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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ENTERPRISES FOR GREEN TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

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(This link will direct you to the European Centre of Technology website) GBE factory project invites you to the International Conference entitled Enterprises for green tourism development to be held on the 9th of May 2014 in Albena – Bulgaria. The main purpose of the conference is to highlight the role of green tourism. Thus, it aims to focus not only on the field of renewable energy, but also the sustainable development of local tourism as well. That is why it aims to highlight the future of energy sustainability as well; a future in which the world’s entire population would have access to modern, efficient and affordable energy...
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Concerns over UK skills shortage in Renewable Energy

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Organisations Seek Targeted Courses to Become More Competitive and Improve Renewable Energy Skills. Bespoke training for staff sets companies apart from the competition. More people than ever in the UK are deciding to insulate themselves from future rises in fossil fuel prices by installing renewable energy devices. Although this sounds like great news for the renewable energy sector as a whole, there exists fierce competition between firms working in what is a relatively young industry compared with
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