RE4Industry Knowledge Transfer Seminar Austria

RE4Industry Knowledge Transfer Seminar Series: Save the Dates

How to achieve 100% renewables in energy-intensive industries (EIIs)? Join us at the RE4Industry Knowledge Transfer Seminar Series to learn what it takes to create a sustainable future.

From October 2022 until June 2023, four seminars will take place across Europe as part of our ongoing Horizon 2020-funded project RE4Industry. Each event aims to share best practices with local industry and forge a path toward decarbonisation for EIIs in Austria, Finland, Romania and Croatia.

Austria welcomes the first RE4Infustry Knowledge Transfer Seminar

The seminar series kicks off in Graz, Austria, on 21 October 2022. We invite you to join us at the Graz University of Technology and contribute to the debate on how EIIs can succeed in the energy transition with industry experts, policy-makers and more.

Check out the programme and reserve your seat (on-site or online)!

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Next stops: Finland, Romania and Croatia

The second RE4Industry Knowledge Transfer Seminar is going to take place in Varkaus, Finland, on 25 November 2022. Bioenergy, circular bioeconomy, energy storage and green hydrogen are among the topics to be covered during the event held at Warkaus-Sali Hall.

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The seminar series will continue in Brasov, Romania (14 March 2023) and Zagreb, Croatia (13 June 2023). More information about these events will follow soon.

RE4Industry at a glance

RE4Industry facilitates for the energy intensive industry sector in Europe a smooth and more secure transition to the adoption of renewable energies in their production processes and facilities. The project guides the EIIs and their organisations in their path for a total decarbonisation towards 2050 by providing vision and guidance to establish their long-term strategy for a coherent and more secure retrofitting and integration of current and future renewable energy solutions in their facilities and processes. More information about the project is available here.