List of Exhibitors

09 - 12 September 2019   |   ADNEC
Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates
Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates
Company name
Country
Stand number
Solaxess Sa
Switzerland
Stand No. H8-350
Solaxess Sa

p.roethlisberger@solaxess.ch

www.solaxess.ch

Research, development, production, and selling/marketing of a nanotechnology film, which is integrated onto the PV module during its production by the PV manufacturer in order to make it perfectly white with a matte aspect. Other colors are also being developed.

SoleGrid Inc.
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
SoleGrid Inc.

sj.lee@solegrild.net

SoleGrid is a Korean SME. We are developing prototype PV blinds-type devices for generating electricity. We wish to develop thin film (silicon, CIGS, CIS, etc.) with any experts in the world. ​

Solge Corporation
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Solge Corporation

Hyuk Jin Kwon

khj@solge.com

+ 82 10 6734 1974

https://www.solge.com

Solge is a leading rotating equipment maintenance company, with 20 years experience.

SOLHO B.V.
Netherlands
Stand No. H8-350
SOLHO B.V.

adriano@solho.eu

http://www.solho.eu/

SOLHO designs and develops modular solar off-grid energy systems to power horticultural projects, boosting the transitions towards sustainable food provision. we have developed an innovative fully off-grid energy system called SPRHOUT (Solar PoweRed Horticultural Off-grid UniT) that, using solar power and thanks to a thermal energy storage system, fulfils the needs of a greenhouse based horticultural project (GBHP)The key components constituting the SPRHOUT technology are:
A field of solar thermal collectors
power unit converting thermal energy into electricity
a thermal energy storage (TES) system allowing round-the-clock
SOLHO’s core innovations are:
the TES, which is based on a proprietary design
the architecture facilitating the integration of the SPRHOUT with the greenhouse,
the advanced control strategy needed to operate the SPRHOUT and its interaction with the greenhouse
The SPRHOUT set the carbon footprint of a GBHP close to zero.The SPRHOUT is developed to power modern GBHPs

Sonagas
Stand No. H9-170

José Antonio NDONG ONDO

j.dong@sonagas-ge.com

Soraytec Scandinavia AS
Norway
Stand No. H8-350
Soraytec Scandinavia AS

thor@soraytec.com

soraytec.com

Established in 2015, Soraytec Scandinavia AS is a technology company focused on delivering a novel digital smart metering and intelligent fault detection solution to the power distribution and generation sector. Soraytec has begun the process of securing its Intellectual Property (IP) with a patent and is currently preparing for certification and commercial exploitation of its innovation. Commercial sales are expected to start 2019. The aim is to provide distribution service operators as well as micro grid operators and independent power producers (including distributed renewable energy sources) with the tools to reach maximum efficiency and the highest power quality possible. The unique sensors which are installed directly at medium and high voltage levels provide the required insides of the parameters at distribution levels to be able to synchronize the feed in of generators (including renewable energy sources)

Sougha Establishment
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H10-302
new
Sougha Establishment

Hanan AITenaiji

Hanan.AITenaiji@Khalifafund.ae

+971 (2) 696 0024

https://www.sougha.ae

Sougha offers a range of services to artisans or those who wish to make their way into the traditional artisan world, by helping them at each step. This is in line with Sougha’s vision, mission and goals, to empower Emirati women and provide them with specialized training programs to develop and refine their skills. Sougha provides marketing opportunities to showcase the products and sell them. Sougha has entered into numerous partnerships with various entities to promote the products and open more outlets locally and internationally. Sougha has also successfully attracted large numbers of women artisans who wish to improve their economic conditions and engage in the job market to demonstrate their ability, along with men, to contribute to the prosperity and growth of the UAE.

The services provided by Sougha to artisans are:

Empowering Emirati women
Providing training opportunities
Consultation
Marketing services

State Power Investment Corporation Limited
China
Stand No. H10-200
new
State Power Investment Corporation Limited

State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC) is an integrated energy group. In 2018, SPIC had a total installed capacity of 144 GW. It also owns a coal production, aluminum smelting capacity and railway transportation line.

