Join the Interreg Europe SME POWER project in Florence on April 20th to learn how to adapt public policy for the low carbon economy to the needs of non-energy intensive SMEs.
Illustration : Photo by Heidi Kaden from Unsplash
Since 2019, the Interreg Europe SME POWER project has brought together 7 regions to address a common challenge: ensure public policy for the low carbon economy is better adapted to the needs of non-energy intensive small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
SMEs form the backbone of the economy. However, their potential for energy efficiency and renewable energy use remains untapped. Therefore, SMEs require support to help them become a key driver in the low carbon shift at European level.
What can you expect from the event?