FOR EXHIBITORS – NORDIC ENERGY STORAGE
25 March 2022
Venue: Vaasa City hall, Senaatinkatu 1
The Nordic Energy (NES) is an international networking event for energy experts, focusing on energy storage and sustainable battery value chain. NES will be held for the first time in 2022.
THE PURPOSE AND GOAL OF NES
The event is held in the growing Nordic energy cluster. The cluster has many active companies and actors working together with innovative projects such as the development of the Finnish batteries ecosystem, hi-tech products and new University education for the industry.
NES will take place on Friday, 25 March 2022 in the Vaasa City Hall. At NES, enterprises will have an opportunity to meet other actors, driving forces and potential partners from Finland and abroad.
At the heart of the event is the exhibition hall where exhibitors can showcase their activities and products. Participants have an opportunity to reserve conference rooms to hold meetings with corporate representatives. In addition, there will be a free open seminar. An evening and networking function will be arranged on Thursday, 24 March 2022.
BOOK YOUR STAND NOW!
Check out exhibitor package & information
Best places for the 2022 event are now available, book your stand now! For more info about the event, prices and about the stands please contact either Harri Lehtinen: firstname.lastname@example.org, +358 50 344 9726 or Teemu Närvä: email@example.com, +358 400 817 006.
NES is organised by University of Vaasa in partnership with ABB, Finnish Minerals Group, Merinova, Novia University of Applied Sciences, VAMK University of Applied Sciences, VASEK, Viexpo and Wärtsilä.
VAASA GAS EXCHANGE EVENT
University of Vaasa is also organising Vaasa Gas Exchange (VGE) event during Vaasa EnergyWeek. VGE is an international networking event for energy experts, focusing on gases including natural gas, LNG, biogas (LBG) and other gaseous fuels for the future. For more information about the event click here.
The organiser is not responsible for any delays or damage that are due to the cancellation or rescheduling of the event due to a force majeure. A force majeure is an event that is beyond the control of the organiser and that the organiser could not have taken into account within reason at the time of signing the contract, and the consequences of which the organiser could not have avoided or overcome within reason. For example, an interruption to general energy production, fire, collapse of a roof, snow load on a roof or other similar event that prevents the use of the location of the event, natural disaster, earthquake, war or uprising, terrorism, infectious disease, etc. shall be regarded as force majeure. A strike, lockout, boycott or other industrial action is regarded as force majeure also when the party itself or the participants are subject to or take part in such action. A force majeure affecting a subcontractor is also deemed to be an exemption criterion.
If the event needs to be cancelled or rescheduled due to a force majeure, the organiser shall reserve the right to charge the participation fee in full. However, if the cancellation takes place at least 60 days before the start date of the Fair, the organiser shall charge 50 per cent of the participation fee. Value added tax effective at any given time will be added to the prices notified by the organiser. The organiser aims to implement a corresponding event in place of the cancelled one, and participation fees that have already been charged can be taken into account as part of the participation fee of a new event in a way decided in further detail by the organiser.