Stakeholders & Contacts

This section provides information and contact details for important governmental institutions, interest groups and research institutes in Germany whose activities make a significant impact on the development and application of environmental technologies.

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TZW: DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser - the German Water Centre – is part of DVGW e.V. , the German Gas and Waterworks Association. Based on comprehensive research activities and practical experiences TZW develops solutions for all areas of national and international water management issues from resource protection via water abstraction and treatment to distribution up to consumers’ tap.
The Effizienz-Agentur NRW – abbreviated as EFA – is the centre for small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The objectives of their work are comprehensive strategic and technical improvements concerning the sustainable economy -through new strategies, innovative technology and ecologically-oriented measures.
The Energy Agency Mittelfranken was founded by eight power utility companies of the Mittelfranken region as a joint enterprise. The goal of this agency is to help reduce specific energy consumption and thus achieve an ecological handling of all types of energy. To this end, the agency develops energy concepts for communities, consults industry and trade, initiates sample projects up to and including contracts, assists with promotion measures, and conducts training sessions. The agency operates the "Energy Agency Information Exchange" where current technological developments for saving energy are offered.
ESA is a joint agency of the federal state and the utilities of Saxony-Anhalt. ESA’s duties encompass the following areas: Mobilizing energy savings potentials, supporting efficient energy applications, and supporting the use of regenerative energies.
The Energy Agency offers assistance for realizing and implementing task-oriented strategies and measures to explore and exhaust important energy savings potentials. Its primary focus, among others, is on the market opening projects for efficient energy technologies as well as strategies to implement climate-protecting measures. The Energy Agency also has a coordinating function between the power industry, public and private, as well as commercial energy and power users and the energy policy of the state. (Further information in German)
The NRW Energy Agency was founded by the North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry of Economy and Middle-Class, Technology and Transport. THE NRW Energy Agency focuses on providing information and procuring demand-oriented and comprehensive help and assistance concerning efficient energy applications and uses as well as the utilization of inexhaustible energy sources. Small and medium-sized companies as well as towns and municipalities in North Rhine-Westphalia are the target group of the agency. The NRW Energy Agency is a non-commercial enterprise and offers its consulting services free of charge.
Founded in Germany in 1993 as IBAW, European Bioplastics today represents the interests of over 75 member companies throughout the European Union. With members from the agricultural feedstock, chemical and plastics industries, as well as industrial users and recycling companies, European Bioplastics serves as both a contact platform and catalyst for advancing the aims of the growing bioplastics industry.
The EFB is an association of European non-profit-making scientific and technical societies active in the field of biotechnology. The aim is to enhance cooperation between the above-mentioned societies in order to promote research and development in the multidisciplinary field of biotechnology and to support its scientific, economic and applied technical development in a socially and ethically acceptable manner.
The European Federation of Regional Energy and Environment Agencies (FEDARENE) is the network of regional energy and environment agencies in Europe. Among its objectives are the promotion of the international exchange of experience and thus a transfer of know-how and technology, lobbying the European institutions and support for the foundation of energy and environment agencies.
The bfub represents the interests of professional and ecopolitical entities. The federal association and the state associations want to support the agents and responsible entities by providing information services and an exchange of experiences. The position paper concerning the vocational description of professions in the environmental consulting industry established standards for the professional field and the qualification of environmental consultants and advisors. In addition to addresses of the individual state organizations and associations, information about publications, environmental consulting, "Local Agenda 21 in Germany – Practical Examples," and the study "Mandatory Environmental Protection Consulting and Information Requirements" are available as well.
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