SPIC owns a number of nuclear power plants (NPPs) under construction or in operation, and has developed the passive pressurized water reactor (PWR) - CAP1400. SPIC was the main EPC contractor for the four AP1000 nuclear units in China. SPIC was the main EPC contractor for the four AP1000 nuclear units in China.

SPIC has been a Fortune Global 500 company for eight consecutive years, ranking the 362nd in 2019. Its total assets of RMB 1,119 billion (USD 162 billion).

SPIC is committed to global businesses. It has a presence in 45 countries with 3.64 GW of controllable overseas projects in operation and 3 GW under construction. Currently, SPIC is undertaking 14 EPC projects.

SunCrafter
Germany
Stand No. H8-350
SunCrafter

lisa.wendzich@suncrafter.de

http://suncrafter.de/

SunCrafter has created a zero-carbon energy generation technology: By applying our own IP protected remanufacturing process onto decommissioned (early-loss) solar modules, we are upcycling them into extremely robust plug&play solar generators. Our technological approach sets out to disrupt the prevailing off-grid standards by radically cutting complexity and price while augmenting reliability, durability and safety. Creating a no-fuss clean energy source from existing materials offers two benefits from the business perspective: larger reach as even the remotest communities can afford and handle our systems without know-how as well as a lower price due to the cheap sourcing and our ability to save money on electrical parts and customer support.

SunPlower
Germany
Stand No. H7-192
new
SunPlower

Siva Chennupati

csr@sunplower.de

49 15255889945

https://www.sunplower.de

SunPlower's patented propeller uses both lift and drag efficiently and reduces expensive & heavy mast costs. On top of that, the propeller's blades can be flat, and can be used for solar panels. They are easy to manufacture in comparison to expensive 3D curved propellers. Even fabric can be used for making the propeller blades.

As the pitch of the propellers is synchronously varying while rotating, dust on the blades' solar panels is self-cleaned. It's easy to adapt to any wind direction, a yaw mechanism is simplified and more efficiently controlled.

Wind turbine applications:
- Building roofs, corners, mountain slopes
- Mobile phone towers back-up power
- Remote power for highways & agriculture
- Small & medium scale industry
- Scalable to offshore turbines with supporting strings

Other SunPlower propeller applications:
- Tidal/hydro (without a dam)
- Drones/air taxis
- Kites

Sunsawang Company Limited
Thailand
Stand No. H8-350
Sunsawang Company Limited

salinie@gmail.com

www.sunsawang.co.th

SunSawang is a social enterprise providing solar home systems and lanterns for rural villages along the Thailand-Myanmar border. The enterprise empowers locals through hiring and training village technicians and sales people to provide solar products and after-sales service. Previously, these villages, located in remote forested mountains, did not have basic grid-connected electricity. While the villagers are paying off the equipment with 5-year service contract in an affordable amount. This innovative approach increases the sustainability of the project and helping the villagers to earn more income for their families through evening productive activities, improving overall living conditions of the target communities.

SWCC
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H7-110
SWCC

"The Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) is a Saudi Government Corporation responsible for the desalination of seawater producing electric power and supplying various regions in the Kingdom with desalinated water. The corporation was established by royal decree dated 20/08/1394 H, corresponding to 07/09/1974 H, as an independent government corporation.

SWCC Vision:
Leadership and excellence in sea water desalination and power production.
SWCC Mission:
To meet the needs of our customers by providing them with desalinated seawater with effectiveness and credibility at the lowest cost possible and with the highest economic returns. Also, to motivating and investing effectively in human resources, developing the desalination industry, contributing to social and economic development while complying with safety and environmental standards"

SwitchDin
Australia
Stand No. H8-350
SwitchDin

andrew.mears@switchdin.com

https://www.switchdin.com/

"SwitchDin is a renewable energy innovation company providing edge-of-grid and microgrid energy management solutions that offer intelligent asset monitoring, real-time aggregation and advanced control support. We ensure utilities and energy service companies have visibility, flexibility and firm dispatch of heterogeneous fleets of small-scale distributed energy resources (DERs) while also improving outcomes for energy end-consumers.

In the small picture, SwitchDin’s Droplet controllers (or embeddable software) work to maximise the value of behind-the-meter energy assets through smart control of inverters, batteries and loads. Droplets may manage a single asset, multiple devices at a single site, or a combination of multiple devices and sites within a larger site (microgrid or embedded network).

TAEWON INDUSTRY
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
TAEWON INDUSTRY

SUNG-KYUNG SONG

MAC7777@naver.com

82 10 7140 4689

http://taewon-ind.com

Our company specializes in making bolts for piping clamps and high-pressure
low-pressure turbines for nuclear power, and is currently contracting about 200 cases with KHNP

TAQA Co.
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H7-110
TAQA Co.

"TAQA is a leading provider of superior end to end oilfield solutions for the regions’ dynamic energy industry; delivering quality products and equipment across the entire upstream value chain in Saudi Arabia.

Throughout the region that are designed to elevate performance and support sustainability and progress in the countries in which it operates. Established in 2003 with a broad mandate to localize the dynamic energy goods and services sector, TAQA is a Saudi Arabian Joint Stock Company with the Public Investment Fund owning 45.70% and the remaining 54.21% owned collectively by government agencies, Joint Stock Companies and several private and industrial investors representing a cross section of the Saudi industrial community."

TBEA Xinjiang Sunoasis Co., Ltd.
China
Stand No. H10-220
new
TBEA Xinjiang Sunoasis Co., Ltd.

Li Shuang

lishuang@tbea.com

+86-991-3672502

http://en.tbeaenergy.com/

TBEA provides green technology, reliable and efficient energy equipment and intelligent environmental solutions for customers, from survey to design, construction, installation, commissioning, training, operation and maintenance of turnkey engineering and system integration solutions. TBEA promotes green and efficient power grid construction, for the benefit of people from all countries, promoting the development of local communities and the economy.

Technical Review Middle East
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H9-320
Technical Review Middle East

Nelly Mendes

production@alaincharles.com

+44 (0) 207 834 7676

http://www.technicalreviewmiddleeast.com/

Published in English and Arabic since 1984, Technical Review Middle East provides incisive and in-depth coverage of the region's business and industrial markets. Reporting on sectors as diverse as renewables, power and logistics, construction and information technology, Technical Review Middle East has the largest ABC-audited circulation of any magazine covering the business and industrial markets of the Middle East and North Africa. It has established an enviable reputation for the breadth and depth of its editorial, as evidenced by the magazine's longevity.Technical Review Middle East is supported by a fortnightly e-newsletter and a website which is updated daily.

The Business Year
Turkey
Stand No. H9-263
The Business Year

Solen Cenberoglu

solen@thebusinessyear.com

+902123585888

https://www.thebusinessyear.com/

The Business Year is a global media group that has been providing investors, businesses, and governments with first-hand insights into the world’s most dynamic markets for over a decade. We conduct hundreds of interviews a week with top decision makers in the Middle East, Latin America, Central and Southeast Asia, Africa, and Europe. Our content is available in printed reports and across an array of digital platforms.

The Cooperation council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC)
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H9-200
new
The Cooperation council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC)

The United Arab Emirates

The State of Bahrain

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Sultanate of Oman

The State of Qatar

The State of Kuwait

The Drilling and Oil Magazine
Russia
Stand No. H9-430
The Drilling and Oil Magazine

Alexander Udinsky

alex@burneft.ru

7(499)613-93-17

http://www.burneft.ru

Drilling and Oil magazine is the leading industry magazine for drilling and oil industry workers. It covers geology, geophysics, design, construction and repair of oil and gas wells; analyzes drilling of reconnaissance, parametric, directional, branched and horizontal wells for oil and gas. It also highlights the problems of exploration, development, construction and development of oil and gas fields, including legal, tax and insurance aspects of oil and gas production, refining, production and sale of petroleum products. It presents domestic and foreign equipment for drilling, production and processing of hydrocarbons. Economic calculations of the costs associated with chisels, downhole motors, drill pipse, cleaning systems, drilling rigs, drilling mud and engineering drilling support are given. The magazine calls on an authoritative pool of authors, both experts and practitioners.

