Sponsorship Opportunities

Find out how you can contribute to this leading event

SHAPE ICEM 2017

There are many ways you can be part of our 4th International Conference Energy & Meteorology. Why not shaping it uniquely by becoming one of our sponsors? Not only would you gain access to a premium international pool of experts and scientists in the fields of energy, water and meteorology but you would also influence the event by collaborating on the organization of targeted workshops and interactive sessions. Plus, you would benefit from a lot of complimentary additions!

Take a look down below at our Sponsorship Prospectus to find out more about the event and the possibilities we’ve designed for you. We have many options available for you, but we’re also open to your suggestions. Get in touch with us at icem2017@wemcouncil.org and we’ll be happy to discuss other possibilities.

For the 4th ICEM we are not planning on organising an exhibition component. However, if we receive sufficient requests we would be happy to set up a premium area at the conference where you can effectively promote your company.

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

  • “I thought ICEM 2011 went EXTREMELY well and you should be very pleased with it all. It reinforced for me the enormous interdependencies of energy and meteorology.”

    Mr John Zillman (former Director of Australian Bureau of Meteorology, former president World Meteorological Organization, Australia)
  • "The way ICEM 2015 facilitated the special panel session on the Energy component of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) has been exemplary and conducive to important follow up actions. The day-long seminar that preceded ICEM 2015, during which I attended the segment on energy for meteorologists, was particularly important in increasing my understanding of the needs of the energy sector, which has contributed to the development of the GFCS Energy component in a very material way. Overall, I particularly enjoyed my interaction with a highly skilled and motivated interdisciplinary community and the warm environment."

    Dr Maxx Dilley (Director, Climate Prediction and Adaptation Branch, World Meteorological Organization, Switzerland)
  • "As a climate service provider, I treasure the new contacts and new concepts I find at the ICEM meetings. We have secured a contract and an association with a a key international energy company that is very valuable to us. And we have been able to use some ideas from ICEM in our products and sponsored research. The choice of venues and the meeting programs are conducive to friendly interactions."

    Prof John Dutton (President, Prescient Weather Ltd, USA; CEO, the World Climate Service)
  • "I don't know of another conference that so effectively pulls as much technical expertise together. Combining that expertise with its application in the energy business makes ICEM unique.”

    Mr. Stuart Brown (Head Origination Weather & Energy, Environmental Commodities Markets, Swiss Re Capital, UK)
  • “I am committed for many years now to putting together people from the energy world with the people from the meteorology/climate world. It is a great pleasure to see that we have the third ICEM – that means it is something which is now in the landscape as something people feel is important to have this sort of dialogue and to have a huge discussion on these topics.”

    MS Claude Nahon (Senior VP for Sustainable Development, EDF Group, France)

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