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Innovation for sustainability. E.E.T. Programme The Netherlands. C. van As and R. Wismeijer. Contents. 1. Introduction 2. Project examples 3. Goals 4. Programme execution 5. Results 6. Programme evaluation 7. Conclusions. Goals. sustainable economic growth

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Innovation for sustainability

E.E.T. Programme

The Netherlands

C. van As and R. Wismeijer

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Contents

1. Introduction

2. Project examples

3. Goals

4. Programme execution

5. Results

6. Programme evaluation

7. Conclusions

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Goals

  • sustainable economic growth
  • meaningful reductions in environmental stress

By means of

  • technological breakthroughs
  • dissemination of knowledge
  • collaboration between leading companies and top knowledge institutes
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Incentives for Innovations

Transitions

System

innovations

Technology

innovations

Optimisation

{

Time to market

EIA, MIA

E.E.T.

instruments

M&T, IOP, TS

NIDO

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Environmental themes

  • renewable raw materials
  • sustainable energy sources
  • traffic and transport
  • eco design
  • sustainable industrial production processes
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SME’s

large

companies

universities

E.E.T.

intermediates

research

institutes

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months

12-15 E.E.T. projects

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Projects

ACE

20-25 applications for subsidy

Qualification round

4

ACE

60 short proposals

Advisory round

0

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Assessment criteria

  • Potential impact / rewards:
  • profits, turnover, scale of market (EUR/y)
  • scale of ecological effects (Mton/y)
  • technological breakthrough (patents)
  • dissemination of knowledge
  • Chance of success / risks:
  • costs, external factors (legislation, acceptance)
  • alternative solutions, competition
  • collaboration is unbalanced
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Subsidies

  • fundamental research
  • industrial research
  • pre-competitive development

62,5%

40%

25%

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Project characteristics

  • number of partners: 5
  • project duration: 5 years
  • time to market: 7-10 years
  • project costs: 4 million Euro
  • project subsidy: 2 million Euro
  • (on average)
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Results 1996-2001

  • > 100 projects
  • > 100 collaborations
  • estimated profits ± 1 billion EURO/year
  • substantial contribution to solving major environmental problems
  • highly innovative (over 70 patents)
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Evaluation of the programme:

first indications (10% repondents)

  • positive about the E.E.T. programme
  • positive about collaboration
  • some suggestions on improvements
  • companies should be more leading
  • connect with the general trend towards internationalisation
  • the business concept should be more prominent within the project
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EET fifth Anniversary

International conference

Innovation for sustainability

Technology meets the market

March 13 & 14, 2002, Amsterdam

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