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EUREKA invested over 300 million euros in industrial initiatives over the past year
Date:6/29/2011

Chairmanship had put as the top priority this year. The high focus on clean-tech was reflective of the commitment of EUREKA's member countries to deal with the large, critical challenges facing mankind today, including energy and the environment, climate change and security. In the spirit of promoting further innovation in clean technology, during the event EUREKA marked the launch of its new EUREKA Clean-Tech Action, a campaign focused on generating cooperative industrial R&D projects in the clean-tech sector. EUREKA currently has over 100 active clean-tech projects, at a cost of over 200 million Euros.

During the third meeting of the Chairmanship, held in April this year in Haifa and Nazareth, it was determined that EUREKA representatives will formally announce to the European Commission that the EUREKA Network will become the preferred aid program by European industry, for cooperation industrial R&D. The event also presented an opportunity to highlight cooperation between Jewish and Arab entrepreneurs from the Galilee, and served to greater encourage cooperation with minorities throughout Europe.

The events this week also follow the recently held 17th Inter-Parliamentary Conference, which took place in late May at the Israeli Knesset. With the participation of several ministers, leading Israeli and European policy-makers, industry representatives, funding bodies, and academics, the conference sessions explored how governments can more effectively support industrial innovation as a means for business generation in times of economic crisis. There was also a special welcome in the Knesset hall to European Parliamentarians from Mr. Meir Sheetrit, Chairman of the Knesset Committee on Science and Technology.

In early June, at an investors conference held in Jerusalem, EUREKA announced the launch of "E!nnoVest", a new search and match web tool for investors and companies, and the first pan-European EUREKA investment platform. Thi
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