South Poland Cleantech Cluster

is a collaborative ‘quadruple helix’ cluster established by cleantech industry, research institutions, public/semi-state players and NGOs in the region of Southern Poland, with a vision to create Central Europe’s leading and at the same time one of the most competitive cleantech clusters in the world. This will deliver superior innovation and co-create a facilitating for the introduction of cleantech technologies and services across sectors.

Today’s major global challenges arising from climate change, rapid urbanization, population growth and increasing energy consumption can not be solved by a single technology. Equally, no single sector-government, business or civil society – has the mandate and/or resources to address such long term and complex challenges. Only a combination of technologies and working partnerships of expertise, including integrated water systems, renewable energy, intelligent grids, smart city solutions and waste treatment systems can deliver sustainable, multi-sectoral solutions.

The vision of the cluster is implemented by building and developing the potential of 10 cooperation platforms:

  • industry 4.0
  • Smart City / sustainable urban development / e-mobility
  • intelligent buildings / management systems / ecological building materials
  • energy efficiency
  • smart grid / green energy
  • VR / AR / MR
  • Big Data
  • internet of things / internet of everything
  • bio-economy
  • circular economy


Symposium “Buildings under Control”

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SPCleantech participated on 28.02 – 01.03.2018 in an event organized by a member of the cluster, Zdania Sp.z o.o., – Symposium “Buildings under Control”. The symposium was devoted to the concept of intelligent building management, integrated BMS systems supporting the increase of energy efficiency and innovative technologies of building automation systems of LOYTEC and ZDANIA, and will take place at Villa Decius in Krakow.

The topics of the first day of the Symposium were dedicated to investors, architects, users and managers of commercial, university buildings, state and local government administration.

The subject of the second day of the Symposium was intended for Designers, Integrators, Contractors and Users of building automation and safety systems

We invited to participate:

  • Investors and General Contractors
  • Architects
  • Designers of electrical installations, lighting, low voltage installations, including automation, control and building management systems as well as security systems
  • HVAC system designers, manufacturers and suppliersIntegrators and suppliers of building automation systems and BMS
  • Users and maintenance services of BMS systems
  • Administrators of university buildings
  • Managers of commercial, self-governmental and public administration buildings