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Innovation: BIOLCA - A Tool For The Evaluation And Improvement Of The Sustainability In The Transport Sector

Last update: 08.11.2013
Pre-Demo
The tool, based on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) methodology, will enable the assessment of environmental, social and economic impacts throughout the whole life cycle. BIOLCA will be a powerful tool for decision making that will contribute to the improvement of the sustainability in the Transport and Biofuels sectors, since [...]

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Innovation: Coordination Of European Transnational Research In Organic Food And Farming Systems

Last update: 02.10.2013
Ready to use
Three calls were published and projects selected and initiated. Fourteen projects initiated, hereoff one project funded by a real common pot. The call after COII has been prepared in terms of discussing thematic research areas and selection of the areas of highest priority for the partners. The challenge to secure [...]

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Innovation: Efficient Managers for Efficient Natura 2000 Network

Last update: 03.08.2013
Pre-Demo
Expected results for Component I (Territorial planning with biodiversity concerns incorporated through active involvement of key economic sectors): • Information is available about the level of knowledge and acceptance of the 4 target groups (agriculture, forestry, water and game management); data are from the evaluation of at least 120 questionnaires [...]

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Innovation: NEED4B - New Energy Efficient Demonstration For Buildings

Last update: 16.07.2013
Demo
The overall objective of the project is to develop a new replicable methodological approach for designing, constructing and operating very low energy new buildings. This methodology will be validated and enriched by the experience gathered in several demonstration buildings to be constructed in 5 European countries. The variety of typologies [...]

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Innovation: Solutions for an integral treatment of residues generated by plasma and LCD screens, and photovoltaic pannels

Last update: 10.07.2013
Demo
HTWT has developed the first industrial prototype using induction energy to treat the waste generated by plasma and LCDs screens and photovoltaic panels. First tests have given satisfactory results, since the the materials could be separated with a great level of consistency.

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