Several organisations representing European cities have recently taken the initiative to find a common ‘European way’ for the digital transformation ensuring data and technological sovereignty in the European Union. The European Commission and the Committee of the Regions support the initiative.
Today the 100th signature of the Manifesto launched by the recently created European Working Group of Innovation Consultants – EWGIC has been reached. Back on 24 September 2019, a group of 15 innovation consultants from across Europe met as the R&I days in Brussels were kicking off, the purpose of this first meeting was to exchange on common needs from the professionals of the sector.
Around 150 people participated in the workshops organized by ROMEO in the frame of the Wind Europe Offshore 2019 event in Copenhagen held between the 26th and 28th of November.
At only half way of its life-cycle, the project (2017-2022) - supported by the Horizon2020 programme of the European Commission, has already made significant advances in data modelling and processing and in the establishment of architectures for the condition based maintenance for offshore wind farms.
The partners of the European initiative, focused on the development of an innovative renovation ecosystem for Near Zero Energy Building (NZEB), organised a participatory workshop with local communities at the demo site of Martellago (Italy), advancing participatory and public acceptance processes.