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Partner Matching Services

The SETatWork Project has now come to an end. However, you can still view the presentations from Match-making events on this page by clicking on the link below:

In addition, you can find details of Partners and Project Ideas registered with SETatWork, as well as Good Practice and other Case Studies in the SETatWork Database.

How Partners and Project Ideas were Identified

Organisations that offered sustainable energy technologies or project development services and wanted to find project owners, or were involved in a project and were seeking project development assistance or technology suppliers, were invited to complete the SETatWork Partner Matching Form. You can find details of these organisation in the Partner Search section of the SETatWork database.

How Organisations and their Services and Projects were promoted

Organisations that provide Technologies or Services within the Sustainable Energy and/or Carbon Markets were invited to submit their details for inclusion in the SETatWork Database.

Technology and Service Providers involved in Good Practice projects were also added to this database as the SETatWork project progresses.

Registered organisations were promoted by SETatWork even if they were unable to attend one of the SETatWork Partner Matching events which took place in 2009 and 2010.

SETatWork and T@W Match-making Events (2008-2010)

Details of SETatWork and T@W Match-making Events are listed below by country.

Multi-national Match-making and Facilitation Events
SETatWork Logo12-13 December 2009
SETatWork Event during Bright Green (COP15)
Forum Copenhagen, Denmark - Stand No. 90
Bright Green Logo
As part of the SETatWork project, a stand was taken at the Bright Green Exhibition. Bright Green was organised by the Confederation of Danish Industry and took place in Copenhagen on 12-13 December 2009 in connection with the climate conference COP15.

The aim of the SETatWork intervention at Bright Green was to establish contacts between actors on the carbon markets, through match-making events and dissemination of information about:
  • SETatWork's activities
  • EU ETS projects and energy efficiency training in Europe
  • CDM in Asia, South America and Africa
  • Sustainable Energy Technology and service providers
Further information
10 March 2008
T@W Sustainable Energy Technology at Work
Business Opportunities for Sustainable Energy Technologies
in Asia
- Workshop and Partner Matching Event
Copenhagen Denmark
T@W arranged a workshop and partner matching event on 10 March 2008 in connection with Carbon Market Insights (CMI), an annual event for the Carbon Markets, which takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark from 11-13 March 2008.

The T@W workshop covered the latest and most relevant issues regarding the development of carbon markets and the possibilities for technology transfer. Speakers from the European Commission, Danish Confederation of Industries and European Investment Bank took part, as well as speakers presenting their experience from CDM projects in China, Thailand and Malaysia.

Further information about this event
Bulgaria
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Bulgaria, contact: Ivanka Pandelieva, Sofia Energy Centre (SEC) - ivankap@sec.bg
SETatWork Logo14 June 2010
SETatWork Match-making Event: European Emission Trading Scheme in Bulgaria – Opportunities and Challenges
Sofia, Bulgaria
In the framework of SETatWork Project, Sofia Energy Centre organized a matchmaking event on European Emission Trading Scheme in Bulgaria - Opportunities and Challenges. The event was held on 14 April 2010 in Sofia as a Parallel Session at 6th National Congress and Exhibition for South-East Europe, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources. Simultanoulsy an exhibition of main energy saving and renewable energy technolgies took place, where more than 50 compnaies from all over Europe, China and USA presented their activities and opprotunities for emission saving technologies, projects and initiatives.

PDF IconWorkshop Report (298 Kb PDF)
SETatWork Logo3 June 2010
SETatWork Match-making Event: European Emission Trading Scheme – History and Perspectives in Bulgaria
Sofia, Bulgaria
In the framework of SETatWork Project, Sofia Energy Centre organized a matchmaking event on European Emission Trading Scheme – History and Perspective in Bulgaria. The event was held on 3 June 2010 in Sofia in parallel to the International Ecoforum Save Energy, Save Water, Save the Planet with the main aim to bring forward the technology transfer from Europe to Bulgaria in regard to environment protection. It gave the opportunity for direct contact with professionals and investors from Europe receiving specific information on the status and market trends in Bulgaria and Europe and realising trade and technical cooperation.

