Innovating for low-carbonprosperity and climateresilienceMáster Internacionalización Empresa25 Abril 2012Andreu Campos Can...
Climate-KIC: Europe’s engine forclimate change innovation                                              The innovation pipe...
CLC and RIC are the crucial hubsfor integration of these actors andactivities
CLC and RIC are a key dimension ofClimate-KIC matrix management
Our Innovation Community and    European ‘interconnectivity’                                             Co-location Centr...
Partners in the Valencian Region  •   AIDICO  •   Asociación de Industrias del Mármol  •   Ayuntamiento de Castellón  •   ...
Our Core Partners:7 universities; 5 business; 5 Researchinstitutes; 3 RTO  Innovative companies                          L...
Integration of FOUR sectors for innovationExcellence is paramount                                Government &             ...
Innovation:initially 4 themes across 5 CLC toavoid silos                                     Source: IPCC AR4 WGII
Developing thematic areas                                CITIES AND BUILT                                 ENVIRONMENT•Cros...
Entrepreneurship supportSupport for students, project teams, start ups  and SMEsIncubation & Support, Business Creation,  ...
Climate-KICEntrepreneurship programme 2012  Clear ambition:   More climate starters   More starters & SMEs on fast growt...
Pioneers into Practice:What‘s involved  A placement programme will allow participants to be placed in a range of low  car...
Pioneers into Practice:Experiences and Outlook    Two pilot editions:      2010: domestic placement and crucibles; more t...
http://ec.europa.eu/clima/documentation/roadmap/docs/com_2011_112_en.pdf
Climate-KICEntrepreneurship programme 2012  Clear ambition:   More climate starters   More starters & SMEs on fast growt...
Master classes for mostpromising starters and venturesOpen Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship 21-22 May 2012, Utrec...
Education: The Academy for  Climate InnovationThe programmes•Masters•PhD•Postdoctoral                  theJourney: An•Prof...
Some examples of oursuccesses....
Pioneer Cities – led by Climate-KIC  regions                                   • Retrofit of                              ...
Our young enterprises:  Naked Energy – EIT Award 2012  and joint winner of Climate-KIC Venture competition 2011•Hybrid sol...
Our young entrepreneurs -   training and support via the   Climate-KIC ‘Journey’                           An intensive 5 ...
Greenhouse and sponsoredStart-Ups: DeCo!                      •Decentralised composting for                      sustainab...
Greenhouse and sponsored          Start-Ups: Arboreal                 A social business for people and forests•Business co...
Alumni experience of the Climate- KIC Journey • The physical science of Climate Change • The set-up process of a business ...
The market place and climate    market acceleration                                        Community tool                 ...
Business challenge-driveninnovation• Sainsbury’s supermarket  – Reduced carbon footprint of stores  – Carbon neutral produ...
Schiphol: Airports as low carboncities                                           •the ‘airport city’ concept              ...
Schiphol: What output fromClimate-KIC?Strengthening sustainability and innovation• Thought leadership• New ideas/insights•...
What does Schiphol bring toClimate-KIC?Network, challenges, business spirit & resource  support• Network• Business input o...
CLC and RIC: our essential  ecosystem for innovation across  sectors• Hub of connectivity                          Ideas M...
Co-location Centre          Regional          Innovation and          Implementation          Community                   ...
Climate-KIC in the Valencian Region
Climate-KIC in the Valencian Region
Climate-KIC in the Valencian Region
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Climate-KIC in the Valencian Region

  1. 1. Innovating for low-carbonprosperity and climateresilienceMáster Internacionalización Empresa25 Abril 2012Andreu Campos CandelRIC Project Manager / FCVRE
  2. 2. Climate-KIC: Europe’s engine forclimate change innovation The innovation pipeline Ecosystem: Pathfinder: Innovation Delivery: The research and Market Product and Marketable knowledge base identification service products and development services Education – entrepreneurs; Entrepreneurship – incubation and support
  3. 3. CLC and RIC are the crucial hubsfor integration of these actors andactivities
  4. 4. CLC and RIC are a key dimension ofClimate-KIC matrix management
  5. 5. Our Innovation Community and European ‘interconnectivity’ Co-location Centre• We form a network of ~100 partners Regionalacross Europe Innovation and• We come together at 5 Co-locations Implementation Community• We reach out right across Europevia our Regional Innovation &Implementation Community (RIC)• We are run like a business – CEO,Executive, Governing Board,Assembly• We identify and respond to thechallenges of Climate Change• Our activities cross boundaries:discipline, sector, geography•Europe’s engine for innovation in climate change mitigation and adaptation
