Facing a lack of drinking water, the Swedish municipality of Mörbylånga has invested in a pioneering water treatment plant. The plant's ability to treat different streams of water, including pre-treated industrial water, is made possibly by technology provided by Luxembourg cleantech innovator APATEQ.
According to the EU’s 2019 Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), Luxembourg ranks among the top 3 EU countries in digital connectivity as well as in human resources.
The future high performance computer (HPC) will be part of the European HPC network, EuroHPC.
Developing the clean technologies sector is a priority in Luxembourg, and the country is keen to learn from the best. Luxinnovation has set up a partnership with Cleantech Scandinavia in order to attract companies and technologies from the Nordic countries that are among the world leaders in this field.
Are you looking for new opportunities to expand your business on new European markets? Then take a look at the developments in Luxembourg, where facilitating the transition to a circular economy is a national priority. Read more
TAFTIE, the European network of innovation agencies, welcomes you for its annual policy forum on “Digital Europe Programme– Role and opportunities for innovation agencies”. The conference will take place Thursday, November 28 in Mondorf-les-Bains. Read more
Are you looking to enhance your cooperation and business partnerships with active organisations of the CleanTech Cluster and the Digital Innovation Hub? Join us for this new edition of the cluster’s "Present Yourself" breakfast where new organisations will briefly present themselves and what competencies they have. Read more
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Lors d’une conférence de presse en date du 2 mai 2017, la secrétaire d’État à l’Économie Francine Closener et le CEO Jean-Paul Schuler ont présenté le rapport d’activité 2016 de Luxinnovation. Constit... Read more