GreenTech 2.0 project has set up a sustainable collaborative network of green tech clusters
Two clusters (Green Net Finland and Dalarna STP) are from Nordic Region, two clusters (Tehnopol Greentech cluster and Digital Rocket LT cluster from Kaunas) from Baltic Region and one cluster (Waste-Klaster from Poznan) from Central Europe Region. Having such a wide range of cross-regional clusters in this project contributes to the variation in strengths and services that can be shared with others and made work in synergy.
Green Net Finland is a cleantech cluster developing smart and low-carbon urban environments.
Digital Rocket LT cluster focuses on the digitalisation of cities public services, the creation of new products and services to improve citizen life quality by focusing on health-tech, green-tech, Energy management and robotization areas of activities.
Dalarna Science Park cluster together with business, academia, and society, create the conditions for sustainable regional growth and international success.
Tehnopol Greentech cluster implements publicly funded green technology development projects and mediate companies for private capital networks from Estonia and the rest of the world.
Waste-Klaster’s activities focus on the provision of innovative and cost-effective research services for cluster members, the development of waste-treatment technologies.Tehnopol Greentech cluster implements publicly funded green technology development projects and mediate companies for private capital networks from Estonia and the rest of the world.