„Today, it is essential to be at the technical and technological forefront in the field of CO2 emission reduction in order to be able to best support our customers with the simple aim of caring for Mother Nature and ensuring the future. Plastics for Zero Emission allows us to have a broad but precise vision thanks to the help of the best actors in this field.“ Simon Gremaud, ARBURG AG
TOGETHER WE CREATE
NEW PERSPECTIVES –
MADE IN SWITZERLAND
The global challenge of climate change requires collective action. Switzerland therefore wants to bring its CO2 emissions to net zero by 2050 at the latest.
As part of the solution, the Innovation Booster Plastics for Zero Emission relies on the strengths of the Swiss plastics and composites industry. Together with the research community, disruptive ideas are sought and promoted to avoid CO2 emissions and waste, to save energy and resources as well as to develop fossil free and even negative emission materials.
By cooperation of all partners in the value chain, economic potentials shall be released and jobs created in Switzerland.
Join us and be a part of the solution!
INNOVATION BOOSTERS POWERED BY INNOSUISSE
More details about the Innovation Booster Programme can be found here.
Our Vision for the funded period (2022-2025) is to have a significant impact on reaching “net zero CO2” in Switzerland by follow-up projects. These can either be R&D projects, funded by one of the industrial partner, or larger innovation projects funded by Innosuisse, regional funding agencies, European programs, etc.
NEWS & EVENTS
Supported by our Innovation Booster, realcycle GmbH is researching technical possibilities and limits in PP recycling together with research partner KATZ using existing packaging. The goal is clear: to close loops, reduce CO2 emissions and resource consumption. Panayota Tsotra, member of the Advisory Board of the Innovation Booster Plastics for Zero Emission, presented the project at the Swiss Plastics Expo in Lucerne. Click here to read the article on their website. Implementation partners of...
It is time to present the work of the first projects, discuss the next steps and strengthen our networks! The conference programme offers you inspiring keynotes and interesting insights into the currently running projects, but will also give you the opportunity to learn more about our future project calls and how you can get involved. This Annual Networking Conference 2022 (initially scheduled for 26th October 2022 as “Final Workshop First Call”) will be held on December 1, 2022, from 1:30 PM...
From 2023, companies and other implementation partners will contribute 40 to 60 percent of the total direct project costs to innovation projects. Up to now, the rule has been half participation. In international innovation project funding, Swiss implementation partners, for example SMEs, can receive direct funding from Innosuisse. This puts them on an equal footing with their foreign project partners. Innosuisse can also now fund innovation projects by start-ups in preparation for their first...