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News article12 September 2023European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency

E-BOOST Eurocluster: five new open calls in the mobility sector

E-BOOST Eurocluster: five new open calls in the mobility sector

The E-BOOST Eurocluster launched five new calls in the mobility sector. The overall aim of the open calls is to identify product innovations to reduce dependency on critical inputs and technologies in the E- BOOST value chains, to introduce new-to-firm products or services, and to engage actors from regions with different levels of economic development:

For more information about the E-BOOST open calls, please visit E-BOOST website or ECCP profile.

Background information

The E-BOOST Eurocluster aims to build a united and skilled ecosystem, ready to develop singular products and services to reach international market. The E-BOOST Eurocluster is represented by a strong consortium ensuring a large coverage of electromobility at the European level. The project focuses on building a strong and dynamic platform for electromobility stakeholders to enhance cooperation among the whole electromobility value chain, thus strengthening EU resilience in the Mobility-Transport-Automotive industrial ecosystem. Direct financial and non-financial support to SMEs and clusters towards green and digital transformation will be the cornerstone of the project.

Funded through the Single Market Programme with a budget of €42 million, Euroclusters are cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary and trans-European strategic initiatives gathering industry clusters and other economic actors that will contribute to building resilience and accelerating transition to green and digital economy through financial support to third parties. On 1 September 2022, 30 Euroclusters have been launched: they are composed of 171 partners overall and cover 23 different countries (of which 22 are EU Member States) and all 14 industrial ecosystems.

To get more detailed information on Euroclusters, please visit the European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP).

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Publication date
12 September 2023
Author
European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency