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Funding for Research and Innovation in Wales

Does your business have an innovative proposal that can successfully convert research and innovation into new and improved commercial products, processes and services? EU funds of around £40million are now available for Welsh businesses to aid in the process. 150 more words

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Austerity an even bigger threat than Brexit say 3rd sector leaders

  • 75% say austerity biggest threat
  • But 65% concerned about Brexit impact on organisation’s sustainability
  • 86% say politicians not doing enough re Brexit
  • Majority believe NI economy will deteriorate
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The GREBE Project visits Iceland

The GREBE project partners will hold their fourth partner meeting in Reykjavik and Isafjordur in Iceland this week.  We have a busy schedule planned with the Western Development Commission ( 120 more words

EU funding: access EU funds

Author: Nikola Benin

DESCRIPTION OF TRAINING CONTENT

Secure EU funding: access EU funds’ is a masterclass course for all those involved in preparation of proposals to be submitted for funding in any of… 358 more words

Funding secured for UK partners in EU projects beyond the date of leaving the EU

On August 12th, Philip Hammond, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, has assured that all multi-year projects (ESIF, CAP and H2020) with signed contracts or funding agreements in place, and projects to be signed… 442 more words

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Higher Level Apprenticeships at the CREST centre in Northern Ireland

GREBEs Northern Ireland partner, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council are privileged to have within the region, South West Colleges flagship Centre for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies (CREST).  314 more words

Uncertainty harming growth in the Scottish renewable industry

The Scottish Affairs Committee (a cross party body which is appointed by the UK parliament to examine the expenditure, administration, and policy in Scotland) found that policy changes from the central UK Government is putting at risk future growth in Scotland’s renewable industry. 338 more words