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CLIC Innovation / BEST

Assisting former CLEEN and FIBIC, now CLIC Innovation, in building and implementing a PPP research program to help grow the Finnish bioenergy economy and radically improve its way of operating as an ecosystem

Million € budget
Project duration 4 years, 2013-2016

With our expertise in building and managing PPPs, we helped launch and manage the BEST (Sustainable Bioenergy Solutions for Tomorrow) programme to enable a stronger and more competitive Finnish bioenergy ecosystem

How we reached the goals

Spinverse build the consortium and its structure as well as activated the partners and boosting collaboration during the program. We facilitated the definition of program targets and building the structure and consortium, activating existing and new partners and boosting collaboration in the preparation and execution of the program. All the while ensuring that the program follows a high scientific standard and creates industrial value.

Key takeaways

Optimizing the role of bioenergy in the future energy system and the bioeconomy framework. Cost and resource efficient, value driven, flexible and reliable biomass supply chains. Ensuring the sustainability of all of the activities along the bioenergy value chains.

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