Through strong interplay between staff and students and intense collaboration with public and private sectors, Aalborg University offer degree programmes with a real-world approach and provide world-class research. This results in new insights, new solutions to societal challenges and knowledge that changes the world.
The Mobility Cluster ACstyria represents a network of about 300 companies operating in automotive and aerospace industries and rail systems. Their key service consists in bringing together and supporting Styrian companies throughout the value added chain being a link between trade and industry, research and public institutions.
The Brasov Metropolitan Agency brings together the public authorities from the city of Brasov with those of two other medium sized cities, four small sized towns, ten rural communes and the County Council of Brasov. It implements projects in topics such as public infrastructure, public safety, supporting the business community and boosting entrepreneurship, local community development, lifelong learning, and territorial cooperation.
Bioenergy2020+ GmbH is a research organisation, based in Austria. Bioenergy2020+ provides research, development and demonstration services for the entire value chain of biomass for energy use. With over 100 employees, its remit is to enhance R&D contribution on the utilisation of new biomass fuels, to improve existing technologies and to advance new technologies in the field.
Campus France is a public institution in charge of promoting French higher education abroad and welcoming foreign students and researchers to France. It encourages international mobility and manages scholarship programmes and the alumni network.
City of Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA is a non-profit organization established by the City of Dubrovnik, whose primary aim is to prepare and implement EU-funded projects covering fields such as tourism, SME’s, energy efficiency, sustainable mobility and environmental protection. It offers a link between the city government and other institutions working on sustainable local development.
Graz is a city with a high standard of living and one of the fastest growing regions of Austria. As the main economic driving force for Styria Graz especially supports the development in certain economic sectors such as mobility, human- and biotechnology,energy- and environmental technology and creative industry.
The City Council of Litoměřice is committed to promoting sustainable transport and energy in the 24,000 inhabitants city northwest of Prague. In the area of energy savings and utilization of renewable energy sources it is one of the leaders in the public sector in the Czech Republic and with the help of the European Union, performs test drilling for geothermal power.
Cork City Council is engaged as a partner in several European Funded Projects across a number of different funding calls, including, Horizon 2020, Interreg Europe, Atlantic Area and URBACT. These projects help to advance Cork City Council’s knowledge about international best practice activities, promote transnational collaboration and help to accelerate social and economic innovation activities to enhance Cork in a sustainable way.
The Cyprus Energy Agency is an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 2009. The establishment and operation of the Energy Agency was co-funded by the European Commission through the Intelligent Energy for Europe Program and the Union of Cyprus Communities for three years.
Energa is one of Poland’s four largest energy companies and one of the three largest electricity suppliers in Poland. The company´s core activities include the generation and distribution of and trading in electricity and heat, as well as gas trading.
The Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University Linz focuses on economic considerations of energy policy issues, current issues of the Austrian energy law, the promotion of energy efficiency and the optimized use of biogenic residues. The Energy Institute also looks at the conceptual design of smart energy systems representing the optimal combination of existing components in effective overall smart systems.
The European University Association (EUA) represents more than 800 universities and national rectors’ conferences in 48 European countries. EUA plays a crucial role in the Bologna Process and in influencing EU policies on higher education, research and innovation.
EUREC, created in 1991, is the leading association representing research centres and university departments active in the area of renewable energy with the purpose to promote and support the development of innovative technologies and human resources to enable a prompt transition to a sustainable energy system.
evon GmbH, as developer of the XAMControl automation platform, offers a modern, exceptionally efficient framework for the implementation of automation projects and supports with training, know-how in the areas of traffic, buildings and industry, with advice in all project phases and also with unique advances.
The FTP is a European Technology Platform (ETP) dedicated to the forest-based sector. It is the meeting place for industry, forest owners and public authorities, to discuss and build up a critical mass of knowledge on common research and innovation need, and to decide on the best ways to cooperate.
Green Energy Romanian Innovative Biomass Cluster (BIO-C) was developed from the Association for Green Energy by engaging research and development stakeholders, public institutions, local actors on biomass issues and moving from a regional (county) level to national level. The Silver-labeled cluster counts 38 members, including producers, entrepreneurs, representatives of local public administration, and consultants. BIO-C has strong expertise in education and awareness activities about biomass as a sustainable energy source.
Holding Graz is implementing and further developing the research and innovation agenda for sustainable urbanisation and building on a strong alliance with key international and technologically leading partners for research and innovation actions on sustainable urbanisation.
As leading engine for innovation and entrepreneurship in Sustainable Energy, InnoEnergy is a world-class alliance of more than 150 European players addressing the main European energy challenges delivering education, research & technology innovative products and services, and business creation.
Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT is a pioneering science university in Finland, bringing together the fields of science and business since 1969. Clean energy and water, circular economy and sustainable business are the key questions of humankind to which LUT seeks solutions through technology and business.
LIST is a mission-driven Research and Technology Organization that develops technology-intensive solutions focussed on environmental innovation, digitization and advanced materials transfering technologies to industrial partners from sectors such as manufacturing, automobile, logistics, biotech, energy, space, construction, water, agriculture, viticulture and more.
Founded in July 1961 as a Research Centre for Nuclear Research, Demokritos is the largest multidisciplinary Research Centre of Greece with approximately 180 Researchers and over 500 Research Personnel working in projects funded mainly by grants from State Funds, the European Union and Private Industries. The Centre consists of five independent Institutes focusing on different scientific fields.
