The session will analyse the impact of the COVID-19 at various territorial levels in the EU and how S3 models have helped during the lock-down and will help further in the post-crisis transition.
In the framework of the 18th EWRC, the Cultural and Creative Regional Ecosystems (CCRE-S3) partners will present this new thematic area, recently launched under the S3P-Industry.
In the middle of a new economic crisis due to the recent COVID19 pandemic SMEs in the EU are more than ever in need to apply advanced digital technologies in order to resume their business, benefit from remote working capabilities and apply new business models and innovations in an effort to stay operational and competitive.
This EWRC workshop will be an opportunity to meet regional experts who are putting in practice interregional cooperation in the frame of their S3, supporting industrial modernisation for a smart post-Covid recovery.
Smart Specialisation Platform on Energy –Opportunities for cooperation and future development trends for the next programming period10/09/2020 10/09/2020
The S3PEnergy will present its activities and the S3 Thematic Platforms' concept during one of the webinars of the Virtual International Partnering on "Innovation in Environment & Energy & Circular Economy".
During a webinar co-organised by the European Cluster Alliance, the Thematic S3 Platforms team and several regional representatives discussed on the role of clusters in the S3 interregional partnerships.
The objective of this webinar was to provide hands-on experience on how to manage and coordinate at the national level interregional collaboration considering the regional governance levels through different experiences of engagement in R&I networks. The Italian Agency for Territorial Cohesion has been working on a guide that aims at supporting Italian regions in implementing international cooperation instruments.
Virtual workshop and assistance sessions: "Creating mature interregional investment projects under the S3P-Industry"
Workshop & S3P-Industry 6th Steering Committee Meeting, Milan, Italy
Smart grids in the new programming period: the role of transnational R&I networks to strengthen smart energy06/02/2020 06/02/2020
The aim of the workshop was to support national and regional authorities in planning their EU funds for supporting investments in smart grids R&I and deployment during the 2021-2027 programming period, by offering them with better knowledge of ways to collaborate with other regions with similar interest and to access international networks in the field of smart grids. We will discuss on how to foster the conditions in those regions to develop R&I and implementation projects smart grids in this sector, reinforcing governance models that allow stronger links with other regions in the EU and with international networks/organisations. Our target audience is mainly the ESI Funds Managing Authorities that are responsible for the identification and development of programmes and projects in the sector of smart grids (Managing Authorities for energy, RIS3 managing agencies, etc.)
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