Home > Calendar > China Europe Water Platform Access Program

China Europe Water Platform Access Program

  • Type :Conference
  • Date :Jun 26 - 29, All day, 2018
  • Venue :Hilton Hotel
  • Address : 1 Jia Ling Jiang East Road, ETDZ, Qingdao 青岛经济技术开发区嘉陵江东路1号
  • Contact : Henrik Dissing, hedis@mst.dk

The China Europe Water Platform is pleased to invite you to the 3-day series of sessions held at the CWEC International Water Conference, from June 26 to June 29.

These series of events will all aim at creating a dialogue on the Water Tech Market between China and the European Union. The market segments that the Business & Innovation dialogue sessions will cover will be those related to Rural Water Issues, including water supply, small-scale wastewater treatment, irrigation and agricultural water use. More specifically the main topics of the discussions will be:

  • The Roadmap for European SMEs to Access the Chinese Market; Challenges and Opportunities for European Water Management Providers in the New Era of EU-China Cooperation
  • Policy Discussion: How can Technology contribute to the achievement of long-term Policy Goals? What is the relation between Policies, Enforcement and Development of a Sustainable Framework for Business Cases, which will enhance Technology Development?
  • Innovation: a focus on upcoming challenges leading to needs for innovation – application of circular economy approach including water reuse, resource recovery and water use efficiency, full phasing in of true cost of water (and water pricing), digitalization and climate change, to name the main ones
  • Banking: how to make projects bankable. The aim with the banking session is to raise a discussion and eventually develop recommendations for how to develop bankable projects – projects which are BOTH developed with the intention of securing the investments of the financing part, in terms of securing a minimum of reinvestments for the loan-taker and as low opex costs as possible, hereby ensuring an optimal economic situation for the loan-taker, and, in turn, securing interests of the financing institution
  • Open Innovation Challenge. Challenge Owners will present their key challenges and companies will pitch their solutions, with the aim of establishing concrete co-operation
About the China Europe Water Platform (CEWP)

The China Europe Water Platform is a multilateral co-operation involving governments, business and research from China, European countries and the EU Commission. The main goal of the Platform is to create a functioning and open Water Tech Market that would allow to access to any of the entire range of the water tech quality solutions provided by suppliers with relevant technologies. The method that will be followed to so is based on facilitating a Chinese-European Business and Innovation Dialogue, which at its basis invites the Water Tech Businesses to take part and provide their input.

For more information on the event, please access the programme attached.

To get to know more about the China Europe Water Platform, visit the Platform website here.

The Roadmap for European SMEs to Access the Chinese Market; Challenges and Opportunities for European Water Management Providers in the New Era of EU-China Cooperation
ii) Policy Discussion: How can Technology contribute to the achievement of long-term Policy Goals? What is the relation between Policies, Enforcement and Development of a Sustainable Framework for Business Cases, which will enhance Technology Development?
iii) Innovation: a focus on upcoming challenges leading to needs for innovation – application of circular economy approach including water reuse, resource recovery and water use efficiency, full phasing in of true cost of water (and water pricing), digitalization and climate change, to name the main ones.
iv) Banking: how to make projects bankable. The aim with the banking session is to raise a discussion and eventually develop recommendations for how to develop bankable projects – projects which are BOTH developed with the intention of securing the investments of the financing part, in terms of securing a minimum of reinvestments for the loan-taker and as low opex costs as possible, hereby ensuring an optimal economic situation for the loan-taker, and, in turn, securing interests of the financing institution.
v) Open Innovation Challenge. Challenge Owners will present their key challenges and companies will pitch their solutions, with the aim of establishing concrete co-op
The Roadmap for European SMEs to Access the Chinese Market; Challenges and Opportunities for European Water Management Providers in the New Era of EU-China Cooperation
ii) Policy Discussion: How can Technology contribute to the achievement of long-term Policy Goals? What is the relation between Policies, Enforcement and Development of a Sustainable Framework for Business Cases, which will enhance Technology Development?
iii) Innovation: a focus on upcoming challenges leading to needs for innovation – application of circular economy approach including water reuse, resource recovery and water use efficiency, full phasing in of true cost of water (and water pricing), digitalization and climate change, to name the main ones.
iv) Banking: how to make projects bankable. The aim with the banking session is to raise a discussion and eventually develop recommendations for how to develop bankable projects – projects which are BOTH developed with the intention of securing the investments of the financing part, in terms of securing a minimum of reinvestments for the loan-taker and as low opex costs as possible, hereby ensuring an optimal economic situation for the loan-taker, and, in turn, securing interests of the financing institution.
v) Open Innovation Challenge. Challenge Owners will present their key challenges and companies will pitch their solutions, with the aim of establishing concrete co-opThe Roadmap for European SMEs to Access the Chinese Market; Challenges and Opportunities for European Water Management Providers in the New Era of EU-China Cooperation
ii) Policy Discussion: How can Technology contribute to the achievement of long-term Policy Goals? What is the relation between Policies, Enforcement and Development of a Sustainable Framework for Business Cases, which will enhance Technology Development?
iii) Innovation: a focus on upcoming challenges leading to needs for innovation – application of circular economy approach including water reuse, resource recovery and water use efficiency, full phasing in of true cost of water (and water pricing), digitalization and climate change, to name the main ones.
iv) Banking: how to make projects bankable. The aim with the banking session is to raise a discussion and eventually develop recommendations for how to develop bankable projects – projects which are BOTH developed with the intention of securing the investments of the financing part, in terms of securing a minimum of reinvestments for the loan-taker and as low opex costs as possible, hereby ensuring an optimal economic situation for the loan-taker, and, in turn, securing interests of the financing institution.
v) Open Innovation Challenge. Challenge Owners will present their key challenges and companies will pitch their solutions, with the aim of establishing concret-
The Roadmap for European SMEs to Access the Chinese Market; Challenges and Opportunities for European Water Management Providers in the New Era of EU-China Cooperation
ii) Policy Discussion: How can Technology contribute to the achievement of long-term Policy Goals? What is the relation between Policies, Enforcement and Development of a Sustainable Framework for Business Cases, which will enhance Technology Development?
iii) Innovation: a focus on upcoming challenges leading to needs for innovation – application of circular economy approach including water reuse, resource recovery and water use efficiency, full phasing in of true cost of water (and water pricing), digitalization and climate change, to name the main ones.
iv) Banking: how to make projects bankable. The aim with the banking session is to raise a discussion and eventually develop recommendations for how to develop bankable projects – projects which are BOTH developed with the intention of securing the investments of the financing part, in terms of securing a minimum of reinvestments for the loan-taker and as low opex costs as possible, hereby ensuring an optimal economic situation for the loan-taker, and, in turn, securing interests of the financing institution.
v) Open Innovation Challenge. Challenge Owners will present their key challenges and companies will pitch their solutions, with the aim of establishing concrete co-op