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IEA Website Now Available 58 Different Languages

May 23, 2012 | By | Reply More
IEA Website Now Available 58 Different Languages

We at the International Energy Alliance are very excited to announce that as of today our website is now available in fifty-seven different languages in addition to English — Arabic, Chinese, German, Spanish, Russian, Swahili, and even Haitian Creole. See the list of tags at the bottom of this post for a complete list of available languages. The IEA board members believe that this will allow the IEA to better accomplish one of its first and primary goals of sharing information and collaborating with others all around the world. The IEA board hopes that in the future the population of individuals accessing the website will better reflect the world internet population. Making the IEA website available in such a great number of languages is a large step in that direction.

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A Renewable Germany

March 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
A Renewable Germany

The goal of the German government is to achieve a modern, climate-friendly, sustainable and secure energy supply for Germany. For this purpose, the use of renewable energies will be expanded rigorously and energy efficiency will be further increased with the aim of renewable energies contributing the main share to the energy supply –          German Federal […]

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