January 3, 2012 (TSR) – Cuba will be the venue in June of the World Conference on Wind Power, in which professionals from around the globe will analyze the challenges and prospects of its use and renewable sources of energy as reported by their state news agency, ACN.
Expected to attend the meeting are scientists and entrepreneurs from over 45 nations, who will hold debates on the role of renewable energy sources within the context of sustainable development, pointed out in this capital Conrado Moreno, president of the organizing committee.
He underlined that this is the first time that a forum of this magnitude takes place in the region, destined to professionals in the academic and industrial fields, “an opportunity to exchange their research works, ideas and perspectives.”
Moreno, also a member of the board of directors of the World Wind Energy Association, asserted that the main topics under debate will be community power, local and regional plans to reach 100% supply of renewable energy, and windfarms.
Also under analysis will be the role it plays in tourist activity, food production and water supply; industrial strategies, the training of human resources, energy culture, and distributed and decentralized generation.