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View Resource New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization Homepage

The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization coordinates the funds, personnel, and technological strengths of both the public and private sectors in Japan. NEDO's activities...

http://www.nedo.go.jp/english/index.html
View Resource Technology Transition Corporation Homepage

Technology Transition Corporation (TTC) designs and implements strategic initiatives to help emerging technologies move from the research and development environment to profitable and sustainable...

http://www.ttcorp.com/
View Resource INFORSE

INFORSE is a worldwide network consisting of 140 Non Governmental Organizations working in about 60 countries to promote sustainable energy and social development. The Network was established in Rio...

http://www.inforse.dk/
View Resource COGEN 3

COGEN 3 promotes the implementation of biomass, coal, gas cogeneration projects by facilitating business partnerships between ASEAN (Association of South-East Asian Nations) industries and European...

http://www.cogen3.net/
View Resource World Renewable Energy Network Homepage

Through its worldwide network, WREN advocates the utilization of renewable energy sources by promoting the technical education of scientists, engineers, and technicians in addressing the energy needs...

http://www.wrenuk.co.uk/
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