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Challenge of Sustainability and SESI Meeting

The Challenge of Sustainability 2008, will incorporate the next meeting of Solar Energy Society of Ireland (SESI)! It takes place in Dundalk IT on Friday June 20th. We are hoping for a good turn-out! The Challenge of Sustainability 2008 is organised by the Cross Border Sustainable Energy Partnership (CBSEP), an initiative of Dublin City University, Dundalk Institute of Technology and Queen’s University Belfast.

The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the constituency of the CBSEP and to explore how academic institutes together with wider society can take part in finding practical solutions for a sustainable and secure future. Participants will be encouraged to relate their ideas to the Eastern Corridor, the geographic region stretching south from Dundalk to Dublin and north from Dundalk to Belfast.

More information about the conference will be available soon, together with the programme, information about conference registration fees and so forth. If you are interested in taking part in the conference as a speaker or poster presenter, please email abstracts of at least 500 words to abstracts@allislandenergy.org as soon as possible.

Do please RSVP to SESI committee member Niall McMahon if you intend to come along to the conference and/or the SESI meeting.

Check http://allislandenergy.wordpress.com/ frequently for updates.

General enquiries can be addressed to info@allislandenergy.org or directly to Niall McMahon .

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