Colombian Renewable Energy Conference - Barranquilla - Alame

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Colombian Renewable Energy Conference - Barranquilla

Barranquilla May 6-7, 2019




GENERAL INFORMATION

During the last year in Colombia, the spectrum has been extended to achieve the consolidation of unconventional energy sources. This country has enough natural resources for the implementation and promotion of renewable energies and, thanks to Law 1715 of 2014, new projects have emerged that have important incentives and whose investment costs in technology are not so high. Installed capacity in unconventional sources of renewable energy is around 10% of the national installed capacity and so far UPME has registered more than 300 projects to participate for tax incentives of this type according to the regulation of 1715 .
On the other hand, with the issuance of Resolutions 40791 and 40795 of 2018, the green light was given so that non-conventional renewable energies enter to form part of the National Interconnected System (SIN), and become a fundamental part of the matrix of generation. The auctions for renewable energies would be carried out in January 2019 and would allow the awarding of contracts from 2022.
In this order of ideas and with the aim of continuing to build a country and providing valuable knowledge for the growth of the sector, the Latin American Mining and Energy Association - ALAME will hold the V Colombian Conference on Renewable Energies, in Barranquilla on May 6 and 7 2019. This event will bring together the most renowned national and international experts to discuss strategies aimed at attracting foreign investment and achieving the integration of sustainable projects in the country.


ATTENDEE PROFILE



About 80 attendees. 89% is a purchase influencer and 83% attend to learn about new trends, products and services to stay up to date according with the industry markets.



CALL FOR PAPERS

In order to offer more speaking opportunities, a call has been opened until Friday, December 14th, 2018, to receive the academic proposals of those who wish to present their papers at the event. The proposal must include the conference topic, summary of the speakers' resume, summary of the proposed topic and description of its importance for the event and time needed for the presentation. Proposals must be sent by email to scomite@alame.org before 12:00 on the day of Friday, December 14th. This information will be evaluated by the members of the committee and will be notified in a timely manner to those who are selected.



EVENT GOALS

  1. Meet with the renewable energies industry.
  2. Determine business opportunities.
  3. Find solutions to make businesses more productive, creative, profitable, safe and environmentally friendly.
  4. Meet new suppliers and producers.
  5. Choose the right companies and new projects to invest.
  6. Strengthen the networking strategy with those who make decisions in the companies of the sector.

EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITIES




* Please review all the available options in the PDF file below
ACTIVITYDESCRIPTIONINVESTEMENT
EXHIBITS (VENDOR TABLE AREA 3 X 2 mts)
 
  • Event provides: (1) table (2) chairs, electrical outlet and WI FI.
  • Two (2) complimentary registrations to attend the conference.
US$3.000

BANNERS
 
  • Roll Up Banner (1.20 mts Weight X 2.50 mts High) in the conference room
  • One (1) complimentary registration to attend the conference.
 
 Note: Customer needs to provide, send and pick up the banner.
US$1.000
FLYERS
 
  • Promotional information located on top of the conference tables or inside the event promotional bags.
  • One (1) complimentary registration to attend the conference.
Note: Customer needs to provide and send the material on time.
US$1.000
VENUE / BARRANQUILLA

In Barranquilla, where the Magdalena River meets the Caribbean Sea, any street becomes a party. You don’t need to visit during the famous Carnival to see a spontaneous crowd dancing around a makeshift stage to instruments such as drums, maracas, and millet flutes. Here, joy belongs to everyone.
Barranquilla is known as the Golden Gate of Colombia because in the late nineteenth century it served as an entrance into the country for passengers and goods. The capital of the Atlántico is distinguished for the Republican-era architecture in the neighborhood of El Prado, as well as its museums, beaches, and festivals. In the surrounding area, tourists can visit creeks, marshes, and other natural attractions. Museums, historic squares, and lots of music await those who come to Barranquilla. From: www.colombia.travel

DOWNLOAD HERE BUSINESS PROPOSAL 

REGISTRATION AND ONLINE PAYMENT

REGISTRATION FEE

Includes: attendance to all the academic agenda and social activities, visit to commercial exhibits, refreshment breaks, welcoming cocktail, lunch, PDF presentations and certificate of attendance.




ONLINE PAYMENTS







www.alame.org / comunicaciones@alame.org / +1 954 2716000
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