Innovation & Industry Archives

  • Innovation at the heart of the energy debate

    Promoted content | Sustainable Development 16-11-2015

    The European Union represents 28 countries and more than 500 million energy consumers. Within the EU, energy demand is growing by 1-2% per year. In ten years, we could be using 10% more energy, and in a generation we may have to import almost all of the oil and 80% of the gas we use, according to Eurobarometer.

  • Good governance in sport and betting

    Promoted content | Economy & Jobs 10-11-2015

    "Good governance in sport and betting" explores the relationship between sports and the regulated betting industry and their role in the fight against match-fixing and corruption in sport. It examines the different approaches implemented so far by a range of stakeholders, including the regulated betting industry, sport organizations, regulatory and law enforcement bodies, national and international policy institutions and player organizations to detect, deter and punish those that seek to manipulate sporting events for financial gain.

  • Invitation: Growth through online innovation

    Promoted content | Digital & Media 04-08-2015

    How can Europe bring back growth and take advantage of a digital revolution? How can SMEs be encouraged to innovate? How can consumer confidence be boosted?

  • REACH: A test case for better regulation?

    Promoted content | Economy & Jobs 08-07-2015

    With the adoption of the Better Regulation Agenda on 19th May, the European Commission is taking first concrete steps in the definition of its policy.

  • Clean Sky in Action

    Promoted content | Aviation 02-07-2015

    Aviation faces big challenges in the years to come, in terms of growth and environment. Clean Sky is part of the solution, through the EU H2020 vision, by developing innovative technologies that will help to reduce CO2 emissions and noise levels produced by aircraft.

  • European Energy Union – What role for innovation?

    Promoted content | Economy & Jobs 02-07-2015

    The Energy Union will cut across a number of policy sectors including energy, transport, research and innovation, foreign policy, regional and neighbourhood policy, trade and agriculture, according to the EU executive's plans.

  • Mining CEO: ‘China rolling out impressive visionary policies’

    Trade & Society 30-06-2015

    "China is rolling out impressive visionary policies," said Sam Walsh, CEO of Rio Tinto, a British-Australian multinational metals and mining corporation with headquarters in London.

  • INGRESS – because standards are voluntary market tools!

    Promoted content | Economy & Jobs 29-06-2015

    All INGRESS members look forward to participating in a constructive dialogue with the European Commission, Member States and other standardisation stakeholders in order to improve the European Standardisation System (ESS).

  • Without non-ferrous metals, no energy transition!

    Promoted content | Science & Policymaking 23-06-2015

    The video demonstrates how non-ferrous metals contribute to achieve an energy transition – with three case studies.

  • The Digital Single Market – What role for Big Data?

    Promoted content | Digital & Media 18-06-2015

    On the 6th of May, the European Commission announced its long-awaited strategy for a Digital Single Market, with issues ranging from consumer rights in online retail, copyright and data protection to network expansion and the use of modern techniques for industry.

  • Making History: EUREKA 30 Years!

    Promoted content 16-06-2015

    EUREKA is an intergovernmental organisation focused on mobilising funds and fostering collaboration for the benefit of near-market projects across all fields of civilian technology. Over the last three decades, it has been responsible for bringing together SMEs, large companies, research institutes and universities to advance the state of technology in Europe for economic benefit. More than 40 countries now hold EUREKA membership, and a number of nations outside of the continent – South Korea, Canada and South Africa – are also included as associate countries.

  • Digital for Growth: Removing Barriers to Build for Europe’s Future

    Promoted content | Digital & Media 12-06-2015

    Andrus Ansip, vice-president of the European Commission for the Digital Single Market, delivers the 2015 Guglielmo Marconi Lecture at the European Digital Forum.