Normandy Region

The Normandy regional office in Brussels represents the Regional Council of Normandy, which is in charge of supporting economic development, research and innovation on its territory. As such, the Regional Council of Normandy is also the managing authority for ERDF and part of ESF, EAFRD and EMFF. In the field of R&I, the current priorities are (green) hydrogen, marine renewable energies, health, sustainable and smart mobility, defence, bioeconomy and materials.

Contact detail

  • Contact person

    Zoé Buyle-Bodin

  • Brussels Office Address

    rue Montoyer 10
    1000 Brussels
    Belgium

Strategic R&I Projects

EAS-HyMob

The Hydrogen Mobility Programme in Normandy is supported by CEF and aims at developing a network of H2 refuelling stations on the whole regional territory along with the deployment of 250 fuel cell cars. EAS-HyMob was the first H2 deployment project supported by CEF in France.

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Latest Updates

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

"Leave no one behind us- Human rights education and activism against marginalization"

The International Institute for Human Rights and Peace (Institut international des droits de l'Homme et de la paix), located in Caen (Normandy, France), is looking for 5 more partners for an Erasmus+ KA1 project proposal entitlted "Leave no one behind us- Human rights education and activism against marginalization". “Leave no one behind - Human rights education and activism against marginalization

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

S3 European Hydrogen Valleys Partnership webinar

S3 European Hydrogen Valleys Partnership is organising an open webinar for ERRIN members, as a part of its plenary meeting.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek Jetha

URBACT - Action planning network - climate mitigation

Context Cities cannot act on their own in the fight against climate change. Local actors (SMEs, NGOs, citizens, etc.), are in fact responsible for most CO2 emissions and energy consumption must therefore be engaged. Their commitment to take innovative and ambitious actions encompassing all sectors is indeed quintessential to achieving a low carbon society.