The Global Energy Association
Russia
Stand No. H7-170
The Global Energy Association

info@ge-prize.org

7 4957395435

https://globalenergyprize.org/en/

The Global Energy Association is a non-governmental organization with a particular focus on popularization and development of industry research, as well as promotion of energy cooperation.

Primary goals of the Association:

• Identify and support the best researchers in the field of energy;
• Encourage the world's leading experts to create innovations and discoveries in the field of energy
• Develop an energy dialogue, in which a leading role is assigned to scientists and creators of advanced technologies.

Main activities of the Global Energy Association:

• Management of the Global Energy Prize
https://globalenergyprize.org/en/about-the-prize/about-the-prize

• Organization of the Global Energy Youth Program
https://globalenergyprize.org/en/our-projects/international-youth-programme

• Promotion of energy dialogue through the Global Energy Prize Summit.
https://globalenergyprize.org/en/summit/2019

The Oil and Gas Year
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H9-265
The Oil and Gas Year

Angus Foggie

angus@theoilandgasyear.com

0033686619858

https://www.theoilandgasyear.com

The Oil & Gas Year (TOGY) delivers annual, country-specific business intelligence reports on key oil and gas markets worldwide.

Since it was established in 2005, TOGY has become a recognised actor in the global energy industry by working hand-in-hand with ministries, industry institutions, national and international oil companies.

Our books are widely used as critical business tools by energy investors to get to know the key actors, projects and underlying opportunities in emerging energy markets and to build long-lasting collaborations.

Our unrivalled reach into the boardroom can provide your organisation with the essential data tools to enter fresh markets, find partners and keep you abreast of market developments.

TOGY is the information and communication partner of choice for the largest industry in the world.

INFORMATION IS POWER

The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM
Russian Federation
Stand No. H7-160
new
The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM

Andrey Cheremisinov

press@rosatom.ru

+7 4999494412

http://rosatom.com

The State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM is a global technology leader. ROSATOM has assets and competencies at all stages of the nuclear production chain: from reactor design to NPP construction, from uranium mining to decommissioning of nuclear facilities. ROSATOM brings together about 400 enterprises and organizations, including the world's only nuclear icebreaker fleet. The Corporation is the global leader in simultaneous implementation of NPP power units and has the largest portfolio of foreign construction projects (36 NPP units in 12 countries). ROSATOM is the third in the world in nuclear power generation. ROSATOM manufactures equipment and produces isotopes for nuclear medicine, carries out research and material studies, assembles supercomputers and designs software. The company has business ventures covering various clean energy projects, including wind energy, and covers 17% of the global nuclear fuel market.

The Sun Exchange
South Africa
Stand No. H8-350
The Sun Exchange

abraham.cambridge@thesunexchange.com

www.thesunexchange.com

"Sun Exchange is a buy-to-lease solar marketplace where conscious capital accelerates the global transition to solar energy. The Sun Exchange’s online platform combines the decentralizing and democratising capabilities of solar power and blockchain-based finance with sharing economy principles to make the economic, social and environmental benefits of solar power more accessible and inclusive.
To date, we have facilitated financing for seven solar projects across South Africa (https://thesunexchange.com/project) which power organizations including schools, wildlife protection parks, factories and NGOs. Our solar project for the Stellenbosch Waldorf School (https://thesunexchange.com/project/stellenbosch-waldorf-school-15-kw-cape-town-south-africa) was the first solar project in the world to be financed with Bitcoin."

The Sustainabilist
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H8-265
new
The Sustainabilist

Musad Afzal

musada@dcce.ae

https://www.thesustainabilist.ae

The Sustainabilist is Dubai Carbon’s flagship monthly magazine showcasing the best in class sustainability pioneers and leaders within the region to stakeholders, investors, their peers and all interested parties. The magazine is designed to educate, stimulate and encourage readers to invest in a sustainable future and is the most widely-read green economy publication in the region. With a different monthly theme, it includes recurring sections alongside thought leadership articles, interviews, case studies & features.

