CIP Eco-Innovation Information Day 30 April 2013, Bristol UK

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Enterprise Europe Network SW

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 from 10:00 to 15:00 (BST)

Bristol, United Kingdom

The Eco-innovation initiative is about reducing our environmental impact and making better use of resources. This means developing products, services and processes that protect the environment, reduce CO2 emissions, use resources efficiently, promote recycling and so on. There are five main strands to this initiative:

  • Materials recycling and recycling processes;
  • Sustainable building products;
  • Food and drink sector;
  • Water efficiency, treatment and distribution;
  • Greening business.

The best Eco-innovation projects are those that can be replicated across the EU. The initiative does not fund R&D projects. Instead, it aims to bridge the gap between R&D and commercialisation – the ideas must be developed, feasible and also viable in the long-term to qualify for funding.

Applying for Eco-Innovation funding is a competitive process, and only the best project proposals will be selected for funding. This Information Day will give you essential information and advice on how to develop a good project proposal and apply successfully. It also offers the chance to find out about finding project partners from across Europe,  and hear about a successful Eco-innovation project.

Agenda:

10.00 – Registration and coffee

10.30 – Welcome and introduction

  • Philippa Shelton, Senior Research Development Manager, UWE
  • Ewa Bloch, UK National Contact Point for Eco-Innovation, Technology Strategy Board

10.40 – Eco-Innovation Programme 2013 

  • Overall scope
  • Funding themes
  • Award criteria
  • (EACI Representative tbc)

11.10 – Support for UK applicants

  • Ewa Bloch, UK National Contact Point for Eco-Innovation
  • Layla Burrows, Enterprise Europe Network

11.30 – UK Case Study

  • Dr. Mike Lawrence, University of Bath, BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials, HEMPSEC project

12.00 – Lunch and networking

12.30 – Application Workshop

  • What is a successful Eco-innovation project
  • Budgets and costs
  • Application procedure
  • Useful tips and hints
  • Q&A
  • Ewa Bloch, UK National Contact Point for Eco-innovation

13.15 – 1-2-1 sessions

  • Individual project discussions (15 min each)
  • Ewa Bloch, UK National Contact Point for Eco-Innovation
  • EACI representative (tbc)

15.00 – Close

Find out more and book a place here.

University of the West of England
Faculty of Environment & Technology
R Block
BS16 1QY Bristol
United Kingdom

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