45 Million Euros for the Establishment of the Centre of Excellence for Research and Innovation in Slovenia
The European Commission assessed the scientific potential of the Slovenian partners consortium led by the University of Primorska and allocated almost 15 million euros to create a Centre of Excellence for Research and Innovation in the field of renewable raw materials and healthier living environment (InnoRenew CoE). The Government of the Republic of Slovenia added extra 30 million euros of subsidies to ensure the suitable conditions for the establishment and long-term work of the Centre.
The aim of the project is to create a Centre of Excellence for Research and Innovation in the field of renewable raw materials and healthier living environment. It will allow Slovenia to make a breakthrough in the sustainable construction in Europe. By combining experience, technology and theoretical knowledge of the consortium partners and due to the co-operation with the Fraunhofer WKI Institute, the InnoRenew CoE Centre will develop a new, “smart”, sustainable and modern living environment suitable for all generations.
Read more about this new at the website of UP BUDI.
More information about the project is available at the project website.