EU GREEN DEAL SEPT 2020 MATCHMAKING
European Research and Innovation Days is the European Commission’s annual flagship Research and Innovation event, bringing together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and the public to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond. This year, it is a fully virtual event, with the Policy conference and the Science is Wonderful! online exhibition.
There are literally hundreds of EU and G20 funding incentives that don't quite make the grade in terms of garnering interest, that would otherwise be directed to more immediately commercial applications.
The EU's Green Deal is one of the more attention getting, in terms of research, that could change the climate warming landscape, for some already in the fold.
INHIBITING CURRENT RULES : The Elizabeth Swann is shown above is a zero emissions vessel, using only solar and wind power for propulsion, but under current EU point scoring, she'd have little chance of securing funding. This is why we are inviting other forms of collaboration, including corporate branding opportunity.
The European Commission’s Directorate General for Research and Innovation, the Research Executive Agency, the Executive Agency for SMEs, and the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, invite you to participate in the Info Day on the European Green deal Call, published on 18 September on the Funding & Tenders Opportunities Portal.
Divided into ambitious plenary sessions spanning the depth and breadth of research and innovation in Europe, and specialised hubs covering 10 pivotal themes, it brings cutting-edge scientific research to concrete global problems.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Participants who want to take part in the info Day, first have to register for the Research & Innovation Days. Once registered,
they can then tune in for the different parts of the Info Day:
Part I – Introduction: Open to an unlimited number of participants.
From 14:00 to 16:00 CEST, tune in and join the room “EGD call Info Day, Part I”
From 16:00 to 18:00 CEST, tune in and join the room of the call area of your interest.
Part III – brokerage event with proposal pitching in 11 parallel sessions: limited to 100 participants per session. Registration is not necessary, attendees will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
From 09:00 to 11:00 CEST, tune in and join the room of the call area of your interest
1.1 Preventing and Fighting Wildfires
1.2 -Towards climate –neutral and socially innovative cities
1.3 Climate-resilient Innovation Packages for EU regions
2. Clean, affordable and secure energy
3. Industry for a clean and circular economy
4. Energy and resource efficient buildings
5. Sustainable and smart mobility
6. Farm to fork
7. Biodiversity and ecosystems
8. Zero-pollution, toxic-free environments
9. Strengthening knowledge
10. Empowering citizens
Part IV – Matchmaking, pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings in virtual chat rooms, only open to registrants.
Our special projects manager (volunteer) attended this event, taking 3 meetings and 3 more after-event online chats - where double booking and limited slots were available for the delegates. You can contact the Foundation via Briggette Dusart or any of the Elizabeth Swann development team. While present calls are to 'general' to consider applying, vague even, the Foundation are consortium building (networking) looking for development partners for when funding from whatever source is on the table.
- HUB 2: The European Green Deal
Becoming the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050 is a once in a lifetime opportunity to modernise the EU’s economy and society and re-orient them towards a just and sustainable future.
Horizon Europe is the EU's €100 billion euro research and innovation programme starting in 2021, 35% of which is allocated to achieving climate objectives.
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