The Iran Renewable Energy Association, an organisation established to promote, increase awareness, developing culture understanding and institutionalise the adoption of clean energy in Iran has joined forces with Green Power Global to co-organise the event in Tehran.
The IranRECC programme director, Alex Stein said, “The opportunity to partner with the Iran Renewable Energy Association and deepen our ties with the Iranian clean energy market will ensure the event will be the mainstay of the industry for years to come”
IranRECC 2016 will bring together the international and domestic renewable energy value chain under one roof to unlock the potential of this exciting new energy space. Key government speakers and attendees including the Minister of Energy, Managing Director of SUNA and OIETAI will be on hand to offer insight into the new market mechanisms alongside international developers, EPCs and equipment manufacturers.
Seyed Mousavi, executive director of The Iran Renewable Energy Association commented, “We are delighted to enter into this cooperation with such an internationally renowned renewable energy conference company. IranRECC 2016 is a vital event for the emerging renewable energy market here in Iran”
Visit http://www.iranreccongress.com/ for more information on the conference and to view the latest agenda and speakers
IranRECC is the inaugural conference for Green Power Global in the Iranian clean energy space.
The 3 day in-depth agenda, featuring interactive sessions, technology dedicated streams and interactive workshops covering critical factors in renewable growth, from finance to localisation of production, policy to project bankability and doing business in Iran, IranRECC gives unprecedented access to the knowledge and people that are poised to propel the Iranian renewable sector forwards.
About Iran Renewable Energy Association
Iran Renewable Energy Association is an independent nongovernmental organization and its principle audience is the public. The main activities of this association are promoting, increasing awareness, developing culture and institutionalizing the implementation of clean energy, including wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydrogen energies.