Total
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H5-150
Total

Assma Gosaibat

ramesh.menon@total.com

+97126986168

https://www.total.com/en

Total is a major energy player, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. Our 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is safer, more affordable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, our ambition is to become the responsible energy major.

TRA
United Arab Emirates
TRA

Ahlam

ahlam.alfeel@tra.gov.ae

The UAE TRA was established by Federal Law by Decree No. 3 of 2003. It focuses on regulating the telecommunications sector, enabling government entities in smart transformation, and promoting cybersecurity to enhance happiness and wellbeing.
In the regulatory field, TRA focuses on ensuring excellent telecom services, developing the sector, protecting the interests of stakeholders, implementing relevant policy and regulatory frameworks, developing human resources and promoting research and development, to achieve the UAE’s leading regional and global position in the ICT sector. In enablement, TRA is responsible for digital transformation through two strategic goals: enhancing smart lifestyle and leadership in smart technological infrastructure in the UAE.
For more information, visit: www.tra.gov.ae

TRIS TUBE Co., Ltd.
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
TRIS TUBE Co., Ltd.

inhoyang@tristube.com

https://www.tristube.com

Stainless steel tube manufacturer
- Seamless and welded tube
- Straight and coil tube

UKB(UNIKOR BATTERY) CO.,LTD
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
UKB(UNIKOR BATTERY) CO.,LTD

chrisukb@ukbkorea.com

https://www.ukbkorea.com

UKB UNIKOR BATTERY has been in the industrial battery business for over 20 years, supplying to over 40 countries around the world. It provides the best solutions for energy storage systems & back up.

Industrial batteries, lead acid, gel, tubular, VRLA, deep cycle, lithium batteries, forklift batteries

UNISON eTech Co Ltd.
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
UNISON eTech Co Ltd.

We are manufacturing pipe hangers & supports, expansion joints, dampers and rubber bearings.

Uprise Energy
United States
Stand No. H8-350
Uprise Energy

jonathan@upriseenergy.com

http://upriseenergy.com

Uprise Energy is a San Diego, California based startup focused on energy and efficiency solutions. The initial product the company is bringing to market is the world’s first commercially sized mobile wind turbine.The Uprise Energy Mobile Power Station has a 10kW nameplate rating, fits in a 20’ shipping container, and sets up in one hour to produce clean,affordable electricity.The machine is designed to be especially efficient in low wind speeds, which allows it to be conveniently located near customers,particularly in areas that have historically relied on diesel generators for power. The Team has an impressive background that has led to this invention and they already have significant traction.
While the mobility of the Mobile Power Station is novel,it’s the performance of the machine and resulting low-cost per kWh that really sets it apart.We tested over 2 million unique blade shapes before selecting the one we’re using that achieves double the efficiency of the incumbent technology.

Upstream
Norway
Stand No. H6-P004
Upstream

Sidsel Norvik

sidsel.norvik@upstreamonline.com

+47 22001387

https://www.upstreamonline.com/

Upstream is the world's leading oil and gas industry news and business intelligence source and is read by almost 40,000 influential executives across 104 countries weekly. The business philosophy is to generate and distribute quality independent news and insight on the global oil and gas industry. With an experienced team of 29 reporters located in 14 key locations around the world, Upstream can provide the unbiased, independent journalism that business leaders have come to depend on to fill their news and information needs. Upstream publishes a weekly newspaper, a quarterly technology magazine and round-the-clock digital news coverage.

Utilities ME
Utilities ME

Mark Grennell

mark.grennell@itp.com

+971 4 444 3000

https://www.utilities-me.com/

Utilities Middle East is a monthly magazine that delivers news, data, analysis and strategic insights for senior professionals working at utilities companies across the GCC.

The publication is designed to enhance its readers' industry knowledge and provide them with the information they require to increase revenues, boost bottom lines, and improve the customer experience.

