboratory and the Department of Environmental Sciences and Management of the University of Liege in close co-operation with the IEA Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems Programme (ECBCS), this event will enable researchers and specialists in buildings and in heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems simulation to present papers and discuss the latest developments. Visit the conference website.