28 February 2001 18.00 Energy Gala
festive awards ceremony of the Energy Globe Award 2001 1 March 2001 9.00-12.30 Seminar "Innovative biomass technologies" 10.00 Guided tour of the "Energiesparmesse"
in English, French, Italian, Czech/Slowak, Spanish, German World Sustainable Energy Day 200113.30 Opening of the WORLD SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DAY 2001
Josef Fill, Regional Minister for Energy, Upper Austria
Bruno Zluwa, Director-General for Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Labour, Austria
Günther Hanreich, Director, European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport 14.30 Climate, energy, sustainability - the results of climate impact research
Hans-Joachim Schellnhuber, Director, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam/Germany 14.50 Global efforts on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
Hans Jørgen Koch, Director Energy Efficiency, Technology and R & D, International Energy Agency, Paris/France 15.10 Energy 21 ? the energy strategy of Upper Austria
Gerhard Dell, Energy Commissioner of Upper Austria, O.Ö. Energiesparverband, Linz/Austria 15.30 Towards a sustainable economy - technology research in Austria
Michael Paula, Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, Vienna/Austria 16.10 Discussion/Coffee breakCompanies2 March 2001TransportBuilding & HousingPrivate and public initiatives
16.40 The largest solar cooling plant in the world
Panos Lamaris, President, SOLE S.A., Athens/Greece 17.00 Sacramento - a city installs 15 MW photovoltaics
Donald E. Osborn, Superintendent, Power Generation Department, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Sacramento/USA 17.20 New energy for skis - a biomass trigeneration plant for the world market leader Fischer
Helmut Roithmayer, Managing Director, Scharoplan GmbH, Linz/Austria 17.40 The world's largest off-shore windpark owned by 8,500 citizens
Jens H. Larsen, Project Leader,Copenhagen Environment and Energy Office, Copenhagen/Denmark 18.00 Presentation of the special awards "Learning for the future"20.00 Evening programme
2 March 2001Transport9.00 ESF - a software system for high speed trains
Martin Rühl, Manager Division Austria, Transport-, Informatik- und Logistik-Consulting GmbH, Vienna/Austria 9.20 The JUPITER initiative - seven European cities show the way to sustainable urban transport
David Blackledge, Corporate Director, Tansport & Travel Research Ltd., Litchfield/United Kingdom 9.40 Energy in a perfect cycle - a renewable energy transport project
Karl Totter, President, SEEG-Mureck, Mureck/Austria Building and Housing10.00 The new "Rijkswaterstaatkantoor" office building: sense and sensibility
Hiltrud Pötz, Architect, opMAAT, Delft/The Netherlands 10.20 Electricity supply with micro hydro power for 75 villages in Sri Lanka
M.A. Lahiru Perera, Regional Director, ITDG, Colombo/Sri Lanka 10.40 The Kronsberg model - sustainable building for the future
Hans Mönninghoff, Erster Stadtrat und Umweltdezernent der Landeshauptstadt Hannover, Hannover/Germany 11.20 Discussion/Coffee breakPrivate and public initiatives11.50 The energy efficiency campaign in Peru - an answer to "El Nino"
Julio César Romaní Aguirre, Head of the Peruvian Energy Saving Project, Ministerio de Energia y Minas, Lima/Peru 12.10 Aero ? the Danish solar island
Niels Aage Jensen, Chairman, Marstal Fjernvarme A.m.b.A., Marstal/Denmark 12.30 "Energy SMART" - an Australian business programme
Mark Fogarty, Executive Director, SEDA, Sydney/Australia 12.50 Discussion13.00 Concluding Statement
Wilhelm Molterer, Federal Minister for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Vienna/Austria 13.20 End of conference14.45-19.00 Seminar "Rural electrification using renewable energy sources in developing countries"
in English, French, Italian, Czech/Slowak, Spanish, German 3 March 2001 10.00 Guided tour of the "Energiesparmesse"