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Business Conference: Trans technological energy solutions for industry
October 15th in Auckland. At the one-day conference, up to eight German companies active in the field of efficient energy supply systems will present their technology.
Monday 15 October 2018, 9.30am - 5.30pm at the Hilton Auckland, Princes Wharf, 147 Quay Street, Auckland 1010.
The German-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce would like to extend an invitation to you to attend the Business Conference on trans technological energy solutions made in Germany.
At the one-day conference, up to eight German companies active in the field of efficient energy supply systems will present their technology and hope to establish new business partnerships through a series of individual meetings after the conference with local companies in New Zealand and Australia.
Please click here for the full program the conference.
Key speakers from New Zealand, Australia and Germany will discuss energy trends as well as energy efficient solutions in manufacturing and engineering.
Come along, network and enjoy a drink with us.
NZ & AUS Expert Speakers:
Andrew Caseley, CEO, EECA
Kirk Archibald, Energy Efficiency & Sustainability Manager, Auckland Council
Dr Ali GhaffarianHoseini, Programme Leader for Architectural Engineering, AUT University
Dr Amirhosein Ghaffarianhoseini, University Lecturer at Auckland University of Technology
Jonathan Jutsen, Chairman, Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity, A2EP
German companies will present their specific energy solutions at the conference and have an open discussion with all participants and experts. This is a great opportunity to meet with industry professionals in engineering and manufacturing from 3 countries.
Power Recycling Energyservice GmbH.
The project is funded by the German Energy Solutions Initiative of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and is organised by the German-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Inc.
*Price is complimentary, however, we need to state that “no-shows” will be charged $20.00 ex GST to cover catering costs.