CONFIDENTIAL 1Brussels, 15 May 2013HLG KETs final reportGabriel CreanChairman of the Sherpa HLG KET GroupKETs SummitMember...
CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of action3) Implementation status upda...
Disconnection between patents share and manufacturing shareCase Study: Li-ion battery productionSource: European Competiti...
4Disconnection between patents share and manufacturing shareCase Study: PV cells production in 2010Europe9%3%USA<1%%29%27%...
5TOP 10 manufacturers of solar panels/cells 2001 to 2012 - Cell production in MWSources : Photon international mars 2010, ...
CONFIDENTIALGlobal share of equipment productionSource: Oxford EconomicsEurope generated 45% of world machine tool product...
CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status upd...
CONFIDENTIAL 8Nanopowderfor batteriesLed’sSensorLotus effect windscreenPower MOSFETPhotonicsPhotonicsPhotonicsPhotonicsMic...
9World first !ELIOT®, the first plastic pipe thatcommunicates and is detectableKETs can revolutionize traditional products...
CONFIDENTIAL 10KETs:-Advanced materials-Nanotechnologies-BiotechnologiesKETs:-Advanced manufactu-ring systems-Biotechnolog...
CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status upd...
CONFIDENTIALA single KETs andfully-fledgedinnovation policyat EU level.A comprehensivestrategicapproach to aKETs policy at...
CONFIDENTIALRecommendations from HLG KET 1(June 2011)The EU should apply theTRL scale R&D definitionMake KETs a technologi...
CONFIDENTIAL 14MarketTechnologicalfacilitiesKnowledgeAnchorcompaniesIndustrialconsortiaResearch& technologyorganisationsTe...
“Think about the America within our reach: a country thatleads the world in educating its people; an America thatattracts ...
16( 2012) EC Communication on KETs ( 2012) EC Communication onindustrial policy including KETs( Feb. 2013) Launching of th...
CONFIDENTIALCreation of a new High Level Group on KETs
Cross-cutting andcivil society representativesHLG KET compositionKET representatives End-user representativesPPP represent...
CONFIDENTIALKETs Value ChainHLG KET Working groupsMulti-KETs approachKETs globalcompetitiveness& State AidsIntegratedappro...
CONFIDENTIAL
Europe 2020 – KETs at the core of smart specialisation Regional PolicyJohannes HahnCommissioner forRegional PolicyBudget 2...
CONFIDENTIALEIB to Finance Key Enabling Technologies
CONFIDENTIALFIRST KET SUMMITEuropean Commission• M. TAJANI. Vice-President of the European Commission, Commissioner forInd...
CONFIDENTIALFIRST KET SUMMITNanocharacterization platformMinisterial meetingKETs Summit closing ceremonyFamily pictureKETs...
CONFIDENTIALWindow of opportunityFeb MayMarch April June July August Oct.Sept. Nov. Dec.H2020 RegulationRules for particip...
CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status upd...
CONFIDENTIALKey issues for KETs discussion within the next CompetitivenessCouncil meeting of May 29th.o To accelerate the ...
CONFIDENTIALThank you for your attentiongabriel.crean@cea.fr
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  1. 1. CONFIDENTIAL 1Brussels, 15 May 2013HLG KETs final reportGabriel CreanChairman of the Sherpa HLG KET GroupKETs SummitMember States / Sherpa KETs meetingKETs status updateHigh Level Group on KETs
  2. 2. CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of action3) Implementation status update4) Next Competitiveness Council
  3. 3. Disconnection between patents share and manufacturing shareCase Study: Li-ion battery productionSource: European Competitiveness Report 2010, European Competitiveness in Key Enabling Technologies (TNO/ZEW), CGGC,Lithium-ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles : THE U.S. VALUE CHAIN, October 2010Europe% Li-ion battery cell production share in 2008Asia87%31%Advanced Material Patent Share%USA12%35%30%4%Others1%0%Smart, greenand integratedtransportSources: European Competitiveness Report 2010, European Competitiveness in Key Enabling Technologies (TNO/ZEW), Avicenne, The Worldwide rechargeableBattery Market 2012 – 2025 , March 2012, * others correspond to manufacturers of Li-ion battery cell which market share is lower than 2%Europe% Li-ion battery cell production share in 2011Asia31%Advanced Material Patent Share%USA6,5%35%30%4%Others*0%0%Smart, greenand integratedtransport94%87% in 2008CONFIDENTIAL
  4. 4. 4Disconnection between patents share and manufacturing shareCase Study: PV cells production in 2010Europe9%3%USA<1%%29%27%42%Asia2%Europe = 74 %of global marketUSA6 %ASIA =13 %%Rest of WorldShare of PV cells production in 2008and 2011Photonics patent shareShare of yearlyinstalled capacitiesSource: Photon International Mars 2010, European Competitiveness Report 2010, European Competitiveness in Key Enabling Technologies (TNO/ZEW)« JP Morgan, PV News, Oliver Wyman Analysis”, SolarBuzz 2012, SolarPlaza 2012, EPIA82% in 2008~88% in 2011Secure, clean and efficient energyCONFIDENTIAL
  5. 5. 5TOP 10 manufacturers of solar panels/cells 2001 to 2012 - Cell production in MWSources : Photon international mars 2010, Photon international mars 2012, Eurobserver - Baromètre photovoltaïque avril 2012, Market Buzz 2013Solar Cell Production and Market Implementation in Japan, USA and the European Union - Joint Research Centre - European Commission - A Jäger-Waldau – 2002Production 2004Production 20011. Sharp 752. Kyocera 513. Shell solar 515. Astropower 246. Sanyo 207. Isofoton 168. RWE Solar 169. Mistubishi 1210. Photowatt 121. Sharp 3242. Kyocera 1053. BP Solar 854. Q-Cells 755. Mitsubishi 756. Shell solar 727. Sanyo 658. Schott Solar 639. Isofoton 5310. Motech 351. First Solar 11002. Suntech 7043. Sharp 5954. Q-Cells 5715. Yingli 5256. JA Solar 5207. Kyocera 4008. Trina Solar 3999. SunPower 39710. Gintech 3684. BP solar 40Production 2009Secure, clean and efficient energyProduction 20123. Suntech2. First Solar8. JA Solar7. Jinko solar4. Trina Solar5. CanadianSolar1. Yingli GreenEnergy10. Hanwasolar one6. Sharp9. SunpowerCONFIDENTIAL
  6. 6. CONFIDENTIALGlobal share of equipment productionSource: Oxford EconomicsEurope generated 45% of world machine tool production before the economiccrisis. Today, this share is down to 32%. The lost share went to Asia.51.7 % 47.1 %61.7 %7.4 %6.3 %48.3 % 45.5 %32 %01020304050607080901002001 2008 2011EuropeUSAsia
  7. 7. CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status update4) Next Competitiveness Council
  8. 8. CONFIDENTIAL 8Nanopowderfor batteriesLed’sSensorLotus effect windscreenPower MOSFETPhotonicsPhotonicsPhotonicsPhotonicsMicroelectronicsMicroelectronicsMicroelectronicsMicroelectronicsNanotechnologiesNanotechnologiesNanotechnologiesNanotechnologiesBiotechnologiesBiotechnologiesBiotechnologiesBiotechnologiesAdvanced manufacturingAdvanced manufacturingAdvanced manufacturingAdvanced manufacturingAdvanced materialsAdvanced materialsAdvanced materialsAdvanced materialsLowLowLowLow carboncarboncarboncarbonmobilitymobilitymobilitymobilitySocietalchallengeCombining several key enabling technologies for advanced productsKETs are strategic for a competitive Europe
  9. 9. 9World first !ELIOT®, the first plastic pipe thatcommunicates and is detectableKETs can revolutionize traditional productsCONFIDENTIAL
  10. 10. CONFIDENTIAL 10KETs:-Advanced materials-Nanotechnologies-BiotechnologiesKETs:-Advanced manufactu-ring systems-BiotechnologyKETs:-Nanoelectronics-PhotonicsFromKETstofinalproductMaterialEquipmentComponentFromproducttosocietalchallengeProductSolutions &servicesSocietalchallengesBiomassBioisopreneCarindustryBiobasedSynthesis rubber,Adhesives, elastomersCar tyresBio-pneusLow carbon mobility(Climate change)MOCVD ReactorLightingGaNLEDLampLightingEfficient energy(Climate change)Information &Communication technologiesNano component(Low power)Litho-scannerSOI materialNomadiccommunicationKnowledgesocietyMobile phoneKETs are strategic all along EU value chains
  11. 11. CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status update4) Next Competitiveness Council
  12. 12. CONFIDENTIALA single KETs andfully-fledgedinnovation policyat EU level.A comprehensivestrategicapproach to aKETs policy at EUlevel.A combinedfinancing topromote R&D&Iinvestments inKETs.Follow-upEducation andskills.Globallycompetitive IPpolicy.HLG KET 1: 6 key priorities for 6 KETsHLG Strategic recommendations(June 2011)
  13. 13. CONFIDENTIALRecommendations from HLG KET 1(June 2011)The EU should apply theTRL scale R&D definitionMake KETs a technologicalpriority for EuropeFully exploit the scope of relevantR&D definitions from basicresearch to innovation actionssuch as prototyping, testing,demonstrating, experimentaldevelopment, piloting and marketreplication (new rules ofprocedure of Horizon 2020)Rebalancing of EU funding programmestowards technological research productdevelopment including pilot lines,prototype, first-in-kind equipments andfacilities and demonstrator activitiesImplement a strategicindustry driven andcoordinated approach ofKETs programmes accross ECRDI funding programmes andinstruments (CSF, ERDF)Combined fundingmechanismCompetitive IP policyAdapted state aid provisionsto facilitate KETs research andinnovation actionsKETs observatoryBuild, strengthnen andretain KETs skillsAn appropriate set of rules toimplement KETs programmes
  14. 14. CONFIDENTIAL 14MarketTechnologicalfacilitiesKnowledgeAnchorcompaniesIndustrialconsortiaResearch& technologyorganisationsTechnologicalresearchProductdevelopmentCompetitivemanufacturingGlobally competitivemanufacturing facilitiesPilot deploymentPilot lineKey Recommendation: The ‘‘ three pillar bridge ’’to pass across the ‘‘valley of death’’The valley of death
  15. 15. “Think about the America within our reach: a country thatleads the world in educating its people; an America thatattracts a new generation of high-tech manufacturingand high-paying jobs; a future where we’re in control ofour own energy; and our security and prosperity aren’t sotied to unstable parts of the world. An economy built tolast, where hard work pays off and responsibility isrewarded.”15Obama to reindustrialise the USBarack H. Obama, State of The Union speech, 12 February 2013PCAST actions: strong overlap with HLG-KET recommendationsInternational benchmark on the share of basic, applied and developmentactivities funded by China, Korea, the US, the Member States and the EUAsia and US federal R&D funds mainly go to applied “Development” whereas Europehas the highest share of Basic Research Funding36%11%24% 24% 22%FP792%EIT - 2%45%32%32% 28% 33%CIP - 6%19%58%44% 48% 46%0102030405060708090100China Korea US Japan Sum of MemberStatesEUDevelopmentAppliedFP7BasicCONFIDENTIAL
  16. 16. 16( 2012) EC Communication on KETs ( 2012) EC Communication onindustrial policy including KETs( Feb. 2013) Launching of the HLG KET (2)From KETs Strategy to KETs ImplementationVice-PresidentAntonio Tajani,Commissioner for Industry& Entrepreneurship2011CONFIDENTIAL
  17. 17. CONFIDENTIALCreation of a new High Level Group on KETs
  18. 18. Cross-cutting andcivil society representativesHLG KET compositionKET representatives End-user representativesPPP representativesMs. Spile, Novozymes, Vice President Novozymes Global R&D StrategyM. Nelson, CEO IQE, President EPICM. Fava, Professor of Industrial & Environmental Biotechnology, DICAM,University of Bologna, Chair, European Federation of BiotechnologyM. Van Sande, Umicore, Executive Vice President & CTOM. Eguren, Nicolas-Correa, CEOM. Sinnott, INTEL Ireland, General ManagerM. Auberton-Hervé, SOITEC, CEO, Chairman of the SEMI European AdvisoryBoardM. Uhl, EC Group, President and CEO , Professor at AGH University of Scienceand TechnologyMs. Bastioli , CEO NOVAMONTM. Botti, EADS, CTO, Member of the Executive CommitteeM. Engel, Vestas Wind Systems , President & CEOM. Hoheisel, Bosch, Member of the management board RobertBosch GmbHM. Ambrosio, President European Society for BiomaterialsM. Rimondi, CEO, Bellco, President Assobiomedica)Mr. Helmrich, CTO, Siemens AGM. Mengelers, TNO, President,M. Neugebauer, FhG Fraunhofer Gesellschaft ,PresidentM. Leppävuori, VTT, President and CEOM. Van den Hove, IMEC, CEOM. De Fontaine Vive, EIB, Vice-PresidentMs. Sourisse, Board Chairman Telecom-Paristech, Senior Vice President ThalesDefence and Security SystemsM. Bozotti, Chairman European Round Table (ERT), Chairman of ERT Societalchanges and skills working group, President and CEO ST MicroelectronicsMs. Rabmer-Koller, Chairman, Sustainable Development Committee UAPMEMs. Dely, Covenant of Mayor, Head of COM Office and Head of European AffairsEnergy CitiesMs. Segol, General Secretary