Water

Name Desgination Name of the Company Company Description website
Mr. Bart Jeroen Bierens Senior advisor water and circular solutions Netherlands Enterprise Agency

Netherlands Enterprise Agency is an independent public organisation that supports enterprises in innovation and international business development via advice, finance and creation of consortia. Besides water and circular solutions we act in all technology fields. Our advisors have a broad network (in this case water) and a clear understanding of marktet demands and Nods. For India we work with innovative enterprises and research institutes active in the field of water that are keen to create parternships and joint business development. We developed large water projects on cotton in Maharastra and on sugarcane in Karnataka. We also developed a project for sustainable production in leather industry in Kanpur. We developed together with academia and private parties from India and the Netherlands the LOTUS HR project at the Barapullah Drain in Delhi on communal waste water and water re use. We are furthermore in close contact with Dutch technology providers providing innovative solutions for Zero Liquid Discharge applications.

www.rvo.nl
Mr. Tjitte Nauta Regional Manager Asia Deltares

Deltares is an independent institute for applied research in the field of water and subsurface. Throughout the world, we work on smart solutions, innovations and applications for people, environment and society. Our main focus is on deltas, coastal regions and river basins. Managing these densely populated and vulnerable areas is complex, which is why we work closely with governments, businesses, other research institutes and universities at home and abroad. Our motto is Enabling Delta Life. As an applied research institute, the success of Deltares can be measured in the extent to which our expert knowledge can be used in and for society. For Deltares the quality of our expertise and advice comes first. Knowledge is our core business. We believe in openness and transparency, as is evident from the free availability of our software and models. Open source works, is our firm conviction. Deltares employs over 800 people and is based in Delft and Utrecht. We focus on the following research themes: FLOOD RISK. Rising sea-levels, population growth and economic activity are driving an increase in demand for flood risk forecasting and possible protective measures. The research conducted by Deltares improves the precision of our assessments of dike strength, water-level predictions, wave heights and erosion, and allows for better risk appraisal. Our expertise covers the full scope of flood risk management: from risk calculations to practical support for making policy decisions. ADAPTIVE DELTA PLANNING. The main aim of the theme Adaptive Delta Planning is to integrate our technical knowledge on water, subsurface and infrastructure with governance and policy-making to solve problems in highly complex dynamic delta systems. The primary focus is therefore to develop and test concepts, methods and instruments to realize this goal. INFRASTRUCTURE. In delta areas, more and more infrastructure is built on land and in the water. Building on or in the soft soil of deltas is not without risks. The same applies to structures on sea and river beds. Deltares research focuses on reducing costs and risks when building in coastal regions, soft ground and at sea. Innovative solutions are designed to make existing infrastructure climate change proof, if possible using natural processes. WATER & SUBSURFACE RESOURCES. The availability and use of water and subsurface resources is changing. Supplies of fresh water are declining but demand will rise rapidly in the years to come. Scientists expect shortages of fresh water in the next decade to be one of the leading threats to global peace and stability. Deltares maps out current and future supplies of water (including groundwater) so that pre-emptive steps such as new solutions for water distribution and reservoir management can be taken to cope with shortages and other problems with water. The subsurface is also under increasing pressure due to groundwater extraction, energy production and storage, and the extraction of minerals and other resources. Deltares combines information about the availability of natural resources in the subsurface to create building blocks for more efficient and responsible practices. ENVIRONMENT. Pressure on ecosystems and the environment is increasing as the population and the economy grow. At the same time, governments are becoming more ambitious in terms of improving soil and water quality, and there is increasing demand for ecosystem services. Deltares is developing knowledge about the quality of soil and water systems, and making that knowledge available through model and information systems for policymakers, managers and users. The system knowledge is also being used for sustainable natural solutions as an alternative to the traditional hard hydraulic engiNoring approach, for technological innovations to improve the protection of water on soil systems, and for the exploitation of ecosystem services.

www.deltares.nl
Mr. Aslam BiYespur Resident Director Royal HaskoningDHV - India Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent company delivering engiNoring, consultancy and project management services since 1881. Through innovation and co-creation we have helped contribute to a better society and improved people_s lives with work underpinned by our sustainable values and goals. We are an independent international engiNoring and project management consultancy leading the way in sustainable development and innovation. Our clients are governments, private companies and intermediaries. Our 6,000 colleagues, working from around 100 permanent offices in more than 30 countries on projects in some 150 countries, are committed to our promise to enhance society together. Our professionals deliver services in the fields of aviation, buildings, energy, industry, infrastructure, maritime, mining, transport, urban and rural development and water. We focus on delivering added value for our clients while at the same time addressing the challenges that societies are facing. These include the growing world population and the consequences for towns and cities; the demand for clean drinking water, water security and water safety; pressures on traffic and transport; resource availability and demand for energy and waste issues facing industry. We are eager to co-create and benefit from the latest technology in order to grow our collective societal intelligence. We put this intelligence into practice to have a positive impact on people, the economy and the environment. As innovators, being smart with resources and digital technology, we challenge the status quo, ask questions, listen and unlock the power of individuals and partnerships. More and more, we connect the digital with the physical world. Together with clients and partners, we use data and algorithms to solve new challenges and prevent problems. We help our clients in their digital transformation and we support their business with better and faster execution of their ambitions.

www.royalhaskoningdhv.com
Mr. Narayana Yesnapati Director Advisory Group_ WATER India Royal HaskoningDHV

Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent company delivering engiNoring, consultancy and project management services since 1881. Through innovation and co-creation we have helped contribute to a better society and improved people_s lives with work underpinned by our sustainable values and goals. We are an independent international engiNoring and project management consultancy leading the way in sustainable development and innovation. Our clients are governments, private companies and intermediaries. Our 6,000 colleagues, working from around 100 permanent offices in more than 30 countries on projects in some 150 countries, are committed to our promise to enhance society together. Our professionals deliver services in the fields of aviation, buildings, energy, industry, infrastructure, maritime, mining, transport, urban and rural development and water. We focus on delivering added value for our clients while at the same time addressing the challenges that societies are facing. These include the growing world population and the consequences for towns and cities; the demand for clean drinking water, water security and water safety; pressures on traffic and transport; resource availability and demand for energy and waste issues facing industry. We are eager to co-create and benefit from the latest technology in order to grow our collective societal intelligence. We put this intelligence into practice to have a positive impact on people, the economy and the environment. As innovators, being smart with resources and digital technology, we challenge the status quo, ask questions, listen and unlock the power of individuals and partnerships. More and more, we connect the digital with the physical world. Together with clients and partners, we use data and algorithms to solve new challenges and prevent problems. We help our clients in their digital transformation and we support their business with better and faster execution of their ambitions.

www.royalhaskoningdhv.com
Mr. Yesn Wester Director TNO

TNO is an independent research and technology company with over 3000 highly qualified professionals which makes it one of the largest in Europe. Revenue turnover in 2017 was 482 million Euro. TNO makes scientific research accessible and applicable for businesses and government. As the national institute for applied science TNO covers all technologies like IoT, blockchain, AI and 5G. Core competences that enable smart city developments and integrated services. TNO_s main themes are: smart mobility, circular waste & energy and full water cycle management are targets as well as eHealth and mHealth The Big Data Value Center (BDVC) is a unique open innovation platform for shared value creation with Big Data. As independent foundation the BDVC offers a large network that contributes knowledge, insights and business cases. It hosts the Dutch national Linked Data community and offers access to operational field labs like the Johan Cruijff ArenA Stadium and exports smart city and smart stadium solutions.

www.tno.nl
Mr. Jelle Ferwerda Coordinator International Affairs University of Twente

The University of Twente is research university in the Netherlands that offers students, scientists and educators from around the world the best possible conditions. Our innovative and vibrant campus offers world-class facilities for crossing boundaries and solving complex problems across traditional Technology - People boundaries. As a university, we are embracing a bold new set of ambitions and are raising the bar even higher. We are the leading entrepreneurial university. We constantly anticipate future developments and respond to the changing world around us. Our staff are experts in their field and set the agenda for public debate. Our ongoing interaction with industry, research institutes and government generates ground-breaking research and world-class innovations. Today we are a catalyst to many high-tech communities and sectors with strong partnerships in a wide range of industries and societal domains. We participate in ground-breaking, globe-spanning networks and programmes. We collaborate in networks consisting of academics as well as businessses and goverments

https://people.utwente.nl/j.g.ferwerda
Mr. Geert Dewulf Director Strategic Business Development University of Twente

The University of Twente is research university in the Netherlands that offers students, scientists and educators from around the world the best possible conditions. Our innovative and vibrant campus offers world-class facilities for crossing boundaries and solving complex problems across traditional Technology - People boundaries. As a university, we are embracing a bold new set of ambitions and are raising the bar even higher. We are the leading entrepreneurial university. We constantly anticipate future developments and respond to the changing world around us. Our staff are experts in their field and set the agenda for public debate. Our ongoing interaction with industry, research institutes and government generates ground-breaking research and world-class innovations. Today we are a catalyst to many high-tech communities and sectors with strong partnerships in a wide range of industries and societal domains. We participate in ground-breaking, globe-spanning networks and programmes. We collaborate in networks consisting of academics as well as businessses and goverments

https://people.utwente.nl/g.p.m.r.dewulf?tab=contact
Ms. Lies Yesnssen Senior Project Officer Asia Netherlands Water Partnership

Netherlands Water Partnership: Uniting Dutch Water Expertise Too much, too little and too polluted water: water is one of the most pressing issues of our time. The Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) believes that a strong collaborative alliance and the sharing of expertise can help solve global water issues. NWP stimulates collaboration and builds partnerships. On top of our own network, our members actively bring their own international networks to the table. We also work with Dutch embassies who have their own knowledge and contacts in the water sector. This puts us in a strong position to matchmake between entities abroad and entities in the Netherlands. NWP is a network of Dutch organisations in the water sector with international ambitions. NWP_s members include companies, government agencies, knowledge institutions and NGOs with one thing in common - to join forces for sustainable water solutions worldwide. NWP is also the first point of call for anyone seeking Dutch water expertise. Our key activities include matchmaking, organising events and trade missions, and promoting the Dutch water sector. Furthermore, NWP executes several programmes on behalf of the Dutch Government, working with partners such as the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl). The Dutch water sector benefits from these programmes. Visit our website www.netherlandswaterpartnership.com for more information and contact us. We_re looking forward to collaborating with you.

www.nwp.nl
Ms. Ingrid de Vries Program Manager India Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences

Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences We train our students to become high-quality, ambitious and innovative professionals who contribute to a more sustainable world. As a University of Applied Sciences, we conduct high-quality practice-based research, which enhances both our teaching and our position as a research institute. As a research institute, we supply practice-based solutions for issues from national and international businesses and societies working in the so-called _green and blue sectors_ *. Along bachelor (BSc) programmes, we also provide master (MSc) programmes, postgraduate training programmes and courses in these sectors, for regional, national and international students. Since 2010 Van Hall Larenstein (VHL) is active in India. We started our collaboration with the Agriculture Development Trust Baramati in a 2+2 /twinning programme which means that students study for 2 years in Baramati/India and then join Van Hall Larenstein in their 3rd year and 4th year of the Bachelor in Agribusiness and Administration. In 2015 we also started a 2+2 programme in Animal Husbandry. Nowadays we surrounded these study programs with applied research projects and LivingLabs were as well students as staff can work on projects that are important for the Indo-Dutch collaboration on different subjects: · Setting up an Indo-Dutch center of Excellence in Horticulture in Baramati · Providing training to different groups together with Dutch knowledge institutes, f.e train the trainer programs · Setting up an CoE in Dairy in Baramati · Incubator programs in India and the Netherlands · Improving possibilities for Indian rural youth by guiding start-ups and business opportunities.

