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Cablegate: Washington Renewable Energy Conference Information

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SUBJECT: WASHINGTON RENEWABLE ENERGY CONFERENCE INFORMATION
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Post relayed reftel information on the Washington
International Renewable Energy Conference (WIREC 2008) in
March 2008 to the Department of Foreign Affairs (Deputy
Director USA Desk), the Department of Minerals and Energy
(Dr. Elsa du Toit), and the South Africa Energy Research
Institute (SANERI). SANERI CEO Kevin Nassiep told
Minerals/Energy Officer that he is interested in representing
SANERI and would welcome additional information.
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