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6 September 2017: Wouter Geldhof and Marthe Maselis attend the ESCO matchmaking event 2017

6 September 2017: Wouter Geldhof and Marthe Maselis attend the ESCO matchmaking event 2017

6 September 2017: Wouter Geldhof and Marthe Maselis attend the ESCO matchmaking event 2017

20.06.2017 BE law

Last year, Hogeschool PXL was the first to organize an ESCO matchmaking in Flanders. 40 knowledge institutions and more than 130 participants from various industrial and public sectors were present, as well as the Flemish Minister of Energy Bart Tommelein.

This year, Hogeschool PXL organizes an event that focuses on professional matchmaking where participants will be informed about the new technical, financial and legal solutions for their business, be introduced to active companies from the Euregio Maas-Rijn and be advised about how to let the ESCO ecosystem grow in favor of their business and the environment. Stibbe lawyers Wouter Geldhof and Marthe Maselis, both visiting lecturers in PXL’s ESCO programme will be attending the event to allow companies to get in touch with their legal expertise in this field.

 

When:               Wednesday 6 September, 13:15-19:00

Where:              PXL Congress – Hasselt, Elfde Liniestraat 23, Gebouw D

Participation:    Registration is free until 23 June via this link.

 

Kindly note that the amount of participants is limited to 80.  So if you wish to register for the event, do not hesitate to do so.

 

The programme:

-             13:15 - Registration/reception

-             14:00 - Welcome + explanation

-             14:20 - Session 1 (3 conversations of 15 minutes)

-             15:20 - Break

-             15:40 - Session 2 (3 conversations of 15 minutes)

-             16:40 - Break

-             16:50 - Session 3 (3 conversations of 15 minutes)

-             18:00 - Reception

 

For more information about the event, please click here.

Kindly note that the event is held in Dutch.

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