www.vhluniversity.com
Ms. Noortje Magis Manager FMO Entrepreneurial Development Bank

FMO NL Business has two main activities: Project and Partnership Development and Export & Investment Solutions for Dutch companies investing in emerging markets. FMO NL Business covers multiple sectors, including (but not limited to) agri & food, energy, health, water and infrastructure and construction. FMO NL Business can co-finance up to 50% of the project costs Noded to advance early stage projects. This can be either through analyzing and identifying the Nods and potential of a project, assessing the feasibility of a project, or supporting the procurement process. Beneficiaries of our funds can either be Dutch businesses or project sponsors (public or private) in emerging markets. FMO NL Business can provide Export Finance Solutions, Investment loans or other financing solutions for projects/investments that move into financial closing phase. Beneficiaries of our funding can be either private businesses or the public sector. FMO NL Business works closely with Atradius Dutch State Business for ECA covered export finance facilities.

https://www.fmo.nl/nl-business-funds
Ms. Edith Nordmann Chairman NICCT

For years the Netherlands India Chamber of Commerce & Trade (NICCT) has been active in promoting business relations between the Netherlands and India. We believe that the economies of the two countries are mutually complementary in many ways and that there is a significant scope for expansion of trade and business relations between these two countries NICCT came into being in 2003 as a result of the merger between the India Trade Council and the Indo Dutch Chamber of Commerce, both of which had functioned in the Netherlands for many years and had similar objectives & activities. Membership of the NICCT is growing steady. More than 100 Dutch and Indian companies including major banks, insurance companies, IT related companies and multinationals are members of the NICCT. NICCT informs its members about relevant business developments in India and the Netherlands. NICCT also inspires its members by organizing various programs throughout the year and providing the opportunity for you to meet your peers and build your network. We are also influencing relevant stakeholders to optimize business relations between the Netherlands and India. By doing this we promote business and economic relations between India and the Netherlands to the mutual benefit of both countries.

www.nicct.nl
Ms. Krista Knopper Senior Advisor Executive Board, Non EU focuscountries Delft University of Technology

Delft University of Technology is a public legal entity in accordance with the Higher Education and Research Act (WHW). The key tasks include providing scientific education, conducting scientific research, transferring knowledge to society and promoting social responsibility. The main aim of the TU Delft Global Engagement Framework 2018-2024 is to increase Global Impact by creating technology-based solutions to the societal grand challenges as articulated in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). To deliver Global Impact, TU Delft will focus on growing global partnerships in priority locations in order to increase joint access to talent, knowledge, complementary research environments, state of the art research facilities and funding. By identifying India as priority location for accelerating engagement, the organisation aims to create a better overview of the existing activities, build a community of stakeholders and more focused partnerships. The India programme_s main aim is to consolidate TU Delft relations on joint thematic programme-based mission driven research agendas with a selected number of key partners. All partnerships at the TU Delft develop _bottom-up_ and arise from the research interest and contacts of TU Delft faculty. Their main focus is on building partnerships where a long-term relation and matching expertise to create synergy is the expected result of the collaboration. Faculty initiatives are crucial for exploration of collaborative research areas and for matching Dutch and Indian partners. The India programme aims to build lasting relations with Indian partners through a strategy of short-term seed funding of projects and a long-term investment in specific programs through dedicated funding. The India programme focuses on the following themes with potential to grow into long-term collaboration programs for the TU Delft: 1. Climate, weather and air quality a. Geo information for climate modeling and air quality prediction (e.g. TU Delft Climate Institute and IIT Delhi-CAS) b. Atmospheric research on changing monsoon patterns and deteriorating air quality (e.g. TU Delft Climate Institute and IISc-Bangalore, NARL and ISRO) 2. Water management and sanitation a. Water management and sanitation in Indian megacities (e.g. LOTUSHR and DIWALI, funded by NWO and DST India, TUD-CEG) b. Groundwater management in per-urban areas (TU Delft-TPM and research partners in in Kolkata, Hyderabad and New Delhi) 3. Cyber Security a. (Cyber) Security in IoT _ Security architecture for Internet of Things (TU Delft-EEMCS, Section CAS and IISc Bangalore-ECE, Statistical Signal Processing Lab) 4. Clean energy, negative emissions a. Frugal designs of Biogas-SOFC systems, hydrogen energy technologies (TU Delft-3ME and IIT Delhi) b. Smart energy systems (e.g. ADREM, funded by NWO and DST India, TU Delft-TPM with IIT _ Kanpur and IIT Delhi) c. Emission reduction with soil fertility enhancement (TU Delft-3ME and Meenangadi, Kerala) 5. Health a. Smart Surgical Systems _ High Quality Medical Devices Making Minimally Invasive Surgery Applicable To Low Resource Settings (TU Delft-3ME, AIIMS and IIT Delhi) b. Medical Devices _ Robotic Arm, The Tactile Internet, and Reinventing MRI (TU Delft-EEMCS and IISc Bangalore) c. Integrated Medical Ultrasound Transducers For Improved Diagnosis And Procedure Guidance (TU Delft-AS) 6. Nano-satellites and robotics a. Nano-satellites and space robotics (e.g. Delfi-C3, Sriharikota 2008) b. Moonrover and space-truck (e.g. ISRO 2018) 7. Urban development, affordable housing a. ALAyA1: A home for low-income households (A+BE, IISc Bangalore, CSIR-IITR), b. The Kath-Kuni building style in the Indian Himalaya (CEG, IIT Roorkee) 8. Ports and inland waterways a. Modelling the braided-anabranched Brahmaputra (CEG, IIT Guwahati), b. Hydrogen Fuel Cells in Maritime Applications (3mE, IIT Delhi)

www.tudelft.nl
Mr. Yesap Vandehoek Managing director Umincorp

The world is suffering from a plastic crisis. The current plastic recycling approach Nod to be changed fundamentally to solve this growing flow. An integral and local processing is Noded to turn waste into 'new' raw materials, reducing unwanted emissions and rest flows. We can recycle a mixed, rigid, post -consumer plastic waste flow into high- quality resources. We do this in one plant that is close to the waste, with a 90% recovery (current recycling techniques come to 60%) and for an affordable price (as our output has a high- value). After 10 years of development we now do this for and in the city of Amsterdam. We use the differences in densities to separate a mixed plastic waste flow. We supply a total recycling solution to our clients. Public and private companies can buy our patented technology. Our approach is worldwide applicable, can be applied on large scale and is per ton of waste less expensive than other technologies.

www.umincorp.com
Mr. Kees Bons country coordinator India Deltares

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Ms. Prachee van Brandenburg-Kulkarni Secretary-General ASSOCHAM Netherlands

ASSOCHAM is one of the oldest and largest chambers of commerce of India. It represents the interests of trade and commerce in India. The goal of this organization is to promote both domestic and international trade, and reduce trade barriers while fostering conducive environment for the growth of trade and industry of India. ASSOCHAM has a membership base of over 400,000 companies and professionals across the country. ASSOCHAM Netherlands is a not for profit organization which provides market, tax and regulatory insights for doing business in India and The Netherlands. It serves as a key facilitator for Dutch companies who wants to enter into Indian market. As a representative organ of Corporates of India and The Netherlands, ASSOCHAM articulates the genuine, legitimate Nods and interests of its members. Its mission is to impact the policy and legislative environment so as to foster balanced economic, industrial and social development. It also empowers Indian and Dutch enterprises by inculcating knowledge that will be the catalyst of growth in the barrier less technology driven global market and help them upscale, align and emerge as formidable player in respective business segments. Prachee van Brandenburg-Kulkarni is the Secretary-General of ASSOCHAM Europe, elected Municipal Councillor D66 Gemeente Leiderdorp and Managing Director of Vriks2grow Coach & Consult B.V. with 15 yrs of experience helping India-Europe business.

www.assochamnetherlands.org
Ms. Kristel Groenenboom Director Container Service C.Groenenboom

We offer a total service package around containers, from repairing old waste containers and reefers to building new containers for the armed forces, onshore and offshore. Building, blast cleaning, spray painting and adapting containers, we carry out all work in house. Our container service company in Oosterhout (Province of North Brabant, NL) covers 25,000 m2, with 27 covered workshops, a blast cleaning workshop and a spray painting workshop. The main products of our company: * Building of custom-made containers. For example : we build water recycling equipment in containers and we build special containers for the recycling sector and waste sector. * We have a spraying and blasting workshop. Unique Selling Points: * We have been a trusted family business since 1986. * Completely specialized in containers * High quality products We are always on the lookout to improve our conservation processes, from optimising the conditions in the blast cleaning and spray painting workshops to new techniques for applying coatings. The next goal for our company is to build a new spraying and blasting room. The plan is to start with the new-building around August 2020. Feel free to give us some advice about using spraying robots and blasting robots, so we can improve our process.

www.groenenboomcs.nl
Ms. Lei Fan Chief Operating Officer COOL Separations

COOL Separations b.v. is an innovative company, focusing on development and commercialization of low temperature crystallization technologies. Our technologies treat waste water in an energy efficient and chemicals-free way. They can be applied to a wide range markets, such as Textile, Oil & Gas, Refining & Petrochemicals, mining and Agriculture. It enables customers to achieve zero-liquid-discharge while industrial grade, high purity salt is recovered. COOL Separations technologies are also very suitable for the removal of water from heat sensitive water streams such as fermentation broths, mixes of organic materials etc. COOL Separations b.v. offers custom process design as well as the supply of turnkey installations. COOL Separations b.v. plans to enter the vast Indian water treatment market with two goals: 1) to find outlet for our offerings, albeit through an established partner such as a system integrator or an EPC company; 2) to identify key equipment suppliers and fabrication suppliers, leveraging the low cost manufacturing capability in India.

www.coolseparations.nl
Mr. Johan Oost Directeur Water Footprint Implementation

What we believe in WFI (Water Footprint Implementation) is your partner for a sustainable water future. We are passionate about water. We believe that the best way to reduce your Water Footprint, is to work together with the best experts and innovative suppliers worldwide. WFI gives you honest advice and guides you to the best solutions around, rather than just selling you the solutions we have. We give you practical, made to measure solutions. Our expertise and worldwide network allow us to think out of the box. Sometimes a small scale, low tech solution may work better for you than the latest innovative technology. The solution may also lie outside the factory walls. Who we are WFI is a passionate collective of experts and organizations which builds upon the work of the Water Footprint Network. This network, founded by Prof. Arjen Hoekstra (inventor of the Water Footprint) has raised awareness worldwide about the importance of reducing the Water Footprint. Because we believe the Water Footprint is a valuable concept that people worldwide are able to understand. WFI focuses on implementation and the realization of solutions in practice. While we work closely together with WFN and benefit from each others_ expertise, we are two independent organizations. WFN and WFI both believe that working together with a worldwide network of experts, sharing expertise, working from a collaborative spirit, is the best way to reduce the Water Footprint worldwide. The way forward WFI's aim is to build local knowledge hubs worldwide, and advise farmers, industries, governments and NGOs on how to reduce their Water Footprint in a way that best suits their Nods. If you want to share your expertise, your tips or questions with us, please let us know!

www.iwaterfootprint.com
Ms. Marijke van Liemt Manager International Business NLinBusiness

NLinBusiness supports Dutch entrepreneurs to identify the right international market(s), in this case India, build the required capabilities to be successful and to secure a successful landing in the Mumbai-Delhi Corridor. We focus on practical business-to-business support like recruitment, local salary levels, opening a bank account, financial transactions and establishment of local entities, etc. We focus on practical business-to-business support like recruitment, local salary levels, opening a bank account, financial transactions and establishment of local entities, etc. NLinBusiness is established to support entrepreneurs on trade missions in identifying the right next steps towards a successful market entry into India. NLinBusiness was set up by the Confederation of Dutch Business (VNO-NCW & MKB-Nederland) and partners.. We work closely with the Netherlands India Chamber of Commerce and Trade, professional service providers, and public partners such as the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO), the Dutch diplomatic mission and locally active Dutch entrepreneurs. NLinBusiness Bezuidenhoutseweg 12 NL-2594 AV The Hague P: +31 703 490 220 E: office@nlinbusiness.com www.NLinBusiness.com E: marijke@nlinbusiness.com M: +31 638826951

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Mr. Marcel Heijman Head International Desk India Rabobank

Rabobank is a cooperative and socially responsible bank. Our aim is to be market leader across all financial markets in The Netherlands and the leading global Food and Agriculture bank. With over 400 offices, serving approximately 10 millon customers Rabobank has been present in Asia for over 30 years and has built a strong franchise and network. Rabobank Group in India Rabobank, with its predominant focus on food and agriculture related sectors, has identified India as an important focus country in Asia. As a leading Food and Agribusiness bank, Rabobank Group has been operating in India since 1998. Presently it operates as Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., with its first branch and corporate headquarter located in Mumbai and Rabo India Securities, the investment banking arm of the group and provide specialised products and services. Rabobank offers a wide array of products to its clients and based on its deep understanding of the global Food and Agriculture and Renewable Energy sectors and its globally networked presence. Our product offerings in India: _ International Desk _ Corporate Banking _ Global Financial Markets _ Mergers & Acquisitions _ Equity Capital Markets _ Project Finance _ Food & Agri Research & Advisory Services _ Trade Commodity Finance _ Cash Management Rabobank Foundation, Established in 1974, Rabobank Foundation (_RF_) is the social fund of Rabobank focused on helping people become self-reliant. Rabobank Foundation has been very active in India for the last six years. Aligned with the Banking for Food agenda, RF`s interventions are along two primary themes: Access to Finance and Supporting Small Producers.

www.rabobank.com/aboutus
Mr. Probal Banerjee Head of CC India and Chef Rep ING

ING is a global bank with a strong European base. Our 54,000 employees serve around 38.4 million customers, corporate clients and financial institutions in over 40 countries. Our purpose is to empower people to stay a step ahead in life and in business. Our products include savings, payments, investments, loans and mortgages in most of our retail markets. For our Wholesale Banking clients we provide specialised lending, tailored corporate finance, debt and equity market solutions, payments & cash management and trade and treasury services. Customer experience is what differentiates us and we_re continuously innovating to improve it. We also partner with others to bring disruptive ideas to market faster. Our shares are listed in Amsterdam (INGA NA, INGA.AS), Brussels and New York (ADRs: ING US, ING.N). When it comes to sustainability, we facilitate and finance society_s shift to a low-carbon future and pioNor innovative forms of finance to support a better world. As such, we_re ranked as a leader in the banking sector on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (Europe and World) and we_re included in the FTSE4Good Index.

www.ing.com
Mr. Evert Lichtenbelt CEO AWECT

AWECT engiNors and implements the High Efficiency technology for Waste to Energy that was developed by the municipality of Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands. In Amsterdam we have over 100 years of experience with Waste to Energy and our 4th generation High Efficiency Waste to Energy technology is widely regarded as Best in Breed. In short, the technology produces more energy from waste than any other technology, making it a cleaner and more efficient solution than conventional Waste to Energy technologies. AWECT offers services for waste management for various stakeholders in the waste value chain. For governments AWECT creates masterplans for waste management, advices in tenders and can perform technical and operational audits on existing projects. For project owner AWECT can be a technology provider, bringing the best technology and business case for any investor. AWECT can also develop projects and bring investment. All of the above always keeping our social responisibility and Sustainable Development Goals in mind.

www.awect.com
Mr. Ashwani DHAUL Dhaul DIRECTOR Trinity Advisors

Facilitating Cross-Border Business Development and Venture Development. Sourcing, Qualifying and Facilitating Business Ventures and Trade of Goods and Services between Developed and Emerging Markets. Representing Business Interests of US and European Companies ( NL) in emerging markets, and vice versa, for a high velocity market access, market penetration and market presence. Supporting Technology Start-Up companies with market reach, market access, and seed and Venture capital. Support Start-Up companies establish market relationships and market access. Provide Market Research, Industry/Domain specific research and advisory services, market and Industry/Domain specific market intelligence. Provide match making services for Netherlands based companies/businesses and India based companies/businesses to access and connect with potential partners/clients for their goods and services. Provide access to key thought leaders, senior decision makers, policy and regulatory administrators and leading business and commerce icons in both markets for ease of business and facilitating quicker and smoother decision making for client business proposals.

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Mr. Cor de Boer Department Head Dutch Research Council

NWO facilitates excellent, curiosity-driven disciplinary, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research. In this role, NWO focuses on all scientific disciplines and on the entire knowledge chain with an emphasis on fundamental research. NWO connects researchers from various disciplines and across the entire knowledge chain and brings researchers and societal partners together. NWO funds the personnel and material cost for scientific research and knowledge exchange and impact activities of Dutch universities and public research institutes. NWO invites partners from industry, the government and societal organisations to contribute with their own knowledge agendas and questions to the programming, realisation and co-funding of research. NWO promotes Dutch participation in international research collaboration in a number of ways. One of these is by offering funding for international research projects in conjunction with other sources of research funding in countries important to the Netherlands. Another is by making agreements to remove barriers to researchers_ international mobility. On the basis of their research missions, the national NWO institutes take part in developing international research facilities and by so doing, ensure access for Dutch researchers. Besides this, NWO contributes towards expanding the profile of Dutch science, during trade missions, for example.

