EU-funded Med-EcoSuRe and TRANSDAIRY projects set up approaches boosting innovation and co-creation in the Mediterranean

March 24, 2021
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TRANSDAIRY, an ENI CBC MED strategic project, organized on 23 March a first Tunisian focus group meeting in Tunis, Tunisia, with the objective of identifying the Dairy Value Chain needs and sharing good practices with past and ongoing initiatives regarding the establishment of Living labs and creation of spin-offs.

In this context, Med-EcoSuRe has been invited in order to share the experience of the establishment and management of its Living Lab as well as the creation of a Cross-Border platform for the collaboration and co-creation within the Living lab community.

The TRANSDAIRY project intends to enhance technology transfer among research, industry and SMEs in the fields of Key Enabling Technologies (KET) applied to the Dairy Value Chain.

The Med-EcoSuRe project offers an innovative approach to the definition and diffusion of cost-effective energy renovation within university buildings, with the perspective of extending results to the whole public buildings sector in the long term. A Mediterranean cross-border living lab – bringing together researchers, building managers, companies, public organisations and students – will be established to develop energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions as well as retrofitting schemes to be implemented in 9 university buildings.


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Countries covered:

  • Lebanon
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia