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International Workshop on “Energy Security and Energy Access: Health Implications of Poor Energy Quality in Developing Countries” [In Virtual Mode]

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  • International Workshop on “Energy Security and Energy Access: Health Implications of Poor Energy Quality in Developing Countries” [In Virtual Mode]

International Workshop on “Energy Security and Energy Access: Health Implications of Poor Energy Quality in Developing Countries” [In Virtual Mode]

  • 24 May 2021
  • Category: Events
  • 870 Viewer

The Centre for Science and Technology of Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre)

International Workshop on “Energy Security and Energy Access: Health Implications of Poor Energy Quality in Developing Countries” [In Virtual Mode]

Greetings from the Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre)!!

Energy is an essential part of innovation, progress and life. It plays vital roles, directly as well as indirectly, in the survival of human beings, as well as to a country’s economic development. For overall economic development, energy access needs to be improved particularly in remote, backward and inaccessible regions, which can be achieved through proper infrastructure for the generation, transmission and supply of energy, as well as the human skills and expertise needed to maintain and improve the system. Two major concerns in developing countries are Energy Security and Energy Access. Energy security is the continuous availability of energy in varied forms and sufficient quantities, at an affordable price, to meet domestic, industrial, transport and military requirements. It entails the high prospects of current and future energy needs being met, irrespective of economic or political instability. Poor energy quality in developing nations has had serious implications on health and environment and it is high time we address these issues.

In order to discuss various aspects of energy security, clean and affordable energy for all, and health hazards associated with poor energy quality, the Centre for Science and Technology of the Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries (NAM S&T Centre), New Delhi, India jointly with the CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum (CSIR-IIP), Dehradun, India, will be organizing an International Workshop on ‘Energy Security and Energy Access: Health Implications of Poor Energy Quality in Developing Countries’ during 26-27 July, 2021. The Workshop will be hosted by CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun and will be organised in Virtual-Mode.

This Workshop aims to bring together experts, professionals and policy makers from the developing countries across a wide range of areas spanning conventional and non-conventional energy, and the nexus between energy, climate change and human well-being, to exchange knowledge, ideas and thoughts on United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 7 – “Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.”

The following may please be noted:

(a) The Workshop will be hosted by CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP), Dehradun, India and will be organised in Virtual-Mode.

(b) Last date for submission of applications to attend the Workshop is 16 July 2021. Only limited seats are available for participation in this event. Since a large number of applications are expected, early response is advisable to avoid disappointment.

(c) Application (except from India) for participation in the Workshop may please be made only to the NAM S&T Centre (E-mail: namstcentre@gmail.com) in the Application Form enclosed with the attached Announcement Brochure. Applicants from India may submit their requests directly to the CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum (E-Mail: director@iip.res.in) with a copy to the NAM S&T Centre.

(d) Selection of applicants will be made based on their academic and professional background, and relevance of their current engagements in the relevant fields.

(e) Other details are available in the attached Announcement.

(f) Information on the Member Countries and S&T-Industry Network Members of the NAM S&T Centre and names/addresses of the Focal Points may be seen on the Centre’s website www.namstct.org.

(g) English will be the official language of the Conference.

All correspondence may please be made by email. Kindly avoid sending us fax messages or hard copies to save paper and energy.

All documents may be prepared in MS-Word Format or electronically scanned and sent as attachments to the email.

This is a general circular and you are requested to kindly forward this announcement to the concerned individuals as well as Ministries/Departments, S&T organisations, Universities and Academic Institutions and related agencies in your country.

We solicit your kind cooperation in getting the best suited applicants for this Valuable International Workshop.

Amitava Bandopadhyay, Ph. D.

Director General, NAM S&T Centre

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Dr. Amitava Bandopadhyay,

Director General,

Centre

Application Form_Int Wkshp_Energy Security and Energy Access (Virtual)_26-27 July,

2021 NAM Centre_CV Format

Workshop Announcement_Int Wkshp_Energy Security and Energy Access _Virtual__26-27 July,

2021

  • 24 May 2021
  • Category: Events
  • 870 Viewer