Country Pavilions were an excellent opportunity to know the most recent developments and business information from local players! These were the countries represented in European Utility Week 2016:

  • Italy

    Federazione ANIE was in charge of organising the Italian Pavilion at European Utility Week 2016.

  • Spain

    Check out which companies exhibited at the Spanish Country Pavilion!

  • USA

    The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, and organised a series of networking opportunities for European SMEs, startā€ups, entrepreneurs, universities, research groups, corporations, and cities interested in meeting with American solution providers in the smart energy space.

  • Canada

    The Smart Grid pavilion at EUW was organized by the Trade Commissioner Service in Spain, part of Global Affairs Canada, and the provincial governments of British Columbia and Ontario. 

  • Smart Grids Basque Country
    Smart Grids Basque Country

    A large number of Basque companies with extensive experience in this field have joined the Smart Grids Basque Country brand, created by the Basque Energy Cluster (Cluster de Energía) to merge forces, project their capacities and place the Basque Country as a global benchmark in this field of great projection. 

  • Czech Republic
    Czech Republic

    Czech Republic is a country with great innovative potential and its companies stand among the European leaders in many sectors. For the second time in EUW, Czech companies have presented their products and services in sectors such as Smart Metering Solutions, IT/ICT Utility Services and T&D Operations Infrastructure.

  • Finland

    The Finland country pavilion was organized by Finpro - growth for Finland.

  • France

    Business France was in charge of bringing together the French companies exhibiting at European Utility Week on the French Pavilion.

  • Hungary

    The Hungarian Pavilion was organised by the Hungarian National Trading House.

  • Israel

    For the fourth time at European Utility Week, an Israeli Pavilion was dedicated to displaying the latest technologies and innovation from the Start-Up Nation.