Free special event: export opportunities for renewable heating and cooling technologies

How can renewable heating and cooling technologies ‘made in Germany’ be successful in the international marketplace? A specialist event on 10 December 2015 in Berlin will give entrepreneurs practical information on market potentials and export possibilities. Participation is entirely free.

12/11/2015

Renewable heating and cooling technologies open up promising international markets and export opportunities for medium-sized enterprises in Germany. So that German businesses can make the best use of this potential, adelphi and enviacon international are together organising a special event as part of the 'renewables – Made in Germany' initiative and the 'Energy Efficiency made in Germany' initiative:

"Exportchancen für erneuerbare Wärme- und Kältetechnologien"
(Title translated: Export Opportunities for Renewable Heating and Cooling Technologies)
10 December 2015, 10:00 – 17:30

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Eichensaal
Invalidenstraße 48
10115 Berlin

The event offers businesses an opportunity to find out directly from market experts how German medium-sized enterprises can best make use of the potential already available in renewable heating and cooling technologies in the international market place. Alongside information on the most promising markets for local heating and cooling grids and on renewable heating and cooling, participants will receive insights into international strategies and support instruments for the relevant renewable energy technologies.

Alongside informative presentations, participants will receive practical information from business representatives who have already put in place successful projects for renewable heating and cooling abroad. The event offers room for questions to experts and entrepreneurs and opportunities for participants to network.

REGISTRATION (PDF, German): http://adelph.it/WKAnmeldung
PROGRAMME (PDF, German): http://adelph.it/WKProgramm

Participation is free but places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. If you are interested in taking part, then please register as early as possible to secure your spot. Closing date for registrations is 1 December 2015.

Further information can be found on the 'renewables – Made in Germany' website.