GREENinMED
Speeding up the MED SMEs' uptaking of eco-innovative solutions in energy and water management

About the project

The hotel industry in the Mediterranean is one of the most important worldwide and continues to register significant growth. This success with local/international tourist comes with several environmental drawbacks such as the substantial consumption of water and energy. With the aim of helping hotels to stay competitive and improve at the same time their capacity of eco-innovation, GREENinMED project proposes an integrated approach for the development of new products and services addressed to the efficient use of water and energy and reduction in consumption by 10% in the hotel industry. The project will develop eco-innovative products such a seawater air conditioning, water and energy-saving devices for spa, garden irrigation and industrial cold generation. To reach this ambition, consulting services focusing on the identification of the eco-innovative products and services on and their adaptation to actual needs/contexts will be delivered to selected hotels. Furthermore, the purchase of new equipment to improve research and testing capacities of SMEs and the creation of spin-offs will be facilitated through sub-grants.

Key information

GREENinMED
Speeding up the MED SMEs' uptaking of eco-innovative solutions in energy and water management
A.2 Support to education, research, technological development and innovation
A.2.2 SMEs access to research and innovation
Spain, France, Israel

Financial data

1.5 million
Total budget
1.4 million
EU contribution
%
10%
Project co-financing

Highlights

Project in numbers

5
Partners
3
Countries
6
Technical outputs

Project duration

Start date
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Partnership

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Project outputs

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What will be improved?

GREENinMED will upgrade the eco-innovation capacities of Mediterranean SMEs in the hotel sector and create more dynamic innovation ecosystems, thanks to a cross-border learning process and dedicated financial support. By addressing the challenges of environmental sustainability in the hotel sector, GREENinMED project will reduce the negative footprint of the tourism industry and spread knowledge about efficient water and energy consumption solutions.

Who will benefit?

  • 150 SMEs of the hotel sector 
  • Accelerator technology centers, scientific parks, and universities
  • Startups and spin-off
  • Regional and national public authorities

Expected achievements

  • 1 strategy on eco-innovation for the Mediterranean hotel industry. 
  • 1 cross-border eco-Innovation support center
  • 8 sub-grants to purchase innovative products, services, equipment
  • 30 innovation vouchers 
  • 15 eco-innovative products and services designed specifically for the hotel industry
  • 5 spin-offs created out of the project
     
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Actualité de projet

GREENinMED: catalogue de technologies économes en eau et en énergie pour l'hôtellerie

Des laveries aux systèmes de climatisation: GREENinMED a identifié un nombre important de technologies économes en eau et en énergie pour l'hôtellerie méditerranéenne.

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Actualité de projet

15 juin 2020
Report du webinaire GREENinMED sur l'efficacité énergétique et hydrique

Le webinaire se concentrera sur les solutions innovantes pour la gestion de l'eau et de l'énergie dans l'hôtellerie méditerranéenne. L'événement est report…

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Actualité de projet

11 juin 2020
GREENinMED : webinaire sur les technologies de l'eau et de l'énergie pour l'hôtellerie

Le webinaire, qui aura lieu le 19 juin, se concentrera sur les solutions innovantes pour la gestion de l'eau et de l'énergie dans …

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Actualité de projet

19 janvier 2020
Améliorer la performance environnementale dans dans l'hôtellerie : atelier du projet GREENinMED à Tel Aviv

L'objectif de l'atelier est d'explorer les besoins du secteur hôtelier pour réduire son empreinte environnementale en termes …

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Actualité de projet

05 décembre 2019
Le projet GREENinMED a rencontré l'Association des Hôtels Israéliens

Le 2 décembre, les représentants de GREENinMED ont rencontré l'Association des Hôtels Israéliens pour discuter des moyens de coopération entre le projet et l'industr…