Essen, 12th February 2024: The Swedish Energy Agency is organizing the Swedish Energy Pavilion for the fourth time at E-world Energy & Water 2024, showcasing twelve selected innovative cleantech solutions and the companies behind them in Hall 5.
Since 2014, the Swedish Energy Agency has actively fostered bilateral cooperation between Germany and Sweden, aiming to facilitate knowledge exchange and collaboration in key areas such as heating and cooling, smart cities, mobility, and industrial transition.
“We aim to provide a platform for our co-exhibitors where they can present their innovative solutions that address the mutual challenges faced in the energy and water sectors,” says Ludwig Lindström, Senior Advisor International Markets at the Swedish Energy Agency.
The Pavilion, also called “The Green Machine”, will feature solutions from these Swedish companies:
- Baselight develops flexible devices, such as lighting products for area and surface lighting, for demanding environments.
- ClimaCheck has developed a method for analyzing cooling and heating processes to optimize the functionality of air conditioning, refrigeration, and heat pump systems.
- DTR-1 enables grid operators to transfer more capacity, creating space for the expansion of renewable energy plants and increasing flexibility.
- Eliq offers a cutting-edge SaaS platform that utilizes AI and data from unique customer interactions.
- Emulate Energy's cloud platform empowers energy providers to connect with decentralized energy resources.
- Kiona offers a proptech platform that can digitize buildings and their heating, cooling, ventilation, and refrigeration systems.
- Liqway has an innovative solution for quicker, more secure welding connections in local district heating networks.
- Metacon specializes in cost-effective technologies for producing hydrogen from biogas or other hydrocarbons, utilizing electrolysis and biogas or biomethane reforming.
- Metrum specializes in the development of distinctive system solutions tailored for measuring energy, disturbances, and faults within the realm of power quality.
- Processkontroll Green Technology offers compressed and liquefied natural and biogas stations in various configurations.
- Skawen offers innovative ventilation solutions for buildings, incorporating thermodynamic algorithms and real-time data dashboards.
- Skyqraft transforms aerial grid images into valuable management information through artificial intelligence.
Are you interested in meeting up with one of these companies? Visit the Swedish Energy Pavilion in Hall 5, Booth 5A115, or schedule an appointment in advance to explore potential collaborations and innovations. Välkommen to the Green Machine!
Christiane Binsteiner Foberg
German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce
Senior Project Manager
Phone: +46 70 186 64 11
About the Swedish Energy Agency:
The Swedish Energy Agency is a Swedish governmental organisation with an overall responsibility of promoting sustainable energy systems using renewable energy, energy efficient technologies, a smarter end-use of energy and mitigation of climate change. Besides policy development and international collaborations, the Swedish Energy Agency is also an active public financier of R&D and early and growth stage clean tech companies in Sweden through a system of grants. Bilateral and multilateral agreements are critical to achieve the objectives of a sustainable energy system, including knowledge exchange and support for Swedish cleantech companies to expand on international markets.
About the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce
The German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is since 1951 the central point of contact for promoting the development of German and Swedish trade and business relations. It is part of the German chamber of commerce network and well connected with companies, authorities, and institutional partners. The services include finding and matching business partners, distributors, sales agents, and importers. Since 2014 the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce is running the German accelerator program in cooperation with the Swedish Energy Agency, helping Swedish cleantech companies expand into the German market. This includes individual business partner match-making, intercultural coaching, delegation trips to Germany, market analyses and activities at trade fairs.