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Monday, 1st of December, 2003  
Updated December 2nd, 2003
This program may be subject to alteration. The organizers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.
Registration, opening of LAREF
  9.00 Opening RIO 3
Stefan Krauter, General Chairman of RIO 3, Brazil:
Intention of RIO 02/3, overview of RIO 3 - LAREF

Wagner G. Victer, Secretary of State of Energy, Shipbuilding Industry and Petroleum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:
Opening and Introduction

Maurício T. Tolmasquim, Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Mines & Energy, Brazil:
The Brazilian Energy Matrix and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Actual situation, plans and adequate measures.

Luiz Pinguelli Rosa, President of Eletrobrás, Brazil:
Initiatives to implement Renewable Energies in the Brazilian energy matrix: National production facilities, attraction of investors.
Coffee Break
Rosa Moreno, Coordinator of the Choose Positive Energy Campaign, Greenpeace International:
Agenda of necessary tasks.

Hermann Scheer, President Eurosolar and World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), Germany:
The Solar Age.

Franz Alt, Germany:
War for Oil or Peace by Solar Power.

Carlos Minc, Deputy of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:
Non-Polluting Energy Generation in Rio de Janeiro.
  14.00 Activities
Mozart Schmitt de Queiroz, Renewable Energy Manager Petrobras, Brazil:
The strategic vision of Petrobras for acting in the area of Renewable Energies.

Laura Porto, Head of Renewable Energy Department, Ministry of Mines & Energy, Brazil:
The Brazilian PROINFA Program.

Marcello Storrer Prado Garcia, Eólica Industrial Ltda., Brazil:
Legal Aspects of PROINFA: The Brazilian Renewable Energy Incentive Program.

Valentina Dinica, Hans Bressers, University of Twente, The Netherlands:
The Implementation of Renewable Energy Policies: Theoretical Consideration and Experiences from Spain, The Netherlands and The United Kingdom.
Coffee Break
Gunnar Boye Olesen, Emilio Lebre la Rovere, International Network for Sustainable Energy:
NGO Proposal and Visions for International Cooperation for Sustainable Energy.

Angelina Galiteva, Chair Committee WCRE, CES Green LA., USA:
Policies and incentives to encourage sustainable design elements in architecture and new constructions.

Enio Bueno Pereira, Fernando R. Martins, INPE, Sergio Colle, Samuel Abreu, UFSC, Brazil; Tom Hamlin, UNEP, France:
SWERA - Solar and Wind Energy Resource Assessment.

Hermann Scheer, Angelina Galiteva, Stefan Krauter:
Foundation of the Latin American Section of the World Council of Renewable Energy (WCRE).
This program may be subject to alteration. The organizers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.
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