The participants of the EU-financed COSME Programme took part in a two-day meeting in Novi Sad. ArchEnerg, BEEC, Ecopanonia, Green Energy and Energiemetropole Leipzig Clusters have been working in collaboration for nearly two years and they could enjoy the hospitality of the Serbian Ecopanonia Cluster this time.
The SCOBE project is a Windpower Training Initiative coordinated by Vea Qualitas of Zaragosa, Spain working in partnership with Accentuate- North-East [UK], AcrossLimits Ltd [Malta], ArchEnerg [Hungary], GMI Aero [France] and MAICH [Greece]. This programme has the acronym SCOBE [Systematizing Collaboration amongst Business and Educational institutions] and is funded for two years under the Erasmus Plus - Strategic Partnerships vocational education/training programme.
On 5 June, Vojvodina Metal Cluster (VMC) held a project opening event together with a press conference in Temerin, Serbia, in which our cluster participated.
The third workshop of COSMENERG project took place on 8 June 2018. in Szeged arranged for the members of Archenerg Cluster.
The second partner meeting of SCOBE project took place on 26 and 27 March 2018. in Naxxar, Malta arranged by Acrosslimits Ltd. The attendants were the representatives of the six consortium partners: the Spanish Vea Global., the French GMI AERO SAS, the Greek MAICH, the Maltese Acrosslimits, the English Accentuate and the Hungarian ArchEnerg.
The International Agricultural Fair of Novi Sad had taken place for the eighty-fifth times between 15 and 21 May.
Digital revolution appears with new inventions day by day offering such solutions that are capable to have a dramatic influence on our everyday life – all in the near future. But do these have any unwanted negative side effects?
In the context of the High Level Industrial Dialogue between the EU and Ukraine, Directorate General Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW) organised the EU-Ukraine Cluster Policy Learning and Matchmaking Event on March 27 and March 28 in Kyiv.
Our cluster representatives visited the University and Technology Centre of Mindener (Mindener Technologie Zentrum), between 27 and 28 March 2018, where the German engineer colleagues presented a number of energy efficient building complexes based on the latest trends and future cooperation opportunities were also discussed.