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Enhanced innovation efficiency for SME in energy technology and cleantech proposal of a pilot proj

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Coordinator SP Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut AB - Energiteknik
Funding from Vinnova SEK 4 200 000
Project duration March 2008 - November 2011
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The overall objective is to suggest actions that will enhance an increased innovation efficiency among small end medium sized enterprises (SME) within the field of energy and clean tec

Results and expected effects

The project will result in concrete suggestions and tools for follow-up regarding innovation efficiency among small end medium sized enterprises (SME) within the field of energy and clean tec. Implementation of the project results will thus contribute to strengthen the swedish industry in this field.

Approach and implementation

The innovation process will be analysed in detail in three technical projects with different type of organisations: 1) Cluster of industries. Several companies participates in a common research and development platform. 2) Synergy between SME as supplyer and a large enterprise as customer. 3) Separate mission. In addition, complementary company visits will be carried out as a complement to the preparatory study for development of SP´s dialog model. The focus will be to demonstrate possibilities to develop the innovation efficiency within companies as well as to increase their capacity for successful innovations. Among the planned acitivities are to compile and develop new key numbers for definition of the innovation efficiency/capacity.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2008-02501

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