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Wednesday, 16th of February, 2005  
Updated February 14th, 2005
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  8.30 Energy Efficiency & Energy Saving

José Mauro Márquez (U.K.), João Manaus Corrêa (Brazil)
University of the West of England, Bristol
Modeling and operational analysis of hybrid electric buses vs. diesel buses –
A case study of São Paulo City

Andreas Lietzmann, D. Fröhler (Germany), K.-D. Lietzmann (Brazil/Germany)
eab technology group, Freiberg
Practical experience and dimensioning in the operation
of decentralized energy supply stations

Christoph Saniter, Rolf Hanitsch (Germany)
Technical University Berlin, Institute of Energy and Automation Technology
Efficiency improvements of electrical drives -
contribute to improvement of environmental conditions

Klaus Köln (Germany)
UfE GmbH, Rostock
Distributed intelligence in power networks

Martha Macedo de Lima Barata (Brazil)
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, PPE-COPPE-UFRJ
Energy efficiency as a means for improving environmental quality -
the case of small companies

Pablo García Arabéhéty (Argentina)
Argentinean Wind Energy Association (AAEE) / University of Buenos Aires (UBA)
On efficiency

Tomaz Nunes Cavalcante Neto, Leila Cristina Jovina da Silveira,
Adson Bezerra Moreira et al. (Brazil)

Federal University of Ceará – UFC, Dept. of Electric Engineering
Energy efficiency and analysis. Renewable energies in the Federal University of Ceará

Simone Ferrari (Italy)
Politecnico di Milano, Dept. Building & Environment, Science & Technology
Improving energy savings in residential hotels:
"Comfort on demand" control strategies with efficient retrofitting measures

S. Srinivasa Murthy, P. V. Jaya Prakasha Reddy (India)
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Laboratory
Studies on Ejector-Absorption hybrid refrigeration systems with new working fluid pairs

Coffee break

  11.05 Policy Implementation, Financing, Carbon Emission Trading - CDM

Carl W. Seitz (Germany)
Globu Tech – International
Generation of Win-Win-relations in the international energy market

Abdoulaye Ba (Senegal)
Implementation of local initiated rural electrification project (E.R.I.L.) in north Senegal

Ewerson Duarte da Costa (Brazil)
Ewerson Duarte da Costa – Escritório de Advocacia
The Kyoto - Protocol: A slowdown for an unrestricted development.
A chance for sustainable development

Rodrigo Cunha Trindade (Brazil), requested
Agência Energia –Projetos e Consultoria em Energia Solar
Solar Thermal Heating – an reliable and economically viable option
for the substitution for conventional energy sources

Patrick Bürgi, R. Heuberger, F. Thomas (Switzerland)
Quality standards for Micro Scale Carbon Offset Projects

Osvaldo Stella Martins, David Freire da Costa (Brazil)
University of São Paulo, IEE
Gallery forest recovery & carbon credits – a financial analysis

Martha Macedo de Lima Barata, Norma do Nascimento Baptista,
Emilio Lèbre La Rovere et al. (Brazil)

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, PPE-COPPE
Participation of small & medium sized industries in the carbon market –
opportunities and barriers: the case of the red clay ceramics industry

Paulo C. M. Carvalho, Andrea P. B. Moraes, Rita Maria B. Marques et al. (Brazil)
Federal University of Ceará – UFC, Dept. of Electric Engineering
The PROINFA contribution for CO2 emission reduction


Ivan Petroff (New Zealand)
Massey University, Albany
First results from New Zealand’s national energy efficiency and conservation strategy

Johannes Kissel, Stefan C.W. Krauter (Germany/Brazil)
Technical University Berlin & Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ),
Programa de Planejamento Energético
Adaptations of support schemes for RE to countries
with an unstable macroeconomic situation

Marco Beccali, Giorgio Beccali, Maurizio Cellura, Marina Mistretta (Italy)
University of Palermo, Department of Energy and Environmental Researches (DREAM)
Environmental Effects of the Sicilian Energy Policy

Rubenval Baldini
ABEER (Brazilian Renewable Energy Companies Association)
Economic aspects of Renweable Energies in Brazil

  15.20 Education, Capacity Building
David Wortmann (Germany)
World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), German Bundestag
Open University for Renewable Energy (OPURE)

Stefan Krauter (Germany/Brazil)
World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), ISES (BoD),
State University of Ceará (UECE), Technical University of Berlin (TUB)
Necessities for an International University for Renewable Energy (IURE)

Walmeran José Trindade Jr. (Brazil)
Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica da Paraíba – CEFET-PB,
Coordenação de Eletrotécnica - COELT
Alternative energy education: Federal technical college of Paraíba; CEFET-PB

Richard Corkish, Stuart R. Wenham, Alistair B. Sproul et al. (Australia)
Centre for Photovoltaic Engineering, University of New South Wales
Education and research at the centre for PV Engineering, University of New South Wales

Coffee Break

Erico Spinadel (Argentina)
Argentinean Wind Energy Association (AAEE) -
National Technological University (UTN) - FASTA University
Capacity building in wind power

Norma Rodriguez Blandon (Nicaragua), Elizabeth Ferreira da Silva (Brazil)
World Council for Renewable Energies – Latin America
Sustainable house construction kit for youth education

Flavio Cotrim Pinheiro, Simone G. El Khouri Miraglia,
Luiz T. Siqueira Prado et al. (Brazil/USA)

US National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Support to local and regional air quality public policy - results of the first phase
of the integrated environmental strategies (IES) project in São Paulo

  17.25 Wind Power
Ronaldo Alves (Brazil)
AlterCoop - Energias
Innovations in the wind energy sector in Brazil

Christoph Saniter, D. Schulz, R. Hanitsch et al. (Germany)
Technical University Berlin, Institute of Energy and Automation Technology
Causes for harmonics and interharmonics in wind energy converters

Paulo C. M. Carvalho, L. G. Coelho Junior (Brazil)
Federal University of Ceará, DEE
Analysis of desalination plants connected to wind generator
and the possibility of use in the Brazilian Northeast.


End of presentations of 2nd day


RIO 5 - Banquet

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