Islands are an ideal research ground for those willing to test out energy grid improvement solutions. Local communities usually favour renewable energy and face a wide range of challenges. The EU-funded SMILE project has been testing various combinations of new technologies to take these challenges on, for the benefit of island communities.
The steel industry is one of the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitters. To change this, the EU and industry-funded H2Future project is showing how a steel production plant can operate using green hydrogen made from renewable electricity. Once finalised, this new technology could play a key role in helping Europe meet its goal of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.
The list of innovations brought about by the EU-funded SEAFOODTOMORROW project is impressive
In Europe, women remain grossly under-represented in research and innovation. The EU-funded GEECCO
Additive Manufacturing creates cost-effective, complex parts for many industries. However, many
Humanity is realising that the state of our oceans has a direct impact on our wellbeing. To identify