All of this industry news and information is also available online at www.utilities-me.com

Waterotor Energy Technologies
Canada
Stand No. H8-350
Waterotor Energy Technologies

mac.brown@yahoo.com

www.waterotor.com

"Waterotor Energy Technologies: Low Cost Power from Slow Moving Water.

The Waterotor combines hydrodynamic torque-generating blades that create drag and lift, a water-directing deflector, and a custom-designed electric generator, and other unique patent-protected features, all enabling the device to convert 30%+ of the energy in very slow-moving water to electricity. The Waterotor has low environmental impact and zero emissions."

Weathernews
France
Stand No. H6-P003
Weathernews

Ciro Borrelli

cborr@wni.com

00393429148186

https://global.weathernews.com/

Weathernews Inc. is the biggest private global provider of weather data and weather-related services, with a strong information technology orientation.

Established in 1986, the company has developed reliable and long-term cooperation with global companies, by providing weather services in over 44 different industries on land, sea and sky.

Over 1,000 employees around the world are dedicated to the safety of people and the environment. Operational centers in Tokyo, Oklahoma, Amsterdam and Copenhagen provide 24/ 7 countermeasure support 365 days of the year. The quality of information is constantly improved. WNI has strong observational infrastructure using the latest technology, and operates its own satellites. This allows us to set new trends in global weather information technology.

WEC - World Energy Council (Germany)
Germany
Stand No. H8-227
new
WEC - World Energy Council (Germany)

Mrs Flavia Jakob

jakob@weltenergierat.de

https://www.weltenergierat.de/

Weltenergierat – Deutschland is the national member representing the Federal Republic of Germany at the World Energy Council (WEC). Its members include companies in the energy industry, associations, academic institutions and individuals. As a non-governmental, joint-profit association, Weltenergierat – Deutschland is independent in its opinion. In the presidency of the society, all energy sources are represented. The objective of Weltenergierat – Deutschland is to implement and disseminate the WEC results in Germany, in particular, to bring the global and longer-term issues and needs of the energy and environmental policy to the attention of the national debate. To this purpose, Weltenergierat – Deutschland cooperates intensively in the positions and studies of WEC.

WEC - World Energy Council Turkey
Turkey
Stand No. H8-267
new
WEC - World Energy Council Turkey

Doğan Eşkinat

info@dunyaenerji.org.tr

90 3124419610

https://www.dunyaenerji.org.tr

The World Energy Council Turkish National Committee was founded in 1949 as an “organisation serving the public interest” and acts as an umbrella organisation for energy-related NGOs operating in the country (www.dunyaenerji.org.tr). Presently, the Committee has a wide range of members from all energy-related industries from the public/private sector, energy associations to universities, experts, NGOs and private individuals. The committee’s main objective is to facilitate dialogue on domestic and global energy issues via various activities and events, as well as international projects, national reports and related publications (For more: @WEC_Turkey).

The Committee hosted the 23rd World Energy Congress in October 2016. The Congress, under the theme of “Embracing new Frontiers”, was held in Istanbul with the participation of 4 Heads of State, 56 Ministers and more than 5,500 representatives from 151 countries including 266 speakers.

WEC Chile
Chili
Stand No. H8-224
new
WEC Chile

María Haydeé Jiménez

hjimenez@wec-chile.cl

56 229734025

http://www.wec-chile.cl/

World Energy Council Chile

WEC Ireland - ESB International
Ireland
Stand No. H8-266
new
WEC Ireland - ESB International

Nicola O'leary

marketing@esbi.ie

353 17038000

https://www.esbinternational.ie

ESB International is a growing international energy company which is owned by the Irish state electricity company ESB, a fully-integrated power utility established in 1927 with an annual turnover of €3.3 bn and annual sales exceeding 16,000 GWh.

Since 1975, ESB International has worked collaboratively with international clients in over 120 countries to optimise the potential of their energy assets. We draw on this experience, providing strategic and engineering consultancy to a broad range of international clients. We are constantly innovating and evolving to help ensure a bright future for clients by drawing on the same pool of experts we use to service our own power portfolio.

