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RES Generation-From Infrastructure to Sustainable Energy and Reduction of CO2 Emissions (RESGen)
Start date: May 1, 2009, End date: Jul 31, 2012 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The overall objective of RESGen project is to create realistic grounds and practical tools for developing regional energy self sufficiency, and potential innovative regional research-driven clusters across the EU. This objective will be achieved through a Workplan consisting of six WP's, being WP1 project management and coordination. WP2 will intend to boost and increase the understanding of the regional sustainable energy concept as well as to identify, assess and compare regional capacities and capabilities or research driven clusters to generate sustainable energy and related economic development. WP3 will produce Road Maps and Vision 2010-2020 for the regions involved. WP4 will lead to the definition of Joint Action Plan for further collaboration. In WP5 Mentoring activities will be implemented concentrating on mutual learning and exchange of knowledge. WP6 will be devoted to Communication and Dissemination. RESGen will have a strong and clear focus on external communication and dissemination right form the beginning. The RESGen consortium brings together nine partners, from four different EU regions and countries. Each region is represented with businesses, academic/research institutions and local/regional government body. Partners from Finland are Regional Council of Ostrobothnia, University of Vaasa - Vaasa Energy Institute, Oy Merinova Ab. Partners from Spain are Fundación Labein, Ente Vasco de la Energía and Cluster de Energía del País Vasco. Partners from Hungary are North-Hungarian Regional Innovation Agency and Károly Róbert College and from the UK Cornwall County Council.
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