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Inno-SE – Innovation Cluster for Smart Energy

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Inno-SE – Innovation Cluster for Smart Energy

Network collaboration in the energy domain

Innovation Cluster for Smart Energy contributes to growth, innovation and jobs in the area of energy efficiency and smart energy systems.

The Alexandra Institute provides expertise in setting up and operating innovation networks, for example by solving organisational, strategic and practical assignments relating to the start-up of the network.

Innovation Cluster for Smart Energy (Inno-SE) has been established at the request of the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, the Region of Southern Denmark and Syddansk Vækstforum. The purpose is to pave the way for innovation and growth in the energy sector. The Alexandra Institute is represented in the steering committee by Trine Plambech who is also in charge of the cluster’s focus areas Building Automation and Smart Energy Systems

Read more and become a member of Smart Energy at www.inno-se.

Inno-SE facilitates collaboration between research and industry to achieve two goals: to support the overall energy policy for Denmark, and to create growth, innovation and jobs in the areas of energy efficiency and smart energy systems.   

The network activities are organised in these focus areas: 

  • Smart energy systems
  • Building automation and energy behaviour
  • Power electronics
  • Innovative business models
  • Energy storage

Clusters and networks play an important role in encouraging prosperity and growth – both nationally and in regions and local communities. Companies participating in an innovation network benefit from fruitful partnerships that can lead to new business opportunities.

Members and others interested in a specific subject can participate in network activities targeted at both private and public organisations and knowledge institutions. Members include businesses and public institutions with a particular interest in the academic field of each network. 

Members of Inno-SE enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Opportunity to participate in project start-up and matchmaking activities
  • Knowledge about project funding opportunities
  • Access to research-based knowledge 

Knowledge is disseminated and shared at network events etc.  

Inno-SE is run by a number of key partners from universities and knowledge organisations.

Apart from the Alexandra Institute, the network secretariat consists of:

Inno-SE is funded under a four-year grant from the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, The Region of Southern Denmark and Syddansk Vækstforum.

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