ESB International has developed, designed, project-managed, constructed and commissioned all of the generation plants in the ESB generation portfolio, and provides ongoing asset management and engineering services to support the development and enhancement of the Irish transmission and distribution networks.

WEC Italy
Italy
Stand No. H8-225
new
WEC Italy

Paolo D'Ermo

paolo.dermo@wec-italia.org

+39 3387237973

https://www.wec-italia.org

The Italian National Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC Italy) is a non-profit multi-energy association based in Rome, established in 1988 under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Economic Development.

The association is a supporting member and founder of the World Energy Council (WEC), the foremost international multi-energy organization in the world today, accredited by the United Nations and Member Committees in close to 100 countries around the world.

Following the WEC's mission "To promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all, WEC Italy brings together knowledge from the Italian community of energy leaders including government, academics, industries and companies that produce, consume, manage and supply energy - from fossil fuel to renewable energy sources.

WEC Lebanon National committee
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
new
WEC Lebanon National committee

Pierre Khoury

pierre.khoury@lcec.org.lb

+961 1565108

http://lcec.org.lb/en/WEC

The Lebanon Committee of the World Energy Council is hosted by the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC), its Chair being the Minister of Energy and Water.

The Lebanon Committee has been a member of the World Energy Council global community since 2011.

The Lebanon Committee strives to create a national energy society platform in Lebanon for experts to meet, discuss and lobby towards the adoption of sustainable energy policies in the country.

With more than 60 registered members, the Lebanon Committee provides a platform for Lebanese energy experts to connect and evolve.

The Lebanon Committee is committed to making Beirut World Energy Week 2020 a successful event in the history of energy transition.

WEC Mongolia
Mongolia
Stand No. H8-222
new
WEC Mongolia

Jambaa Lkhagva

info@mongolenergyclub.com

976 99060631

https://www.mongolenergyclub.com

The Mongolian National Committee of the WEC is an independent non-profit organization with the goal to unite on its platform leaders of the Mongolian energy sector, experts from governmental bodies, scientific institutions and non-governmental organizations in the field of reliable energy saving, ensuring dialogue between a wide range of players in the energy sector, representing the interests of Mongolian energy companies at national and international levels, promoting the expansion of their competencies and involvement in global energy integration.

The top priority of the committee as a national member committee of the international organization is to become a single authorized place (one-stop) for the interaction of energy companies and representatives of the Mongolian energy sector with the WEC headquarters, its structures, associations and other international organizations, both through daily communication and within the framework of international and local events.

WEC New Zealand - BusinessNZ Energy Council
New Zealand
Stand No. H8-220
new
WEC New Zealand - BusinessNZ Energy Council

Tina Schirr

tschirr@bec.org.nz

64 44966280

www.bec.org.nz

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is a group of New Zealand’s peak energy sector organisations taking a leading role in creating a sustainable energy future. As a division of BusinessNZ, New Zealand’s largest business advocacy body and member of the World Energy Council (WEC), BEC members are a cross-section of leading energy-sector business, government and research organisations. Together with its members, the BEC is shaping the energy agenda for New Zealand.

WEC Spain MC
Spain
Stand No. H8-264
new
WEC Spain MC

The Spanish Committee of the World Energy Council (CECME) represents Spain in the World Energy Council and coordinates the participation of the Spanish energy sector within the organisation. CECME also serves as the reference partner between the Council and the CECME members.

CECME's Vision

CECME intends to consolidate its position as a Spanish business organization which serves as a reference in the energy sector within the framework of the Spanish Energy Club. The main activities of CECME are characterized by their international projection.

Wepower Uab
Lithuania
Stand No. H8-350
Wepower Uab

NMARTYNIUK@GMAIL.COM

https://wepower.network/

"WePower is the next generation green energy procurement and trading platform. It connects Individual business energy buyers directly with energy producers enabling them to purchase energy upfront at below-market rates.
WePower platform eliminates the complexity from entering into a power purchase agreement (PPA), gives a right to choose whatever renewable energy volume to contract, increases renewable energy project’s exposure, and provides liquidity for trading power purchase agreements."

