EASME welcomes five new large-scale demonstration projects to build a water-smart economy and societyFive new large-scale demonstration projects (average EU contribution exceeds €14 million per each project), financed through the Horizon 2020 Call for proposals Building a water-smart economy and society, kick-started last week.
#EUHaveYourSay: The EU classification system for green investmentsA stakeholder feedback survey will help the European Commission identify technical screening criteria for classifying investments as contributing to decarbonisation and energy efficiency.
Climate neutrality clustering event: Fostering key knowledge sharing, policy feedback and synergiesOn 26 and 27 November, EASME's Horizon 2020 Climate Mitigation team brought together scientists and policy makers to the third climate neutrality clustering event.
Super soil: how LIFE is protecting the Earth’s sensitive skinWe depend on soil for food, water, energy and recreation. Soil also protects us from climate change and boosts biodiversity. Yet this precious resource continues to be degraded by human activities. There are however several LIFE projects that are protecting what lies beneath our feet.
PARSEC: boosting the international competitiveness of European SMEsPARSEC is proud to officially announce the 15 winning teams of the PARSEC Accelerator Open Call 2 (OC2) selected by a jury of experts during the pitching competition of the PARSEC Demo Days. From September 2020 until October 2021, these teams will access equity-free funding and second stage business support services to fine-tune their solutions.
European Polar Science Week - highlightsThe first edition of the European Polar Science Week took place from the 26 October until the 29 October. It has been co-organised by European Space Agency (ESA), the European Commission (EC) with the support of EASME.
5 H2020EE projects showcase new tools that facilitate waste heat and cold recoveryHeating and cooling account for a large share of energy demand in Europe and they are mainly covered by fossil fuels, while low carbon energy sources like waste heat and cold recovery and renewable energy sources remain marginal.