World Efficiency Summit: Accelerating the Transition to a Low-Carbon and Resource-Efficient Economy
World Climate Ltd (WCL) has partnered with the world’s leading event organiser – Reed Exhibitions – to present the annual WORLD EFFICIENCY SUMMIT, as part of the World Efficiency Solutions event, at the Porte De Versailles in Paris from the 17th to 19th October 2017.
World Efficiency Solutions is expected to draw over 20,000 participants, making it the leading international event for low-carbon and resource-efficient innovation, technology and solutions.
The World Efficiency Summit – developed and curated in partnership with World Climate Ltd, will gather key stakeholders to encourage business leadership for the green and circular economy, foster strategic innovation and lay the groundwork for the mainstreaming of low-carbon and resource-efficient solutions through new projects, policies and business models.
“We have high ambitions for World Efficiency Solutions, which will give cities, SME’s and large corporations a global platform to present their solutions for a low-carbon and resource-efficient economy. We are thrilled to have World Climate Ltd support us in our ambition through the World Efficiency Summit, which will gather the foremost international business and thought leadership, to inspire and progress our steps towards a resource-efficient future.”– Stéphanie Gay-Torrente, Show Director, World Efficiency Solutions.
World Climate Ltd, as a strategic advisory with expertise in developing multi-stakeholder platforms to drive green business, has been engaged to develop the overall content and strategy of the Summit. Through the curating of relevant topics, speakers and participants, World Climate Ltd will ensure that the World Efficiency Summit brings together the entire business and innovation eco-system to the forefront, to accelerate the applications of low-carbon solutions in all sectors. Furthermore, through World Climate Ltd’s flagship event the World Climate Summit – taking place this year alongside COP23 in Bonn, the conclusions made at the World Efficiency Summit will provide strong links to the NDCs follow-up at COP22 and 2030 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
“Issues arising from climate change and resource scarcity have risen to the top of the global agenda; not just for national governments, but for cities, businesses and consumers too. That is why an event such as World Efficiency Solutions – of its kind, of its scale – is not only possible, but also necessary. This global platform is bringing together actors across all sectors. The innovative and resource-efficient technologies, solutions, strategies and financing they will showcase, serve all of our interests in securing an environmentally sound, low-carbon future.” Jens Nielsen, CEO, World Climate Ltd.
With more than 2000 industry experts, businesses and investors expected to attend, the World Efficiency Summit is guaranteed to be the most fruitful international meeting for businesses looking to grasp economic opportunities and innovations for a resource-efficient future.
Seize the opportunity to be lucratively positioned at the world’s premier conference for resource-efficiency, by contacting our team to discuss our exciting partnership offerings.
We look forward to welcoming you in Paris.
Paris, Porte de Versailles 17/10 - 19/10/2017
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