Strengthening clusters Management Activities and Running Transnational actions for implementation of NZEB
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|Aim of the project:||SMART4NZEB aimed at boosting competitiveness and supporting the scaling-up of SMEs active in construction, energy efficiency and renewables sectors to boost nearly Zero Energy Buildings deployment in Central and Eastern Europe|
About the project
SMART4NZEB aimed at boosting competitiveness and supporting the scaling-up of 577 SMEs active in construction, energy efficiency and renewables sectors through strengthening capacity-building of 5 representative clusters as drivers of innovation in Central and Eastern Europe (Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia) and facilitating trans-national exchanges and strategic partnerships with a focus on sharing experience between different practices, skills gaps, policies, target goals and level of engagement related to nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB).
The main objective of SMART4NZEB was to create a sustainable collaboration, co-learning and capacity building between the involved partners - cluster managers and cluster members and relevant stakeholders representative for the nZEB market in the selected Central and East-European countries, with a view to develop the involved clusters management excellence and to support interregional partnerships to facilitate the development of competitive products and technological solutions intended for new and existing buildings, which will lead to market penetration of nearly zero energy buildings, related to their production, use and reuse. The objective was to drive clusters towards innovative and modern clusters being able to address cross-sectoral and cross border challanges.
As a part of the project, the following deliverables have been developed:
- D2.1 Benchmarking Analysis of the clusters' current situation
- D4.1 Clusters Development and innovation strategy
- Project brochure
- Project flyer
This project was co-funded by the European Union's COSME Programme.
This project was co-funded by the Polish Ministry of Education and Science