Founded 1991, as a grouping of the type F-XE0630 - European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). Original title: European Renewable Energy Centres Agency (EUREC Agency). Currently only known under acronym. Full title: EUREC - Association of European Renewable Energy Research Centres. EU Transparency Register: 8156981516-21.
Identify research needs and enable R and D for innovative and integrated renewable energy solutions; promote sound policy making in renewable energy R and D; enable innovation and technology transfer by connecting research and industry through projects development; promote development of a highly qualified and trained workforce for the renewable energy sector; support international R and D cooperation in renewable energy.
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