The new Action Plan announces initiatives along the entire life cycle of products, targeting for example their design, promoting circular economy processes, fostering sustainable consumption, and aiming to ensure that the resources used are kept in the EU economy for as long as possible.
“To increase awareness of the financing opportunities promoted by the European Union to support the development and growth of the European bio-based sector, focusing particularly on demonstration and flagship projects”. This is the aim of a new report presented yesterday by the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC).
“BBI JU calls see project proposals receiving excellent evaluation scores, but are often not granted due to budget limitations”.
The report outlines the opportunities available for financing these activities, allowing companies to pursue their investments in Europe.