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CARBON EXPO / Cologne - Germany. . . . . The world’s number one trade fair location. Quick access from across Europe! > Major hub of Airlines and InterCity High Speed Trains. Located in the center of the highest population-densed region of Europe.

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Carbon expo cologne germany

CARBON EXPO / Cologne - Germany

Carbon expo cologne germany

  • The world’s number one trade fair location

  • Quick access from across Europe! > Major hub of Airlines and InterCity High Speed Trains

  • Located in the center of the highest population-densed region of Europe

  • Facilities located less than 10 minutes walk to downtown Cologne


50 km – 8,1 mil. Europeans

100 km – 20 mil. Europeans

500 km – 180 mil. Europeans

Why Cologne?

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Carbon expo at a glance

Carbon Expo at a Glance


  • Wednesday, May 11th - Friday, May 13th, 2004


  • Cologne Conference Center, 12 workshops in up to 3 parallel rooms, 5 Plenary sessions, up to 30 side events by Exhibitors, 4-8 workshops by collaborating associations, 6000 sqm of Exhibition space


  • The first Trade Fair environment for the Global Carbon Market

  • Conference program and training workshops

  • Knowledge Mart

  • Speakers‘ Corner

  • Trading Corner

  • Exhibitor‘s Side Events

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Target groups

  • Speakers

  • Government/Politics

  • Industry

  • Financial Intermediaries

  • Law Firms

  • Consultants

  • Media

  • Specialised environment press

  • Economic press

  • Participants

  • Carbon Buyers

  • Project Developers

  • Technology Providers

  • Financial Intermediaries

  • Brokers and Traders

  • Law Firms

  • Governments (Experts from developing countries)

  • Investment Promotion Agencies

  • Accounting and Auditing Firms

  • Carbon Market Consultants and Advisors

  • Bilaterial Aid Agencies and Foundations

  • Journalists

  • Exhibitors

  • Service providers in the carbon market, such as

    • Financial Internediaries

    • Brokers

    • Verifiers/Certifiers

    • Law Firms

    • Auditing Firms

  • Technology Providers

  • Project developers

  • CDM/JI Host country governments/industry

  • Bilateral Aid Agency and Foundations

  • UN Agencies

  • Associations

  • Eurelectric



  • Forest Trends

  • European Commission

  • IETA

Target Groups

  • “Carbon Expo”

  • Global Carbon Market Fair & Conference

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Why participate

... of the European Emissions Trading Scheme, its opportunities, challenges and linkages to similar schemes in Canada and Japan, through information sessions, workshops as well as one-on-one sessions.

Receive specializedtraining...

... with leading practitioners and analysts on creating, managing, financing and contracting to buy carbon assets.

Meet with all actors...

... engaged in this market: industry, service providers, aid agencies, financial institutions, governments.

Talk with sellers...

.. of project-based emission reductions from Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europa and Africa. What is for sale?

See what buyers...

... are prepared to pay and how much they want to buy. Understand delivery potential and constraints.

Identify technological solutions...

... to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. What technologies are avaiable in the different sectors?

Find out who...

... is financing these types of projects.

Why Participate?

Gain full understanding...

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Exhibitor 2004

Exhibitor 2004


Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Why should host countries exhibit

...your investment climate and upcoming projects

Meet new customers

...for your emission reductions


...your climate-friendly projects and meet potential new clients willing to invest to combat climate change.


...for the first time in a real trade fair environment and not on the margins of conferences or UN meetings.

Why Should Host Countries Exhibit?


Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Exhibitors at carbon expo 2005 as of feb 1

Exhibitors at CARBON EXPO 2005 as of Feb 1

59 Companies and Institutions, including: 3C Climate Change Consulting, 500 ppm, Aitkins, Baker&McKenzie, Belgian federal climate section, Brasmetano Ind, BVQI, CDM/JI Office Canada, Camco International,CD4CDM Asia, Clean Air Action Co., CO2e, DAIWA Securities, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Development Bank of Japan, Dresdner Bank, Ecofys, EcoSecurities, Energy Agency NRW, Environmental Resource Management (ERM), Environmental Software Provider (ESP), Energy Brainpool Porfolio Consultants, Esolutions, European Carbon Fund/ixis, European Climate Exchange (ECX), European Heat Pump Association, Evolution Markets , EvoMenert, Factor Consulting, Future Camp, GfA Terrasystems, Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership, IETA, J-Power, Japan Carbon Finance, JBIC, KfW-Bankengruppe, Kommunalkredit Austria, Lloyds Register Quality Assurance, MGM International, New Values, Nordex AG, Permanent Court of Arbritation, PointCarbon, SAP, Shell Global Solutions, Societe General Surveillance (SGS), Tabbin Institute for Metallurgical Studies, TUV Sued, TUV Rheinland, UK Climate Change Project Office, UNFCCC, World Bank Carbon Finance Business, WBCSD, WWF Gold Standard, WWF Russia, ZAO Digaz

25 CDM/JI Host Countries including: Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, India (confirmed in principle), Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Peru, Romania, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Uruguay

9 Media Partners: Abbey Publishing, Argus Media, Dow Jones News, Energy Solutions, Environmental Finance, Platts, Heren Energy, New Climate, Meio Ambiente Industrial

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Your presentation opportunities 2 2

Your Presentation Opportunities (2/2)

  • Presentation packages



  • Presentation booth

  • 9 m²

9 m² stand space incl. shell scheme stand, carpet and furniture


logo in fair guide sponor section and web


Free tickets


Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Admission tickets

Admission Tickets

  • Participants fee

  • Join CARBON EXPO, meet the industry and players in the Global Carbon Market. Learn about technologies that produce reductions. Take part in the training sessions. Admission tickets include access to all events on all three days (subject to capacity restrictions, please pre-register on the Internet:, lunch and coffee break.

  • 980 EUR + VAT Regular ticket

  • 690 EUR + VAT Discounted ticket for members of certainAssociations (e. g. Eurelectric, WBCSD, ITEBE, IPIECA, Europia, EHPA )

  • 490 EUR + VAT for experts from companies that are publiclytraded in developing countries but not on OECD stock exchanges

  • 190 EUR + VAT for experts from companies or organisationsfrom developing countries that are not publicly traded

  • 75 EUR + VAT for students

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

Next steps

Next Steps

  • Submit 10 PINs/ 2 PDDs by March 15

  • These will be reviewed bv IETA/WB Committee

  • Nominate two delegates as soon as possible (no later than April 25) > where one must be expert from investment promotion agency or industry expert that can speak to investors’ questions

  • Advertise > Emine Keldirgici can provide assistance

Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse



For questions regarding World Bank assistance to Host Countries:

Charles Cormier (Phone +1.202.473.5423, [email protected])

Or Emine Kildirgici (Phone +1.202.473.7937, [email protected])

  • For questions regarding conference content please contact: Robert Dornau, Conference Director

  • Phone +41 22/839-3154

  • Fax +41 22/839-3181

  • [email protected]

  • For questions regarding organizational aspects please contact: Koelnmesse GmbH

  • Sfephanie Kleine Klausing

  • Messeplatz 1, 50679 Köln, Germany

  • Phone +49 221/821-3192

  • Fax +49 221/821-3411

  • [email protected]


Carbon Expo ~ 2004 / IETA, World Bank, Koelnmesse

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