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SETatWork Food for Thought Session
Monday 08 December 2008 16:00 - 17:30
World Trade Center - Conference room 2, Poznań, Poland

The SETatWork Food for Thought Session took place on 8 December 2008 as part of the week-long Econcern Sustainable Energy Event in parallel with the 14th Conference of the Parties (COP 14) in Poznań, Poland.

Participants at SETatWork Food for Thought session

The global society is faced with a huge challenge in order to meet the threat given by global warming. The project SETatWork aims to meet this challenge through the collaboration and partnerships between organisations in EU, Asia and South America, supported by the EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7).

The technology focus of SETatWork is on energy efficiency and polygeneration in the industry sector, with the industry dimension of the project being strengthened by the direct participation of industry associations.

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Presentations

The session presented ways in which to cope with the climate challenge in the industry sector, seen both from a European and Asian perspective.

The presentations were followed by refreshments, where SETatWork partners from the EU,
China, India and Chile were available to discuss opportunities in these markets.

Nils Daugaard Nils Daugaard, coordinator of the SETatWork Project, presented the SETatWORK project activities

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Marcus Götz

Marcus Götz, FutureCamp, presented how German companies are acting on the carbon markets, including initiatives taken to assist in their handling of CO2

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Luo Zhigang Luo Zhigang, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, presented CDM development in the south part of China with focus on potential in the industry sector

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