28 September 1994
Eng. M. Maher Abaza Address to Opening Session of CIGRE, U.N. Conference on Population and Development
Dear GENI Friend,
Years of hard work to validate GENI's credentials
have just been corroborated further by the Minister
of Electricity and Energy of Egypt. Eng. M. Maher
Abaza keynoted the opening session of CIGRE
(International Conference on Large High
Voltage Electric Systems) in Paris last month. Over
2000 engineers from around the world heard his energy
plan for an
I have enclosed the final page of his presentation
Graeme Edwards (GENI Board member) and I carried
that momentum into the Cairo event,
We couldn't drive this proposal forward without your assistance. I'd like to ask for a bit extra this month for you to write a brief letter to Vice President Gore at the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20500 or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Express your commitment to the GENI proposal and ask him for funding and research assistance (and include Minister Abaza's attachment). Of any politician, Al Gore understands the interconnectedness of energy, environment, population, development, trade and peace.
In Partnership for the Planet,
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