The ability of a country's business environment to withstand disruption and recover strongly is crucial for the individual companies that operate there. Luxembourg ranks as the 7th most resilient economy in the world, in particular due to its strong economy.
Experts at the University of Luxembourg have developed an online tool to simulate the impact of COVID-19 exit strategies. This unique project offers a method for modelling the impact of different measure on the spread of the disease in almost 100 countries around the world.
Will the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic stimulate cleantech innovation and the uptake of environmentally friendly technologies, or will it bring cleantech investment to a standstill? This question was debated at the Cleantech Interactive session organised on 19-20 May 2020 in collaboration with Luxembourg partners.
15 Luxembourg start-ups will receive €150,000 each to develop innovative solutions aimed at combatting the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Many countries have launched rescue packages to help alleviate the economic consequences of the coronavirus-related lockdown. A recent article by the BBC lists Luxembourg's economic stabilisation programme as one of the most important in the world.
E² Tech4SmartCities 2020 – Smart Energy Efficiency Technologies for Cities – is back with a 6th edition of a highly visible brokerage event organized by Enterprise Europe Brussels, at the occasion of the EU Sustainable Energy Week - EUSEW. Read more
The 2020s brings the threat of chaos. Can Europe lead the revolution and transform its industries? Will it demonstrate that halving emissions while fostering prosperity is possible? This year’s Cleantech Forum Europe agenda is developing around themes to prepare you for the 2020s. Read more
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