THERMOSS is an EU funded project within Horizon 2020 programme and it proposes an industry-focused, innovation-intensive approach to ease and foster the introduction of cutting-edge heating and cooling technologies for building energy retrofitting at European level, targeting residential buildings and buildings connected to District Heating and Cooling (DHC) networks.
At the very outset of its mandate, the new European Commission presented the European Green Deal, establishing the objective of becoming the first climate-neutral bloc in the world by 2050. The initiative emphasises the seriousness which the European Commission places on the climate and biodiversity challenges Europe faces in the coming decades and proposes an unprecedented mobilisation of resources to finance a transition to a sustainable economy.
A summary of the debate is now available.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) throws its support behind the 2020 Commission work programme, underlining that civil society can make a valuable contribution to placing sustainable development at the core of people’s personal and shared responsibility.
On 11 of March 2020, a public conference will gather financiers and industry representatives to discuss how public and private investors can join forces with the Innovation Fund to deliver the investments needed to scale up innovative, low-carbon technologies.
The following day, strategy and financial engineering experts selected by the members of the Innovation Fund Expert Group (IFEG) will meet to discuss the project maturity, innovation and scalability selection criteria, due diligence, project development assistance and knowledge sharing under the Innovation Fund.
Bringing leading edge bioeconomy face-to-face with one of the world’s unique areas of outstanding natural beauty and biodiverse forests. The 3rd World BioEconomy Forum will be held at Ruka on September 9–11, 2020. World BioEconomy Forum will bring together major think tanks, regulators and operators in this famous holiday resort in northeast Finland.