Who we are
The Interreg MED Green Growth Community
The partners of the Interreg MED Green Growth Community are University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic - UCC) as the leading partner, together with Fondazione Ecosistemi, the University Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics (CUEIM), Dynamic Vision and the Regional Council of Durres. The consortium counts with four associated partners, which are Capenergies, the Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES), CIHEAM - Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICH) and the Slovenian Tool and Die Development Center (TECOS).
Interreg MED Green Growth Community partners
CT BETA, University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic - UCC) Vic (Barcelona), Spain
Fondazione Ecosistemi Rome, Italy
University Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics (CUEIM) Rome, Italy
Dynamic Vision Athens, Greece
Regional Council of Durres Durres, Albania
Interreg MED Green Growth Community ASSOCIATED PARTNERS
CAPENERGIES Aix-en-Provence, France
Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES) Attica, Greece
CRES role will be mainly related to express its vision and policy strategy as well as to contribute to the diffusion of awareness on green growth in an EU level. In particular its involvement will consist of: networking, providing knowledge & expertise; participating actively in conferences & transnational events; fostering discussions/debates with inputs or observations; supplying any national documentation, that might be useful to the project and providing suggestions about transferring results beyond MED.
CIHEAM - Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICH) Chania (Crete), Greece
CIHEAM-MAICH, a member of the International Centre of Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies, focuses on developing scientific cooperation through the provision of education & implementation of quality research at local/national/international level. A strategic scope is the dissemination of knowledge, know-how and innovation in fields such as business economics & management, applied biological, technological & environmental sciences.
Slovenian Tool and Die Development Center (TECOS) Celje, Slovenia
As one of the key stakeholders of the East Slovenian region's initiative Innovative Open Technologies, TECOS promotes green growth & innovation capacities and assists network support between traditional sectors & creative industries. As policy recommender TECOS contributes in fostering territorial innovation capacity, especially for SMEs, promotes business investments in R&I and facilitates knowledge transfer between enterprises, R&D centres & higher education sector. Sustaining clusters' development & cooperation at regional/national/transnational level is a strong competence of TECOS.