The 112CO2 Consortium proudly announces that two of its members, Universidade do Porto and DLR, have been chosen to participate in the prestigious EUeic Tech to Market (T2M) Venture Building program. This significant milestone reflects the Consortium's commitment to fostering innovation and propelling groundbreaking projects into the market.
The EUeic T2M program, led by the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), is a renowned initiative designed to support and accelerate the growth of promising projects. UPORTO and DLR will collaborate closely with the program's expert team to refine their business offerings, ensuring they are primed for success in the competitive market landscape.
The journey commenced with the Tech Demo Day on Energy Systems and Green Technologies held on July 3rd, where both teams showcased their innovative solutions. This event marked the beginning of an intensive collaboration aimed at fine-tuning strategies, addressing market needs, and enhancing the overall viability of their projects.
"We are thrilled to have UPORTO and DLR as part of the EUeic Tech to Market Venture Building program. Their inclusion is a testament to the caliber of projects within the 112CO2 Consortium and the potential impact they can have on the market," said Paula Dias, leader of the project management and quality insurance work package.
The EUeic T2M program offers a unique opportunity for participants to connect with industry experts, receive tailored mentorship, and access resources that will strengthen their market position. By leveraging this initiative, UPORTO and DLR are poised to make significant strides in advancing their projects and contributing to the broader landscape of energy systems and green technologies.
For those interested in learning more about the EUeic T2M program, additional information is available at https://eic.ec.europa.eu/eic-funding-opportunities/business-acceleration-services/tech-market-programme-t2m_en
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