1 June 2007
RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD is the leading magazine for renewable energy professionals, with readers in over 170 countries. We publish six issues a year, including our valued review issue that looks at global trends in markets, technology and policy.
Editor: Jackie Jones.
Associate Editor: David Appleyard.
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Windpower 2007 in Los Angeles, USA
BWEA Offshore in Liverpool, UK
ESTEC 2007 in Freiburg, Germany
Intersolar 2007 in Freiburg, Germany
Renewable Energy Europe 2007, Madrid, Spain
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COMING UP IN OUR NEXT ISSUE
Our May-June issue is on its way to subscribers now, and covers a wide range of topics on all areas of renewable energy. Specific articles will look at:
• The rise of 'green tags' in the USA
• Using Jatropha to produce biofuels in developing countries
• Concentrating solar power (CSP) in Nevada
• How the City of Toronto in going green
• The PV manufacturing industry
• Germany's solar thermal market
• Wind power in Texas
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Canada to face trial over global warming
UK Energy and Planning White Papers unveiled
UK to build €4.3 billion offshore wind farm in the Atlantic
Did you read ...
In our March-April issue, Elisa Wood looks at how mergers and acquisitions are shaping the US renewable energy industry
In the media
John Vidal in the Guardian takes a look at the confusion surrounding the UK government's energy and planning white papers
In this article, the New Zealand Herald hears how small hydro could play an important role in the country’s future
The Toronto Star takes a look at Ontario’s push for renewable energy
EETS sees investment from Renewable Energy Systems
EETS, the parent company of UK building integrated photovoltaic manufacturer PV Systems, has received a significant equity investment from Renewable Energy Systems, which will hopefully enable it to expand its range of products and services
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