South Poland Cleantech Cluster

is a platform for cooperation between companies, universities and research and development units, local government units (municipalities, cities) and non-governmental organizations

South Poland Cleantech Clusters vision is to become a leading cleantech cluster in Central Europe and one of the most competitive clusters in the world by creating a superior innovation and research environment to bring cleantech technology and services to various sectors and value chains.

SPCleantech brings together members and partners around the following collaboration platforms:

  • intelligent, low-emission buildings / management systems / ecological building materials
  • Smart city / sustainable urban development / e-mobility
  • energy efficiency
  • smart grid, renewable energy
  • virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)
  • Big Data
  • internet of things (IoT), internet of everything (IoE)
  • bio-based economy
  • circular economy

Visit in Øresund (DK, S)

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On 27-30.08.2017, SPCleantech President, Janusz Kahl visited Greater Copenhagen Region (DK) and Skåne Business Region – Malmø, Lund (S). On the first day there was a visit to Malmø (S) at the MAXI IV Laboratory, a Swedish national laboratory providing scientists with the most brilliant X-rays for scientific research. With over 30 years of experience in the operation of the MAX I-III, the MAX IV was launched, which was launched on June 21, 2016. Janusz Kahl met with laboratory director Christoph Quitmann and Stefan Johansson from Invest in Skåne with whom he spoke about future cooperation.

On the second day of the visit Janusz Kahl met the owner of the Danish 1st mile company at the Copenhagen Technical University, Søren Houmøller. This company supporting university startups was responsible for 3 out of 5 applications to Horizon 2020, which received funding. The talks focused on technology transfer, support for startups and joint applications to Horizon 2020 and other EU financial sources.

On the third day of visiting Janusz Kahl as Goodwill Ambassador of the Danish-Swedish region, The Greater Copenhagen Region met with Denmark’s Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

On the fourth day of the visit Janusz Kahl met with the owner and president of Green Wave Systems, a global IoT company with an address in Silicon Valley, USA, Martin Manniche. Talking to Martin, who is also the Goodwill Ambassador of the Øresund Region, was concerned about the possibility of creating a Venture Capital fund in Poland, as Martin works with it in Silicon Valley.