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ClimateLaunchpad: The Green Business Ideas Competition


  • Energía
  • Smart Cities

Does your region have great entrepreneurs with green business ideas just waiting to be realized?

ClimateLaunchpad, the world’s largest green business idea competition, is once again open and is looking for European entrepreneurial companies to submit an idea or innovation that can make positive environmental impact.

With the mission of unlocking Europe’s cleantech potential, the competition is open for proposals in renewable energy, sustainable transition in the food chain, a shift in urban mobility or any other way to tackle climate change.

If a proposal from your region gets selected to join the ClimateLaunchpad, the entrepreneur will not only receive coaching session and help to develop the idea to its full potential, but top-10 competitors will also get direct access to the Climate-KIC Accelerator, as well as prize money to further develop their idea.

2017ko Akitania-Berria Euskadi Nafarroa proiektu-deialdia


  • Cultura
  • Economía Circular
  • Educación
  • Empleo y asuntos sociales
  • Empresa e investigación
  • Energía
  • Justicia
  • Medio ambiente, agricultura y desarrollo rural
  • Salud
  • Smart Cities
  • Transporte
  • Turismo
  • Urbanismo

Honako hauek dira GECTaren xede nagusiak:


-Lankidetzan jardutea modu global eta zeharkakoan

-Ikuspegi europarra izango duen lurralde-lankidetza bat sortzea

-Bi eskualdeen egoera sendotzea Europan

Zehazki, Europako funtsak jaso eta kudetu ahal izango ditu GECTak eta, hala badagokio, esparru horretako proiektuen jabetza bere gain hartu. Finantziazio europarra bilatzea sustatu beharko du etengabe euroeskualdeko eragileen eskuetan dauden proiektuen mesedetan.

El uso de energías renovables en el UE sigue en aumento hasta casi el 17% en 2015


  • Energía
  • Medio ambiente, agricultura y desarrollo rural

Al menos 11 Estados miembro han alcanzado los objetivos del 2020

In 2015, the share of energy from renewable sources in gross final consumption of energy reached 16.7% in the European Union (EU), nearly double 2004 (8.5%), the first year for which the data are available. The share of renewables in gross final consumption of energy is one of the headline indicators of the Europe 2020 strategy. The target to be reached by 2020 for the EU is a share of 20% energy from renewable sources in gross final consumption of energy. However, renewables will continue to play a key role in helping the EU meet its energy needs beyond 2020. For this reason, Member States have already agreed on a new EU renewable energy target of at least 27% by 2030.