We cordially invite you to participate at the 2nd Forum of Revolutions in Renewable Energy in 21st Century (FOREN-2020). The event is going to be organized in Budapest, Hungary on 12-13 August 2021 by Innovinc International. The aim of this conference is to inspire and mobilize people across all sectors to make renewables a central part of any energy decision.
The first edition of FOREN was completed successfully in Rome Italy, The 2019 event had 70 attendee from 30 countries world-widely and the event has a growing interest among the scientists and technicians due to presentation of high quality, cutting-edge presentations from business, governments, civil society, science and academia divisions.
At this international high-level policy event, FOREN invites leaders from across society to meet and discuss policies and experiences. The focus is on building collective know-how to advance renewables at the international, national and sub-national levels.
Find out how you can become a speaker, exhibitor or sponsor of this event by contacting Conference Coordinator and Chair
Andrew Michael: email@example.com Tel: +1-408-352-1010
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