The first local green deal in Romania is being developed in Ilfov County!
The Ilfov County and the City of Turin are developing the first local green deals in Romania and Italy within a project co-financed by the European Commission, coordinated by fonduri-structurale.ro. The project aims to create the conditions for cooperation between local SMEs and public authorities by 2024 and to facilitate the development of public policies that support the adoption of green and digital solutions by SMEs in Ilfov and Turin.
The project partners are Măgurele Science Park Association in Romania, Ilfov County, Fonduri-Structurale.ro, Environment Park and City of Turin.
Providing support for SMEs towards a green and digital transition and implementing actions aimed at directing the local economy of Turin (Italy) and Ilfov (Romania) towards a sustainable and inclusive path, creating new jobs, reducing socio-economic problems generated by the impact of the Covid-19 crisis and accelerating of a greener and more equitable recovery at the local level.
Creation, design, and delivery of 2 Local Green Deals in Turin (Italy) and Ilfov (Romania);
Stimulating transnational cooperation and learning between Turin (Italy) and Ilfov (Romania) for local administrations and 120 SMEs on sustainable, smart, and inclusive practices as solutions for the most pressing urban and local challenges related to the green transition of the local economy
Work Package 1: Project Management;
Work package 2: Dissemination and communication;
Work package 3: Evaluation of the local context for the realization of a local ecological pact (local green deal) in Ilfov and Turin.
Please consult the final deliverable below
Work package 4: Realization of two local ecological pacts in Ilfov (Romania) and Turin (Italy);
Work Package 5: Enhancing Implementation Capacity.
Initiated partnerships – 2
Signed Local Green Deals – 2
Local economic operators and SMEs that have a better awareness of sustainability and the improvement of sustainable business models – 10
More innovative SMEs in terms of products and services and how they manage their innovation processes and the integration of green and digital programs – 10
SMEs who are aware of EU funding sources (including R&I) and other funding sources for expanding their business internationally, and how to apply and establish contacts with potential investors – 100
May 1, 2022 – April 30, 2024
The project represents a pioneering initiative in Romania and will explain and apply for the first time the concepts of the European “Green Deal” at the level of authorities and SMEs that will adapt their business models.
The project aims to promote and encourage solutions for collaboration between public administrations and private environments in order to adopt the “green” and digital business models and to develop the resilience of small companies in the two regions.
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Contact Person: Andrei Groșeanu
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Disclaimer: Co-financed by the European Union. The opinions expressed are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the Innovation Council and the Executive Agency for the European Council for Innovation and SMEs (EISMEA). Neither the European Union nor the Executive Agency for the European Council for Innovation and SMEs (EISMEA) can be held responsible for them.