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Innovation Place is the Open Innovation platform supporting collaborative research through the matching of pre-screened R&D projects, qualified organisations, and public funding opportunities.
Innovation Place is the Open Innovation platform supporting collaborative research through the matching of pre-screened R&D projects, qualified organisations, and public funding opportunities.

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PNO supported the development of the new WssTP Water Vision 2030

PNO supported the development of the new WssTP Water Vision 2030, which was presented to the EU Commissioner for Research, Science, and Innovation, Carlos Moedas last 22nd of June at the Water Innovation Conference 2016 in Bruxelles.

The WssTP Water Vision 2030 has been endorsed by the EIP Water and most other European water umbrella organisations, including EurEau, EWP, EWA, Euraqua, and NetwercH2O.

WssTP is the European Technology Platform for Water. It was initiated by the European Commission in 2004 as an industry lead stakeholder forum; 12 years after and over 150 members, WssTP has become the recognized voice and promotor of water-related RTD and innovation in Europe.

Together with Key WssTP stakeholders from industry, utilities, research organisations, water and public authorities, PNO has supported the development of the new Vision: “THE VALUE OF WATER: Multiple Waters, for multiple purposes and users”, as well the “Strategic and Innovation and Research Agenda (SIRA)”, with the aim of defining a clear set of concrete actions to achieve the WssTP Vision’s ambitious goals.

The Vision and the SIRA have been developed in the first half of 2016, to set the directions for tackling the key societal challenges related to water which is one of the key resources underpinning our lives and economies.

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REE4EU project at the Industrial Technologies 2016 conference!

The REE4EU project – funded by the EC under the call H2020-SPIRE-07-2015 – participates in the European conference “Industrial Technologies 2016 – Creating a Smart Europe” which will take place in Amsterdam, June 22-24. The conference will bring together research, industry, education, finance and policy from manufacturing and process industry and technology domains from all over Europe to identify priorities that are crucial to strengthen the European industrial innovation ecosystem. The project aims at developing, validating and demonstrating in two industrially relevant Pilots an innovative Rare Earth Alloys (REA) production route from permanent magnets PM and Ni metal hydride (NiMH) Battery waste. Join us to have further information about the project!

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Indus3Es project at the Industrial Technologies 2016 conference!

The Indus3Es project participates in the European conference “Industrial Technologies 2016 – Creating a Smart Europe” which will take place in Amsterdam, June 22-24. The conference will bring together research, industry, education, finance and policy from manufacturing and process industry and technology domains from all over Europe to identify priorities that are crucial to strengthen the European industrial innovation ecosystem. Join us to have further information about the project!

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REE4EU project: first six months progress meeting, Sweden (19-20 April)

On 19-20 April, all the partners involved in the REE4EU project met in Halmstad (Sweden), for the first six months progress meeting.
The project, funded in the frame of Horizon 2020 TOPIC SPIRE-07-2015, will realize a breakthrough innovation in the field of Recovery Technologies for Metals and other Minerals.
The meeting focused on the projects’ updates and ongoing activities, and a video was filmed by the hosting partner STENA, showing the latest advances in the project. Have a look at the REE4EU video! http://www.ree4eu.eu/

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Indus3Es project consortium meeting – Berlin, Germany, 16th- 17th March, 2016
Indus3Es project, in the frame of Horizon 2020 TOPIC EE-18-2015, is now in the six month of implementation. The consortium partners will met all together at TU Berlin facilities to discuss on project progresses and to plan next steps. To know more about the project and to download the newsletter, visit our website at the following link: http://www.indus3es.eu/!

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CATER project has launched and started populating the CASK platform, a search and knowledge management environment that gives access to a community area to look for relevant information in an extensive database and classify it to make it easier for the community its retrieval. Currently, the platform comprises about 9 millions of EU patents, more than 18 million of scientific papers, public funding opportunities, funded research project for R&I, ideas for new projects in addition to URLs crawled and indexed. We invite you to sign to CASK , it is for FREE and you will have the chance to provide your opinion about the services and information offered. Please, do not hesitate to contact us (and to notify your registration if you wish) for any further information/support on CASK environment: m.molicacolella@ciaotech.com. Sign up here! https://web.cater-transport-time-efficiency.eu/signup.html
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REE4EU-Partner meeting - 28/29 January, Kristiansand (Norway)
SINTEF, ELKEM, TECNALIA, A3I-INOVERTIS, IDENER, LCM and STENA met all together at Elkem's facilities to discuss on process and design requirements for construction and building of REE4EU pilot plant that will be built at Elkem. The plant will integrate for the first time into at (pre) industrial scale all the REE4EU process, i.e. the Integrated high temperature electrolysis and Ion liquid extraction. To know more about the project visit our website at the following link: http://www.ree4eu.eu/

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CEF Energy: First 2016 call for proposals in mid-March
Up to €800 million is foreseen to be allocated under the 2016 CEF Energy Work Programme. The 2016 CEF Energy Calls for Proposals will finance projects of common interest in the energy sector, namely in electricity and gas.
The launch of the First call for proposals (indicative budget 200 million euro) is expected in mid-March, whereas the publication of the Second call for proposals is planned in June.
The draft Work Programme is available for reference only to allow stakeholders and potential applicants to familiarise themselves with the information in anticipation of the calls.
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