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NETS - Nordic Environmental Technology Solutions

  • Publisert 01.11.2008
  • Sist oppdatert 30.03.2011
The project “Nordic Environmental Technology Solutions (NETS)” is a Nordic collaboration with partners from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark that was established to prepare for increased collaboration between companies in the four countries. The project supported commercialization of Nordic environmental technology businesses in five key sectors, in order to form new value chains, build capacity and cooperate in marketing.

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The project focused in particular on companies who operate in the following fields:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Bioenergy
  • Waste to energy solutions
  • Wind power
  • Solar Power
  • Wave Power
  • Water

 

Objectives

Within the NETS-project a new type of networking at the Nordic level was organized in order to jointly exploit the rapidly growing market potential in the cleantech sector. 

 

The project aimed at increased commercialization of Nordic clean energy and clean water business segments through closer co-operation of national business networks and strengthening their capacity to plan and carry out joint Nordic actions. 

 

The visibility of Nordic environmental solutions was improved through focused promotional activities, including joint representation in relevant trade fairs, a web platform and several joint brochures. In addition, the availability of Nordic cleantech solutions was increased through support to companies in forming value chains and in business-to-business (B2B) marketing.

 

NETS project output:

  • 86 companies involved and more interested 
  • Contact list of 600 companies 
  • 10 potential B2B cases promoted and 2 consortia built for tenders 
  • Common brochures 
  • Common Website: www.nordiccleantech.net 
  • Seminars: approx. 300 participants discussing Nordic cooperation 
  • Exhibitions: worldwide contacts (USA, Baltic States, China, Spain, Germany

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