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ABD ve AB'deki Enerji Kümeleri - Genel Bilgi

ABD VE AB'DE ENERJİ SEKTÖRÜNDE FAALİYET GÖSTEREN KÜMELENMELERİN GENEL BİLGİLERİ 

Bu çalışma, batı ülkelerinde (ABD ve AB Ülkeleri) faaliyette olan enerji sektörü ile ilgili kümelenme yapılarına dair özet bilgiler vermek üzere hazırlanmış bir bilgi notudur. Bilgi notu içeriği İngilizcedir.

Çalışma kapsamında toplam 45 enerji sektörü kümesi incelenmiştir. Bu kümelerin ülkelere göre dağılımı aşağıdadır.

enerji kumeleri 2014

Bu bilgi notu farklı ülkelerdeki enerji kümelerinin isimleri, adresleri ve faaliyetleri ile ilgili özet bilgiler içermektedir. Bilgi notu içeriği İngilizcedir.

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Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.

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222 Pitkin Street, Suite 101

East Hartford, CT 06108 USA

http://www.ccat.us/

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The  Connecticut  Center  for  Advanced  Technology,  Inc.  (CCAT)  is       a

nonprofit corporation founded in 2004 that serves as an innovative economic development center of excellence for the state, region and nation. With expertise in manufacturing technology, education and workforce strategies, and energy solutions, CCAT offers innovative solutions to manufacturers, small businesses, educators, government agencies, nonprofits, and entrepreneurs to help strengthen their competitive edge in today’s global economy.

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NorTech

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737 Bolivar Rd, Suite 1000

OH 44115 USA

http://www.nortech.org/

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NorTech is a regional nonprofit technology-based economic development

organization serving 21 counties in Northeast Ohio. As a catalyst for growing Northeast Ohio's emerging technology industries, NorTech is leading efforts to develop regional innovation clusters that create jobs, attract capital and have a long-term, positive economic impact. It is a 501(c)(3) organization funded by public and private partners in Northeast Ohio’s business and philanthropic community, as well as the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster

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222 Pitkin Street

Suite 101

CT 06108 USA

http://www.neesc.org/

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The  Northeast  Electrochemical Energy  Storage  Cluster  is a network   of

industry, academic, government and non-governmental leaders working together to provide energy storage solutions. The cluster is focused on the innovative development, production, promotion and deployment of hydrogen fuels and fuel cells to meet the pressing demand for energy storage solutions. The cluster is based in New York, New Jersey, and the New England States. Its initial formation and development is funded through the US Small Business Administration’s Innovative Economies Initiative and administered by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT). CCAT is honored to work with our partner organizations to integrate this natural technology development and manufacturing cluster. Our partner organizations include: The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) Maine's Hydrogen Energy Center (HEC) New Energy New York (NENY) The Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition (CHFCC) Massachusetts Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Stakeholders

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LAEDC Cleantech Cluster Project

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444 South Flower Street

CA 90071 USA

http://laedc.org/industries/cleantech-advanced-transportation/

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The LAEDC Cleantech Cluster Project is one of the first efforts to examine

the current and potential future state of clean technology in a local economy–with a specific focus on Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technologies. Geographically, the project focuses on Los Angeles County, home to nearly 10 million people, nearly four million wage and salary workers, and over 200,000 private and public establishments. The project aims to evaluate market potential for clean technology in Los Angeles County and to determine its potential as a center for clean technology product design, development, and production.

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Agile Innovation in Manufacturing

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2000 Technology Drive, Suite 200

Pittsburgh PA 15219 USA

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Agile Innovation in Manufacturing (AIM) is a joint initiative that  provides

services to address the needs of Pittsburgh’s three significant industries 1) Energy, 2) Life Sciences, and 3) Advanced Electronics, in regards to the development of industry-specific innovative technologies through metal manufacturing and electrical equipment solutions.

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Colorado Clean Energy Cluster

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14062 Denver West Parkway Building 52

3rd Floor CO 80401 USA

http://www.coloradocleanenergy.com/

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Launched  in  2006  and  originally  named  the  Northern  Colorado Clean

Energy Cluster, the CCEC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit economic development organization dedicated to growing primary jobs in the area of clean energy in Colorado.

