EIT InnoEnergy welcomes the EIT’s Crisis Response Initiative worth €60 million directly contributing to the European Union’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will directly support Europe’s innovation eco-system and will be split between all the EIT’s Knowledge and Innovation Communities.
EIT InnoEnergy has been working in close collaboration with the EIT on the Covid-19 response plan since early March. Focused first on our most vulnerable constituencies, EIT InnoEnergy has reached out to students (400+), start-ups (300+), and then in our partners (400+), investors (50+) and shareholders (24).
As far as our portfolio ventures are concerned, we have undertaken a thorough audit of their business plans post-Corona, which resulted in more than 2,000 calls/meetings with the entrepreneurs, their other shareholders, sometimes with potential off-takers, their lenders, etc. Detailed information on the process and support measures we have urgently deployed can be found here.
Since the beginning of the crisis EIT InnoEnergy is deploying:
See below for more information on the actions we have undertaken to support our stakeholders:
Many of our current and prospective students are experiencing uncertainty and fear related to isolation, ability to access supplies, visa problems and remote learning. To help address these concerns, we have:
If you have or are considering to apply for the 2021 intake, and have concerns about this, also look at the Q&A or please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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As a small and medium sized enterprise you will have many concerns about what the current situation means for your business. For that reason the InnoEnergy team is:
If you have concerns about any of these topics, please phone or mail your personal Asset Owner Supporter.
If you have any other general enquiries you can also contact EIT InnoEnergy at email@example.com
InnoEnergy is committed to working closely with partners to navigate through this time of uncertainty. Some of the topics we are working closely with you on include:
We are proactively reaching out to you, but in the instance that you wish to get in contact with us, please reach out to your InnoEnergy contact or email firstname.lastname@example.org
EIT InnoEnergy is working with investors and our VC community to:
If you have concerns about any of these topics, please phone our Portfolio Management team or mail email@example.com
Working closely with the European Union and the EIT, we are looking to identify:
If you wish to discuss such matters, please contact:
Guillaume Gillet, Director European Affairs Business Unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
As an integral stakeholder in our organisation, we will be reaching out to our Shareholders to discuss the impact of this crisis. However, we can say for certain:
For all shareholder matters, please contact Diego Pavia, CEO, EIT InnoEnergy.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology – Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem set up to drive innovation across Europe – have put in place a number of activities and solutions. For example:
For more information, visit the EIT website here.
The European Commission has been at the forefront of supporting research and innovation and coordinating European and global research efforts. These actions address:
For more information on the European Commission’s reponse, visit the website here.