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17 - 18 OCTOBER 2018
Conference for sustainable solutions

This was the first Baltic Clean Technology:

With 152 participants from 9 different countries the first Baltic Clean Technology took place on 28 - 29 September 2017 in the HanseMesse Rostock. The conference offered a comprehensive, two-day program along with exclusive opportunities to network, learn and do business. Baltic Clean Technology included innovative, exceptional formats like the first Cleantech Talk with a livestream and a project development Workshop. All lectures and inputs from the conference were recorded in graphical images.

Baltic Clean Technology is implemented as a part of the project “Cleantech International”. Further information about the project can be found at

Who presented you the keynotes:

Resources in a circular economy: regional, European and global view

Prof. Dr. Petter Jenssen | Norwegian University of Life Sciences

The keynote will give a survey on circular economy, focussed on resources such as water, wastewater, sludge and their pollution and utilization potential. The lecture will be illustrated with his expertise and experience in Norway and third world, e.g. national research program entitled «Natural systems technology for wastewater treatment”. Several of these treatment alternatives are highly interesting in developing countries as well as for cold conditions.

When old turbines give room for new technology within Vattenfall’s portfolio.

Maria Hassel | Vattenfall AB

The lecture will be about the decommissioning of Yttre Stengrund, one of the first offshore wind farms in Sweden. Maria Hassel will talk about the process from decision to execution, lessons learned and experiences from Yttre Stengrund that can be implemented in new wind power projects.

Digital transformation with data driven services

Stefan Krinke | Microsoft Deutschland GmbH

Who you have met:

  • SMEs from various sectors e.g. ocean technology and resource management
  • Start ups
  • Sellers / distributors of Cleantech products
  • Industrial suppliers
  • Universities and R&D institutions
  • Local municipalities/cities/public authorities
  • Representatives of Cleantech networks in third regions, organizers of international Cleantech conferences and fairs