International Conference on Renewable Energy  and Climate Change 2014

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About ICRECC 2014

Pacific Island Countries face many common challenges, including lack of indigenous fossil fuel supply, their remoteness and the low-lying nature of their island homes. This makes them susceptible to economic challenges such as fuel price shocks as well as extreme weather events, sea level rise, storm surges and ground water pollution caused by climate change.


A primary aim of this conference is to provide a platform for the people of the Pacific to meet, mingle and share with their counterparts from the ACP as well as their development partners their knowledge and experiences and perhaps work out their own strategies for solving their common problems.  The ICRECC2014 could also be used as an excellent opportunity for team building and informal forward planning. The wealth of knowledge and experience available at the Conference will be enormous considering the number of participants who would attend and as such we hope you will use this as an opportunity to establish both personal and professional links that are lasting and productive to you all.

Dates and Venue

Date :  July 14th - 18th, 2014

Venue : Lower Campus, USP


Tentative Programme


Call for Abstracts

Participants are invited to submit abstracts to the conference, a template for abstract submission is available for download. Download Template

For further information please contact: Sainimere Veitata on veitata_s@usp.ac.fj

Conference Themes

Conference Themes

1. Renewable Energy and Climate Change

2. Renewable Energy. Technology and Application

3. Renewable Energy, and Energy Efficiency

4. Sustainable Development

5. Policy, Economics and Financing

6. Regional, National and Global Projects and Initiatives

Important Dates and Deadlines

Deadline for submission of abstracts (Extended)

June 1st 2014

Deadline for registration of presenters

June 30th 2014


Register for ICRECC 2014

Registration is FREE !!!!

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Conference Committee

Working committee:
Professor Elisabeth Holland – chairperson
Dr Sarah Hemstock
Dr Anirudh Singh
Sainimere Veitata (administrator)

Anitelu Mata St John (Conference Planner)

Organizations/Institutes member of the committee:
USP School of Economics
USP School of Engineering and Physics
Secretariat of Pacific Community (SPC)
Department of Energy, Fiji (DoE)
International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP)
Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS)
Initiative for an International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

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