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Research & Innovation (R&I) stands as the cornerstone of progress, shaping a world that is not only sustainable, but grows in the face of climate and energy challenges. In this era of accelerating environmental transformation, R&I becomes the guiding light, illuminating the path towards a carbon-neutral future.

Within the framework of National Energy and Climate Action Plans (NECPs), EU countries are bolstering their commitment to this carbon-neutral future. The plans are the roadmap towards a cleaner, greener, and more prosperous Europe, and R&I is the engine that powers their success. It propels forward a new era of energy efficiency, renewable technologies, and environmental preservation, making these targets not just aspirational but genuinely attainable.

The consortium of the EU-funded project Mediterranean Island Cleantech Innovation Ecosystem (MICIE) invites you to participate in the discussion on boosting R&I to decarbonize the European islands, with a special emphasis on the islands of Cyprus and Malta.

The event will take place on November 28, 2023, from 8:30 to 14:00 CET, at the EIT House in Brussels.

Connect with a diverse network of researchers, entrepreneurs, small-medium enterprises, start-ups, innovators, policymakers, and citizens to collectively shape the future of European islands.

This event features keynote speakers from leading European organizations, sharing their experiences and ideas on how Cyprus and Malta can advance R&I efforts, setting a precedent for sustainable island development.

Who Should Attend:

  • Policymakers
  • Researchers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small-medium Enterprises
  • Start-ups
  • Innovators
  • Policymakers
  • Concerned Citizens

Click here to view the agenda. 

Secure your seat today, and let's rewrite the future of our islands, together! 

Register to get your free ticket (Complimentary networking lunch included):

*The event content will be recorded for your convenience and made accessible to both participants and the wider public following the event. You can find the recording on our project website and across our social media platforms.*