Interreg Flanders –Netherlands
Interreg Flanders-Netherlands subsidises cross-border projects for smart, green and inclusive growth. It is financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). To tackle problems in the border regions and to stimulate cross-border cooperation within Europe, the European Union created the Interreg programme.
Ministry of Economic Affairs
The Ministry of Economic Affairs stands for a sustainable, enterprising Netherlands. They are dedicated to creating an excellent climate for entrepreneurs and a strong international competitive position. Through creating the right pre-limiting conditions and through providing entrepreneurs with the space to innovate and grow.
Ministry of North Rhine-Westphalia
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Province of Limburg (Belgium)
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Province of Limburg (the Netherlands)
As a Dutch province and as a European region, Limburg has a unique profile. The socio-economic developments that have unfolded here in the past decades also triggered a process of change and innovation. Through this, Limburg has managed to transform the disadvantages of a peripheral location in a national scope into the advantages of a favourable position in its European environment.
Province of Noord-Brabant
The province of Noord-Brabant is the link between the municipalities and national government and is consequently also called middle administration. In brief terms, it performs the tasks that are too extensive for municipalities and too small for national government. The provincial core tasks are aimed at space, economics, environment, mobility and culture.
Province of Flemish Brabant
The province of Flemish Brabant focuses on bonds with regions that complement and reinforce Flemish Brabant’s assets. They are knowledge regions that, just like Flemish Brabant, are vanguards in the health sector and life sciences and in the areas of ICT, smart logistics or clean tech. Flemish Brabant has worked closely with Noord-Brabant and with the TTR-ELAt region for many years (the triangle Eindhoven-Louvain-Aachen and the surrounding regions in the Netherlands, Germany, Wallonia and Flanders).
Joining forces in research into the latest generation of solar cells. Solliance was established with this purpose in 2010. The research organisation is a collaboration between ECN, TNO, Holst Centre, imec and Forschungszentrum Jülich. Together with the universities of Eindhoven, Hasselt and Delft, the research institutes can play a meaningful role in the worldwide research into the solar technology of the future. The Solliance site has about 2000 square metres of manufacturing space. The test setups for the manufacture of thin film PV modules are accommodated here. Science and industry work together to improve the manufacturing processes.
SEAC is a research centre focused on systems and applications for solar energy. The Solar Energy Application Centre (SEAC) was established in 2012 by ECN, TNO and Holland Solar. SEAC has already gained a reputation as a leading Dutch party for applied research in the field of solar energy. SEAC actively promotes collaboration between Dutch companies and institutes in this area.
EnergyVille is a cooperation between the Flemish research partners KU Leuven, VITO, imec and UHasselt for research into sustainable energy and intelligent energy systems. Their researchers supply industry and governments with expertise in the area of intelligent energy systems for a sustainable urban environment, such as smart grids and advanced heating grids. EnergyVille gathers research, development, training and industrial innovation together under a single name, in close collaboration with local, regional and international partners.
- Eternit BV
- HyEt Solar BV
- SGS Intron BV
- Weijland Technologies BV
- Sanko Solar BV
- Glas Ceyssens NV
- Reynaers Aluminium NB
- Flexipol Composites BV
- SCX Solar BV
- Studio Solarix
- Cube Architecten
- Eigenenergie.Net BV
- TGM Holding BV
- Best Architecten BV (NBA Architecten)