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Mr. Yesap Feil Director Water Footprint Implementation

Created in 2002 by Arjen Hoekstra, the water footprint is one of the family of environmental footprints that help us understand how our production and consumption choices are affecting natural resources. As population grows and the standard of living increases for many people, the water footprint tells us how much water is used each and every day in all our activities, such as for producing our food and to clothe us, and indicates the pressure we exert on our freshwater resources. Water Footprint Implementation (WFI) provides insights and solutions to organizations and government agencies who want to assess and reduce their Water Footprint. WFI is a passionate collective of experts and organizations which builds upon the work of the Water Footprint Network. This network, founded by Prof. Arjen Hoekstra (inventor of the Water Footprint) has raised awareness worldwide about the importance of reducing the Water Footprint. Because we believe the Water Footprint is a valuable concept that people worldwide are able to understand. WFI focuses on implementation and the realization of solutions in practice. While we work closely together with WFN and benefit from each other_s expertise, we are two independent organizations. WFN and WFI both believe that working together with a worldwide network of experts, sharing expertise, working from a collaborative spirit, is the best way to reduce the Water Footprint worldwide. WFI_s aim is to build local knowledge hubs worldwide, and advise farmers, industries, governments and NGOs on how to reduce their Water Footprint in a way that best suits their Nods.

https://iwaterfootprint.com
Ms. Louise Beduwé deputy director international affairs VNO-NCW

The Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers, known as VNO-NCW is the largest employers_ organisation in the Netherlands. It has 180 branch organisations and more than 400 individual enterprises as affiliate members, representing a total of over 115,000 companies. It covers practically all sectors of the Dutch economy: industry, commercial services, construction, the retail trade and the care sector. VNO-NCW represents the whole of Dutch industry, from the smallest firms to the largest corporates. It represents 80% of companies with more than ten employees and 95% of companies with over 100 employees and all companies in the Netherlands employing more than 500 staff. The total number of employees covered by the organisations and companies represented by VNO-NCW is estimated at 4.3 million, or more than 90 per cent of all employment in the sector concerned. VNO-NCW has its own office in the capital of Europe to represent its interests to the European Union. word word word word word word.

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Ms. Ineke Dezentjé Hamming member of the Executive Board VNO-NCW & President Association FME, Chair Smart Industries VNO-NCW

The Confederation of Netherlands Industry and Employers, known as VNO-NCW is the largest employers_ organisation in the Netherlands. It has 180 branch organisations and more than 400 individual enterprises as affiliate members, representing a total of over 115,000 companies. It covers practically all sectors of the Dutch economy: industry, commercial services, construction, the retail trade and the care sector. VNO-NCW represents the whole of Dutch industry, from the smallest firms to the largest corporates. It represents 80% of companies with more than ten employees and 95% of companies with over 100 employees and all companies in the Netherlands employing more than 500 staff. The total number of employees covered by the organisations and companies represented by VNO-NCW is estimated at 4.3 million, or more than 90 per cent of all employment in the sector concerned. VNO-NCW has its own office in the capital of Europe to represent its interests to the European Union. word, word, word, word, word, word.

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Mr. Bertrand van Ee Chairman AWECT

Het in Amsterdam gevestigde AWECT levert diensten voor afvalverbrandingsprojecten en raadpleegt overheden over strategieën voor afvalbeMr. in een circulaire samenleving. Afvalverbranding is complementair aan recycling in een circulaire economie en concurreert er nooit mee, omdat het een goede _sink_-oplossing biedt voor afvalreststromen die niet zijn te recyclen of hergebruiken. Hoog Rendement (HR)-afvalverbranding biedt een concurrerend alternatief voor stortplaatsen, vooral in landen waar de elektriciteitsprijzen hoog en de poortkosten voor het storten laag zijn. De HR-technologie heeft bovendien een negatieve CO2-voetafdruk. Deze technologie is tien Yesar geleden succesvol ontwikkeld in Amsterdam en inmiddels als bewezen beschouwd. Afvalverbranding als oplossing voor vuil is niet nieuw. In Amsterdam wordt afval al meer dan een eeuw verbrand. De technologie die het Amsterdamse AWECT toepast is revolutionair omdat er meer energie uit afval is te winnen dan conventionele fabrieken dit kunnen. Meer precies, een rendementsverbetering van tussen de 30% en 50%. Tegelijkertijd zijn de emissies bijzonder laag. Omdat de uitstoot met de modernste technologie wordt gereinigd, is de kwaliteit van de lucht uit de nieuwe fabrieken zelfs beter dan de luchtkwaliteit van de gemiddelde metropool.

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Ms. Merle de Kreuk Professor LOTUS-HR consortium

LOTUS-HR is a collaboration between Dutch and Indian universities and companies, funded by DBT and NWO-TTW. Within this project we take a holistic approach to develop and combine wastewater treatment technologies for local treatment of municipal sewage and water reuse. Minimizing health risks of using this treated drainwater is an important aspect of our study. The final goal is to create a toolbox of different technologies, of which a treatment train can be compiled, suited for the recovery of water, energy, nutrients and other resources that can be used around the location of the small scale treatment plant. In this way, we aim to clean up drains, lower water stress in urban areas and create an economical incentive to treat wastewater locally. Technologies studied are: anaerobic sewage treatment in combination with dissolved air flotation (AN-DAF) and in combination with membrane bioreactors (AnMBR), vital filters, photobioreactors (PBR), electro-coagulation. Other technologies are studied in spin-off projects. Within the project, we created a pilot-location along the Barapullah drain that is open for new initiatives as well, as long as it contributes to the basic idea of LOTUS-HR, described above.

https://www.tudelft.nl/citg/over-faculteit/afdelingen/watermanagement/staff/staff-sanitary-engiNorin
Mr. Pratap Thapa Director aQysta

aQysta is a high-tech startup founded at Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) in 2013, aQysta aims to provide sustainable hydro-powered pumping solutions that can have a positive economic, environmental and social impact. aQysta develops and sells water pumps which are powered by water, and do not require any fuel or electricity to operate. aQysta has implemented its flagship product, the Barsha pump in more than 19 countries globally and is launching other versions of water-powered pumps. aQysta is located in Yes!Delft, Netherlands, one of Europe_s biggest high-tech incubator that grants access to expertise, network and research facilities. At its Delft office, aQysta conducts technology research, product design and development, sourcing and global sales. Through its local offices in India, Nepal, Indonesia, Colombia and Malawi, aQysta sells its innovative water pumps. aQysta is looking to introduce its water pumps in India through demonstration events and at the same time looking establish the manufacturing hub in India.

https://www.aqysta.com/
Mr. Hein Molenkamp Managing Director Water Alliance

Water Alliance is a unique partnership of public and private companies, government agencies and knowledge institutes involved in the Dutch water technology. We focus on innovative and sustainable water technology that can be used worldwide and support small and medium sized enterprises in the water technology industry in terms of (international) matchmaking, networking and business development. To do so, we host booths on international trade fairs and organize the annual WaterLink Symposium which is the biggest water technology business symposium in the Netherlands. in 2018 we co-organized The European Water Technology Week in Leeuwarden, which attracted over 1.500 participants from more than 30 countries. Water Alliance is based at WaterCampus Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. WaterCampus Leeuwarden is the physical core of the Dutch water technology sector and has the ambition to play a sector uniting role for the rest of Europe as well. The WaterCampus is an innovation eco-system, which brings together a complete chain of innovation for water technology, from first ideas to research & development, specialized laboratories, a water application centre and various demo sites to launching customers and ultimately tangible business. We help companies to find the best way through the innovation chain to cover their Nods and speed up their developments. WaterCampus stimulates cooperation between (inter)national businesses, knowledge institutes and governments within the water technology sector, in order to create synergy for world class innovation, education and entrepreneurship. This strengthens the global position of the European water technology sector. Additionally, WaterCampus offers a unique research infrastructure, and is a meeting point for scientists and companies from all over Europe. The international cooperation organized and stimulated by WaterCampus Leeuwarden leads to knowledge, talent and entrepreneurship that contribute to solutions for global water problems. Water Alliance has around 110 business members in The Netherlands and is happy to connect foreign interested parties with business cases to our members. www.wateralliance.nl www.watercampus.nl

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Mr. William Sanchez Project Manager Saxion University of Applied Sciences

Saxion University of Applied Sciences (Saxion) is a multi-campus knowledge institution with a strong international orientation in education, research and entrepreneurship. Our mission is to prepares students for the national and international labour market and gives them the competences these markets call for. Education and research are applied for the benefit of society. Hence, the slogan of Saxion is: Get Ready for A Smart World . Since 2013, Saxion has explored a new wave of cooperation agreements in India. These partnerships have led to annual visits and capacity building projects. Each year students come to India for their elective program and internships. Saxion has participated in trade missions to India and have given presentations at several prestigious conferences such as the Vibrant GuYesrat and the Smart Grid Conference Ahmedabad. In 2017 Saxion has consciously explored new partners, with as a goal to increase bilateral exchanges and to forge new research partnerships. This has resulted in the unique participation of Saxion in the NWO funded LotusHR project (Delhi) and in the Wetskills competition. Saxion has implemented applied research projects in the area of Water Technology, Water Management, Urban Planning, Flood Risk Management and in Health Care.

www.saxion.edu
Ms. Joke van Dijk water governance and water management expert Van Dijk Water Management

Company introduction Van Dijk Water Management BV was founded in 2007 by Mrs. Joke van Dijk. Combining the logo and company name unify the content (waste) water knowledge and skill (interim or change) management. Further, the foundation of the company is built on about 30 years of experience in different organisations, industries on the work level as well as the management level. With her own company, she_s able to fully develop an independent consultancy approach. We work for companies and governments, more and more in the field of water governance as we strongly believe that not technology determines success for solving the global water problems but governance aspects Nod to be taken into account before thinking about technical solutions. Water governance refers to the political, social, economic and administrative systems in place that influence water_s use and management. Essentially, who gets what water, when and how, and who has the right to water and related services, and their benefits. Governance determines the equity and efficiency in water resource and services allocation and distribution, and balances water use between socio-economic activities and ecosystems. Governing water includes the formulation, establishment and implementation of water policies, legislation and institutions, and clarification of the roles and responsibilities of government, civil society and the private sector in relation water resources and services. The outcomes depend on how the stakeholders act in relation to the rules and roles that have been taken or assigned to them. As the water sector is a part of broader social, political and economic developments it is thus also affected by decisions by other actors outside of the water sector. Summary of company features Independent consultancy company (existence since 2007) Network organisation with many national and international partnerships (we have entrance to different suppliers and innovations, entrepeneurs) Project experience in the Netherlands as well as abroad like in India, Philippines, Oman, Romania, Moldova, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Ghana and Cameroon. Products Indian market Our following products are of interest for the Indian market: Water governance Water governance scans and audits (based on the OECD governance principles) Expert and representative of the so called Dutch (__waterschapsmodel__), which is internationally regarded as a sustainable and unique financial system (like waste water levy approach). Institutional/organisational support (set up the appropriate strategy, policy and organizational structure). Intercultural approaches (also training in intercultural business) Capacity planning and capacity building in the water sector Change management and performance improvement in organisations in the water sector Development of Water Information Systems, DSS systems, Internet of Things (from data to information) Cost recovery in the water sector Risk management Stakeholder scans and cooperation Communication and representation in management or government boards Water management Water quality management (water quality monitoring, sampling, and analysis.) Industrial waste water treatment, pollution reduction Waste water chain Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Good insight and knowledge in the compliance and pollution profiles of main polluter categories (industries, small enterprises, agriculture, households, municipalities (sewage overflows) Selection, planning and implementation of required technologies/technical solutions WASH (water and sanitation, hygiene) Lake restauration projects Audits Water quantity management, flood prevention Professionalising/optimizing water quantity monitoring Integrated approaches Building with nature Room for the river (flood prevention solution) Flood risk maps Early warning systems Solid waste management Baseline studies (composition, market, technologies,..) Policy plans Future capacity plans, feasibility studies Financial plans Recycling plans Procurement Audits Permitting and enforcement Composting (conversion of human feces to compost, reference project in Africa) Recycling of building and demolition waste Recycling of chemical waste Waste prevention Landfilling Project management and training Management of water related projects with international team composition Preparation and Set up of international/intercultural teams Training and education experience and approach Market surveys in the water sector Organisation and full content facilitation of incoming missions to The Netherlands related to water, environmental and dairy Publishing of articles, like the National Water Handbook Policy and strategic level and execution Procurement Preparation of tender documents and (technical) project proposals Auditing Facilitation of workshops (water business, cultural aspects) Project evaluations

