accessio has been founded as an independent consulting company that specializes in the market entry for foreign companies in various industries, specializing in the arena of clean technology and focusing on its core competence, business development. Through its offices in North America (Los Angeles, California), Europe (Germany), and China (Shanghai), accessio can assist companies looking to enter or originating out of the North American, European and Asian markets.
The efficient use of energy and the deployment of sustainable building measures are almost equally important if not even more important than the implementation of renewable energy and are at the forefront of any building development or retrofit. Cost savings and smart use of resources are in most cases achieved through energy efficiency and green building programs. Efficiency is also our motto at accessio as we can be your partner to expand your foothold in your industry and efficiently enter new markets together with you.
Independence from fossil fuels and the transition to renewable energy is critical in our society. Climate change concerns, coupled with high oil prices and increasing government support, are factors behind new renewable energy legislation and the development of new markets. Being situated in these important current and future markets, accessio has access to a network of contacts, resources, and existing logistic elements that will help you gain the attention that your company deserves and will help you grow your market share. accessio has key resources and contacts in the area of solar photovoltaics, solar thermal, wind energy, biomass and geothermal.
Where is the solar industry heading, is there a future for solar on a global or even local scale, will solar live up to its hype and promise it has shown over the past few years? All these are questions that are currently frequently asked and that I come across at various conferences, meetings and
“E-MOBILITY – THE FUTURE OF THE AUTOMOBILE” What are the next steps towards an emission-free, mass-produced electric vehicle? This symposium held in Los Angeles and in San Francisco, will connect the local electric vehicle industry, universities, government, utilities, research and development, and communities with some of the thought leaders from Germany. The focus will be
Spring in the US and the solar market is buzzing…but is it on track and what can we do to get the US solar market to jump in for the predicted decline in the European markets? It has been widely announced that Germany has been cutting its incentives on the Feed-In-Tariff (FIT) and many research