Vision & Mission
The European Green Deal is a set of policy initiatives by the European Commission with the overarching aim of making Europe climate neutral in 2050. The European Green Deal is a roadmap for making the EU’s economy sustainable. This will happen by turning climate and environmental challenges into opportunities across all policy areas and making the transition just and inclusive for all.
The TREC network addresses and jointly implements the goal of the Green Deal: climate neutral in 2050.
The EU will also provide financial support and technical assistance to help people, businesses and regions that are most affected by the move towards the green economy. This is called the Just Transition Mechanism and will help mobilise at least €100 billion over the period 2021 – 2027 in the most affected regions.
TREC is an established and powerful network to provide powerful solutions and answers, the European Green Deal calls for: Connecting Green Economy Clusters and networks allover Central and South East Europe with common goals and visions for the future:
- Initialise innovative projects with European impact (Horizon Europe)
- Uniting and focusing expertise in the Green Economy
- Enabling cooperations between industry and R&D
- Initiation of new partnerships between interdisciplinary & interregional companies
- Development of long term partnerships for technology & knowledge transfer
Partner & Competences
- #Biogas & Fermentation
- #Biogenic Residuals & Waste Materials
- #Biorefineries & Biofuels
- #Circular Economy
- #Environmental Analytics
- #Hydrothermal Carbonization (HTC)
- #Nutrient Recycling
- #Renewable Energy
- #Resource Efficiency
- #Waste Streams
History & References
2016/2018 COSMENERG (I & II): Strategic cooperation of European Networks and Clusterexcellence
Partners: Netzwerk Energie & Umwelt e.V., Ecopanonia, IMP PAN
2016 – 2020: FIRECE: Interreg Central Europe: Strategies for regional low-carbon energy transition
Partners: Netzwerk Energie und Umwelt e.V., Fraunhofer IMW,
2020: ReCreate – Regional value creation by cross-border collaboration in the Bioeconomy
Partners: Fraunhofer IMW, Bioenergy for the Region Cluster– LODZ – Poland, Green Synergy Cluster – PLOVDIV – Bulgaria, Transylvania Renewable Energy Cluster – TREC – Romania, Centre of Technology and Competence for Organic Recycling Material –TKoR – Germany
2020: LignoLink – The green innovation ecosystem for cross sectorial value chains based on renewable carbon sources
Partners: DBFZ, Fraunhofer IMW, BioEconomy Cluster Slovakia, …
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We are open to new partners and look forward to your request.