www.jvdijk-water-management.eu
Mr. Therus Gieling CEO GC International

Main focus on setting up and initiating own projects by the principles of design, build, finance, operate and maintain. The scale of projects can go up to hundreds of crores of rupees. GC has the Nod to improve something, make it sustainable, following the concepts of circular economy and cradle to cradleness. We have initiated the Waste to Wealth program in cooperation with NL Works RVO and are setting up our first two projects in Muzaffarnagar and Ghaziabad with the goal of a clean Hindon river and clean living environment, in line with the National Mission Clean Ganga. We focus on complex urban development, waste to energy, water management, foreign direct investment. It enables us to turn our concepts into realistic projects. While starting up in mid-2018 we can now announce the opening of our Indian office in Delhi. We are interested to meet future Indian partners for our Waste to Wealth projects.

www.gc-bv.com
Ms. Anusha Sanjeev Mehta Project Officer Netherlands Water Partnership

Netherlands Water Partnership: Uniting Dutch Water Expertise Too much, too little and too polluted water: water is one of the most pressing issues of our time. The Netherlands Water Partnership (NWP) believes that a strong collaborative alliance and the sharing of expertise can help solve global water issues. NWP stimulates collaboration and builds partnerships. On top of our own network, our members actively bring their own international networks to the table. We also work with Dutch embassies who have their own knowledge and contacts in the water sector. This puts us in a strong position to matchmake between entities abroad and entities in the Netherlands. NWP is a network of Dutch organisations in the water sector with international ambitions. NWP_s members include companies, government agencies, knowledge institutions and NGOs with one thing in common - to join forces for sustainable water solutions worldwide. NWP is also the first point of call for anyone seeking Dutch water expertise. Our key activities include matchmaking, organising events and trade missions, and promoting the Dutch water sector. Furthermore, NWP executes several programmes on behalf of the Dutch Government, working with partners such as the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl). The Dutch water sector benefits from these programmes. Visit our website www.netherlandswaterpartnership.com for more information and contact us. We're looking forward to collaborating with you.

www.nwp.nl
Mr. Roland van Limburg Stirum Senior Banker FMO Entrepreneurial Development Bank

We are the Dutch development bank. We support sustainable private sector growth in developing and emerging markets by investing in businesses, projects and financial institutions. FMO was founded in 1970 and is a public-private partnership, with 51% of our shares held by the Dutch State and 49% held by commercial banks, trade unions and other members of the private sector. FMO has a triple A rating from both Fitch and Standard & Poor_s. Higher goal FMO, your preferred partner to invest in local prosperity Vision We believe in a world where, in 2050, more than nine billion people live well and within the means of the planet's resources. Mission In pursuit of this vision, FMO's mission is to empower entrepreneurs to build this better world. To that end, FMO invests in businesses, projects and financial institutions, by providing capital, knowledge and networks to support sustainable growth. We do this with the ultimate goal of empowering people to apply their skills and improve their own quality of life. Strategy We have set ourselves the goal to _Become your preferred partner to invest in local prosperity_. Our strategy is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), building on increased focus and impact in our activities. We will steer on our contribution to the SDGs in general, and three in particular: decent work and economic growth (SDG8), reduced inequalities (SDG10) and climate action (SDG13). To be effective in supporting local prosperity, we aim to become the preferred partner to our key stakeholders. We focus on three sectors where we can have the biggest impact: financial institutions, energy and agribusiness, food & water. Our goal to _invest in local prosperity_ is not only important for local people, but also for the Netherlands. Decent work, less inequality and climate action create local stability. This is important for the Netherlands and the countries close to us, for example in the circle around Europe and in Africa. Corporate culture and values FMO strives for a flawless reputation for integrity. Accordingly, we expect all employees, irrespective of their position, to behave beyond reproach. They should act, and in some instances refrain from acting, fully as FMO expects an excellent employee to do. We have created an open culture based on respect, integrity and social responsibility. The values we live by are: Making the Difference, Diversity, Quality, and Integrity. Diversity During 2017, we were proud to announce that we have become Europe_s first development finance institution and the second company in the Netherlands to become EDGE certified. Economic Dividends from Gender Equality (EDGE) is the leading global standard for gender equality in the workplace. Certification required a rigorous external assessment of the workplace environment through an employee survey, and review of company policy and practice against best international practice. Certification fits FMO_s philosophy that the organization can only thrive if it is built on a diverse and inclusive organizational culture.

www.fmo.nl
Mr. Rob van der Meij Ceo COOL Separations

CoolSeparations produces clean water and salts from high salinity waterstreams through low temperature crystallization streams. Compared to evaporative technologies the Cool technologies are more energy efficient, require no chemicals for anti-fouling anti-corrosion and produce high quality salts abd water

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Mr. Mohammed Bany Mustafa water information and water management expert Van Dijk Water Management BV

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