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World Renewable
Energy Congress VIII and Expo
Impressions of the Congress
Visit of NREL laboratories, Golden, CO, USA on
August 27, 2004
Impressions Denver, CO, USA

Fueling Our Future: Four Steps to a New, Reliable, Cleaner, Decentralized Energy Supply based on Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
#1 Title
#2 Contents
#3 Still on Probation or Ready for Take-Off?
#4 The Customer can decide
(I)
#5 The Customer can decide (II)
#6 The Customer can decide (III)
#7 Implementation time of new Products (I)
#8 Implementation time of new Products (II)
#9 Implementation time of new Products (III)
#10 Home appliance ownership in every 100 Shanghai, P.R. China families
#11 Not Technical Possibilities but Consumer Demand
#12 Why do customers buy new products?
#13 Evolution of the Cellular Phone 1983-2004
#14 Evolution in the Aircraft Industry 1903-2005 (I)
#15 Evolution in the Aircraft Industry 1903-2005 (II)
#16 Evolution in the Aircraft Industry 1903-2005 (III)
#17 World motor-vehicle production incl.
P.R. China 1900-2010
#18 Four steps to a new reliable, cleaner and decentralized Energy Supply based on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
#19 Revolution in the Garage
(I)
#20 Revolution in the Garage (II)
#21 Revolution in the Garage (III)
#22 New Players on the Chinese Automotive Market (I)
#23 New Players on the Chinese Automotive Market (II)
#24 New Players on the Chinese Automotive Market (III)
#25 Necessary Conditions to reach the final Goal (I)
#26 Necessary Conditions to reach the final Goal (II)
#27 Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells HANNOVER FAIR (I)
#28 Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells HANNOVER FAIR (II)
#29 We invite you to attend our upcoming Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Group Events…
#30 Impression
#31 www.hydrogenambassadors.com
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Impressions of the Congress
Arno's presentation
Visit of NREL laboratories
Impressions Denver, Colorado
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World Renewable Energy Congress VIII and Expo
Denver, Colorado, USA, August 29-September 3, 2004


Professor Ali Sayigh, Brighton, UK Chairman of WREC and Director General of WREN together with Arno A. Evers (left)


Professor Ali Sayigh, Brighton, UK, Chairman of WREC and Director General of WREN

 

Arno's presentation:    
Chairman Susan M Hock, Director, Electric & Hydrogen Systems Center, NREL, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, USA (left) together with Arno A. Evers, Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR, Starnberg, Germany
     
 
     
 
Title of Arno's presentation:
"Fueling Our Future: Four Steps to a New Reliable, Cleaner, Decentralized Energy Supply Based on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells"

Opening Ceremony, Monday, August 30:
Linking the World with Renewable Energy
Chair: Richard Truly, Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
(NREL), USA

Opening Speakers:

  • Ali Sayigh, WREC Chairman
  • H.E. Altwaiji, Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  • Dr. Osman Benchikh, UNESCO
  • David Garman, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), USA
  • Stephen Timms, Energy Minister, UK
  • Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes, Ministry of Environment, Nature, Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany
  • John Mogford, Group Vice President for Gas, Power and Renewables, BP, UK


Stephen Timms, Energy Minister, UK during the Opening Ceremony


Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes, Ministry of Environment, Nature, Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany
 


Plenary A, Monday, August 30, 11:00am — 12:00pm, Linking the World with Renewable Energy: Dr. Hermann Scheer, Member of the German House of Parliament, President of EUROSOLAR, General Chairman of the World Council for Renewable Energy


Rakesh Bakshi (left), RBB Consultants, India in discussion with Bonny Lee Michaelson (right), Press, Beverly Hills, CA, USA

Plenary D, Monday, August 30, 4:30pm— 5:30pm

Trends in Renewable Energy: Country Reports
Chair: Bob Dixon, DOE, USA

Speakers:

  • Thorsteinn Sigfusson, University of Iceland
  • Gilbert Parent, Ambassador for Environment, Canada
  • Gerry Morvell, Australian Greenhouse Office, Australia


Rakesh Bakshi, RBB Consultants, India


Thorsteinn Sigfusson, University of Iceland, Speaker of Plenary D, Monday, August 30, 4:30pm— 5:30pm, Trends in Renewable Energy: Country Reports

Plenary G2, Wednesday, September 1, 8:30am— 9:30am

Making Renewable Energy a Reality
Chair: U. S. Rep. Mark Udall

Speakers:

  • Wendy Annecke, Gender & Energy Research & Training, S. Africa
  • Alden Hathaway, Environmental Resources Trust, USA
  • Alex Zahnd, Nepal

The Meeting Point of Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR


Arno A. Evers is giving an interview for the American TV Station "Univision"

The Meeting Point "Renwable Energies China incl. Hydrogen + Fuel Cells" from Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR was visited by international experts of various countries:


Dr. Pir Mohammad Azizi, Deputy Minister (Technical), Ministry of Irrigation, Water Resources and Environment, Kabul, Afghanistan


Dr. Abbas Ali Elmvalim, The University of Reading, Reading, UK


Arno A. Evers (left) explaines Sékou Diarra, Direction de l'energie, Ministère d'Etat, Ministère des Mines et de l'energie, Republique de Côte d'Ivoire, the Meeting Point "Renewable Energues incl. Hydrogen + Fuel Cells" at the booth of the Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST), Shanghai International Industry Fair (SIF) 2004, November 4-9


Dr. Shahida Rafique (left), Professor, Dept. of Applied Physics and Electronics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh and Prof. Anoja Wickramasinghe (right), Professor and Head of Geography, The University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka


Chhetra Bickramkc (left), Deputy Director General, Ministry of Water, Resources, Kathmandu, Nepal and Mr. S. B. Sharma (right), Joint Secretary, Ministry of Science & Technology, Kathmandu, Nepal


Christopher Maltin, Director, Organic Power Ltd., Somerset, UK

General Impressions World Renewable Energy Congress VIII and Expo, Denver, Colorado, USA:

American Fuel Cell Vehicles:


Tai W. Robinson, President, IntergalacticHydrogen.com, is explaining the hydrogen-fueled vehicle 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 extended cab V-6. The vehicle is possessing an internal combustion engine that can run on hydrogen, compressed natural gas, and ethanol, as well as gasoline.


An AIR WHISPER wind mill produced by Southwest Windpower from Flagstaff, Arizona, USA in front of the hybrid 1999 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 extended cab V-6 powered either by natural gas or by hydrogen.


See you either at Shanghai International Industry Fair, November 4-9, 2004 and / or at HANNOVER FAIR, April 11-15, 2005!