- 1 December 2023
- Graphene news
NanoEMI at the 3W Congress technology summit – the most important meeting of experts dealing with technologies in the field of water, hydrogen, and carbon in Poland and this part of Europe! Another great event behind us! Our company was represented by our CEO, Krzysztof (Kris) Jakubczak, at the 3rd 3W Congress (Idea 3W) – the most important meeting of experts dealing with technologies in the field of water, hydrogen, and carbon in Poland and this part of Europe!
The event was initiated by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego in 2021, focusing on innovative technologies in the area of water, hydrogen, and non-energy coal, supporting the development and competitive advantage of the Polish economy.
The 3W Congress is the largest meeting in Poland and this part of Europe of experts dealing with technologies in the area of water, hydrogen and carbon!
The theme of that year’s 3W Congress was elemental carbon, exploring its applications in medicine, IT, defense, and the space industry. The discussions also delved into the sustainable management and conservation of water resources, discussing a hydrogen-powered future and exploring successful solutions from around the world.
The event offered interesting discussions, technological trends, analyses, and reports on 3W technology and the development of the 3W sector. Exciting 3W projects of local governments were presented, and the region’s development opportunities resulting from involvement in 3W projects were discussed.
During the 3rd 3W Congress, the following topics are discussed: how we implement the mission of building a 3D ecosystem, how the 3D sector is developing and what challenges it faces, as well as what direction technological trends related to water, hydrogen and coal are heading.
November 27-28, 2023
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Center Warsaw, ul. Skalnicowa 21
Places were reserved in advance, and it was great opportunity to meet us the 3rd 3W Congress!
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