Wonil T&I Co.,Ltd.
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Wonil T&I Co.,Ltd.

Seung- Min, Yoo

domestic@woniltni.co.kr

+82-10-9863-8425

https://www.woniltni.co.kr

Since its establishment in 1990, Wonil T&I has grown into one of the world's leading natural gas equipment engineering & manufacturing companies, by diversifying from gas heaters, natural gas vaporizers and fuel gas supply systems into small-scale LNG regasification packaging and hydrogen alloy storage/cylinders for submarines, etc.

World Energy Council India
India
Stand No. H9-240
new
World Energy Council India

Soumya Prakash Nayak

soumya@wecindia.in

91 9873578488

www.wecindia.in

World Energy Council India (WEC India) is a country member of World Energy Council (WEC), a global and inclusive body (est.1923 with over 90 country members) for thought leadership and tangible engagement in the pursuit of sustainable supply and use of energy. WEC engagements cover all aspects of the entire energy spectrum from conventional to renewable. WEC India is one of the earliest country members of World Energy Council, having joined the Council in 1924. WEC India functions under the patronage of the Ministry of Power and with the support of Ministries of Coal, New & Renewable Energy, Petroleum & Natural Gas and External Affairs; and Department of Atomic Energy. WEC India continuously realigns its engagements with changes in the energy sector and strives to compliment the Governments’ effort in the sector. WEC India stands out in the aspects of its neutral structure, high convening power for interdisciplinary dialogues and global outreach.

World Nuclear Association
United Kingdom
Stand No. H9-261
World Nuclear Association

Jennifer Corander

info@world-nuclear.org

+44(0)20 7451 1520

https://www.world-nuclear.org

World Nuclear Association represents the global nuclear energy industry. Its mission is to promote a wider understanding of nuclear energy among key international influencers by producing authoritative information, developing common industry positions, and contributing to the energy debate. It is an international trade body made up of 180 member companies across all nuclear businesses from around the world, including: major reactor vendors, nuclear utility companies, uranium mining, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication companies, nuclear engineering, construction and waste management companies, as well as R&D organizations and companies providing services to the nuclear industry in areas such as transport, law, insurance and finance.

XCharge Europe GmbH
Germany
Stand No. H8-350
XCharge Europe GmbH

fanzheng@xcharge.com

www.xcharge.com/en

Since its establishment on May 4, 2015, XCharge has committed to providing industry-leading electric vehile charging facilities and integrated energy solutions. It leads the new IoT charging service trend of "smart hardware + XCloud-based software" with subversive design and concept, and strives to help all kinds of charging operators optimize operating costs, improve operational efficiency, and maximize the operating profit of charging stations. The compnay owns a series of smart chargers, including the Red Dot Award-winning C2 and C6, and the future-proof 480kW super charging station C9, all of which can be connected to the XCloud-based operating platform for remote station maangement.In 2018, XCharge officially opens its Germany branch and has successfully launched both its hardware and Cloud platform in Europe within half a year.To date, XCharge has deployed almost 30,000 charging stations across mainland China

Zeleros Hyperloop
Spain
Stand No. H8-350
Zeleros Hyperloop

dpistoni@zeleros.com

www.zeleros.com

"Zeleros is a European company based in Spain leading the development of hyperloop. Hyperloop is a 200-year-old idea popularized by Elon Musk in 2013, that consists on capsules levitating inside low-pressure tubes at high frequency, minimizing friction.
Zeleros' novel approach integrates the main levitation and propulsion technologies in the vehicle (autonomous and fully-electric solution), reducing infrastructure complexity to obtain the needed scalability for long-distance routes.
Zeleros has already raised substantial public and private support from organisations such as Altran (EU’s main technology consultancy), Arcelormittal (world’s largest steel manufacturer ), Renfe (Spain’s main public railway operator), Climate-KIC (EU’s largest initiative for climate change mitigation) or Plug and Play (one of Silicon Valley’s most renowned VC).

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