Talk:International Council on Solar Energy
Abrilleron would like to join. Located on a relatively flat island in the tropics, Abrilleron has always heavily invested in solar(and wind) power.
Hello 'executives' of ICSE - can you tell me, what does ICSE actually do? Are there any benefits of joining other than being part of an international bureaucratic network (which has only existed for 3 years)? This it what it says on the (real world) International Solar Energy Society home page www.ises.org "The International Solar Energy Society (ISES) strives for 100% renewable energy for everyone used wisely and efficiently. Learn about our 61 year history and our work through strong sections and global partners." This is not to knock Belphenia at all - I think it is great that it has incorporated solar into its framework. Only perhaps there is a 'more realistic' way of making the 'promoting solar energy' story/relationship work internationally and a better way than through simple 'regulation' (perhaps 'financial and technical support' instead)? I find it hard to believe that countries would join this organisation if it is as is stated on the page. And what is the 'museum' about?