September 30, 2022Read more
On 8 June 2020, the InnoRenew project partners held an online meeting with representatives from the European Commission for the project’s second periodic review.
The aim was for the Project Officer and external experts to review the InnoRenew project’s implementation, achieved key performance indicators and impact. Furthermore, constructive feedback was given to the project consortium for the next periodic review period.
Dr Andreja Kutnar, InnoRenew CoE director, is satisfied with all achievements reached within the framework of the project.
“I am always very proud to hear how much our team achieved in such a short time,” said Dr Kutnar. “We are looking forward to receiving the official comments from the European Commission, but I am positive they will be encouraging.”
The InnoRenew project officially started in April 2017 and consists of nine Slovenian partners and one German partner: the University of Primorska, Fraunhofer WKI, the Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, the University of Maribor, the Pulp and Paper Institute, Zavod eOblak, the National Institute of Public Health, the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region and the InnoRenew CoE.