The Region of Valencia (Spain) presents its approach for creating business opportunities related to decarbonisation, using the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process
Call for expression of interest for Regional and National Authorities to participate in future Peer eXchange and Learning (PXL) workshops03 Feb 2020
The S3 Platform seeks expressions of interest from National and Regional authorities to participate in the three Peer eXchange and Learning (PXL) workshops that will be organised in 2020 on governance and strategy management; entrepreneurial discovery process; monitoring and evaluation.
To establish and support networking between interested regions in order to facilitate inter-regional collaboration and identify opportunities for funding of joint projects, a mapping exercise has been launched.
The DIHNET.EU project announced the 3rd of April during the 6th Working Group of DIHs the topics for the Working Groups that will permit DIHs to cooperate, discuss and exchange experiences. This was the result of an interactive process with the audience during the day where participants had the opportunity to select their preferred options.
A place for DIHs to join forces and collaborate!
As part of joint collaboration between DG MARE and JRC, the S3 Platform has been analysing some Blue Growth emerging sectors, identifying the indicators that will enable measuring of the closely related innovative activities across Europe and the role of smart specialisation in the enhanced networking among the EU regions and Member States actively engaged in these emerging sectors. This year a particular focus was devoted to the selected pilot emerging sector of marine renewable energy. The results of the analysis done in the frame of the scientific work of the JRC S3 Platform and sub-contractors from the Basque Energy Cluster will be included in the 2019 Annual Economic Report on the EU Blue Economy. Furthermore, the work and case studies will be showcased at a thematic workshop on "Smart Specialisation and the Emerging Blue Sectors" organised in the frame of the largest event of Europe’s maritime community called "European Maritime Days" on 17 June in Lisbon.
The Commission today announces an investment programme worth over €10 billion for low-carbon technologies in several sectors to boost their global competitiveness.
The High Level Industrial Roundtable discussed trends and challenges facing European industries by 2030.The Commission unveiled preliminary recommendations of the expert group on Strategic Value Chains on 6 February 2019 in EU Industry Days.
The policy paper on “The future of EU policies for Social Economy: towards an Action Plan” is available
The EU Industry Days were established in the spirit of co-creation, dialogue and cooperation with all relevant stakeholders. The programme will be once more co-created by the European Commission and by stakeholders.
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