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New England Clean Energy Council

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125 Summer St, Suite 1020

MA 02110 USA

http://www.necec.org/

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The  New  England  Clean  Energy  Council  (NECEC)  is  a  501(c)(6)   trade

member organization and the lead voice for hundreds of clean energy companies across New England, influencing the energy policy agenda and growing the clean energy economy. Its sister entity is the NECEC Institute, a 501(c)(3)) and leader in programs that support Innovation, Cluster Research & Economic Development, and Education & Workforce Development. Both organizations share a common mission to accelerate New England’s clean energy economy to global leadership by building an active community of stakeholders and a world-class cluster of clean energy companies.

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New York City Accelerator for a Clean and Renewable Economy

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137 Varick St

NY 10013 USA

http://www.nycacre.com/

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New York City Accelerator for a Clean and Renewable Economy (NYC ACRE) helps clean technology and renewable energy companies in New York City grow, advancing the city as a role model for a low-carbon future and creating jobs. Seeded by a four year $1.5M grant from the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) to the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly), NYC ACRE is aimed at growing an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, international companies, and innovative local businesses that provide solutions to climate and energy issues in NYC.

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Energy Efficient Buildings Hub

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4747 S. Broad St, Building 101, Suite 210

PA 19112 USA

http://cbei.psu.edu/

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The   Energy   Efficient   Buildings   Hub   (EEB   Hub)   was   established  in

Philadelphia by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as an Energy- Regional Innovation Cluster (E-RIC) on February 1, 2011 with a unique dual mission of improving energy efficiency in buildings—literally re-energizing them for the future—and promoting regional economic growth and job creation from our headquarters in Philadelphia's Navy Yard, one of the nation's largest and most dynamic redevelopment opportunities.

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EngenuitySC

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1000 Catawba St, Suite 130

SC 29201 USA

http://www.engenuitysc.com/

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Headquartered  in  Columbia,  EngenuitySC  is  public/private partnership

formed to develop and grow the South Carolina Midlands’ knowledge- based economy by fostering an environment where entrepreneurship, innovation, and the creation of knowledge are fundamental elements of the region’s culture, identity, and economic development strategy. Through collaboration with business, government, and higher education, EngenuitySC leads initiatives that support research development, promote commercialization, and leverage the region’s assets.

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Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association

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Oregon

USA

http://www.oseia.org/

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At the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association, we are committed   to

making sure that all stakeholders in the Oregon solar energy industry are welcome, represented, and valued. OSEIA will facilitate the growth of the solar industry in a responsible and sustainable way, drive public policy which supports the rapid growth of the industry, and provide leadership in education and training for workforce development. OSEIA was founded in 1981 to:

§  Promote the use of renewable energy in Oregon

§  Inform the public of the benefits of renewable energy

§  Serve as the central organizing association for Oregon renewable energy professionals

§  Establish and maintain a business code of ethics

§  Sponsor legislation affecting renewable energy in Oregon.

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Northwest Environmental Business Council

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620 SW 5th Ave

OR 97204 USA

http://www.nebc.org/

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As a non-profit trade association, NEBC represents the interests of its

members, while promoting the health of the industry and the environment as a whole. Formed as a regional organization in 1996, NEBC is the recognized voice of the industry - advocating for science-based regulation, supportive policies and tax structures, the dissemination of knowledge, and the adoption of best practices. Growing beyond its roots in environmental protection and remediation, NEBC's members now also work in energy and efficiency, waste and recycling, water supply, wastewater treatment, land use, design and construction, "green" chemistry and manufacturing, greenhouse gas management, and related fields. This collection of sectors now falls under the umbrella of "sustainability" or "clean technologies," but NEBC members were there from the beginning.

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New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium, Inc

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1450 Western Avenue

Suite 101

NY 12203 USA

http://www.ny-best.org/

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The primary objectives of NY-BEST are to:

Accelerate the commercial introduction of energy storage technology in New York. Build the human capital and expertise to sustain a vibrant commercial energy storage industry in New York. Leverage seed resources of approximately $25 million to create a sustainable organization that provides value to its members and to New York State.

The objective is for NY-BEST to become operationally self-sufficient within the next three to five years. By bringing together New York’s energy storage companies, universities, and partners, NY-BEST will help build and promote a vibrant, world-class, advanced battery and energy storage sector in New York. Energy storage technologies supported by the consortium include those that store electric energy directly such as batteries and ultra-capacitors, components of these technologies, and systems or products that incorporate these technologies throughout the value chain.

