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Sofies India team at the 3rd Smart Cities India Expo, New Delhi, 10-12 May 2017

Sofies India recently attended the 3rd Smart Cities India 2017 Expo, exchanging ideas, innovation, knowledge and expertise at the Swiss Pavilion. The team showcased a wide array of projects on smart cities, smart industry and smart agriculture as a part…
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Guadeloupe: launch of a new industrial ecology project in the port area

The Major Seaport Authority of Guadeloupe with Sofies and its partner H3C launched an industrial ecology process on the main activity area of the island. A first inter-company workshop brought together 20 participants, including the main users of the site,…
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European H2020 Project: No Agro Waste (NoAW) Visit of the Eco_Agro_Industrial Park AGRIPORT in The Netherlands

In order to identify business concepts to turn agro-industrial waste into valuable resources, the NoAW WorkPackage 5 Team has visited Agriport, a recent innovative Agro-Industrial Park located in the more recent polders of Netherlands. In less than 30 years, this…
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Sofies at the SIA Conference: “Sustainable Industrial Areas: be part of the Climate Solution”

The International Conference on Sustainable Industrial Areas (SIA) took place in Rabat, Morocco, on March 14th and 15th. Our president Suren Erkman took part as a key note speaker to discuss the role of sustainable industrial areas in the international…
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CapaCITIES project officially launched in Udaipur, with the inauguration of its E-Rickshaws pilot initiative in the city

A multi-year international cooperation project on “Capacity Building for Low Carbon and Climate Resilient City Development (CapaCITIES)” was officially launched in the city of Udaipur (India). The project which is funded by the Swiss Agency of Development and Cooperation (SDC)…
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An event organised by Sofies gathered key stakeholders from the rice value chain in Ho Chi Minh City

While developing the business cases in collaboration with the rice millers for the RECP Program in Vietnam, it became more and more evident that there was a need to work beyond the walls of the factory. Indeed, to secure the…
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