The National Transport Authority is a statutory non-commercial body, which operates under the aegis of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. The Authority’s functions in respect of infrastructure and the integration of transport and land use planning in the Greater Dublin Area, reflecting the particular public transport and traffic management needs.
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, as public higher education institution, has the mission to serve the society at the local, regional and global level, through the progress and dissemination of knowledge and understanding between cultures, societies and people, by way of a teaching and research of excellence and of a provision of services based on a strong sense of community.
The Szewalski Institute of Fluid Flow Machinery within the Polish Academy of Sciences was established as a European Centre of Excellence in clean and safe technologies in power engineering and as a leader of the largest projects in Poland in the field of renewable energy sources. With more than 200 employees, the Institute combines fundamental research and applied work on energy conversion in flows. The IMP-PAM’s new area of focus is on small-scale distributed power engineering based on renewable energy sources.
RCISD is an innovative SME, founded by scientists and R&D managers to carry out scientific research but also for participating in coordinating & support actions. It is particularly interested in contributing to the development and integration of support strategies and decision making practices in strategic international cooperation projects.
The SFL is l an innovator in energy and environmental technologies founded in 1988 by Hans Höllwart. Within three decades SFL evolved from a locksmith business to a sustainable industrial company.
Silwi Autoehituse AS constructs special vehicles from Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Vito utility vehicles according to clients’ wishes – from ambulances to luxury buses. All reconstruction works conform to the strict regulations stated by the vehicle manufacturer and valid in the European Union.
The Municipal Enterprise “Susisiekimo paslaugos“ (Transport services) is responsible for the organization of overall public transport in the City of Vilnius, the management of local tolls and parking, and the administration, maintenance and operation of the centralized traffic management system.
SIVECO Romania is the leading software house and one of the most successful regional leaders in eLearning, eHealth, eAgriculture, eCustoms, eGovernment and eBusiness from Central and Eastern Europe. The company develops and exports software products and high value added consultancy projects to countries within the European Community, The Middle East, North Africa and the CIS area.
STUBA - Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava is the largest university of technology in Slovakia. It focuses on classical technical fields of study, economic and natural sciences, agricultural and forestry fields of study, as well as creative arts.
The Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), the only technological university in Estonia, is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology education. Here the synergy between different fields (technological, natural, exact, economic and health sciences) is created and new ideas are born. TalTech is to become one of the leading technological universities in the Baltic Sea region.
The portuguese company TORBEL has expertise in energy production from bio-waste. It is a manufacturing and engineering company with 37 years of existence and more than 1,000 installations working worldwide, including research in several combustion and gasification technologies. The Human Resources trainee program and the cooperation with Universities offer excellent carrier development opportunities and attractive working conditions.
TU Sofia is the largest educational and scientific complex in Bulgaria in the field of technical and applied science. It supported the establishment of most of the higher technical colleges in the country and sets the educational standards and national priorities for the development of engineering education and science.
TUHH - Hamburg University of Technology founded in 1978, it is Germany’s youngest university of technology. The TUHH offers first-class teaching and excellent research at a high international level and provides intensive science and technology transfer in the field of engineering sciences.
The University College Cork in Ireland was founded in 1845 as one of three Queen’s Colleges located in Belfast, Cork, and Galway. It became University College Cork (UCC) under the Irish Universities Act of 1908. UCC is an internationally competitive, research-led university that plays a key role in the development of Ireland's knowledge-based economy. It has about 20.000 fulltime students and 2.000 part-time students, representing more than 100 countries worldwide. It offers over 120 degrees and professional programs.
From its origins, the University of Liège was closely associated with regional development and national prosperity, that of Belgium from 1830. This characteristic remains today, with ULiège playing an essential role in the development of human skills as well as through its scientific, cultural, and economic projects.
The University of Ljubljana is the central and largest educational institution in Slovenia. The university is renowned for its high quality social, natural sciences and technical study programmes. UL cooperates with industry partners in all its 7 Competence centres of Excellence, as well as with state organisations, local communities, and civil society. The University is very active in international research and education programmes and up to 2013 it has been cooperating in 421 EU projects. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering at UL is specialised in renewable energy implementation. The Laboratory for Energy Policy (LEST) develops research and education actions under the patronage of the Electrical Engineering Faculty, mainly on issues related to power systems planning, forecasting the availability of renewable energy sources, operation and control, and energy policy and electricity markets regulation.
The University of Porto combines high quality education focused on individual vocations and talents as well as market needs with the claim to being the greatest birthplace of science in Portugal. It is committed to converting into social assets the talent and innovation from its 14 faculties, one business school and over 50 research centres.
With 15 000 students, a rich and multidisciplinary training offer and 19 research labs recognized at the international level, the Savoie Mont Blanc University (Chambéry) is a human-sized establishment that combines proximity with its territories and a wide openness to Europe and the world.
As a design and strategy consultancy, Urban Standards (URBS) develops strategies and business models in the transformative field of urban mobility and urban logistics. URBS brings together urban stakeholders, reduces planning and operating risks and thus creates added value for users, cities, real estate developers, and mobility providers.
Warsaw University of Technology has been producing generations of graduates and has had an increasing number of scientific and technical achievements since it started on 1915. In the ranking of Polish universities, it has taken the first place in its category for nine years with over 180 student research groups, organisations and associations active, and more than 30 fields of study.
Wood K Plus Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbH is a partnership of different companies and researchers in the areas of wood composites and chemistry. Wood K plus develops and optimises engineering processes that provide the basis for a new generation of innovative products, based on wood and related natural substances, acting as a customer-oriented partner.