PDF IconWorkshop Report (281 Kb PDF)
China
SETatWork Logo19 & 21 April 2010
Sino-EU Workshops on Sustainable Energy Technology
Hangzhou & Guangzhou, China
Logo - Zhejiang Energy Research Institute of China Logo - GIEC

SETatWork Matchmaking Events were held in Guangzhou on 19 April 2010 and in Hangzhou on 21 April 2010.

The main objective of these events was to create a platform for close interaction between:
  1. CDM project developers in China,
  2. sellers and buyers of carbon credits,
  3. Sustainable Energy Technology providers and
  4. Industries in EU-ETS
by highlighting the technologies needed and the technologies available in developed countries to promote energy efficiency in China by facilitating Business to Business (B2B) meetings.

For further information about the event in Guangzhou, please contact:

Logo - GIECMr. Luo Zhigang
Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conservation (GIEC)
No 2, Nengyuan Road, Wushan Tianhe District,
Guangzhou, China
Tel: +86 20 87057771; email: Luozg@ms.giec.ac.cn

For further information about the event in Hangzhou, please contact:

Logo - Zhejiang Energy Research Institute of China Ms. Huang Dongfeng
Zhejiang Energy Research Institute (ZERI)
218 Wen’er Road, Hangzhou 310012, China
Tel: +86-571-88840792; email: huangdf@zeri.org.cn

Minutes and further information for these events
17-18 January 2008
T@W Facilitation Workshop in China
Guangdong Hotel, Guangzhou, China
This event is one of four Facilitation workshops taking place in January and February 2008, with the aim of encouraging interaction between market actors in Asia and EU.

PDF IconWorkshop Highlights (296 Kb PDF) | Further Information
Czech Republic
For further information about SETatWork matchmaking events in Czech Republic, contact: Marcel Lauko, Energy Centre Bratislava - lauko@ecb.sk
SETatWork Logo29 April 2010
Matchmaking event during CEE Energy Trading 2010
Prague, Czech Republic
Polish and Slovak SETatWork partners will be arranging a project brokerage matchmaking event in parallel with CEE Energy Trading 2010 in April 2010.

For further information about this SETatWork match-making event contact: Primum Polska
Maria Szweykowska-Muradin - m.szweykowska@primum-polska.pl
    Tel: +48 61 858 28 12
Natalia Makowska - n.makowska@primum-polska.pl
    Tel: +48 61 858 2805

A central and unified platform for Power, Oil, Gas, Coal, and Emissions Trading in the regions of Central and South Eastern Europe is currently being established. It is essential that all market participants acknowledge this and conform to this change. This opportunity to enter into these emerging markets and gain influence with local and developing companies will be very important to those eyeing opportunities in new areas.

Current fragmentation in the power market should be addressed as integration will help in generating transparent and efficient markets. But, with many complexities in the market including a problem with multiple borders and monopoly shareholders in these regions, the CEE and SEE is also in need of regeneration. Priorities which need addressing include congestion management, generating market transparency, understanding how to get around entry barriers, and finding regulatory competency.

Now in its 7th year in the Energy market, EastEuro Link will once again provide a platform to discuss issues and create new networking opportunities. As the market opens, it is important to be flexible and know how to adapt to this potential. The CEE Energy Trading 2010 event should help you equip yourself with essential knowledge and contacts in growing industries.

Find out more at: www.easteurolink.co.uk/csee-energy-trading

PDF Icon Addressing the EU ETS scheme beyond 2012 (2026 Kb PDF)
Denmark
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Denmark, contact: Nils Daugaard, Energy Consulting Network - info@setatwork.eu
SETatWork Logo28 October 2010
Climate and Energy Conference
Roskilde, Denmark
The Energy and Climate event in Roskilde was organized jointly by the industry network initiative Zero Carbon Network and the SETatWork project, represented by Energy Consulting Network.

