Mission Innovation | Clean Energy Materials Innovation Challenge: an European Meeting

This European meeting will bring together experts from around the world to identify critical research and development (R&D) priorities and gaps in clean energy materials innovation processes and explore opportunities for deeper collaboration. In particular the aim of this meeting is to present the actions at European level to turn the goals of the Materials Challenge.
Quando 25/10/2018
dalle 09:00 alle 17:00
Dove Rome (Italy)
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Mission Innovation (MI) is a global initiative launched by 20 heads of state in Paris in November 2015. MI’s goal is to accelerate public and private energy innovation to address global energy challenges, make clean energy affordable to consumers, and create jobs and commercial opportunities in the energy sector. Together, the 20 founding partner countries represent 75 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from electricity and over 80 percent of the world’s clean energy research and development (R&D) investment. Over the past year, MI added four new members: the European Union, Finland, the Netherlands, and Austria.

This meeting is part of MI’s Clean Energy Materials Innovation Challenge, which is one of eight Innovation Challenges — technology areas where MI countries believe increased international attention and investments would significantly accelerate the global transition to low-carbon economies.



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