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Any organisation, public or private, can participate. Click below for more information on the type of partnerships we’re looking for in each Specific Objective and theme.


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Specific Objective 1: To enhance innovation performance of enterprises throughout NWE regions (Innovation)

Partnerships must involve a mix of innovation stakeholders (e.g. enterprises, researchers, education institutions, training organisations, policy-makers, and private investors).

Specific Objective 2: To facilitate the implementation of low-carbon, energy and climate protection strategies to reduce GHG emissions in NWE (Low carbon)

Partnerships should involve all key stakeholders from the field. The involvement of local and /or regional public authorities is a basic prerequisite.

Specific Objective 3: To facilitate the uptake of low carbon technologies, products, processes and services in sectors with high energy saving potential, to reduce GHG emissions in NWE (Low carbon)

Partnerships should involve all key stakeholders from the field, particularly from territories and sectors with high energy saving potential.

Specific Objective 4: To facilitate the implementation of transnational low-carbon solutions in transport systems to reduce GHG-emissions in NWE (Low carbon)

Partnerships must involve a mix of innovation stakeholders active in the transport sector (e.g. enterprises, researchers, education institutions, training organisations, policy-makers, and private investors).

 Specific Objective 5: To optimise (re)use of material and natural resources in NWE (Resource and materials efficiency)

Partnerships must involve a mix of innovation stakeholders, active in resource efficiency, waste management, industrial production or any other water and/or land intensive sectors.


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