|Fee on Site||Excl. VAT||Early Bird Fee||Excl. VAT|
|A - Full Registration||750 €||600 €||700 €||560 €|
|B - Student||450 €||360 €||400 €||320 €|
|C - One day registration||400 €||320 €||350 €||280 €|
A / B - Include Proceeding - Coffee break and four Lunch
Early Bird Registration deadline is March 13
The Gala Dinner of the ETC will be held at the Quality Hotel Globe (conference venue). A three course dinner of fine Swedish cuisine will be served with great French wines. At the dinner the best paper award will be presented and the venue of the 2019 European Turbomachinery Conference will be announced.
Capacity limited to 300.
|Thursday 6th April 2017||80€|
Industry Facility Tour – Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB, Finspong
Swedish turbine history dates back to 1893 when Gustav De Laval starts De Laval Ångturbin AB in Stockholm. Year 1913 the Ljungström brothers start to manufacture their counter rotating radial steam turbine. The location is Finspong and the name Svenska Turbinfabriks Aktiebolaget Ljungström – STAL. The company has had many names throughout the years and today it is Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB (SIT AB) and is part of the global energy company Siemens. In Finspong industrial gas turbines between 15 to 50 MW are designed, manufactured and assembled. There are about 2800 employees working at the Finspong site
Limited number of participants: 40
|Friday 7th April 2017|
11:00 – 19:00
Information about registration fees
Including 25 percent Swedish VAT. The approximate EURO rate is stated in brackets.
Please note, in accordance with Swedish Value Added Tax (VAT) requirements, any company or organization from a country outside Sweden with a registered VAT number (or equivalent tax registration number for companies outside of the EU) is NOT required to pay Swedish VAT for registration to the ETC12 Conference in Stockholm. Delegates from Sweden are required to pay VAT.