Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster (LE2C)
Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster (LE2C) will enhance promotion of bioeconomy,circular economy and production of biomass, biogas and biofuef from sludge and organic waste enhancing inter regional value chain links with clusters and contributing to develop inter regional biobased strategy in Alpine Regions.
Support on dissemination and exploitation of project results and Pilot Actions on a trasnational level exploiting LE2C trasnational network (ICN ..).
Autonomous Province of Trento
The Autonomous Province of Trento is the institutional body in charge for the definition/ implementation of the S3. One of the regional Priority Area is "Energy and Environment", therefore the issues investigated in the proposal and the actions proposed are of extreme interest.
The Province as policy maker, will contribute to the policy dialogue to foster and sustain a common framework condition in AS and will be mainly involved in the definition of a roadmap to a sustainable bio-based economy value chains.
Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies
The Ministry is interested in assessing the possibility to build new value chain based on forest biomass or agriculture waste. To check if the model proposed by Interred project can be expanded at national level.
Ministry will participate to the meetings and to some pilot actions. It will check the efficiency of the proposed models also according to the rules of the national and regional policies. It will support dissemination of the best practices at national level.
Lombardy Region – Directorate General University, Research and Open Innovation
The topic tackled by AlpLinkBioEco project is in line with Lombardy Region policies related to Research and Innovation and with Lombardy ERDF ROP 2014-2020.
Lombardy Region will engage with the stakeholders group and welcome opportunities for exchanging experiences with other institutions within the Alpine Space area.
Fischerwerke GmbH & Co. KG
The observer will advice marketing and production issues of biobased plastics
Lombardy High Tech Agrofood Cluster
The cluster aims to develop bioeconomy in the agri-food sector, by integrating research and innovation, interdisciplinary and transversal approach. Thus the Project objective to develop a cross-regional bio-based economic strategy is of paramount interest.
Project results will strengthen cluster policy instruments to steer regional economy towards a circular model, supporting knowledge/experiences exchange, involving cluster members, policy makers and stakeholders, promoting an holistic bioeconomy approach.
This project is very interesting for the Region as the actions planned meet some of the strategic policies such as circular economy, and the development of transregional new VCs in fields that are very important for our territory (e.g. wood, agri.).
The Region Bourgogne-Franche-Comté will benefit from knowledge, new opportunities to develop transregional approach of its own strategies and innovative tools to build new important networks.
Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection
StMUV wants a sustainable bioeconomy producing advantages for the environment and a change to bio-based economy that uses renewable ressources and recycles used products. Cross-border activities of AlpLinkBioEco could be of great help for the Alps.
StMUV has experts in different aspects of environmental legislation. They share responsibilities for part of the northern Alpine region. Results of AlpLinkBioEco could clarify the need to adapt legal rules to the ongoing development of bioeconomy.