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Do you have a project concerning innovation in energy technology (wind, solar and smart grids) that you think has been highly successful and that the world needs to know about? ETRERA 2020 is inviting organisations that have led such projects to enter them for the ETRERA 2020 competition.

ETRERA 2020 is organizing a call for projects to showcase the most innovative projects and is inviting all the organisations to present their innovation projects that they consider to have been particularly successful in three fields of renewable energies: wind, solar and smart grids. Why participate? The winners will be awarded the ETRERA_2020 PRIZE for the most innovative project in their category. ETRERA 2020 will also help to promote the winning organisations to potential investors for their new projects! The winners will be awarded a trip to Istanbul, Turkey, to receive the prize and present their project at the “Best practices” workshop. On top of that, the project will become a best practice of ETRERA 2020. The lessons learned that will emerge from the winners will be included in an “e-Handbook” that will be distributed to the research and industry sector active in renewable energy. Applying is a very easy procedure: the application form can be filled directly at and requires information that you normally should already have with you. Interested applications are invited to apply by 15 February 2014. This competition is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to showcase your project, enhance your visibility and have more chances to attract potential research and industry partners for your organisation. Any organisation established in a EU Member State or in Mediterranean Partner Country can participate. ETRERA_2020 is a EU-funded project aimed at facing the future energy needs in the Euro –Mediterranean area by reinforcing & creating a collaborative research/innovation network for supporting renewable energy sources technologies development and application.


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