IMCG blog

  • Welcome to the final conference of Inspirewater March 25-26 in Brussels

    Access to clean water is becoming an increasingly crucial question for both municipalities and industries. At Inspirewater’s final conference IMCG and partner organizations will present the results of the Horizon 2020 project. The main focus is on water management in process industries.     There are many reasons for process industries to take a holistic […]

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    Established markets key for green innovations to live on

    A lot of green technology with great potential to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions are demonstrated in EU-funded projects. Unfortunately, many never reach their full potential due to unclear planning from market actors on what will happen when the project ends.
    – What often is lacking is the knowledge within relevant industry of the growing demand for the technology, says Jonas Norrman, CEO of IMCG, who presents value chains and business models for green innovation at a Smart cities conference in Lyon this week.

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    The upcoming Celsius Summit: From demo to impact

    Magnus Andersson, a high profiled expert in European innovation management leads the workshop “Facilitating the replication and scaling of demonstrators” during this year’s Celsius Summit in Brussels October 17-18. There he will point out existing obstacles and how to get around them.

  • 5 tips for DSO:s that no longer think that life is that good

    The life as a DSO does not come easy anymore. As a DSO you can no longer work as you always have done. Digitalization, cyber security, renewable energi and consumers turning into prosumers producing their own electricity… No, it’s time to act and adjust your business so it fits the reality of today.

  • Smart City position available – apply now!

    We are looking for a city outside of Europe that wants to know about Smart City solutions being demonstrated on the European market within the energy management, energy efficiency, e-mobility, open data and IoT and citizen engagement and co-creation. Is it that city you?

  • Not a carpenter, still you are to use tools and toolboxes?

    Can you mention one company that doesn’t claim having a number of important tools and toolboxes that are to contribute to ease internal and external processes. Both CEOs, leaders and employees are expected to know where, when, how and why the tools are to be used. Somehow, few feel like Bob the Builder at work. Here are 7 steps to get the toolbox working!