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Nevada Institute for Renewable Energy Commercialization

CONTACT INFO

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999 Tahoe Boulevard

Incline Village, NV 89451 USA

http://nirec.org/

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Technology Innovation (early-stage technology commercialization): NIREC

mentors clean energy companies nationwide. NIREC integrates researchers, entrepreneurs, business experts and financial capital to identify, fund and accelerate the development and commercialization of clean energy solutions. With a focus on renewable energy, energy conservation and energy efficiency technologies, NIREC works with its research partners and early-stage companies to transform clean    energy

ideas into sustainable enterprises. Three program offerings are available to early-stage companies through NIREC's OnTRAC program. Developed to accelerate the path to market, the OnTRAC modules, including OnTRAC: Launch, OnTRAC: Start and OnTRAC: Connect, provide expert assessments and advice along with a structured program for developing and implementing a commercialization plan.

Targeted Economic Development: NIREC advocates for a knowledge- based economy, partnering with Nevada’s economic development practitioners in targeted recruitment and cluster-building activities to produce a critical mass of clean energy manufacturers, distributors, generation and transmission project developers, financiers, and technical service providers. Recent research released by NIREC and the Nevada Commission on Economic Development pinpoints four additional targets of opportunity (beyond energy) to leverage existing knowledge clusters within Nevada to transform its economy, NIREC is exclusively focused on the clean energy industry.

Deployment Innovation (large-scale project implementation): NIREC accelerates renewable energy project development in the Western United States. Leveraging a rich array of internal and external resources, NIREC brings together all elements of project implementation. From energy resource assessments, to permitting, feasibility analyses, commercial structuring, and financing, NIREC works with energy project developers to overcome the numerous challenges to large scale renewable energy deployment. NIREC is particularly focused on assisting developers’ structure their projects to meet the demands of energy purchasers in California, including the development of transmission strategies and related deal structuring to support the acquisition of Power Purchase Agreements from the state’s utilities and municipal power authorities.

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Austin Technology Incubator

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3925 West Braker Lane

TX 78759

http://ati.utexas.edu/

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The  Austin Technology  Incubator  harnesses business,  government  and

academic resources to provide strategic counsel, operational guidance, and infrastructure support to its member companies to help them transition into successful, high growth technology businesses.

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Smart Grid Cluster

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Chicago, IL 60603

USA

http://smartgridcluster.com/

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Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the Smart Grid Cluster is a platform for

promoting business growth and entrepreneurial activity: offering technical and business support to smart grid start-ups and small businesses, continuously identifying and disseminating technical and product needs, and connecting innovators to market opportunities and capital in order to speed the path to commercialization. The Cluster also engages leading corporations, investors and policy makers to ensure continued growth. The Smart Grid Cluster is supported through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as one of the 10 “Innovative Economies” selected in a national competition in September, 2010, and is managed by a partnership of Illinois’ leading energy organizations.

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Next Energy

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461 Burroughs Street

MI 48202 USA

http://www.nextenergy.org/

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NextEnergy  is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2002    to

drive advanced energy investment and job creation in Michigan. Located in Midtown Detroit’s innovation corridor, NextEnergy serves as a catalyst for advanced energy technology demonstration and commercialization in the state. Since its inception, NextEnergy has helped to attract more than

$1 billion of new investment, including over $150 million generated by programs in which we have directly participated.

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CALSTART

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48 S Chester Ave

CA 91106 USA

http://www.calstart.org/Homepage.aspx

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CALSTART   is   dedicated   to   the   growth   of   a   clean     transportation

technologies industry that will: clean the air; secure the nation’s transportation energy future; create high-quality economic opportunities; and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. CALSTART is a member-supported organization of more than 140 firms, fleets and agencies worldwide dedicated to supporting a growing high-tech, clean transportation industry that cleans the air, creates jobs, cuts imported oil and reduces global warming emissions. It provides services and consulting to spur advanced transportation technologies, fuels, systems and the companies that make them.

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Agoria Renewable Energy Club (AREC)

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Diamant building - Bd A. Reyers Ln 80

B-1030 Brussels http://www.agoria.be/en/renewable-energy-club

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Agoria’s Renewable Energy Club brings together a mix of tech  companies

specialised in renewable energy. We increase their visibility and offer effective support in seizing new business opportunities abroad. A unique network for companies in renewable energy. Belgium is a breeding ground for many successful companies which are at the forefront of renewable energy technology. With world-leading expertise in the fields of biomass, wind and solar energy (both thermal & photovoltaic), Belgian companies are addressing the energy challenges of today in creative and innovative ways. The Renewable Energy Club allows these companies to join forces. By increasing and improving the image and visibility of our members, we show global players in the renewable energy market how the technological expertise and knowhow of these companies can contribute to their success. Through our collaboration with strategic partners in Wallonia (Cluster Tweed) and Flanders (Generaties), we aim to put our members in contact with decision-makers in key projects.

