European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)
13 Apr 2000, as European Renewable Energy Export Council, by E-XE4133 - European Biomass Industry Association (EUBIA), D-XD5421 - SolarPower Europe, E-XE2728 - EUREC, D-XD3737 - European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA), D-XD7481 - Solar Heat Europe (SHE) and D-XD7070 - WindEurope. Present name adopted Apr 2001. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Dissolved 6 Mar 2014.
Provide information and training on renewable energy sources; encourage studies on the economics, techniques and feasibility in the field of renewable energy sources; promote European exports of equipment and products and the industrial protection of European renewable energy technologies on global markets; strengthen export initiatives and promote trade; enlarge industrial export services.
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