Commission organises information seminars on sustainable energy systems call

July 12, 2004

Brussels, 09 Jul 2004

The Commission's Research DG is helping to organise a series of information and brokerage seminars in anticipation of the third call for proposals under the sustainable energy systems sub-priority of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6).

The events, which aim to address the main issues and challenges when preparing proposals, are planned as follows:


- hydrogen and fuel cells: 23 and 24 September, Brussels, Belgium;
- CO2 capture and storage: 28 September, Potsdam, Germany;
- renewable energies: 29 September (to be confirmed), Brussels, Belgium;
- distributed energy resources and future electricity networks: 8 October Warsaw, Poland.

The events will inform participants of the contents of the work programme and give potential proposers the opportunity to present their consortia. Particular attention will be paid to the involvement of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), organisations from the new Member States, candidate countries and third countries.

For further information, please consult the following web addresses:


Hydrogen and fuel cells, Brussels:
http:///www.HFPeurope.org


CO2 capture and storage, Potsdam:
http:///www.CO2net.com


Renewable energies, Brussels (latest information): http:///europa.eu.int/comm/research/energy/index_en.html


Distributed energy resources and future electricity networks, Warsaw:
http:///www.dgnet.org

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