Date and time:
Wednesday 4 November 2015 – 3:00pm CET
Organiser:
RETScreen International

RETScreen, Natural Resources Canada’s clean energy management software, helps businesses and governments alike to make cleaner energy decisions. Used by over 443,000 people all over the world, taught in over 600 universities and colleges, available in 36 languages and developed in collaboration with NASA, the United Nations and the World Bank, RETScreen has already saved its users well over $8 billion and is making its mark in the fight against climate change. Join us to hear from the Director of RETScreen International about how the software can be used to help identify, implement and monitor potential Greenhouse Gas (GHG) mitigation projects.
About the presenter

Gregory J. Leng is the creator of the RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software and Director of RETScreen International at Natural Resources Canada’s CanmetENERGY centre in Varennes, Quebec. He specialises in the clean energy market, technology and finance interface and has been working in the renewable energy and energy efficiency fields for the past 28 years. Prior to joining NRCan, Greg was based in Hyderabad, India as the India Country Manager for the International Fund for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. Greg obtained a Master of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in Energy Engineering (Solar Energy Engineering option) and a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Marketing and International Business options) from McGill University.

Documents:
ret_screen_clean_energy_management_software_ctcn.pdf

via Climate Technology Centre & Nework

The CTCN is the operational arm of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Technology Mechanism and is hosted by the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and 11 independent, regional organizations with expertise in climate technologies.