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11. What is a KET Technology Centre?
KET Technology Centres are public or private organisations carrying out applied research and innovation in technology readiness levels TRL 2 to 8 in key enabling technologies (KETs); providing at least one type of technological service and infrastructure to industry and SMEs in TRL 5 to 8; comprising technological service and infrastructure for validation, demonstration, proof of concept/lab testing, prototype development and testing, pilot production, demonstration/pilot lines/pre-series and product validation/certification
22. Which sectors are supported by KET Technology Centres?
  • Aeronautics &space
  • Automotive/transportation
  • Chemical industry
  • Construction and building sector
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Food
  • Electronics, computer, communication
  • Measurement
  • Medical and Healthcare
  • Machinery/Equipment/Automation
  • Textile
13. What is the KET4CleanProduction Call opening date?
Opening date of the call: 01 June 2018
24. What is the KET4CleanProduction Call closing date?
Closing date of the call: 29.04.2020

 

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About KET4CleanProduction

Manufacturing sector is of a great importance for Europe in terms of its value creation and employment potential. Especially Asian countries have risen up to the top rank of manufacturing whereby competition is becoming tougher. To remain competitive, manufacturing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Europe need to reinforce their innovation capacities through the integration and usage of key enabling technologies (KETs).

Within this context, clean production processes are seen as a key part of a new industrial revolution and as a crucial competitive factor: It is expected that factories of the future will use highly energy- and material- efficient processes, employ renewable and recycled materials, and increasingly adopt sustainable business models bringing together different components of the value chain to optimize production processes.

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16. January 2019

First outcomes of KET4CleanProduction Micro Grants

5 SMEs from Austria, Denmark, Hungary and Slovenia receive micro grants of EUR 50.000, teaming up with 2 leading KET-TCs transnationally and conducting a 6-month long innovation project to face clean production challenges.
16. January 2019

Key Enabling Technologies and SME needs: Report from KET4CleanProduction

SME needs and adoption of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs): Study of KET4CleanProduction reveals factors that enable or hinder the use of KETs and offers recommendations that can improve the usage of KETs in production
12. December 2018

KET4CleanProduction presented at the Annual Cluster Manager Day

Managers of 110 Cluster Associations received first-hand knowledge about KET4CleanProduction during the Cluster Manager Day in Stuttgart, December 6 2018, by Steinbeis 2i