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PNO Consultants has been at the heart of Europe’s vital sectors for over two decades. Through our experts’ intimate knowledge of the fields we operate in, and hundreds of real life projects, we engage daily in promoting and stimulating innovations in Agro Food, Bioeconomy, Chemistry, Education & Labour, Energy, Environment & Circular Economy, ICT, Life Sciences & Health, Transport and Water. We are dedicated to ensuring the growth and durability of these sectors. Take a look at our vision, projects, activities and experts.

projects

Italy
OPERANDUM project logo
OPERANDUM works on a platform enabling stakeholders and end-users to improve knowledge of NBS to mitigate climate change as well as ways to promote and exploit the improved/preserved environment.
GreenCharge logo
The GreenCharge project will contribute to what researchers call "zero-emission mobility". In practice, it means developing new business models, new technologies and guidelines that cities can follow.
CHESTER project
CHESTER project addresses the efficient energy usage in current day Europe. The project aims to build an innovative energy storage and management system for energy from renewable sources.

news

VALUEMAG will present a case study during a workshop at Bari, the 19th of March 2019. The thematic of this workshop is: “The bioeconomy as an opportunity for regional development based on local resources in Puglia”

events

During Design Thinking Summit on 3 and 5 April in Amsterdam, PNO innovation expert Cecile ten Kate will introduce PNO’s contribution to accelerating the ‘design thinking trend’, based on the 4D’s: Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver.

insights

Brexit-deal or not: the world will not cease to exist after 29 March 2019. On that date, the Brexit will take effect and the UK will no longer be a European Union Member State. But how will the Brexit effect the future of European research? And what about running projects and collaboration projects? What are the consequences for Horizon 2020 and other EU funded grant programmes?