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Incentivize design and implementation of EE measures, to reduce energy consumption in buildings, promote the transition to a low-carbon economy for SMEs
Location: Toscana, Italy (Italia)
Project: SME POWER
Lead Partner: Foundation FUNDECYT Science and Technology Park of Extremadura (FUNDECYT-PCTEX)
The IMPROVE project brings together partners from 8 regions with the aim to improve the management and implementation of  Structural Funds Programmes in the participating regions and cities. Through the improvements the project wants to  ensure a better and more efficient delivery of R&D&i policies, with a special focus on the Smart Specialisation Strategies. The interregional learning process and activities in the IMPROVE project are designed to foster the exchange of practices, experiences and knowledge and increase the capacities of partners and stakeholders involved. The basis for the learning process  is the state of the art analysis each partner conducts on their chosen Structural Funds Programme (policy instrument) to be improved in the project. The objective of the state of the art analysis is to clarify the current situation in terms of management and implementation of the policy instrument. The exchange of experiences takes place by the means of  peer reviews, identification of good practices and interregional thematic workshops organised in the participating regions. Towards the end of phase 1 of the project the partners will develop action plans to transfer the knowledge and experiences to their region or city to improve their chosen policy instrument with concrete actions.    Expected results of the IMPROVE project are:  Innovative methodologies in the implementation of Structural Funds Solutions to specific issues that might hinder the proper deployment of policy instruments New tools (methodologies, good practices) provided to stakeholders for a more efficient management and implementation of their policy instruments Action plans designed, implemented and monitored in each participating region Transfer of knowledge collected through the  interregional learning process to stakeholders across Europe and with other Interreg Europe projects.
Rehabilitation of tram line (about 8,2km), of the road and pedestrian areas, with insertion of cycling lines for the south part of the city
Location: Nord-Est, Romania (România)
Project: InnovaSUMP
The process of creating a Biodistrict of the Bolognese Apennines for the regeneration of agriculture in the area.
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: SinCE-AFC
Good Practice Monfalcone Modal Shift slabs
From folder: Outputs
Good Practice 2 Livorno TPCS
From folder: Outputs
Image Video of Smooth Ports Partner activities
From folder: Outputs
Newsletter 4, July 2021. Topics: Stakeholder meetings, virtual port visits, presentation: Onshore Power Supply, and (hopefully) a physical meeting in Monfalcone
From folder: Newsletter
State of the Art Report of Centre-Val de Loire region, France.
State of the Art Report of the City of Tartu, Estonia.