UNESCO Energy Information Programme (EIP)
Programme d'information sur l'énergie
Programa de Información sobre la Energia
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1980 Belgrade Yugoslavia
Established 1980, Belgrade (Yugoslavia), by General Conference of B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Also referred to as UNESCO Information Programme on New and Renewable Sources of Energy.
Improve the worldwide flow of information on new and renewable energy. For the benefit of rural extension workers, farmers, scientists, engineers, teachers, technicians, community leaders, energy planners, architects, students, librarians and others: provide information on energy conservation practices for rural communities, industry and transport; evaluate information on new and renewable sources of energy in use or under test in developed and developing countries; provide training materials, state of the art reviews, information searches, information on sources of expertise.
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