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The call for proposal "FEX4Culture" by Fondazione Exclusiva, Rome, is open for 8 innovative ideas with a social impact.
Type: Project
The SIE partners and local stakeholders visited the Italian region of Molise in November to find out more about SME internationalisation.
Type: Project
International conference on the promotion of the development of innovative technologies and new business models in SMEs in rural areas.
Type: Project
FINERPOL partner starts the phase II of the project, monitoring the implementation of its Action Plan.
Type: Project
You can now watch the replay of our online thematic discussion on 'Improving access to Europe’s Research and innovation infrastructure'.
Type: Platform
Lead Partner: University of Gävle
SMEPlus project will increase energy efficiency in SMEs. The partner regions will compare & rethink their energy policies, liaise with important stakeholders, exchange solutions and improve their instruments towards SMEs. As industrial SMEs represent 95% of the companies, their impact on economies is immense. The European Parliament set a binding target of increasing, by a minimum of 32,5%, the energy efficiency by 2030 compared to the 2005 level, in all Member States. Therefore, the project partners are sharing their good practices to find the best solutions to contribute to the achievement of the target set. Engaging in discussions and exchanging experiences with relevant actors is the best way to find solutions to increase the involvement of the industrial SMEs in energy efficiency improvement. Common barriers to overcome in the regions are the low interest of industrial SMEs participating in energy efficiency policy programmes as well as low number of industrial SME energy efficiency policy programmes. The Interreg Europe programme aims at enhancing policies and policy preconditions in different thematic fields. To reach this it is important to establish regional networks and stakeholder groups. Thus, as a first step, the SMEPlus partners will identify major regional stakeholders involved in energy efficiency in SMEs in their regions. Political, economic and social preconditions will lead to individual stakeholder groups in the partner regions, including municipalities, business associations environmental protection agencies, etc. To be able to use their experience, expertise and networks, a series of regional stakeholder meetings will take place. The first stakeholder meetings will be organised in Austria (March 2020) and Romania (May 2020). The project partners will a) improve the energy policies by 2020 by exchanging and comparing the regional policy instruments in the eight regions, b) jointly develop regional policy action plans supporting the implementation of energy efficiency programmes and thus utilize the potential in the industrial SME sector c) exchange information and experience and by this help the stakeholders supporting the regional action plans set to overcome the barriers. Therefore, our actions will a) increase the interest of industrial SMEs in participating in the energy efficiency policy programmes, b) support starting-up effective industrial SME´ energy efficiency policy programmes, c) help integrate energy-related policy measures from other sectors in the industrial SME sector. The exchange of experience, workshops and study visits with the stakeholders will help us achieve project´s objectives. The jointly developed regional action plans will also influence the policies for the next Regional Operational Programme period 2021-2027.
Podlaska Regional Development Foundation (PRDF) is one of the partners in the SUPER project co-financed by Interreg Europe. The main goal of the SUPER project w...
Type: Project
Are you confident in your knowledge about Financial Instruments for Innovative SMEs and Start-ups? If it not the case, we might be able to help you!
Type: Project
Future Food Innovation (FFI) was initiated by CDR with the aim to increase the number of innovative SMEs within the food industry.
Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)
1st INNOGROW regional stakeholder meeting in Győr, Hungary, organised by PA-NOV, with the aim to bring together actors who support innovative rural economy SMEs
Type: Project