eseia is pleased to welcome new members with the desire and the capacity to advance sustainable energy systems all across Europe. Get to know their vision, expertise and how can they contribute to the association´s mission.
2018 ends with new valuable incorporations among eseia members. In total, the association gathers 34 members from 13 different countries to date. Among them, higher education institutions, research centers, and businesses share their knowledge and ability for a common purpose. Due to intense work during the past months, three new organisations have joined the Alliance.
Energie Steiermark Technik GmbH, Austria
Energy Steiermark Technik GmbH is an associated company of Energy Steiermark, the fourth largest Austrian energy supply company. The international company focuses on energy, gas and heat provision located in Graz and has presence in other countries such as Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Slovenia.
Energie Steiermark is constantly aligned with the current and future needs of the market and the customers. In addition, the company is involved in a number of renewable energy community projects piloting the energy turn. The business currently produces renewable energy from wind, water, sun, and biomass. Energie Steiermark GmbH overall has 1,700 staff, close to € 1,000 Mio. turnover. The EBIT is € 120 Mio.
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Science Park, Austria
Science Park Graz (SPG) is the high-tech incubator for Graz, Styria and beyond. SPG mission is to support academics from all scientific disciplines with business ideas in an early phase of their start-up plans with advice, coaching, infrastructure, and funding. Only innovative companies with a high growth potential are accompanied up to 18 months on their way to international success.
As business incubation center of the European Space Agency (ESA BIC Austria), Science Park develops 10 additional startups per year, supporting technology transfers from the aerospace industry to other business areas. The research organisation is one of the biggest ESA BIC programmes within the EU.
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Leitner Ropeways, Austria
Leitner Ropeways is part of the High Technology institutes (HTI) Group, an umbrella organisation that unites the additional brands of PRINOTH (snowgroomers and tracked vehicles), LEITWIND (wind turbines), DEMACLENKO (snowmaking systems), AGUDIO (material ropeways), POMA (rope-hauled transportation systems), and MINIMETRO (cable-drawn rail vehicles). In 2017, the group which has 61 affiliates and 123 sales and service points, generated a turnover of 873 million euro.
Leitner Ropeways supported the WeMove2Zero KIC proposal, led by eseia, in line with the company strategy and business in the area of urban passenger transportation. Ropeways are public transportation with interesting features for urban mobility.
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