Cleantech Innovators´ Club

6. Mai 2013

 

eseia was actively involved in two regional networking events of the Clean Tech Innovators´ Club, an informal Styrian get-together of innovators from inernational sciene, business and education and a collaboration between the Graz University of Technology with ECO World Styria and the Federation of Styrian Industries.Monika Lichtinghagen-Wirths, CEO of eseia member Bergischer Abfallwirtschaftsverband (BVA), introduced […]


 

eseia was actively involved in two regional networking events of the Clean Tech Innovators´ Club, an informal Styrian get-together of innovators from inernational sciene, business and education and a collaboration between the Graz University of Technology with ECO World Styria and the Federation of Styrian Industries.

Monika Lichtinghagen-Wirths, CEO of eseia member Bergischer Abfallwirtschaftsverband (BVA), introduced the Project :metabolon.

eseia member Joanneum Research presented the outcome of the Green Tech Research Strategy Process: The region of Styria decided to focus Greentech investment on „Smart Living“ in future.

Edgar Ahn presented the BDI Success Story ´Biomass to Liquid´. Other topics of the club were Smart Energy 4 Smart Cities (Energie Steiermark AG), energy efficiency in electric motors (Elin Motoren GmbH), Monitoring innovation processes (Joanneum Research RESOURCES).

The fourth Cleantech Innovators´ Club, which was hosted by Energy by Energie Steiermark, set a record with 107 innovators, including Director Theresia Vogel and Elvira Lutter of the Austrian Climate Fund and the sustainability coordinator of the Styrian overment Wilhelm Himmel.

esiea, 18.4.2013

 

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