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Helpdesk services in the framework of the P2GreenEST project

Helpdesk services ready to offer EU SMEs a free tailor-made assistance

PowerUp COUNTRY FINAL in Romania

The biggest competition for start-ups in Central and Eastern Europe will be held online on May 22th.
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Launch of the UIA SPIRE BAIA MARE project

Decontamination of polluted land and creation of an Innovation Hub in Baia Mare
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EIT InnoEnergy proceeds with PowerUp! Challenge’s country finals online

EIT InnoEnergy, the engine behind Europe’s sustainable energy transformation, will go ahead with its selection programme for acceleration and business development called PowerUp! Challenge to find and fund the most promising startups, scale-ups and SMEs in Central Eastern Europe.
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AgroBioHeat project would like to hear from you!

From February 2020 to April 2020, the AgroBioHeat project progresses to an important milestone for gathering significant insights on social understanding about the use of agrobiomass for heating. AgroBioHeat is conducting a web-based survey aiming to capture the public opinion on agrobiomass heating. Apart from eliciting existing perceptions and stakeholders’ intentions to act, the survey aims to identify the current opportunities and barriers that can facilitate or hinder the market uptake of agrobiomass heating. The results will showcase differences among stakeholders’ viewpoints, perceptions and needs across different European countries and regions.
Follow the link and share your opinion with AgroBioHeat! 

AgroBioHeat seeks new icebreaker agrobiomass consumption initiatives to provide them with support

From October 2019 to January 2020, the project AgroBioHeat opens the call in several countries (Croatia, France, GreeceRomaniaSpain and Ukraine) to support new icebreaker initiatives for the consumption of agrobiomass (agricultural or agroindustrial biomass residues, or energy crops) for heat generation in small facilities (<1 MW thermal). The key is that the installation is efficient, that the technology generates low local emissions, and that it can be replicable. Those interested should contact the partners of the project in their country to describe their initiative and register their interest.
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Potential investments for Romanian energy companies through EIT InnoEnergy’s PowerUp! Challenge

Romanian companies with products and services in areas such as energy, mobility, cleantech, smart cities can apply by 6 March 2020 here to the PowerUp! Challenge organised in our country by InnoEnergy Hub Romania.
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