Invitation for the DIK seminar & network event
" The Future of Sustainable Energy in the Euregion Maas-Rhine "
- A comparison in the technological approach & vision between the different regions -

Solar panels, wind mills, heat pumps, hydrogen... They are all technological solutions that could contribute to a more sustainable world. Each country is different in terms of laws, regulations, infrastructures, available resources and knowledge. As a result, countries in the Euregion Maas-Rhine are all using different technological solutions within their specific governmental climate. This event aims at providing you an overview of the sustainable technologies that are used and will be used in the future for Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Along different speakers, also a price will be awarded for the best future sustainable idea. Each participant can send in their idea and present it on a poster.

Goal: connecting international engineers and interestees of the energy transition

When: Saturday 16 November 2019

Where: Congres Center ‘t Kaar (Stationsstraat 126, Beek, Nederland)

Moderator:                           mr. ing. Chess Patelski  


12:30                             Registration of the participants
13:00 -  Welcome:         mr. ing. Chess Patelski
13:10 – 1st speaker:     BOESTEN Stef – Phd Student – Open University Heerlen (NL) LANGUAGE: English
13:40 -  2nd speaker:     LEONARD Grégoire – Associate Professor – University of Liège (BE) LANGUAGE: English
14:10                             PAUSE + poster presentation of sustainable ideas
14:40 – 3rd speaker:      GYSEN Bert – Unit Manager – Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek LANGUAGE: English
15:10 – 4th speaker:      MOSER Albert – Professor RWTH Aachen (DE) LANGUAGE: English
15:40                             Awarding the price of best sustainable idea
15:55 –                          Closing speech  mr. ing. Chess Patelski
16:10 – 16:45:               Network Event with drinks


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