Transitioning to a circular economy is crucial for sustainable growth and reducing reliance on raw materials. As we shift towards renewable energy and electric mobility, there is a growing need for advanced materials. A sustainable supply of raw materials is vital for a green, digital, and climate-neutral economy, which requires a move towards circular, bio-based production processes and increased recycling. The manufacturing industry plays a critical role in driving industrial innovation, job creation, and growth, contributing to Europe's economic, social, and environmental sustainability.
To achieve the European Green Deal's objectives, innovative solutions are needed to secure cleaner, more efficient, and affordable energy. Cleaner and smarter transport, as well as reducing the energy demand of industrial processes and buildings, are also essential. Climate change is a pressing challenge, and the European Union is committed to substantially reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2023 and becoming climate neutral by 2050. This ambitious goal requires increasing Europe's industrial competitiveness, resilience, and prosperity while achieving climate targets.
For this reason, many regional, and national governments as well as the European Commission have a range of grant funding programmes put in place to support and de-risk projects.
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