Chartered bus Verona Airport – REGATEC

We are happy to announce that there will be a bus going from Verona Airport to Parchi del Garda on the 22nd of May, and back on the 23rd of May.

Time table 22nd May
10:00 Pescheira del Garda train station -> REGATEC (arrive approx. 10:15)
11:00 Verona Airport -> REGATEC (arrive approx. 11:30)

Time table 23rd May
17:30 REGATEC -> Verona Airport (arrive approx. 18:00)
18:00 Verona Airport -> Pescheira del Garda train station (arrive approx. 18:30)

The bus will carry a REGATEC sign (the REGATEC 2017 logotype).

Network Plus 2017

Note that the deadline for signing up for Network Plus was 21st of April.

What is Network Plus?
During the Network Plus session on May 22nd there will be one hour (17:00 – 18:00) dedicated to a large number of one-to-one business meetings. It’s optional to participate but a good opportunity to meet with your peers. We have organized meeting points, where you have the chance to meet. You will meet participants based on your request and participants who have requested to meet you. Each meeting will be about 8-10 minutes long, so please concentrate on a short introduction (one minute each) to give time for your discussion and questions!

The meeting point (table) will be marked with a number, which corresponds to the meeting list.

There will be five or six rounds for discussions, so it is important to keep your eye on the time and – if not finished in time – please make an appointment for the evening or the next morning. Each round will start with an acoustic signal, an acoustic signal will be given one minute before the round ends and a further acoustic signal will mark the end of the round to give you the signal to go to your next meeting table.

What do you have to do practically and when?
·         Send us up to five contact wishes (based on the PDF circulated among the Network Plus participants) by Wednesday, May 3rd 2017.

·         You will get a list of your personal meetings for Network Plus at the registration desk at the REGATEC 2017 conference upon your arrival. There you will find all necessary information – which table you shall be at, what time, and who you will meet during Network Plus.

·         Be in the Network Plus area (Benacus and Rocca) on May 22nd and go at the designated time to the meeting point/table indicated in your personal meeting list.

 

Thyson Technology Ltd. new exhibitor

Thyson Technology offers a comprehensive range of engineering services for process industries ranging from design, build and commissioning of bespoke high-value analyser systems through to independent project management, contracting and specialist manpower resourcing and electrical maintenance services for water and waste treatment facilities.

HySyTech S.r.l. new exhibitor

Hysytech is an engineering and special process equipment construction company established in 2003, in Turin, Italy. The main product is engineering, focused on innovation, providing total quality engineering solutions and services to the clients.

Hysytech’s international experience and technological background covers several fields: Engineering Prototyping, Pilot Plant and Industrial Facilities EPCM, Process and Technologies Implementation, and design and construction of biomethane upgrading plants.

Global Methane Initiative new exhibitor

The Global Methane Initiative (GMI) is an international public-private initiative that advances cost effective, near-term methane abatement and recovery projects and the use of methane as a clean energy source. Activities of the GMI are focused on reducing informational, institutional, and market barriers to project development by making available tools and resources, providing training and capacity building, conducting technology demonstrations, and offering direct project support.

Working in collaboration with other international organizations, GMI has formed key alliances with partners such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) to reduce global methane emissions. Focusing collective efforts on methane emission sources is a cost-effective approach to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase energy security, enhance economic growth, improve air quality and improve worker safety.