Global warming poses a serious threat and it has been showing its disastrous impacts all around the world. However, we can fight with global warming with energy solutions by decreasing the vast emission of carbon dioxide and by stopping using climate damaging technologies. In order to contain the threat of global warming, we need to turn to clean, renewable energy sources such as the wind, solar, bioenergy, hydroelectric and other sources. The August edition of Bilgi Cagi magazine takes the ICT companies in renewable energy sector to the forefront.
Energy efficiency is one of the most crucial research topics in Europe. European Union aims to increase the energy efficiency by 20% per cent until 2020. To this end, the EU supports the R&D activities which aim to decrease the energy consumption, increase the efficiency in energy production, distribution and energy usage.
The energy efficiency throughout energy system is not only a topic for energy researchers but it is also studied by other areas such as Information and Communication Technologies through which the end-use efficiency of energy in buildings, industry and transport can be improved. Therefore, not only companies in the energy sector but also Information and Communication companies are expected to perform R&D activities to reach Europe’s energy goals and they are provided with EU funds under the 7th Framework Programme both under Energy and ICT topics.
The August edition of Bilgi Çağı magazine takes the ICT companies in renewable energy sector to the forefront. Bilgi Çağı analyses the activities of ICT companies in the sector and the European funding opportunities for the companies.
TAGES is one of the main contributors in BILGI CAGI magazine which is published monthly with a vision to watch R&D and Innovation processes of Turkey where the target mass is Public organisations, NGOs, private sector, universities and all parties responsible for the R&D and innovation improvement of Turkey.
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