ECRN co-organised the Second Partnership Meeting in Brussels
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Strengthening Strategic Value Chains for a future-ready EU Industry - report of the Strategic Forum for Important Projects of Common European Interest05 Nov 2019
Today, the Commission publishes recommendations by a group of experts, the Strategic Forum on Important Projects of Common European Interest, to boost Europe's competitiveness and global leadership in six strategic and future-oriented industrial sectors: Connected, clean and autonomous vehicles; Hydrogen technologies and systems; Smart health; Industrial Internet of Things; Low-carbon industry; and Cybersecurity.
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.
The European Commission recently approved a new thematic area focused on “Smart Water Territories” in the S3 Industrial Modernisation Platform. The regions of Aragón (Spain), Centre – Val de Loire (France) and Fryslân (The Netherlands), are leading this initiative and as a next step they are gathering relevant information on other regions interested in participating actively in this thematic area.
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First working meeting hosted by ECRN member, Saxony-Anhalt
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
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