Efficiency, industry & smart infrastructure: recipe for cleantech in 2009
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Over April 28-30, 2009, more than 350 leaders of the clean technology sector, representing over $3 trillion in capital, together with investors, corporates, policy-makers, entrepreneurs and CEOs of sector leading companies, will convene in Copenhagen for Cleantech Forum XXII at the Radisson SAS Scandinavia.
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Cleantech Forum XXII represents a time-efficient and cost-effective opportunity to directly engage with all the key players in the clean technology innovation ecosystem of Europe, Israel and beyond. Meet the power players still investing, still creating jobs and wealth, and taking advantage of clean technology.
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Now, more than ever, making the business of cleantech matter
Clean technology is first and foremost about resource efficiency. In these challenging economic times, clean technology has the potential to offer economic growth, job creation and excellent investment opportunities, to solve real problems and cut costs.
The Cleantech Forum is the original clean technology conference. Now in its fifth year in Europe, the event is designed to offer a variety of ways to gain information and network with key individuals contributing to the growth of the sector.
- Learn from an agenda that provides a dynamic experience through off-site tours, plenary sessions, parallel tracks, side programs, and a vast array of subjects. Discussions on the issues the sector faces in these difficult times are incorporated into the event as attendees look at efficiency plays, ways to stop waste and save money, cleaner industry and smarter infrastructure.
- Growth companies, and those who are sector innovators, gain exposure to clean technology leaders and industry influencers.Over the course of the event, benefit from opportunities to network with 50 companies looking for advice, capital, partners, customers, talent - or all five.
- Study how the COP-15 summit in Copenhagen in December 2009 will affect the clean technology sector: What does the cleantech innovation/investment community want from its policy-makers? How will they outline the clean technology sector's role in the climate change agenda?
Cleantech Forum XXII featured speakers include:
||Jørgen Mads Clausen
President and CEO
Deputy Prime Minister
Climate Consortium Denmark
head of the IFC
Chief Economist, Climate Change
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Cleantech Forum: a unique opportunity to showcase global innovation
How is the global deal, scheduled to be signed at the COP-15 summit in Copenhagen in December 2009, shaping up? What can the policy makers do to help clean technology innovation accelerate? How is clean technology navigating the downturn? Which are the emergent trends and technologies?
Network with CEOs and executives from more than 50 leading clean technology companies from the Nordic region, Europe, Israel and the broad clean technology sector. All are looking to grow and will be looking for investors, customers, partners and talent. More than $1.5 billion USD has been raised by companies presenting at the Cleantech Forums since 2002.