  6. 6. Partners in the Valencian Region • AIDICO • Asociación de Industrias del Mármol • Ayuntamiento de Castellón • CEU-Cardenal Herrera • DG Obras Públicas (Conselleria Infraestructuras, Territorio y Medio Ambiente) • Edinn • FCVRE • Federación Valenciana de Empresarios Construcción (FEVEC) • FVMP • IMPIVA • Instituto Valenciano de la Edificación (IVE) • Instituto Tecnológico Cerámico • Instituto Tecnológico de la Energía • MIDEME • Universidad de Alicante • Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
  7. 7. Our Core Partners:7 universities; 5 business; 5 Researchinstitutes; 3 RTO Innovative companies Leading academic and across several industries research institutesand 17/83 Affiliate partners are universities 7
  8. 8. Integration of FOUR sectors for innovationExcellence is paramount Government & Public BodiesOur partners span top:•universities and research institutes(35)•business (19), SMEs (21)•regional and local government (13)•Not-for-Profit organisations and Innovationnetworks (13) domain ResearchClimate-KIC therefore brings together Businessall the actors of the innovationpyramid ..... Education ...and integrates these with our three pillars: •Innovation & Pathfinder •Entrepreneurship •Education
  9. 9. Innovation:initially 4 themes across 5 CLC toavoid silos Source: IPCC AR4 WGII
  10. 10. Developing thematic areas CITIES AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT•Cross-CLC/RICInnovation &Pathfinder projects Land, Water & Ecosystem WATER & management ENERGY•Evolving CLC/RIC Agricultural Productionleadership in high SPATIAL AND LANDimpact innovation MANAGEMENT PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTIONareas ASSESSING CLIMATE CHANGE AND MANAGING ITS DRIVERS
  11. 11. Entrepreneurship supportSupport for students, project teams, start ups and SMEsIncubation & Support, Business Creation, Events & Competitions e.g. – Climate-KIC Incubator network – Climate-KIC Master Class Programme – Climate-KIC Venture competition – Open Innovation Slams – SME Climate Innovation Vouchers – Climate-KIC Market AcceleratorMore climate starters, more starters & SMEs on fast growth trajectory, business acceleration for innovations
  12. 12. Climate-KICEntrepreneurship programme 2012 Clear ambition:  More climate starters  More starters & SMEs on fast growth trajectory  Business acceleration for innovations 1. Incubation & Support 2. Business Creation 3. Events & Competitions 4. Pioneers into Practice 12
  13. 13. Pioneers into Practice:What‘s involved  A placement programme will allow participants to be placed in a range of low carbon projects (e.g. Climate-KIC innovation and pathfinder project)  An organised mentored programme: Participants will be supported by leading European experts on transition thinking and systems innovation through a structured programme of learning by doing.  Venture Support: The best practice ideas developed during the Pioneers programme will be eligible for further support to explore the potential for innovation in practice 13
  14. 14. Pioneers into Practice:Experiences and Outlook  Two pilot editions: 2010: domestic placement and crucibles; more than 50 Pioneers 2011: innovation festival in Budapest, foreign placement and joint crucible; more than 50 Pioneers  Current edition in 2012: two placements (regional and international) and innovation festival in Bologna, around 150 Pioneers  http://www.climate-kic.org/entrepreneurs/networks/pioneers-programme/  LinkValencia, October 2010 Brussels, November 2011 14
  15. 15. http://ec.europa.eu/clima/documentation/roadmap/docs/com_2011_112_en.pdf
  16. 16. Climate-KICEntrepreneurship programme 2012 Clear ambition:  More climate starters  More starters & SMEs on fast growth trajectory  Business acceleration for innovations 1. Incubation & Support 2. Business Creation 3. Events & Competitions 4. Pioneers into Practice 20
  17. 17. Master classes for mostpromising starters and venturesOpen Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship 21-22 May 2012, Utrecht Open Innovation framework where, through collaboration with a variety of partners, new improved ventures can be created faster than their current corporate or start-up environment by Henry Chesbrough‘real beef’, entrepreneurial experience, startup organizationJuly: Master class Customer Development by Steve BlankSeptember: Masterclass on FinanceNovember: Masterclass on Business Modellinghttp://www.climate-kic.org/entrepreneurs/masterclasses-events/masterclass- open-innovation/
  18. 18. Education: The Academy for Climate InnovationThe programmes•Masters•PhD•Postdoctoral theJourney: An•Professional intensive 5 week programme for all Masters and PhDs that creates a community of climate innovators and entrepreneurs.
  19. 19. Some examples of oursuccesses....