European Trade Union ConfederationM. Baldock, Executive Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy(IEEP)M. Desruelles, Chairman of E2BA (Energy Efficient Buildings Association),Bouygues, Executive Vice-PresidentM. Mattucci, Chairman EFFRA (European Factories of the FutureResearch Association), Comau Group (CEO)M. Mertin, President & CEO Jenoptik AGM. Ploss, Representative of ENIAC PPP, CEO Infineon TechnologiesM. Wester, Representative of Green Cars PPP; CTO & Member of theGroup Executive Council, Fiat Group; CEO, Maserati, Abarth & C., AlfaRomeo AutomobilesM. Plischke, Representative of SUSCHEM ETP, Board Member BAYER AGM. Mensink, Representative of Bio-based industries PPP; DeputyDirector General CEPI, Confederation of European Paper IndustriesM. Asch, representative of the SPIRE initiative, President EUnited andDeputy CEO Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KGM. Therme, President of HLG KET, Deputy Director ofRenewable Energies, Director of Technological Research,CONFIDENTIAL
  19. 19. CONFIDENTIALKETs Value ChainHLG KET Working groupsMulti-KETs approachKETs globalcompetitiveness& State AidsIntegratedapproach for(Re)Industrialisationof KETs in EuropeSkills andTechnological researchinfrastructuresKETs & societalchallengesWG 7KETs FinancialengineeringPromotion of KETs policiesin EU at Member States andRegional LevelsWG 5 KETs global competitiveness& State AidsHuman Capital , Skillsand InfrastructureWG 6
  20. 20. CONFIDENTIAL
  21. 21. Europe 2020 – KETs at the core of smart specialisation Regional PolicyJohannes HahnCommissioner forRegional PolicyBudget 2014-202053Md€Fore regions covered bythe « CompetitivenessObjective »3 priorities related totechnological developmentand innovation, including KETS
  22. 22. CONFIDENTIALEIB to Finance Key Enabling Technologies
  23. 23. CONFIDENTIALFIRST KET SUMMITEuropean Commission• M. TAJANI. Vice-President of the European Commission, Commissioner forIndustry and Entreprenership;Member states• Ms FIORASO, French Minister for High Education and Research,• Ms VELA OLMO, Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation,• Mr. MONIG, Director for European Affairs and Deputy Director General forEuropean and International Cooperation from the Federal Ministry ofEducation and Research (BMBF),• Mr. LIBERALI, Director of the University and Research Department, ItalianMinistry for Education, University and Research,• Mr DODDS, Director of Innovation, Department for Business, Innovation andSkills (BIS), Ministry for University and ScienceKETs SUMMITGRENOBLE, FEBRUARY 6TH, 7TH , 2013
  24. 24. CONFIDENTIALFIRST KET SUMMITNanocharacterization platformMinisterial meetingKETs Summit closing ceremonyFamily pictureKETs SUMMITGRENOBLE, FEBRUARY 6TH, 7TH , 2013Microelectronics Clean roomAdvanced Materials
  25. 25. CONFIDENTIALWindow of opportunityFeb MayMarch April June July August Oct.Sept. Nov. Dec.H2020 RegulationRules for participationTRILOGUEWindow of opportunity for the development and deployment of KETsThere is a need to implement strategic measures to developand deploy KETs in H2020
  26. 26. CONFIDENTIAL2) The importance of KETs for European competitivenessOutline1) Urgency of actions3) Implementation status update4) Next Competitiveness Council
  27. 27. CONFIDENTIALKey issues for KETs discussion within the next CompetitivenessCouncil meeting of May 29th.o To accelerate the launch of the new KIC on KETs related Manufacturingin 2014 rather than in 2017, to address the current KET skills deficit.o To ensure that PPPs address higher TRLs (from 4 to 8) as a necessarycondition to achieve the objectives of the new industrial policy andfacilitate Joint calls between PPPs to address common needs acrosssectors.o Societal Challenges must include dedicated technological blocks tocombine market pull and push in order to speed up innovation thuscontributing to the targets of EC Industrial policy.o Improve competitive landscape (“fast track” project of commonEuropean interest, Regional State Aid intensity, Capex eligibility, Articles55, 60, 87 )
  28. 28. CONFIDENTIALThank you for your attentiongabriel.crean@cea.fr

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