EUROSUNMED RoadMap Workshop Agenda
The first EUROSUNMED workshop was organised on 14th April 2016 in Brussels with a view to starting the discussion on the definition of a EUROSUNMED Roadmap. The first workshop focused on ...
5TOI_4EWAS Project kicks off in Barcelona
On July 11 and 12, 2016 in Barcelona (Spain), 24 innovation actors,
such as ministries, universities/research centers and service
companies, from 15 different countries: Italy, Belgium, Germany, the UK,
France, Austria, Lebanon...
ETRERA 2020 releases an e-handbook
The ETRERA_2020 Work Package (WP) 4 was dedicated to "Capacity Building” and focused on developing actions to ensure that renewable energy operators in the participating Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPCs) are qualified t...
Joint statement on a binding renewable energy target
EUREC, has issued a joint statement together with other European associations on a binding renewable energy target for Europe.
In October 2014, 28 EU Heads of State agreed that a binding target for renewables should be set at EU...
EUREC Highlights 2015
EUREC published a factsheet with the
highlights of the association’s activities in 2015.
The document summarises EUREC’s main
lobbying efforts and outl...
Joint annual meeting of the PV and Smart Grids ETIPs
The joint annual meeting of the European Technology and Innovation Platform (ETIP) on Photovoltaics and the ETIP on Smartgrids was hailed by Jeroen Schuppers, deputy Head of Unit for Advanced Energy Production in DG Research and Innovation of th...
InteSusAl project releases a summary of activities
At the conference 'European Roadmap for an Algae-based Industry', the InteSusAl Consortium released a document with a summary of the activities performed under the scope of the project.
The document gath...
Call for good UBC practice cases
CALL FOR GOOD PRACTICE CASE STUDIES
State of European University-Business Cooperation
A study promoting European University-Business Cooperation
Global Apollo Programme – an exciting new proposal
44 years ago the Apollo 11 mission put the first men on the moon. On 2 June a group of seven well-known figures from science, politics and business (*) outlined a proposal for a programme of arguably even greater importance for humanity: achieving wi...