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SNETP strengthening to consolidate collaboration within and beyond the nuclear sector

Project description

The Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform: boosting innovation and collaboration

The Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNETP) was established in 2007 as a research, development and innovation platform to support the safe, reliable and efficient operation of Generation II, III and IV civil nuclear systems. Since 2019, it has been operating as a non-profit organisation to develop research and innovation agendas and roadmaps for action at the EU and national levels. SNETP is recognised as a European Technology and Innovation Platform (ETIP) by the European Commission. The EU-funded SNETPFORWARD project will strengthen SNETP’s position in the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan and among European ETIPs, boost its innovation capacity and enhance its interaction with European and international entities.


SNETP is an European technology platform, founded in 2007 as a stakeholder forum recognised by the European commission to act as a key actor in driving innovation, knowledge transfer and European competitiveness. Its main role is develop research and innovation agendas and roadmaps for action at EU and national level to be supported by both private and public funding. It mobilises various stakeholders to deliver on agreed priorities and share information across the EU. SNETPs is focused on nuclear fission technologies, but it also fosters networking opportunities and international cooperation in order to address cross-sectorial challenges.
SNETP has a mature structure reflecting these three strategic themes in its three pillars: NUGENIA, ESNII and NC2I which have well-established programs and governance (thanks to dedicated EC funded projects) for succeeding in their missions:
The aim of SNETP-FORWARD project is to help the association consolidating its structure, strengthening it’s position in the Set-plan and among the European ETIPs, enhancing it’s ability to interact with the European and International associations and organisation and last but not least to be engaged in the innovation world by boosting the innovation capacities of its members.



Net EU contribution
€ 146 562,00
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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 146 563,00

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