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Monday, 26 January 2015

1. China takes over lead from Europe in 2013 photovoltaic installations - 26 Jan 2015

A booming photovoltaic market in Asia has propelled China to a global leader in photovoltaic energy installations in 2013, according to the latest edition of the JRC’s PV Status Report. [read more]

2. EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015 - 15-19 June 2015, Brussels, Belgium

Take part in shaping Europe’s sustainable energy future: This year's EU Sustainable Energy Week will take place from 15 to 19 June 2015, bringing together public authorities, energy agencies, research organisations, NGOs, businesses, and private consumers to share best practices and inspire ideas on secure, clean and efficient energy. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved, for example, by: • Competing for the Sustainable Energy Europe Awards. • Organising an event as part of the Sustainable Energy Days throughout the month of June. • Participating in the Conference in Brussels. The Sustainable Energy Europe Awards are officially open. [read more]

3. F4E contractors unveil ITER’s business potential

Find out how companies and laboratories thrive by being involved in the biggest international energy project! [read more]

4. Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) - Bridging business and research - 18 February 2015, Birmingham, UK

Companies do not necessarily have the facilities, financial resources or human capital to run their research projects as they would like to. What can the EU do to help? Registration needed. [read more]

5. Research Headlines - Personalised travel advice from your pocket

While many of us are used to checking transport schedules on our smartphones, the i-TOUR app, created by EU-funded researchers, goes much further. It advises which form of transport is most appropriate to get from A to B in large urban areas wherever you are in Europe, and takes into account personal preferences, weather and changing circumstances. The i-TOUR team is currently discussing how to take the idea to the market. [read more]

Friday, 23 January 2015

6. CORDIS Express: Privacy and security in a digital age

This week’s CORDIS Express takes a look at the research projects currently addressing privacy and security issues, as well as related news and events. [read more]

7. Early warning systems to boost security for Critical Infrastructures

Early warning systems that extend the ‘security zone’ can help our vital infrastructure to become more secure against intruders. [read more]

8. Latvian EU presidency research priorities

Published on: 23-January-2015 Latvia for the first time is assuming the presidency of the EU Council from 1 January to 30 June 2015 (...) [read more]

Source: EUREKA News

9. Press Centre - €130m of loans for Danish SMEs under H2020 InnovFin Guarantee

Danish SMEs will get easier access to risk capital for financing innovation activities thanks to the roll-out of a new EU-backed loan guarantee facility in Denmark. A deal signed today between Vaekstfonden, a Danish State Investment Fund, and the European Investment Fund (EIF) will allow Vaekstfonden to enter into new loan agreements with innovative SMEs for an amount up to DKK 1 billion (over €130 million). [read more]

10. Research Headlines - Printable cables could spell green energy boost

Superconductors can provide a greener way to transport energy but are expensive to make and maintain. An EU-funded project has developed a way to 'print' the superconducting tapes that form power cables, reducing costs and opening the way to their wider use by industry. [read more]

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