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    Networking activities to promote sustainability and circularity. Deliverable D3.3

    Chavardes, Chloé and Pallonetto, Fabiano (2023) Networking activities to promote sustainability and circularity. Deliverable D3.3. Project Report. RES4CITY.

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    RES4CITY is a 36-month European Commission funded project, which commenced in October 2022, that aims to enhance the development of sustainable renewables and fuel technologies in cities by co-designing innovative educational micro-programmes with stakeholders, and promoting sustainability and circularity, filling the knowledge and skills gaps for a successful energy transition. The deliverable D3.3 Networking activities to promote sustainability and circularity has been prepared as part of Task 3.3 Enhancing RES and FT sustainable deployment and submitted in M12 (September 2023) of the project. This deliverable is one of the five reports of WP3 RES4CITY Innovation and Stakeholder Network which has implemented a pan-European community of public and private organisations around the energy transition, circular economy, sustainability, and the use of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Fuel Technologies (FT). This deliverable complements actions carried out in WP6 Dissemination, Communication, Exploitation and Replication, as the networking activities and annual events carried out in the local hubs serve to communicate and disseminate the results of RES4CITY. The document consists of 5 main sections. The first section introduces the deliverable and the work package it is undertaken in. The second section describes the local hubs and their objectives relating to events and networking activities. The third section lists all events and networking activities each of the hubs organised and participated in. The fourth section highlights the creation and management of an online community in LinkedIn, which aims to engage with stakeholders in the hubs. Finally, the fifth and last section describes the content and their related topics that will be produced to promote the project and the translation of its outputs into visual, appealing, and more understandable material. This deliverable D3.3 was completed and submitted in September 2023 by 3OC with the support of all hubs, and FINN and NUIM as the reviewers.

    Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
    Keywords: Networking activities; promote; sustainability; circularity; Deliverable D3.3; RES4CITY;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 18225
    Depositing User: IR Editor
    Date Deposited: 29 Feb 2024 12:04
    Publisher: RES4CITY
    Funders: HORIZON-CSA
    Use Licence: This item is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (CC BY-NC-SA). Details of this licence are available here

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