  20. 20. Pioneer Cities – led by Climate-KIC regions • Retrofit of housing stock Outcomes = New Buildings • Energy Demand Place-based Management Business Models • Bio-waste into Cities: Pioneer Energy energy • Birmingham Cities Networks • Combined heat • Frankfurt and power • Bologna / Modena • Low Emission • Budapest Vehicle Systems Mobility • Integrated • Wroclaw Mobility Services • Castellon /Innovations – new financing models, forms of user engagement Valencia
  21. 21. Our young enterprises: Naked Energy – EIT Award 2012 and joint winner of Climate-KIC Venture competition 2011•Hybrid solar panel providing electricity and hot water•Combined Photo Voltaic and thermal energy system•PV inside the tube with water flowing though•PV provides electricity•Water keeps PV at optimal temperature and provides source of hot water•Unprecedented efficiency; cheaper renewable energy •Climate-KIC SME partner •Support from Climate-KIC UK CLC for measuring and characterising performance Improved business case
  22. 22. Our young entrepreneurs - training and support via the Climate-KIC ‘Journey’ An intensive 5 week programme for all Masters and PhDs that creates a community of climate innovatorsSome start-ups from and entrepreneurs.the Journey•DeCo!•ElectricFeel “there is nothing•Arboreal comparable to Climate-•Small World Carbon KIC...it is unique” “there is no other opportunity like this”
  23. 23. Greenhouse and sponsoredStart-Ups: DeCo! •Decentralised composting for sustainable farming and development •SEED Award 2010 •Registered as NGO in Ghana•Decentralised composting service to localfarmers (Franchise system in long term)•Buy local biowaste, convert to organic fertiliser•Reduces soil degradation and erosion•Improves food security•Creates new jobs•Reduces GHG emissions•Improves waste management•Participatory approach
  24. 24. Greenhouse and sponsored Start-Ups: Arboreal A social business for people and forests•Business concept: to set up self-contained mechanical processing centres toallow cooperatives in tropical forests to process Non Timber Forest Products(NTFP) such as cosmetics, medicinal and edible products.•Processing centre contains the machinery to create higher value product from rawNTFP, and storage and packages facilities•Arboreal also provides training, coaching and networking services to enablecooperative to run effective business and to access distribution channels for theirproducts•Small scale industry helps communities move up the value chain and preservesthe forest•Forest regions of Madhya Pradesh in India selected as location for the firstprocessing centre (64 million people of working age in Indian forest areas).
  25. 25. Alumni experience of the Climate- KIC Journey • The physical science of Climate Change • The set-up process of a business • Ambitious people from different scientific and cultural backgrounds Entrepreneurial Mindset & Confidence“The most important thing I gain from Climate-KIC, apart from friends ofcourse, it was the entrepreneurial spirit that will always remain with me....”
  26. 26. The market place and climate market acceleration Community tool • Member profiles • Substantive issues • Working groups Climate-KIC Radar Market accelerator • Overview existing • Demand activities/strengths identification • Innovation • Supply identification opportunities • Interface / Brokerage•Bringing partners Climate Zero-Carbon •Demonstration cities Productiontogether around “demand projectside” challenges •Leadership: NL, UK.•Accelerating market ESdelivery via the pipeline Cities Water •With the RIC regions’ BASIC ‘Pioneer Cities’ RESEARCH
  27. 27. Business challenge-driveninnovation• Sainsbury’s supermarket – Reduced carbon footprint of stores – Carbon neutral products at low prices – Want innovators to work with Sainsbury’s and their suppliers, e.g. farmers – Will also offer stores as a test bed • E.g. Naked Energy! – Student masters and PhD projects• Large innovation cascade via suppliers – sheltered innovation• Model for other businesses
  28. 28. Schiphol: Airports as low carboncities •the ‘airport city’ concept •Proposed and led by Schiphol Airports (Climate- KIC core partner) •Round table:January 2012 •Conference June 2012 •Cross sectorial scoping “Schiphol gave up being just an airport a long time ago”
  29. 29. Schiphol: What output fromClimate-KIC?Strengthening sustainability and innovation• Thought leadership• New ideas/insights• Challenging current activities• Academic support in new services & new products• Resources (€ & FTE) for sustainability / innovation efforts• Promising start-ups
  30. 30. What does Schiphol bring toClimate-KIC?Network, challenges, business spirit & resource support• Network• Business input on sustainability• Seed capital Fund (Mainport Innovation Fund)• Sustainability challenges (“Green Terminal”, “transport” etc)• New services & new products• Resources for sustainability / innovation
  31. 31. CLC and RIC: our essential ecosystem for innovation across sectors• Hub of connectivity Ideas Market• Centre of knowledge Place, German Innovation• Launch pads, landing CLC, Berlin Festival, June 2011 pads, pipeline Hungarian RIC,• Structuring Budapest mechanism September 2011
  32. 32. Co-location Centre Regional Innovation and Implementation Community ..Connect, create, transform.. Government & Public Bodies Innovation Research domain Business EducationGràcies

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