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EuroSun Committee
EuroSun Program
Abstract Submission
Paper Submission
Accompanying Persons
International exhibition
Technical Tours
Travel Information
What's New at EuroSun

Organised by:






The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES)


Scottish Solar Energy Group



with the support of:

Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley Tourist Board

Scottish Enterprise

Energy Centre for Sustainable Communities



Delivering sustainability

EuroSun 2006 was supported by the European Commission Intelligent Energy Europe Programme  Agreement No. EIE/SSE/05/032/S12.418438.

The objectives of the EuroSun 2006 conference were:

      To disseminate the latest knowledge on advances in solar and other renewable energy technologies to a European marketplace,

      To promote education on solar energy in Europe (particularly in schools)

      To promote the use of solar energy in Europe.

      To demonstrate the potential for the use of renewable energy technologies to contribute to European energy supply (electricity, heat and fuel) and the potential for reduction of energy consumption in buildings.

The EuroSun 2006 action was divided into 4 Work Packages

  1. Pre-event activities
  2. Event activities
  3. Post-event activities
  4. Reporting to the European Commission

Individual deliverable items arising from the action can be downloaded below:

Conference Organising Committees

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers

Developing Countries involvement

Invited Speakers and Conference Chairs

Conference Programme

Book of Abstracts

Conference Proceedings


Solar Schools Exhibition

Conference Prizes

Accompanying Persons Programme

Technical Tours

Evaluation Questionnaire

Conference Outcomes

Sponsor Details

Press Releases


For further information on any and all matters concerning EuroSun 2006 please contact the Secretariat of the Solar Energy Society

The Solar Energy Society (UK-ISES)

P.O. Box 489



OX14 4WY


Tel: +44 7760 163559; +44 207 922 1652

Fax: +44 1235 848684

E-mail:    info@uk-ises.org

Website: www.uk-ises.org