A clean sweep for tech growth in Denmark

A clean sweep for tech growth in Denmark
Description

Researchers, businesses and public bodies in Denmark develop a world-leading clean technology cluster of businesses for smart, sustainable innovation.

Results

Can you have a thriving economy that is also green? In Denmark’s Capital and Zealand Regions it’s already happening – with smart, green technologies (cleantech) at its core. “Cleantech” describes products or services that improve business performance or efficiency while reducing pollution, costs, inputs and waste. With the help of EUR 9 738 500 from the European Regional Development Fund, the Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster project created networks of companies and research institutes to spark ideas for new cleantech products and services and develop them into viable businesses.

Programme name
Cohesion for growth and employment
EC’s priorities
Jobs, Growth and Investment
EU contribution
€9 738 500
Project location
Denmark
Time frame
2009 to 2014

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