Zero Carbon Network is an initiative for encouraging companies in the Zealand area to undertake energy and climate measures. There are 25 company members in the network committed to take such a path - see: www. zero- carbon.dk

The event attracted around 50 participants, comprising representatives of both the industry and public sector.

The purpose of the event was to:
  • Inform about policy initiatives in the energy and climate sector
  • Showing Good Practice of company initiatives
  • Enlighten the media’s role in the awareness of energy and climate
  • Foster discussion of what factors influence policy oriented action and what initiatives could be taken to match actors and interests
PDF IconEvent Summary (329 Kb PDF)
Germany
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Germany, contact: Josef Konradl, KEWOG Städtebau GmbH, Unit ZREU - j.konradl@kewog.de
SETatWork Logo10 March 2010
B2B matchmaking event for more innovation and less CO2
IHK München


Heating and cooling are both major factors influencing energy consumption in companies. In order to prove the energy saving potential of innovative heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems and to offer a marketing platform for technology providers, KEWOG Städtebau GmbH and Chamber of Commerce, Munich, joined forces to organise a matchmaking event with focus on HVAC technologies.

The SETatWork matchmaking event was attended by around 90 participants that could benefit from presentations that portrayed the energy saving potential of intelligent technology like solar cooling, fuel switch or re-cooling of chillers. Seventeen innovative technology providers presented their products and services and were available for personal talks with the companies interested in energy saving heating, ventilation and air-conditioning processes.
India
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in India, contact: Prabhat Upadhyaya, The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) - prabhat@teri.res.in
SETatWork Logo15-16 March 2010
Facilitation Workshop under the SETatWork project: Matchmaking event between CDM project developers & EU stakeholders in the field of Energy Efficiency (EE) and Energy Saving Technologies (EST)
New Delhi, India
TERI Logo

This regional facilitation workshop was organised by TERI. Its main objective is to create a platform for close interaction between:
  1. CDM project developers in India,
  2. sellers and buyers of carbon credits,
  3. Sustainable Energy Technology providers and
  4. Industries in EU-ETS
by highlighting the technologies needed and the technologies available in developed countries to promote energy efficiency in India by facilitating Business to Business (B2B) meetings.

Further Information and Presentations
21–22 February 2008
T@W Facilitation Workshop in India
New Delhi, India
This event is one of four Facilitation workshops that took place in January and February 2008, with the aim of encouraging interaction between market actors in Asia and EU.

Further information about this event
Italy
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Italy, contact: Filippo Vivarelli - filippo.vivarelli@etaflorence.it
ETA Florence - Renewable Energies
SETatWork LogoFriday 10 September 2010
SETatWork Matchmaking Workshop:
Possibilità per l'Emission Trading System

Rome Fair Center, Italy
The ETS match-making event was organized on behalf of ZeroEmission Expo that took place in Rome from the 8th to the 10th of September 2010.

The key objective was to foster cooperation in the field of CDM projects; by creating contact between local CDM project developers & related business and EU stakeholders like buyers of CO2 credits and technology suppliers. This will be supplemented with other commercial and RTD activities.

The participants were interested in having contact with the organisations and companies for further business and learning about financing contacts. The event resulted in several contacts of direct interest to SETatWork activities.

It seems that some organisations want to have contact with national and international companies to be able to start working with their climate goals. For this CDM as mechanism is a very interesting financing model for them to be able to afford investing in clean technologies.

The technology focus is on energy efficiency and polygeneration in the industry sectors, but the scope of cooperation can cover broadly in the field of sustainable energy.

The main objectives of this workshops:

  • The participants had the opportunity to share experiences and discuss "face-to-face" regarding new business opportunities.
  • Identify the opportunities for specific action in the industries for CO2 reduction measures. This is to be achieved by local partners in coordination with important industry organisations.
  • Promote the implementation of innovative and sustainable technologies in companies that participate in EU Emissions Trading System.
  • Matching stakeholders involved in energy efficiency and savings in European industry sectors for realization of energy efficiency and saving projects.
After some presentations, all the participants had the opportunity to share experiences, discuss "face-to-face" to facilitate the realisation of the identified opportunities, present original ideas, and search for innovative technologies, projects and know-how, meet potential co-operation partners and promote their business.