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In-HAM

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Stationsstraat 126

B-8830 Gits Belgium www.in-ham.be

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In-Ham is a competence centre which is oriented towards assistive technology. In-HAM is a nonprofit initiative of a number of partners that are active in the disabled sector, grouped around the Dienstencentrum GID(t)S and partners from the construction industry, grouped around BBRI (Belgian Building Research Institute), as well as partners from the home automation industry, grouped around BCDI (Belgian IMEC vzw (Interuniversitair Micro-ElectronicaCentrum), the industry of micro- electronics.

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Power - Link + Greenbridge

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Oostende

Belgium, http://www.power-link.be/

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Power-Link is the communications platform for sustainable and renewable

energy. Besides government, you will find clean tech information from all actors (companies, commercial organizations, associations, federations, universities, etc.), with the intention to bring. As supply and demand of the whole sector

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Offshore Center Danmark

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Offshoreenergy.dk

Dokvej 3

6700 Esbjerg Denmark

www.offshorecenter.dk/

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The  objective  of  Offshore  Center  Danmark  is  the  place  where Danish

companies in cooperation find and develop the latest knowledge and competences within the offshore industry for the sole purpose of securing the earnings of the companies as well as the employment. Offshore Center Danmark is an independent organisation with financial support from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, by the Region of Southern Denmark and by a number of municipalities in Denmark and Greenland, and by member companies and institutions.Offshore Center Danmark has documentable support from a number of Danish companies through more than +210 members.

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Vindmølleindustrien

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Rosenørns Allé 9, 5. sal

DK-1970 Frederiksberg C Denmark http://www.windpower.org/

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The Danish Wind Industry Association (DWIA) is an interest and   industry

association with more than 240 members across Denmark. DWIA's membersconsist of wind turbine manufacturers, energy companies and the wide range of companies that provide components, services and consultancy. DWIA manages the interests of the members and create the framework for the various fora, in which members can utilise the potential in knowledge sharing and exchange experiences with players within and outside the industry. Furthermore DWIA promotes member interests on both the national and international political stage.

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Energiforum Fyn

CONTACT INFO

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Paul Bergsøes Vej 6,

2600 Glostrup Denmark

www.energiforumdanmark.dk

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The Energy Forum is a knowledge based platform and development forum

for exchange of experiences within energy saving measures

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Energy Cluster Fionia

CONTACT INFO

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Forskerparken 10,

5230 Odense M.

Denmark http://www.udviklingfyn.dk/

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DESCRIPTION

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Energy   Cluster   Fionia   is   a   business   development   initiative   by the

development agency for the Danish sub-region of Fyn Udvikling Odense. Recently Energy Cluster Fionia has joined the Southern Denmark Lean Energy Cluster collaboration with a special focus on energy efficiency. Energy Cluster Fionia is also Danish partner in the European network of 13 regional/national CleanTech clusters focusing on internationalisation, innovation and investment.

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ProjectZero

CONTACT INFO

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Alsion 2

6400 Sønderborg Denmark

http://www.projectzero.dk/

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DESCRIPTION

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ProjectZero is the vision of creating economic growth in the   Sønderborg

region, based on a CO2 neutral development. The goal is to reduce domestic electricity consumption by half and the CO2 emisson by 75 percent before 2020.

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Lean Energy Cluster

CONTACT INFO

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Alsion 2

6400 Sønderborg Denmark

http://www.leanenergy.dk/

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DESCRIPTION

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Lean  Energy  Cluster  aims  to  create  the  best  condition  for developing

energy-efficient technologies and solutions. To encourage innovation, create new markets and jobs, and foster economic development in this field, conditions for Danish companies must be even better than they are now.

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The Alliance for Offshore Renewables

CONTACT INFO

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Dokvej 3

6700 Esbjerg Denmark

http://www.offshoreenergy.dk/

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DESCRIPTION

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-The Alliance for Offshore Renewables will work to secure that   Denmark

preserves its dominant global position and will be able to sophisticate the new, innovative, integrated, end-to-end solutions for which there is a growing demand in the export markets for offshore renewables. The Alliance will also work to create a national forum where views are exchanged and highly specialised knowledge of offshore renewables is updated.The Alliance also intends to help small and medium-sized enterprises in the new “green” growth market.

