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International Conference: The Decarbonisation of the Energy Sector in the Mediterranean and Middle East – The Role of CSP

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The Mediterranean and Middle East face potentially alarming consequences from climate change, as all relevant scientific studies show. Given the geopolitics of the area, the repercussions could be of global significance unless anticipatory actions are taken. Having been recognised as a "hotspot" in terms of climate impacts, the need for mitigation and especially adaptation measures is urgent.

Because of its vast solar potential, the region can benefit greatly from the significant opportunities arising from the necessary transition to a low-carbon economy. The challenges, but also the opportunities, of decarbonisation of the Energy Sector in the Mediterranean and Middle East are immense. 

The planned conference is intended to provide a stimulating dialog among leading Policy Makers, Scientists, Industry Leaders and other Stakeholders from around the world on the role of Concentrated Solar Thermal technologies in contributing to addressing these challenges in the Mediterranean and Middle East.

‘The Decarbonisation of the Energy Sector in the Mediterranean and Middle East – The Role of CSP’ Conference will be held in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 29th November to 1st December 2018.  We invite you to participate and contribute to this important conference.

For more information contact Mr. George Kirkos at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or at +35722208744


The conference is organised under the ‘CyI Solar Thermal Energy Chair for the Eastern Mediterranean (CySTEM – Chair)’ and the ‘Networking for Excellence in Solar Thermal Energy Research (NESTER)’ projects that have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.


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Additional Info

  • Date: Thursday 29 November - Saturday 1 December 2018
  • Time: All day event
  • Speakers: See events page for more details