The updated European Industrial Strategy calls for the co-creation of pathways for the green and digital transition in partnership with industry, public authorities, social partners, and other stakeholders. Such pathways shall offer a better understanding of the scale, cost, long-term benefits and conditions of the required action to accompany the twin transition, leading to an actionable plan in favour of sustainable competitiveness.
In this context, the European Cluster Collaboration Platform, on behalf of the European Commission, DG GROW, organised the EU Clusters Talk “Cluster perspectives for a green and digital construction ecosystem” on 16 November 2022, 8:30 – 9:30 CET, to discuss the critical challenges for the twin transition in construction, the role of clusters to support the transition, and cluster projects and activities that can serve as examples of future involvement.
Speakers at this EU Clusters Talks included:
Carmen Devesa Fernández, Director for innovation and internationalisation, AEICE Cluster of Efficient Habitat
Jorge López Conde, Deployment Chief Manager for New European Bauhaus, European Clusters Alliance
Vladimir Gumilar, Director, Construction Cluster of Slovenia