By Published On: 01/09/2023Categories: Project newsTags: , , ,

The highly anticipated Projects Forum is set to take place at the DoubleTree Hotel in Brussels on September 20, 2023. Registrations for the event have now closed as it has reached full capacity.

The primary aim of the Projects Forum is to spotlight and raise awareness about the ongoing Processes4Planet projects, totalling 27 between 2021 and 2022. This exclusive event will welcome ASPIRE members, external stakeholders, project teams, consortia members, and institutional stakeholders, including representatives from European and Member States Institutions.

One of the main objectives of the Projects Forum is to facilitate the creation and strengthening of synergies among projects. This collaborative approach seeks to maximize the impact of the P4Planet Partnership and contribute to its three key ambitions: circularity, neutrality, and competitiveness.

CIRCE, GEONARDO and EEIP will represent REDOL. The project objectives will be discussed during Panel 1: Circularity of Resources, but if you’d like to meet some of the people behind the project, you can also find us in the poster session area.

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13h Arrival and registration

13h40 Introduction, scope, and agenda (Location: Sycamore Ballroom 1, ground floor)

  • Sebastian Engell (Technical University Dortmund), A.SPIRE APG Chair
  • Àngels Orduña, A.SPIRE Executive Director

14h05 Thematic panel sessions (in parallel)

  • Panel 1: Circularity of Resources, facilitated by Christophe Pinck (Eydecluster), APG member (Location: Chestnut Room 1, first floor)
  • Panel 2: Electrification and energy efficiency, facilitated by Sebastian Engell (Technical University Dortmund), A.SPIRE APG Chair (Location: Sycamore Ballroom 1, ground floor)
  • Panel 3: Decarbonization, facilitated by Daniela Angione (InnoGlobal), A.SPIRE Ambassadors Group Chair (Location: Chestnut Room 2, first floor)

15h15 Coffee break (15 mins)
15h30 Panel 4: “Making it Happen”: How to accelerate the Progress To Large-Scale Deployment And Breakthrough Innovation?, facilitated by Dorota Pawlucka (Covestro), APG Vice-Chair (Location: Sycamore Ballroom 1, ground floor)

16h45 Conclusions of the thematic sessions (Location: Sycamore Ballroom 1, ground floor)

  • Sebastian Engell (Technical University Dortmund), A.SPIRE APG Chair

17h Poster session & networking cocktail (Location: Willow Room, ground floor)

18h End of event