We are happy to announce that over the last three months, ERRIN has submitted nine new project proposals that cover all its thematic clusters.
Please find below a short resume of each of the projects related to our Low Carbon and ICT Clusters.
Low Carbon Cluster
H2020 LC-MG-1-12-2020: RECIPROCITY will support Europe’s efforts to transform cities into climate-resilient, connected multimodal nodes for smart and clean mobility. The project will bring together government, researchers, industry and civil society to accelerate the process of scaling up and replicating tested innovative mobility concepts in urban, peri-urban and rural areas. Both freight and passenger mobility solutions will be taken into account throughout the project. We collected more than 10 Letters of Support from our members who will be involved in the project activities.
H2020 SwafS-14-2018-2019-2020: The RIPEET project will support Responsible, Research and Innovation (RRI) policy experimentations for the energy transition in three European territories. ERRIN will coordinate the implementation of a peer-learning scheme that will enable mutual learning, mentoring and inspiration, disseminating the results and lessons learned from the experiments to other territorial ecosystems. This will be done through the involvement of ERRIN’s Energy & Climate change Working Group’s activities and members.
H2020 H2020-SwafS-31-2020: The MOSAIC project focuses on addressing a key challenge in SwafS: the lack of concrete and effective co-creation in public-private initiatives, by proving Quadruple-Helix engagement as an opportunity for innovation ecosystems. ERRIN will set up a Community of Practice with quadruple-helix stakeholders of the MOSAIC cities, where several project outcomes will be shared and discussed.
Low Carbon/ICT Clusters
H2020 DT-GOVERNANCE-22-2020: CICERA aims to support public actors in establishing user-centric digital public services and building a community of highly engaged actors (public authorities hand-in-hand with ICT companies and civil society) at a national, regional and local level. This will allow the development of a pan-European community that will be mobilised in the development and implementation of user-centricity strategies. ERRIN will lead the building and monitoring of the community of local and regional authorities interested in mutual learning and best practice exchange.
ESPON: The main objective of the CIVITTA project is to build on the existing knowledge and provide recent and relevant insights on how digital innovation is and can be harnessed in the transformation of governance and public service provision in cities across Europe. The expected outcomes will be the generation of public value, the increase of openness, citizen participation and common ownership, as well as bringing economic and social benefits of this transformation to all local communities.
ERRIN has been involved in excellent consortia, and we keep working on new proposals.
We are sure that all these projects would bring significant added value to our Working Groups and members.
We take the opportunity to thank all the members who participated as partners in these project proposals or sent letters of support.
In the case of funding, for some project, we will publish a noticeboard with further details and a call for interest for our members.
If you want to know more about these project proposals, don’t hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you still haven’t read about ERRIN’s new project process have a look here.