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Wind Power Cluster

CONTACT INFO

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Regati pst. 1

11911 Tallinn Estonya

http://www.tuuleenergia.ee/

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DESCRIPTION

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Estonian Wind Power Association organised based of common interests in

wind energy development with 25 member organisations both international and domestic.

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Vasa Energy Cluster

CONTACT INFO

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Technology House Futura I, 4th floor

Vaasa Airport Park Yrittäjänkatu 17, 65380 VAASA Finland http://www.merinova.fi/

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Technology   Centre   Oy   Merinova   Ab   promotes   utilisation   of    new

technologies and the growth and success of companies by offering development services together with its partners especially for companies in the energy technology sector. Merinova is responsible for the technology centre services in the Vaasa region in co-operation with its associated company Oy Vaasa Parks Ab.

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Wind Energy Cluster

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Bremen,

Germany

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The Wind Energy Agency is the network of the wind energy industry in

Germany‘s northwest region and serves as a nationwide contact for the offshore wind industry. Since 2002, more than 300 companies and institutes have become members of WAB; they cover all areas of the wind energy industry, from research and production to installation and maintenance.

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EnergieRegion

CONTACT INFO

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Roßstraße 92

40476 Düsseldorf Germany

http://www.energieregion.nrw.de

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DESCRIPTION

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North  Rhine-Westphalia  is  an  energy   region  with  a  tradition.     Since

industrialisation the provision and exploitation of energy have exercised a major influence on economic and social development here. The mix of global players, medium-sized businesses and research institutions in the region means that North Rhine-Westphalia is an ideal location with a unique concentration of competencies which can provide forward-looking solutions in the domain of the energy economy. In global, fast and mobile markets, the classic co-existence of industry, science and public bodies often isn't enough. Innovation potentials can be realised mainly by the greater networking of those involved in clusters along the - partly cross- sector - value chain.

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OLEC (Oldenburger Energie Cluster)

CONTACT INFO

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Marie-Curie-Straße 1

26129 Oldenburg Germany

http://www.energiecluster.de/

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OLEC is an energy cluster located in Northwest Germany. Since 2005, more

than 50 regional companies and institutions have become members of OLEC.

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South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions

CONTACT INFO

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Schweriner Str. 10/1

D-18069 Rostock Germany

http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/

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DESCRIPTION

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There are 6 main objectives of the “South Baltic OFF.E.R” project: Quicker

and more elaborate development of new offshore wind parks; A cleaner and more secure energy supply for the South Baltic Region; More and better jobs in the South Baltic Offshore Wind Industry; Increased competitiveness of the South Baltic Offshore Wind Industry and strengthened position in the European renewable energy market; Public perception of the South Baltic as one of Europe’s premier renewable energy regions; Lasting cross-border relationships strengthening social cohesion in the region.

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Wind Energy Network

CONTACT INFO

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Schweriner Str. 10 / 11,

18069 Rostock Germany

http://www.wind-energy-network.de/

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The Wind Energy Network e.V. is the leading network for windenergy    in

the northeast of Germany as well as the No. 1 national contact point for offshore-windenergy in Germany. As a network of 97 companies the association exists as a platform for all value creation chains in this sector and it champions the strengthening of domestic companies and the settlement of new wind energy companies through active lobbying work, company networking, the pooling of information and know-how and the representation of the network at trade-fairs. As a network for wind energy in the northeast of Germany, we are able and available to answer questions and to pave the way for contact with sector companies, universities, research facilities, administration and politics.

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GADOW – German and Danish Offshore Wind

CONTACT INFO

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Germany & Denmark –interregional-

http://www.gadow-offshore.net/en/

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Network for the promotion of offshore in the border region of   Germany

and Denmark.

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Green Energy and Environmental Technology Cluster (Green Technology Cluster)

CONTACT INFO

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Pļavu iela 17,

Liepāja, LV-3411, Letonya http://www.kbi.lv/

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DESCRIPTION

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Green  Technology  Cluster  is  first  Cluster  in  Latvia  created  for   active

supporting the companies and organizations in the green energy field. Structure of Green Energy and Environmental Technology Cluster (Green Cluster): Electro mobility or "Green technology and related industry segment; Renewable energy and related industry segment (Wind energy; Solar energy; Other renewable energy, including the earth energy; Waste and recycling); Energy efficiency and related industry segment. In the Cluster are already involved more than 50 Latvian companies, organisations and science institutions.

