The Luxembourg EcoInnovation Cluster managed by Luxinnovation, fosters innovation, business development and cross-sector cooperation by focusing on an exciting area for potential growth – sustainable living and eco-technologies.

The cluster supports it members in the generation of new processes, products and services with an ultimate goal of turning the concept of the circular economy into a reality in Luxembourg.

Objectives:

  • Diversify the activities of the Luxembourg companies thus allowing them to gain and to develop new capabilities in the field eco-technologies
  • Contribute to the development of new environmental solutions in the field of eco-technologies and sustainable construction
  • Raise the public awareness for the uptake of “green technologies”
  • Build public-private partnerships in order to develop new collaborative projects of common interest
  • Encourage the networking between public and private actors on the national and the international level.


Set of specialised support services providing:

  • Access to practical and technical information related to specific questions on Eco-Innovation
  • Advice on national and European funding opportunities for eco-innovation technologies
  • Value-added information on emerging technologies and markets.
Luxembourg EcoInnovation Cluster

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Rapprochements économiques entre la Tunisie et le Luxembourg

16-11-2017

La délégation luxembourgeoise était notamment composée de 13 entreprises, actives dans les secteurs d’activité cibles de cette mission : les TIC, la logistique et les Cleantech. 120 rendez-vou...
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Renewable energies: historic European agreement for Luxembourg

09-11-2017

Luxembourg has just signed an historic agreement, with Lithuania: for the first time ever, EU Member States have initialled a bilateral agreement on statistical transfers of energy produced from renew...
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Luxembourg signs renewable energy agreement with Lithuania

31-10-2017

Luxembourg signed a statistical transfer agreement with Lithuania on the 26th of October that will help the Grand-Duchy achieve its national renewable energy objectives for 2020.
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Constructing buildings with re-useable components

30-10-2017

The Institute for Civil Engineering and Environment (INCEEN) at the University of Luxembourg has signed a "memorandum of understanding" with the Suisse Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology (Empa) of the domain of ETH Zürich to collaborate on research on energy efficiency in the construction sector.
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