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Kick off meeting of Quintuple Helix Approach to Targeted Open Innovation in Energy, Water and Agriculture in the South Mediterranean Neighborhood - 5TOI_4EWAS

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, Palestine, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, Jordan and Libya gather  together.

These stakeholders are partners of the "Quintuple Helix Approach to Targeted Open Innovation in Energy, Water and Agriculture in the South Mediterranean Neighborhood” - 5TOI_4EWAS - project coordinated by the Department of Chemistry of the University Autonomy of Barcelona (UAB). 5TOI_4EWAS has been funded under the Horizon2020 program promoted by the European Commission.

The aims of the 5TOI_4EWAS project are to:

  • build a bridge between innovation and policies to open new markets in the energy, agriculture and water management;
  • support the key players in the innovative sectors through a common political action plan;
  • facilitate the access to the use of infrastructures, scientific facilities, and laboratories in the MPC and EU areas  targeting academic researchers and not only;
  • promote the development of RTD and entrepreneurship in the agriculture, water and energy sector throughout the Southern Mediterranean area and the European Union, increasing the participation of Mediterranean partners in the European Research Area.

 The goal of this ambitious project is to improve the relationships between public and private institutions by setting up an innovation ecosystem, engaging Mediterranean countries  and EU Member States.

CERtuS and NeZeR projects will take part with a stand in the Networking Village during the EUSEW2016

CERtuS together with NeZeR project will take part with a stand to the Networking Village during the European Sustainable Week 2016 -EUSEW2016 on June 15th 2016, from 9:00 to 12:30 at Residence Palace in Rue de la Loi, 155, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium.

On this occasion CERtuS will showcase key achievements, nZEB solutions, the energy service market and ultimately innovative financing mechanisms for energy renovation of existing buildings stock.

To take part to the CERtuS One to one meeting register at https://www.eventbrite.it/e/mechanisms-for-nzeb-renovation-of-existing-public-building-stock-tickets-25400724250

For further requests of information please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For further information on CERtuS project, please visit the following website: http://www.certus-project.eu

For reaching the venue: http://www.presscenter.be/page/how-to-get-to-the-residence-palace

 

Report Launch | Sustainable competitiveness through energy efficiency in buildings

Sustainable competitiveness through energy efficiency in buildings

 How to transform the building stock from being an energy waster to being a positive element in the EU energy system and the EU economy? 

Do the EU’s climate and energy targets meet the needs and expectations of the energy renovation market in the EU? 

How to maximise on 2016 as the ‘year of delivery for the Energy Union’ to achieve coherent and mutually reinforcing legislation in future legislative reviews for buildings?

This webinar will mark the launch of the new study drafted by Yamina Saheb (OpenExp) for Renovate Europe, which undertakes a comprehensive analysis of all 9 EU directives and regulations which relate to the building sector.

Key representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission and from industry will come together during this webinar to discuss the key findings from the study and understand how to ‘get it right’ for buildings legislation with the upcoming legislative reviews, taking into account the huge potential of the energy renovation market in the EU.

Agenda

10:00 Introductory words: Adrian Joyce, Renovate Europe Campaign Director
10:05 Presentation of the main findings of the report by Yamina Saheb, OpenExp
10:25 Round table discussion with representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Industry
10:50 Q&A with the virtual audience
11:15 End of Webinar

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