Official Partners and Sponsors
YES - Europe believes that in order to tackle the world's most complex energy challenges, all of the stakeholders in the energy industry have to work hand-in-hand. Together with our partners, we work to disseminate knowledge, promote breakthrough solutions, and advocate for energy education.
We are proud to introduce you to our key partners and sponsors from around the world.
Friends of the Supergrid (SUPERGRID) consists of a group of global companies which have a mutual interest in promoting the creation of an integrated European electricity market. SUPERGRID promotes Energy Education among people through the understanding of the nature and role of energy in the world. Our goal is to facilitate a timely transition to clean energy future by supporting people to better understand and integrate into the electrified world. SUPERGRID welcomes cooperation with YES - Europe within the Energy Education Initiative to support the young generation around the globe in transition to low carbon future.
Sponsor (2018 Annual Conference)
Discovergy is the leading full-service provider of smart metering solutions for residential and commercial customers in Germany. The company, headquartered in Aachen, was founded in 2009.
Discovergy offers its customers the best combination of metering, detailed reporting, device-level analytics and referrals, and easy-to-use portal application and apps. Discovergy helps customers understand and reduce their own energy use, thereby reducing costs and driving sustainably.
As one of the few companies working on smart metering in Germany, Discovergy has established itself as a market leader by having years of experience with smart metering solutions. Numerous end users, including utilities, municipalities, housing management companies, and mid-sized companies are already using Discovergy solutions to better control their energy usage.
@SRH Hochschule Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
The group is a community of professors, lecturers and students involved in the Bachelors and MBA programme at SRH Hochschule Berlin focusing on International Business and Renewable Energies.
The World Energy Council (WEC) is the main impartial energy network promoting an affordable, stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all. As the national member committee for Germany, Weltenergierat - Deutschland is dedicated to raising awareness for global aspects in the national energy debate. As the voice of the German energy sector, it intensively contributes to the WEC working programme. Besides acting both as a global energy information hub and national industry representation, Weltenergierat organizes conferences and conducts own studies, exploring the benefits of coordinated energy markets and policies.
Heliix delivers the best way of making electricity out of low-grade heat. Heliix’s plug-n-play products are based on a novel thermal cycle, developed in-house, to provide maximum efficiency and zero maintenance. Both industrial and household users can be greatly benefited by using Heliix’s Phaethon series to recover waste heat, improve efficiency of existing infrastructure and generate substantial savings. Diesel and natural gas engines, industrial radiators and recuperators, plastic extruders and thermal solar installations are only a few of the many applications that can be upgraded with Heliix’s Phaethon engines.
LEDS - L'Energia Degli Studenti (In English: LEDS - The Students' Energy)
with LEDS, a growing non-profit student energy network based at the University of Padova in Italy. LEDS' focus is to deepen its members' knowledge in issues concerning the energy sector enrich their experience through interactions with doctorate students, researches, professors, experts, businesses and start ups through software workshops and university presentations.
Close-up Engineering is a technical website network. One of them is #EnergyCuE. Its main focus is energy and environment. We write, share and discuss technical news and innovations with thousands of users on our social media pages.
@Delft University of Technology (Delft, Netherlands)
The TU Delft Energy Club is a student-led initiative that facilitates events, projects, seminars, internships and excursions to empower students to contribute to the sustainable energy transition.
AINE (Asociación de Ingenieros de la Energía) is the first Spanish-speaking organisation worldwide of Energy Engineers. It was born as an initiative of a group of graduate and undergraduate students in energy engineering from Politécnica University in Madrid, with the objective of favouring the development and continuous progress of both students and professionals in this field. AINE aims to become a national referent in the energy sector for professionals in the industry, university professors, and students who are passionate about the energy sector.
@ETH (Zurich, Switzerland)
The Energy Masters' Chill Club is a student-run AMIV commission at ETH Zurich bringing together energy students across generations through dynamic and relaxed events.
ABB is a global leader in energy and automation technology, with around 132,000 employees in over 100 countries. As part of an affiliated group, the Swiss subsidiary profits from comprehensive technological expertise, global market knowledge, and from the global network’s customer relations.
At the same time, ABB Switzerland, with its 6,000 employees, carries global responsibility for numerous products and systems.
via the European Utility Week
Initiate! focuses on working with the utility industry in their effort to embrace the need for adopting new technologies, acquiring new talents and forming new partnerships to create positive change. It is the perfect platform to provide startups and young talent the opportunity to share their ideas and innovations with the more established professionals in the industry in an effort to collectively empower the industry.
United States of America (USA)
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) is an action-oriented organization focused on networking students and professionals to infuse sustainability through education, collaboration and in projects to build a more sustainable world.
First Solar is a leading global provider of comprehensive photovoltaic (PV) solar systems using advanced module and system technology. Through determined innovation, we have achieved a significant milestone by delivering solar energy that is an economically attractive alternative to fossil-fuel sourced electricity. From module sales through turnkey power plant development, First Solar is a reliable partner for clean, renewable energy generation. With over 17GW of modules sold today, First Solar has a demonstrated history of financial stability and manufacturing success. As a project partner, we bring extensive expertise into how today’s PV power plants are developed, financed, designed, constructed and operated to maximize profitability for our customers and strategic partners.
The International Association for Energy Economics is an independent, non-profit, global membership organization for business, government, academic and other professionals concerned with energy and related issues in the international community. We advance the knowledge, understanding and application of economics across all aspects of energy and foster communication amongst energy concerned professionals.
Become a Partner
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