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Baltic Eco-Energy Cluster (BKEE)

CONTACT INFO

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80-231 Gdańsk,

14 Fiszera St.

Poland http://www.imp.gda.pl/en/beec/

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DESCRIPTION

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The  Baltic  Eco-Energy  Cluster  (BEEC)  is a  common initiative of  the PAS

Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, University of Warmia and Mazury, Gdansk University of Technology, Koszalin University of Technology, Marshals and Self-Governments of the Pomorskie and Warmińsko- Mazurskie Voivodeships, as well as the economic units and associations having their seats in those voivodeships. Geographically, BEEC's activity covers the area of Northern Poland from Koszalin through Pomorskie Voivodeship to eastern confines of Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship.

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Biogas West

CONTACT INFO

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Norra Hamngatan 14,

Gothenburg Sweden

http://www.businessregiongoteborg.com/

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DESCRIPTION

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Biogas West is the world’s first regional project for promoting biogas as

vehicle fuel. Some 30 participants from privately and publicly owned companies, organizations, public authorities and municipal authorities make up the core of this unique public-private partnership.

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IRO – The Association of Dutch Suppliers in the Oil and Gas Industry

CONTACT INFO

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Boompjes 40 (Willemswerf) 13th floor

3011 XB Rotterdam Netherlands http://www.iro.nl/

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DESCRIPTION

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Since  its  foundation  in 1971  IRO  promotes  the  interests  of  the Dutch

supply and service companies in the upstream oil and gas industry. Members cover all activities involved in the supply industry, such as engineering, field development, pipeline installation, maintenance, manufacturing and material & equipment supply, onshore as well as offshore. IRO represents the interests of its 400 member companies towards the government and prospective customers, facilitates export promotion and subsidies for innovative technology. IRO offers member companies a vast national and international network. More recently Employment & Education has become a spearhead of the association.

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East of England Energy Group (EEEGR)

CONTACT INFO

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Beacon Innovation Centre

Beacon Park Gorleston

Great Yarmouth Norfolk

NR31 7RA

United Kingdom http://www.eeegr.com/

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DESCRIPTION

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The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) is the industry association  for

energy in the East of England, representing over 350 members across the supply chain. EEEGR is a non-profit, business-led group committed to the sustained development of the energy sector in the East of England and the continued success of our members. The members operate throughout the energy sectors from oil, gas, wind, wave & tidal, bio-energy, and nuclear through to decommissioning, carbon capture & storage (CCS), distribution and transmission and conventional generation.

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Edinburgh Technopole

CONTACT INFO

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Bush House

Edinburgh Technopole Milton Bridge

Nr. Penicuik EH26 0BB United Kingdom

http://www.edinburghtechnopole.co.uk/

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DESCRIPTION

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Technology park at the University of Edinburgh which aims for  attracting

innovative (small) companies covering the industries of life sciences, medicine, electronics, informatics and technology

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HI-Energy

CONTACT INFO

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Fraser House, Friar's Lane

Inverness, IV1 1RN, Scotland United Kingdom http://www.hi-energy.org.uk/

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DESCRIPTION

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Virtual cluster concept covering all fields of the energy-sector; provides

detailed information about different technologies and further links, focussed on the highland and islands of Scotland

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Association of Offshore Industries (ABOI)

CONTACT INFO

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28 - 29 Threadneedle Street,

London, EC2R 8AY United Kingdom

http://www.maritimeindustries.org/Home

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DESCRIPTION

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This  market  area  provides  the  focus  for  members  of  the  Society    of

Maritime Industries which supply systems, equipment and services to the full range of the offshore energy industry. Typical member companies develop specialist offshore systems and provide worldwide services and facilities for the oil and gas industry and offshore renewable energy installations together with liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and floating liquefaction and storage (FLNG) systems. Also associated with this market are those companies which supply equipment and services for every type of offshore facility and vessel associated with the exploration and production of energy resources, from low tonnage workboats through to fixed, floating and semi submersible platforms.

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Scottish Enterprise

CONTACT INFO

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Atrium Court

50 Waterloo Street Glasgow

G2 6HQ

United Kingdom

http://www.scottish-enterprise.com/

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DESCRIPTION

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A group of businesses who seek cooperation with Baltic Sea countries for

increased trade especially in the Energy sector

CLUSTER NAME

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The Valencian Cluster of Energy Industries

CONTACT INFO

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Valencia

Spain http://avaesen.ite.es/

SHORT

DESCRIPTION

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Industrial  automation  and  solar  Technology.  High  power  A.C. motors,

electronic  soft‐starters, speed drives and solar inverters