Analysis of Disruptions in the Low carbon energy – Intensive industries Ecosystem (26/05/20)

By: Elisa Carelli
Created: 26 May 2020 - 07:05
Updated: 26 May 2020 - 02:05

In the meeting on 26 th May, the European Cluster Alliance start the Analysis of Disruptions in the Low carbon energy - intensive Industries Ecosystem.

The main topic about the daily session is abuot the disruption in low carbon-intensive industries ecosytem.

Two experts joint the meeting:

  • Jennifer Shaw - Taberlet, Axelera
  • Emmanuelle Robins, Pole Avenia

Jennifer Shaw - Taberlet from Axelera present this French cluster at the crossroard of the chemical and enviromental sectors that helps they 367 members to invest in and innovate for the transformation. The role is to facilitating partnerships between members and devolope th R&D and innovation. They work with the region to earn funding for companies and help them to recovery  but also with bank in order to find new funding.

Emmanuelle Robins from Pole Avenia present this no profit organisation labeled as competitiveness cluster since 2010. They have one amibition: promote the subsurface in the energy transition. In this cluster we can find four priority themes that involved six potential markets with four missions.

For the members of cluster the main disruptions are: great lack of cash,  production inturruption,  no avaibility of materials, financial and economical problems, supply and value chain interruption.

How can disruption be overcome in the low carbon energy - intensive industries ecosystem? What are the solutions?

DOWNLOAD THE MINUTE OF THE DAILY MEETING

2020.05.26 ECA dailyminutes.pdf

Check the previous meetings and discover the next sessions.

https://www.clustercollaboration.eu/forum/european-alliance-against-coronavirus-daily-meetings/european-alliance


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