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BE-READI ALPS is Veneto Innovazione new project 

Veneto Innovazione and 13 partners form the Alpine Space are starting an new project that means to help SMEs... more

 

 

 

17/10 Garching (Munich): Scale(Up)Alps Final Conference 

The final conference will give a summary of the project’s findings as well as of the need for
a Manifesto for scaleup support... more

 

 

 

4-5/11 Dublin: High-growth technology business conference 2019

This conference, jointly held by the EPO and the Licensing Executives Society International (LESI), provides a platform for high-growth technology enterprises and others in their innovation ecosystem (see figure below) to learn about business strategy and IP management... more

 

 

 

IRENES  - Integrating RENewable energy and Ecosystem Services in environmental and energy policies

Veneto Innovazione partipates in IRENES, an Interreg Europe project that exchanges knowledge and experiences among regions to identify gaps and barriers within current ERDF and energy policy instruments, including environmental, social, economic, and governance concerns... more

 

 

 

9-11/12/2019 Naples: 8th European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference - EFC19

The 8th European Fuel Cell Technology & Applications Piero Lunghi Conference - EFC19, aims to to bring together academia, research world, industry, public sector to exchange and share their experiences and research results... more

 

 

 

A success story by Veneto Innovazione
Veneto Innovazione supported SOLWA an Italian start-up developing a green and sustainable technology able to treat polluted water and seawater using only solar energy..... more

 

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IRENES - Interreg Europe

IRENES  - Integrating RENewable energy and Ecosystem Services in environmental and energy policies

The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (2005), and recently the EU 2020 Biodiversity Strategy emphasizes that human well-being is tightly linked to environmental conditions through the delivery of Ecosystem Services (ES), and therefore good territorial environmental management could, in principle, also deliver better outcomes for people and environment, resulting in win-win solutions.
Low-carbon policies and Renewable Energy Sources (RES) development are challenged by the complexity of linkages between ecological, physical, social, and economic factors in relation to trade-offs and synergies between RES exploitation and the delivery of multiple ES. Generalizations and knowledge shortage lead to missing the acknowledgment of potential synergies between RES and ES within the governance and policy frameworks at territorial level.
The IRENES project will put in place interregional knowledge and experience exchange process to identify gaps and barriers within current ERDF and energy policy instruments in relation to the RES and ES co-relation, including environmental, social, economic, and governance concerns. The active commitment of Structural Funds Managing Authorities, and governing bodies of other policy instruments addressed in the project, is of paramount importance to integrate the potential RES development trade-offs and co-benefits with ES into the territorial development policies.
Therefore, IRENES consortium priority is to communicate and dialogue WITH policy makers and not to policy makers in order to trigger the knowledge transfer and to inform, with scientific evidences on RES and Ecosystem Services, the decision makers about the potential of a win–win outcome that can be incorporated into the regional and national ERDF Operational programmes, energy and climate strategies and laws.

The project runs from 1 Aug 2019 to 31 Jul 2023.
The total budget is € 1.781.783

To know more: https://www.interregeurope.eu/irenes/

IRENES is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund for (ERDF) through the Interreg Europe Program.

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