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Our valued partners

eceee is very grateful for the support given by partners and contributors – it is not possible to arrange the conference without this support.

Inviting partners and collaborators

eceee seeks organisations and stakeholders interested in being involved as partners and collaborators. We gladly welcome your cooperation on:

  • marketing the event in wider circles and in the respective organisation’s communities and stakeholder groups
  • developing financial support options.

Don’t hesitate to get back to us with questions and suggestions. See page on partner options.

Gold partner

The Swedish Energy Agency, which was formed in 1998, works towards transforming the Swedish energy system into an ecological and economically sustainable system through guiding state capital towards the area of energy. This is done in collaboration with trade and industry, energy companies, municipalities and the research community.

Silver partners

ADEME Agence de L'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency. ADEME’s mission is to encourage, supervise, coordinate, facilitate, and undertake operations with the aim of protecting the environment and managing energy. It’s priority areas are energy, air, noise, transport, waste, polluted soil and sites, and environmental management.

Enova SF Norway, is a public enterprise owned by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova SF’s main mission is to contribute to environmentally sound and rational use and production of energy, relying on financial instruments and incentives to stimulate market actors and mechanisms to achieve national energy policy goals.

Bronze partner

ISOVER Technical Insulation. The ongoing rise in energy prices as well as the concern to protect the environment has underlines the urgent need to reduce energy losses and CO2 emissions. Energy efficiency solutions are therefore at the core of the Saint-Gobain and ISOVER strategy as the world's leading insulation company.

ISOLVER Technical insulation is offering innovative and sustainable solutions for thermal, fire and sound protection for all technical markets such as HVAC, Industry, Marine & Offshore and OEM.


Rockwool Technical Insulation – a division of the Rockwool Group – is active in the industrial insulation market in two dedicated segments: process industry & power generation and shipbuilding & offshore. Through the ProRox range for industry and SeaRox range for marine and offshore, our experts offer a complete range of products and systems for the thermal and firesafe insulation of technical installations. RTI is always on top of the latest advancements. For over 70 years, we have presented high-grade products and given expert advice through research, innovation and intensive employee training. RTI demands excellence. All RTI insulation products – from SeaRox to ProRox – meet the most stringent quality and safety standards. In every segment we are always searching for new systems, methods and solutions. We endeavor to develop ever more efficient products and to constantly optimise production processes and processing technologies.

In addition to providing outstanding products, RTI is able to draw on in-depth expertise to ensure that end users in the petrochemical, power generation, shipbuilding, offshore and the process industries are given the best insulation solution. Both in the process industry, our stone wool products offer the best possible protection against heat and energy loss, fire, noise and other unwanted influences. Our sales teams will be delighted to advise you in drawing up technical and project specifications.

Endorsing partners

Deutsche Unternehmensinitiative Energieeffizienz e.V. (DENEFF), or the German Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency, was founded to give a voice to the energy efficiency industry. DENEFF unites frontrunner companies in the field of energy efficiency to collectively represent their political interests for an effective and ambitious energy efficiency regulation in Germany, and is ramping up its political activities with focus on energy efficiency in the buildings sector as well as industrial processes.


Institute for Energy Efficiency in Production (EEP). The mission of the Institute for Energy Efficiency in Production at the University of Stuttgart (EEP) is to develop and promote technologies for the implementation of energy efficiency measures in the industrial sector. As a competence center for industrial energy efficiency, it advances the use of novel technologies, promotes efficient and flexible energy systems, and develops innovative financing instruments and business models to remove barriers and accelerate energy efficiency investments. With its regularly published Energy Efficiency Index of the German Industry, the institute brings society and politics up-to-date on energy efficiency trends in industry, informs about the effectiveness of legal instruments, and points out what type of instrument or framework may be required to enhance energy efficiency.


The European Industrial Insulation Foundation (EiiF) was established in 2009 by the European contractor's association FESI and 11 other Partners. It comprises Europe’s leading insulation contractors and manufacturers. As a neutral and non-profit institution it promotes insulation as a top-of-mind method of enhancing sustainability and profitability. It strives to raise the awareness of the growing, much needed benefits of insulation.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI analyzes the origins and impacts of innovations. We research the short- and long-term developments of innovation processes and the impacts of new technologies and services on society. On this basis, we are able to provide our clients from industry, politics and science with recommendations for action and perspectives for key decisions. Our expertise is founded on our scientific competence as well as an interdisciplinary and systemic research approach.

The Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping industry and policymakers around the globe identify and implement best practices in order to achieve greater energy efficiency and productivity. IIP’s main focus is on supporting efforts in the highly energy-intensive industries – cement, iron and steel, and chemicals – and the three most industrial energy intensive countries – China, India and the US by offering a range of information, tools and services.

IIP is part of the ClimateWorks Network and is committed to compiling and sharing best practice information from around the world with a concentration on policy, finance, technical support, and demonstration projects as actions in these areas can overcome barriers to realizing GHG mitigation and energy saving potential in the industry sector. IIP’s integrated model along with its broad network of experts enables it to provide assistance and expertise to governments and companies that share their goal of competitive industries through a low carbon future

The EU STEAM-UP project aims to overcome the barriers that prevent the industrial sector from taking energy efficiency measures. The focus of the project is on efficiency in steam systems. These barriers are: no business case for steam saving measures, lack of technical (steam) expertise and no formal organisational structure for dealing with energy efficiency (energy management).