Fossil and Renewable Energy - 2022 Conference

February 15-17, 2022 | USA

Renewable Energy
United Scientific Group a non-profit organization takes the honor to invite you to the Sixth International Conference on Fossil & Renewable Energy which will be held on February 15-17, 2022 at Houston, TX. The conference follows the five successful editions held in Las Vegas (2016), Houston, TX (2018), San Francisco (2019), Houston, TX (2020), F&R Energy-2021 (Virtual) and would like to continue our success journey further. The F&R Energy team will organize and execute the most timely, insightful, and respected conferences in the Fossil and Renewable energy sector, providing attendees with the edge they need to overcome the challenges of today’s operating environment. The aim of the conference is to bring together all the key stakeholders interested in Fossil and Renewable Energy Sources to share and discuss advances and developments in these fields. It is therefore aimed at assisting academicians, business executives, researchers, scientists, manufacturers, companies, communities, and agencies to keep abreast on new developments in their specialist fields and to join forces in finding alternative energy solutions to current issues.

Spotlight

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