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29 May 2023 - 30 May 2023
Göteborg, Sweden
Meet the Buyer - Climate Neutral Building Installations

Meet the Buyer - Climate Neutral Building Installations

Radical solutions for climate neutral technical installations in buildings 

This online matchmaking offers providers of technical installation products and systems in buildings a possibility to meet the buyers - property owners and builders – who are looking for climate neutral solutions. After the online matchmaking, 10 providers will be selected and invited to attend the onsite Living Lab in Gothenburg, 11th of October.

It will be an opportunity to showcase solutions that has the potential to shift the climate impact to major actors within the building industry.

We look for products & systems with the following features:  

  • Decreased climate impact from the product stage (A1-A3 in LCA) by at least 50 % 
  • High recycled content 
  • Reused products 
  • High proportion of bio-based material 
  • Circular services, e.g. restoration/upgrading of installation products (toilet seats and sinks, lighting fixtures, etc.)  
The process

We invite you to join our Living Lab, a 3-steps process, focused on technical installations and systems with a low climate impact from the product stage.

The first step starts with an online “Meet the Buyer” 29th-30th of May. You will get the opportunity to meet buyers - property owners and builders – who are looking for climate neutral solutions. The buyers will then evaluate the meetings and select up to 20 providers to the second stage, a Business Day in Gothenburg 11th of October.

At the Business Day 11th of October, if selected, you get to present your solutions and build relations to the buyers. There will also be presentations and pitches from the stage, exhibition, one to one meetings, study tour and of course opportunity to make relevant connections.

The third and final step is to test and evaluate the solutions in upcoming installation objects. It is important to the city of Gothenburg to find solutions that meet the very ambitious goals to decrease climate impact by 90% by 2030, simultaneously as approx. 80000 new households and equally as many workplaces are planned to be built until 2035. In the largest urban development area, Älvstaden, the plans are to develop 5 million km2 – 25 000 households and 45 000 workplaces.

Closed since 29 May 2023
Östra Hamngatan 5
Göteborg, Sweden
Organised by
Sweden 46
Poland 19
United Kingdom 4
Spain 2
South Korea 1
Latvia 1
Türkiye 1
Denmark 1
Austria 1
Slovakia 1
North Macedonia 1
Total 78