Passenger and freight transport generate around a quarter of Europe’s total carbon emissions. The DTEU project, an EU-funded project, has developed a suite of advanced models for Europe's transport sector, to provide detailed quantitative evidence of the impact of CO2 mitigation measures, to help policymakers reach the European Commission’s carbon emission goals for the sector.
EIT Food, EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility join forces in SUPERNOVAS to bring more women into the entrepreneurship ecosystem. The EIT is proud to empower woman-led start-ups, supporting women to access early-stage funding and inspire role models across the sector.It will deliver four activities: Identifying start-ups and match them with young women from STEAM careers; Support entrepreneurs to entry a new European market; Aim to help women with STEAM University studies start their careers in venture investment; and Offer EIT community women access to a broad network and training opportunities.
The EU-funded TEESMAT project sought to address bottlenecks early in the development of new battery innovations, by providing easy access to such knowledge and techniques, and by building up expertise through the sharing of best practices and results. This was achieved by bringing together those offering cutting-edge characterisation techniques and expertise with industrial players in the battery field.
EPOMM is the European Platform on Mobility Management, a network of governments in European countries that are engaged in Mobility Management (MM).
They are represented by the Ministries that are responsible for MM in their countries. EPOMM is organised as an international non profit organisation with seat in Brussels (BE).
De-icing aircraft is a critical safety procedure that takes up time and money. New corrosion-resistant coatings have been developed and could help aviation achieve operational efficiencies, and benefit other industrial sectors as well.
New European partnership on connected, cooperative and automated mobility, which aims to create a more user-centric and inclusive mobility system, increasing road safety while reducing congestion and the environmental footprint. To do this, it will fund collaborative research, test and demonstration projects to accelerate the pace of innovation and deployment of automated mobility. In addition, it aims to help remove barriers and contribute to the acceptance and efficient deployment of automation technologies and services.
The rEUse platform is a tool that enables the exchange of information among stakeholders working into and crossing the glass and carbon fibres value chains. The rEUse platform supports the identification and the sharing of physical availability of circular entities (products, wastes, materials, ..) to be re-used, recycled or remanufactured, and also to explicit their demand. The solution allows companies to get in touch, creating new connections, enabling new value chains, and creating new market opportunities.
This map presents the statistics of some european programmes. Filters can be used to view the list of programmes running in a given country or to refine the search. All the detalis of the chosen campaigns can as well be seen. Moreover, there is an option called "proposing country view", where the statistics by proposing country can be seen. Furthermore, there is also an option to filter Commission Campaigns, in order to view the campaigns rn directly by the European Commission.
This EC proposal follows the same approach as the current Ecodesign Directive. Such requirements will be set in the product-specific legislation and will include rules to make them more durable, reliable or reusable between other characteristics. In apreliminary assesment, the Commission has identified that textile products, furniture, tires, lubricants, iron, steel, aluminium, detergents or paints could be suitable for the first work plan.
It supports the coordination of European, national and regional initiatives that directly support digital transformation and Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH). The project aims to create a sustainable pan-European network of networks, focusing on regional IHL.
EUROPE DIRECT centers help bring the European Union closer to citizens on the ground and facilitate their participation in discussions on the future of the EU. The centers answer questions about EU policies, programs and priorities. The staff of the centers are willing to work proactively with citizens and stakeholders to make them feel more involved in the European project. Navarre´s Participation: Government of Navarra.