The Towards Green Transition Facility winners are announced!
The ‘Towards Green Transition’ Facility is an initiative by the European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) and financed by the European Commission which enables clusters registered at the ECCP to promote green transition skills amongst their members through technical advisory support from highly qualified advisors.
The types of technical support range from one-on-one teaching, guidance documents and direct consultancy to workshops and webinars. Launched in February, the call for applications closed on 5 March and the winners have now been selected.
We are pleased to announce the following clusters who will receive support for their green initiatives:
- Cluster AEC, Arquitetura, Engenharia e Construção, Portugal
- TECES, Slovenian Energy Cluster, Slovenia
- Venetian Cluster, Italy
- AEI Tèxtils, in consortium with ATEVAL, CS-POINTEX, The Portuguese Textile Cluster (CITEVE) and TECHTERA, Portugal
- Cluster Energy Technology Berlin-Brandenburg, Germany
- Cluster Lombady Green Chemistry Association-LGCA, Italy
- Balears.t - Clúster d’Innovació Tecnològica en Turisme de les Illes Balears, Spain
- Materalia and CMAV (Advanced Materials Clusters), France and Spain
- DITECFER District for Rail Technologies, High Speed, Networks' Safety & Security, Italy
- Rete di Imprese Luce in Veneto, Italy
- Asociación Cluster Alimentario de Galicia (Clusaga), Spain
- Green Synergy Cluster, Bulgaria
- Maritime Technology Cluster FVG – mareFVG and Liguria Cluster for Marine Technologies – DLTM, Italy
- Cleantech Cluster Lithuania, Lithuania
- Wood Industry Cluster, Slovenia
- AQUIMER, France
- Cluster Sofia Knowledge City, Bulgaria
- Renewable Energy Sources Cluster/RES Cluster, Bulgaria
- Associació Catalana Clúster de la Indústria de l’Esport, Spain
- Asociación IdiA, Spain
- Plastiwin, Belgium
- JIC, Czech Republic
- Strategische Partnerschaft Sensorik e.V., Germany
- CONFAPI SARDEGNA-Associazione delle Piccole e Medie Industrie della Sardegna, Italy
- Fundacja Rozwoju Lubelszczyzny / Co-ordinator of Lublin Eco-Energy Cluster, Poland
The intended benefits of the Facility include improved resource efficiency, support and best practices for greener and more efficient supply chains. The advisory activities are envisaged to last for a maximum of five months, and the advisors will be experts in training businesses to improve their sustainability and resource efficiency. The delivery of technical support will start in the coming weeks.