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SETatWork LogoMonday, 3 May 2010 - Time: 15:30 - 18:00 - Room: Rhone 1
SETatWork Networking Workshop
during 18th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition
Lyon Convention Centre - Cité Internationale - France
The global society is faced with a huge challenge in order to meet the threat given by global warming. The project SETatWork - Sustainable Energy Technologies at Work 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).

In this context, an EU ETS match-making event was organized as a side event during the 18th European Biomass Conference with the following objectives:
  • to promote the implementation of innovative and sustainable technologies in companies that participate in EU Emissions Trading System
  • to match stakeholders involved in energy efficiency and savings in European industry sectors for realization of energy efficiency and saving projects
In the final part of the workshop, a "networking cocktail" was organized where participants had the opportunity to share experiences and discuss "face-to-face" regarding new business opportunities.

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Malaysia (T@W only)
27-28 February 2008
T@W Facilitation Workshop in Malaysia
Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
This event is one of four Facilitation workshops that took place in January and February 2008, with the aim of encouraging interaction between market actors in Asia and EU.

Further information about this event
Poland
Polish SETatWork partners arranged a project brokerage matchmaking event in parallel with CEE Energy Trading 2010 in Prague, Czech Republic in April 2010. See Czech Republic section, above for further information.

Further information about these SETatWork match-making events are available from: Primum Polska
Maria Szweykowska-Muradin - m.szweykowska@primum-polska.pl
    Tel: +48 61 858 2812
Natalia Makowska - n.makowska@primum-polska.pl
    Tel: +48 61 858 2805
SETatWork Logo27 May 2010
CO2 Markets in Post-Kyoto Period and Energy Efficiency in Practice
Warsaw, Poland
During this event, the following topics were discussed:
  • Changes in the EUETS system after 2012 vs. the volumes of emissions. Targets to be achieved according to the EU directives
  • CO2 markets in post-Kyoto period and energy efficiency in practice
  • Shape and size of the CO2 market. Simulations of emission allowances price formation till 2012 and prognosis of market behaviour after 2012
  • Possibilities arising from the GHG market – examples of actions
  • Shape and size of the CO2 market. Simulations of emission allowances price formation till 2012 and prognosis of market behaviour after 2012
  • Legal aspects of the CO2 emission trading. How to prepare contracts, negotiate deals
  • Possibilities of using subsidies for energy efficiency improvement in industry within the framework of the sales program of AAU units by the Polish government
The conference attracted about 100 participants. SETatWork project and its possibilities were described by Izabela Kielichowska from Primum Polska, while Marcel Lauko from Energy Centre Bratislava presented current issues of EU ETS implementation in Slovakia.
Slovak Republic
For further information about SETatWork matchmaking events in Slovakia, contact: Marcel Lauko, Energy Centre Bratislava - lauko@ecb.sk
SETatWork Logo18-20 May 2010
SETatWork Matchmaking event within International scientific event Power Engineering 2010 (ENERGETIKA 2010) which includes three international scientific conferences: Energy - Ecology - Economy 2010, Control of Power Systems 2010, Renewable Energy Sources 2010
Tatranske Matliare, Slovakia
Organiser: ECB Bratislava

Scope: Power plants, heat plants and other utilities have obsolete technological bases caused mainly by insufficient degree of cogeneration with inadequate emissions of carbon dioxide. Latest most-advanced technological improvements shall be presented.

Target Audience: Higher and medium-rank management of steel-, crude-oil-processing, paper-making-, cement-, chemical-, car-manufacturing-, wood-processing-, glass-, civil industries as well as representatives of manufacturers of energy generating machinery and equipment, financing institutions managers, applied science & university experts.

