The Economy- and Enterprise-development Centre of University of Szeged invited the clusters of Csongrád county for the first time for a round table conversation.
On 6 October 2015, Ede Bálint and Ciprian Morcan representing the Transilvanian Furniture Cluster has visited ArchEnerg Cluster. The aim of the meeting was to explore and shape possible cooperations, and also to exchange international experience regarding clusters.
The Banat-Triplex Confinium EGTC is a regional cooperation aggreagtion for the fortification of economic and social cohesion at the Hungarian-Romanian-Serbian triple border area. On 17 June 2009, on Mórahalom 50 mayors of the triple border area has decided to create a European Grouping for Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) called „Banat – Triplex Confinium” with Mórahalom headquarters.
On 23 September 2015, Péter Nyári, managing director of american hemp-product manufacturing company, Hemptique visited our cluster. The aim of the meeting was to form possible cooperations, because projects with hemp-based building materials are also present in our cluster’s portfolio.
Central-Europe Cross-border Initiatives Assistant Office and it’s project partners hold a cross-border energetics cooperation professional event on 15 September, in Mórahalom.
Canadian Relations Vice-president of our cluster, Tony Kez – also the Vice-president of Hungarian - Canadian Chamber of Commerce – held professional presentation about „Hungary and the globalisation” on 2015.09.08., at the University of Szeged Faculty of Economics and Business Administration to master’s students. Tony mentioned the cooperational possibilities related to Canadian enterprise development and Canadian - Hungarian enterprises.
This year the beginning of September is not only an important starting point for anxious students returning to school or beginning university. It is also an important turning point for ArchEnerg Cluster. Years of hard work and months of dedicated preparation could finally pay off – the reward is around the corner. It is worth noting we’ve been aiming for Gold, namely the European Cluster Excellence Initiative (ECEI) Gold Label accreditation. Our chance is here with this week’s audit and what an achievement it would be to get it - we would be the first in Hungary with such a title! Successful Gold accreditation would imply additional funding opportunities in the future reserved exclusively for this elite club, opportunities to grow as a network and develop our renewable energy sector towards a more prosperous tomorrow.
We wish for the best and will keep our readers posted!
The ArchEnerg Cluster attended a meeting with Jedlik Ányos Cluster, and the meeting resulted in a signed cooperation agreement. The goal of the cooperation is to improve the environmentally friendly traffic, to promote the use of non-conventional fueled vehicles.
On July 24th Váradi Metal Ltd. held a project closing ceremony in Dunaföldvár in honor of their market hall extension and renovation. From ArchEnerg, managing director András Gonda managed to attend with Canadian intern Tamás Turóczi.
The passive house concept is a German certification system for energy- efficient buildings used in many countries of the world. It is defined as:
a building in which maintaining comfortable temperatures (ISO 7730) can be solved by exclusively only after heating or cooling the moved air mass needed for keeping the air fresh (DIN 1946) without additional air recirculation.
It could be the name of an innovative solutions methodogy called „Challenge Statements”, created by the german „Gold” labelled Chemie Cluster, which ArchEnerg Cluster will get to know soon. The initiative started in the course of our cooperation with the Chemie Cluster in June 2015.