Low-Carbon Technologies

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Increasing the adoption of low-carbon technologies and applications is useful to tackle the identified needs in the 2 Seas area of reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases, exploiting the potential of new renewable technologies and reinforcing their public acceptance. An increased adoption of low-carbon technologies and applications shall reduce carbon dependency and GHG emissions in the 2 Seas area. Businesses, research institutes, knowledge institutes and public sector and relevant entities and stakeholders that can directly benefit from the improved services and conditions as well as from new economic opportunities will be among the expected beneficiaries.

 

 

Specific Objective 1.3   |   Specific Objective 3.1

Bloc 1

Expected Results

In this context and to enhance the uptake of innovative low-carbon technologies, the Programme seeks to contribute to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by:

  • enhancing the uptake of state-of-the art solutions;
  • testing and demonstrating these technologies and applications to pave the way for their wider uptake;
  • promoting a closer, more effective and operational cooperation of businesses, knowledge institutes and public sector

This Specific Objective will be targeting the following sectors shared across the Programme area that have the potential for a high reduction in greenhouse gas emissions:

  • Renewable energy
  • Transport
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing industries
  • Building

 

SO 2.1 Low-Carbon Technologies
Bloc 2
2.1 - Low-Carbon Technologies

Examples of actions

  • Development of comparative pilots actions to test and demonstrate innovative low-carbon technologies and applications
  • Adoption by stakeholders of low-carbon technologies to increase the use of energy from renewable sources. These could include in particular technologies linked to marine or maritime sources
  • Adoption by stakeholders at different territorial and administrative level of identical or similar innovative low-carbon technologies to reduce their CO2 emissions
  • Prepare for investments in the further roll-out of low-carbon technologies
  • Investments in low carbon technologies, for instance to enable demonstrations of innovative low-carbon applications, or to realise innovative small-scale infrastructures for renewable energy generation, production and distribution.

This list is not exhaustive