• CEJA is the voice of Europe’s young generation of farmers to the European institutions. CEJA represents around one million young farmers in Europe and actively cooperates with other young farmers’ organisations in the European Union.

    » http://www.ceja.eu/

  • COGEN Europe is the European Trade Association for the Promotion of Cogeneration. Its principal goal is to work towards the wider use of cogeneration in Europe for a sustainable energy future.

    » http://www.cogeneurope.eu/

  • Glass for Europe is the trade association for Europe’s manufacturers of flat glass. It aims to enhance broader understanding among policy-makers of what flat glass is and to underline the critical and unique role its products play in reducing energy consumption.

    » http://www.glassforeurope.com/

  • The Renewable Energy Foundation (REF) is a registered charity promoting sustainable development for the benefit of the public by means of energy conservation and the use of renewable energy.

    » http://www.ref.org.uk/

  • The European LPG Association (AEGPL) represents the main European LPG suppliers, distributors and equipment manufacturers. AEGPL is committed to demonstrating the meaningful role that LPG – the safe, clean, healthy, multi-purpose, efficient and strategic energy solution – can play in the European energy portfolio.

    » http://www.aegpl.eu/

  • Podlaskie Voivodeship is a province in North-Eastern Poland with Białystok city as its capital. The natural conditions of the region are conducive to the development of organic growing, which at present is practised by around 100 farms. Over 600 farms in the region offer agro tourist services.

    » http://www.podlaskie.eu/

  • Rinnai is the largest manufacturer of gas kitchen appliances, gas hot-water, air-conditioning and heating units. Being the leading producer of gas heating solutions worldwide, Rinnai carries on innovating to ensure a greener environment.

    » http://www.rinnaiuk.com/

  • National Energy Action (NEA) is a major national charity whose work to improve and promote energy efficiency brings social, environmental, housing and employment benefits. NEA’s mission is to ensure that everyone in the UK can afford to meet their energy needs in the home, sufficient for good health, comfort and well-being.
    » http://www.nea.org.uk/

  • Tecnocasa Climatizzazione has been operating in the field of air-conditioning and energy saving since 1978. For more than 30 years it has been striving to achieve one goal: assigning R&D and resources in order to offer cutting-edge, efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly equipment.

    » http://www.tecno-casa.com

  • Polyurethanes are versatile, modern and safe. They are used in a wide variety of applications to create all manner of consumer and industrial products that play a crucial role in making our lives more convenient, comfortable and environmentally friendly.

    » http://www.polyurethanes.org

  • EC Power is the leading supplier of energy systems for hotels, public buildings, schools, hospitals, residential care homes, swimming pools, leisure centers, etc. EC Power supplies intelligent Combined Heat and Power (CHP) units of 10-50 kWe.

    » http://www.ecpower.eu/

  • BDR Thermea is a world leading manufacturer and distributor of innovative heating and hot water systems and services. The group has a top market position in Western Europe and strong positions in rapidly growing markets. In total BDR Thermea operates in more than 70 countries worldwide employing over 6,400 people.


    » http://www.bdrthermea.com

  • Regional Office of Silesia Region (BRWS) is one of 16 polish representations operating in Brussels. BRWS started it’s activity on the 1st of July 2002 based on Silesian Local Parliament Resolution, but it’s offcial opening took place on the 16th September of 2002. Since then office has been functioning according to its Status and Organizational Rules and Scheme and its directly supervised by the Board of Silesian Voivodeship.

    » http://www.silesia-europa.pl/index.php?jezyk=en&grupa=9&dzi=1243416837&art=1243417052&id_menu=65

  • The Subcarpathian Renewable Energy Cluster (PKEO) aims at creating networks of cooperation between representatives of regional universities, business support institutions, administrative bodies and entrepreneurs from the renewable energy sector. The PKEO also works towards stimulating the development of new technologies and innovative products and solutions, supporting actions related to sustainable use of renewable energy sources, and creating joint innovative solutions developed with the participation of R&D units of partner universities.

    » http://energia.rzeszow.pl/

  • The Central Denmark EU Office represents the 19 municipalities of the Central Denmark Region, the regional government, and Aarhus University. By 2025, the Region will be producing 50% of energy concumption from a broad range of renewable energy sources: bio-energy, wind, solar, etc. The Region has the world’s tightest wind cluster and a large number of farms – 65% of land is cultivated.

    » http://www.centraldenmark.eu/

  • Region Zealand is the southernmostadministrative region of Denmark. The region has 17 municipalities. and approximately 800.000 inhabitants. It consists of the former counties of Roskilde, Storstrøm, and Vestsjælland.

    The region is named after the island of Zealand, which it shares with the neighbouring Danish Capital Region. Region Zealand also includes the adjacent islands of Lolland, Falster, and Møn.

    » http://www.zealanddenmark.eu/en/

  • RURENER is a network of small rural communities (villages and small towns) that want to reach a neutral energy print at the local level. The RURENER network brings tools and methods to support its members in setting up a local energy strategy and action plan.

    » http://rurener.eu

  • Royal HaskoningDHV is a leading independent, international project management and engineering consultancy service provider. Specialising in planning and transport, infrastructure, water, maritime, aviation, industry, energy, mining and buildings, each year it contributes to the delivery of some 30,000 projects around the world on behalf of its public and private sector clients.

    » http://www.royalhaskoningdhv.com

  • SHV Energy is a family-owned multinational organisation that consists of a group of specialised energy companies. These companies provide people and businesses with decentralised personalised energy solutions and services. Its customers often live or work in areas beyond the natural gas grid and rely on SHV Energy companies for their most important energy sources. SHV Energy is servicing the needs of over 30 million customers over three continents that use its energy for hundreds of applications.

    » http://www.shvenergy.com/

  • IREEN is a strategy project which examines the ways that ICT for energy efficient and performance can be extended beyond individual homes and buildings to the wider context of neighbourhoods and communities.

    » http://www.ireenproject.eu