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1st World Community Power Conference, Fukushima, 3 November 2016
WCPC will take place on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Paris climate change agreement in which all governments of the world have agreed to switch the global energy supply to greenhouse gas neutrality by 2050, meaning in fact 100 % renewable energy. WCPC happens on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident and of the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear accident.
Community Power is usually defined as renewable energy installations initiated, operated and controlled by local citizens. Community power has a proven very positive impact on deployment rates of renewable energy and increases the economic benefits of renewable energies.
Stefan Gsänger, WWEA Secretary General: "Community Power has been widely recognized as a major driver of the global shift towards a 100 % renewable energy supply. Thanks to the decentralized character of renewable energy, communities are key actors in the new energy supply and communities around the world have started taking the energy supply in their own hands. The event at the symbolic location of Fukushima intends to give a boost to the close global cooperation of community power groups around the world and make community power part of the mainstream energy supply.”
Dr. Tetsu Iida, ISEP Chairperson: "Along with explosive growth of renewable energy last decade, and structural change in energy supply and demand, community power and democratic process for development are playing more and more a key role for the process towards a 100% renewable energy future. This very first World Community Power Conference held in Fukushima after the 5th year anniversary of the disaster will be and must be a historical signal for the future."
WCPC takes place in connection with and directly after the 15th World Wind Energy Conference WWEC2016 which will be held from 31 October to 1 November in Tokyo (www.wwec2016tokyo.com). The main theme of WWEC2016 is "Concentrating efforts for wind power growth in Japan and worldwide”.
Abstracts are invited on the following topics:
1. Community power around the world and all over Japan 2. Local/National renewable energy policies supporting community power 3. Community Power business models in developing and in industrialized countries 4. Financing Community Power in developing and in industrialized countries 5. Climate issue and community power 6. Nuclear and community power 7. International, regional and local networking 8. Democracy and community power
All abstracts should be written in English, be concise and clearly state results, objectives or key components of the paper. They should not exceed 500 words and should contain a list of key words. Abstracts should be submitted before 31 May 2016 to: email@example.com
The programme to be published in early July 2016.
Conference language: English and Japanese
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