Berlaymont Building, Room Robert Schuman, Rue de la Loi 200, Brussels
The project concluded the first phase of its activities at the end of 2017. As a conclusion of the tasks carried out by the S3PEnergy, a High Level Event will take place on Thursday the 25th of January 2018, including both institutional and technical sessions, providing a good overview of the results achieved so far and a clear scene setting for the activities to be conducted in the next future.
Alessandro RAINOLDI, Head of "Territorial Development" Unit, Directorate-General Joint Research Centre, European Commission Antonio SORIA RAMIREZ, Head of "Economics of Climate Change, Energy and Transport" Unit, Directorate-General Joint Research Centre, European Commission Efstathios PETEVES, Head of "Knowledge for the Energy Union" Unit, Directorate-General Joint Research Centre, European Commission
Roundtable and discussion with the S3 Energy Partnerships
Smart Grids Partnership: Raphaële DE GIULI MORGHEN, Director General for Europe and Mediterranean Cooperation, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region (FR)
Solar Energy Partnership: José Luis NAVARRO RIBERA, Regional Minister of Economy and Infrastructures, Region of Extremadura (ES)
Sustainable Buildings Partnership: Natalia GONZÁLEZ HEREZA, Director-General, Directorate-General of Industry, Energy and Mines, Regional Ministry of Employment, Enterprise and Trade, Andalusian Government (ES)
The High Level Event of the Smart Specialisation Platform on Energy is organised with a twofold objective: to showcase the results achieved so far and also to discuss on the most effective ways to keep assisting regions specialised in the energy domain. Particular focus will be given to the interregional cooperation dynamics in the domains of bioenergy, smart grids, sustainable buildings, marine renewables and solar.
This high level event will take place on Thursday the 25th of January 2018 in Brussels.
BACKGROUND. In May 2015, the “Smart Specialisation Platform on Energy” (S3PEnergy) was launched with the aim to support the implementation of the Smart Specialisation Strategies of those regions/Member States that have chosen energy-related priorities, and to assist them to use Cohesion Policy funding more effectively. The project has been centred in providing expertise and methodological support to all the agents engaged in energy and innovation, and in promoting mutual transnational learning activities. One of its more tangible results is the creation of five interregional partnerships, with the participation of more than 60 regions or Member States.