Background: The Matchmaking will be held together with a Training event within International scientific event Power Engineering 2010 (ENERGETIKA 2010) which includes three international scientific conferences: Energy - Ecology - Economy 2010, Control of Power Systems 2010, Renewable Energy Sources 2010
SETatWork Logo9–10 February 2009
Biomass - instrument for reduction of CO2 emissions
SETatWork Matchmaking event during 7th International Slovak Biomass Forum
Bratislava, Slovakia
The International Slovak Biomass Forum event is traditionally an opportunity for all relevant stakeholders in biomass business to share their visions, ideas, needs, problems and solutions.

The Energy Centre Bratislava as organizer of this international conference and at the same time member of the SETatWork project consortium utilized the participation of technology providers at one side and their potential clients (especially from industries and municipalities) at other side for mutual benefit of both sides as well as for benefit of the project.

This was done through organization of standalone SETatWork Parallel session Biomass - instrument for reduction of CO2 emissions. This session was organized as matchmaking meeting.

The introduction to the topic of emissions savings was provided by presentations of following experts:

Name Company Presentation
Peter Luby INGENERGO /ECB Technological possibilities of emissions reduction, Project SETatWork
Heimo Friede Siemens Siemens technologies compatible with environmental requirements like reduction of CO2 emissions
Juraj Konya Viessmann Possibilities for electricity production from CO2 neutral fuels
Zbigniew Kocur Intech Slovakia Biomass for Slovenské rudohorie - the biggest Slovak regional project of CO2 reduction by RES utilisation
Radoslav Mizera Finpro Clean technologies from Finlad and possibilities of their financing by emission trading

Jiří Balajka

Ecosys Role of biomass in the energetics in terms of security of supply and environmental impact
Sweden
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Sweden, contact: Pernilla Holgersson, KanEnergi - pernilla.holgersson@kanenergi.se
SETatWork Logo25 May 2010
Possibilities for Bioenergy Companies to Access New Markets - Financial and supporting opportunities to export bioenergy
Jönköping, Sweden
This event was planned in collaboration with the organized matchmaking that took place during World Bioenergy 2010. The side event to World Bioenergy 2010 was organized between EEN, Bioenergy Promotion and SETatWork.

Further information and presentations
Thailand
For further information about SETatWork match-making events in Thailand, contact: Prof. Thierry Lefèvre, Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) - t.lefevre@ceerd.net
SETatWork Logo18-19 February 2010
Facilitation Workshop under the SETatWork project: Matchmaking between CDM project owners & EU stakeholders and other forms for business cooperation in the field of Energy Efficiency and Renewable energy
A side-event of “Energy Saving 2010” Exhibition and Conference
Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC)
Bangkok, Thailand
CEERD Logo     Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO)

The SETatWork project team in Bangkok – the Centre for Energy Environment Resources Development (CEERD) – and its other project partners, organised a Facilitation Workshop on 18 and 19 February 2010, at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), as a side-event “Energy Saving 2010” Exhibition and Conference. The workshop was co-sponsored by the Thai DNA, the Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (TGO).

The event combined two days (with 70 participants each) with the theme of “Energy Efficiency and Conservation” (18 February) and “Renewable Energy and Cogeneration” (19 February).

The main objectives of the Facilitation Workshops were:

  1. to present best available technologies for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and the opportunities for CERs sales to European entities;
  2. to present to project owners how the CDM cycle can help finance projects and technologies; and
  3. to facilitate business to business meetings (B2B) between Companies, Project owners, Project developers, Technology suppliers and Financing institutions from Europe and South East Asia.

The B2B meetings took place in the afternoon, at the SETatWork booth (50 sqm in the Exhibition Hall) which was opened to business visitors to the exhibition.

Further information and presentations
25-26 February 2008
T@W Facilitation Workshop in Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand
This event is one of four Facilitation workshops that took place in January and February 2008, with the aim of encouraging interaction between market actors in Asia and EU.

Further information about this event