In General

The Virtual International Partnering & Knowledge Platform- Innovation in Environment & Energy & Circular Economy brings together companies and research organizations from across Europe and worldwide. This is a unique opportunity, organized in the framework of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) to generate new contacts for business, technical co-cooperation and R&D.

The platform was launched in spring 2020 and continues to operate till mid 2021 at least. It offers many opportunities to network with participants from all over the world in virtual meetings around a variety of topics such as : Waste and Recycling, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Circular Economy and Water and Water treatments.

Apart from B2B opportunities, the platform will offer on a regular basis activities such dedicated partnering days and webinars on a variety of topics and information on funding opportunities, such as the Green Deal Call and the Innovation Fund for small scale projects ,will be published on the website.

Participation is free of charge, the only requirement is to register and to create a profile with a marketplace opportunity description.

For more information on the platform and subscriptions visit the Innovation in Environment & Energy & Circular Economy website

For further questions or  help with registration please contact the EEB advisors:

Camille Lepinay

EEB advisor for Greentech and collaborative economy


Sabrina Bijlsma

EEB advisor for Energy

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