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we.CONECT presents the ener.CON Award 2014

20 Mar 2014 - 21 Mar 2014 - Berlin, Germany

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For the first time we.CONECT bestows the ener.CON Award for the best energy efficiency project. The Award Ceremony will be part of the ener.CON Europe 2014 conference, taking place on March 20 – 21, 2014 in Berlin. The Award will be given to outstanding achievements and performance in Strategy & Management, Technology or Innovation. Advisory Board | Jury The ener.con AWARD 2014 is judged by a selected panel of expert professionals from a diverse range of sectors and is composed of the members of the event’s advisory board. Members of the advisory board include: • Michael Becker, Director Pfizer Global Engineering, Pfizer Inc. / Germany • Malte Homann, Global Energy Excellence Manager, Bayer Material Science AG / Germany • Bart Adams, Principal Consultant Sustainable Use, Head of Section, DNV KEMA / Belgium Boost your Project If you strive to see your project honored and celebrated by a thriving community, then don’t hesitate to apply for the ener.con AWARD 2014! Earn the recognition and reputation your project deserves and promote your concept among peers! Apply now for the ener.con AWARD 2014: Download the application form, fill all information about your company and your project in and send it back to or fax it to +49 (0) 30 52 10 70 3 – 30 until February 25, 2014. In winning the ener.con AWARD 2014, the selected project will not only receive a certificate and respective trophy, but also enable the donation of a 2.000,00 Euro cheque on the company’s behalf to a corresponding charity project, as organized by we.CONECT. If you want to receive more information about the conditions of the award, the award ceremony or the ener.CON Europe 2014 conference, you are welcome to visit our website ( or contact us: Peter Haack Marketing Development Commander Phone: +49 (0)30 52 10 70 3 - 42| Fax: +49 (0)30 52 10 70 3 - 30 Email:

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