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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.)
To reinforce dialogues on smart specialisation among Arctic regions the S3 Platform of Joint Research Centre together with Norwegian Research Centre NORCE is organising a side event in the framework of 2020 Arctic Frontiers conference in Troms, Norway.
This final meeting of the Horizontal Working Group on Monitoring and Evaluation of RIS3 is organized as part of the project Targeted Support for RIS3 in Lagging Regions and takes place on Wednesday 23rd of October in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain.
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On 11th of October the S3 Platform invites to discuss how smart specialisation supports sustainable and innovative development of Arctic regions at Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik
As more than two billion people are added to the global population in the coming decades and urban populations continue to grow (70% by 2050), the question arises: how will we move them, and the goods they require, more efficiently and effectively than today?
The European Hydrogen Valleys partnership hold the “Hydrogen 4 Climate Action” conference on the 9th of October
Modernisation of the Food Industry through Industry 4.0 and Digitisation with particular focus on developing transdisciplinary competences, skills and demonstration projects workshop19/09/2019 20/09/2019
19 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019 ...
What role will Digital Innovation Hubs play in the Digital Europe Programme? How will funding work? How can collaboration betwee hubs be fostered any further? These issues will be discussed in the next meeting of the Working Group on Digital Innovation Hubs.
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