SET Final Report - TIME for Energy Efficiency in Textile SMEs
In Europe we have 54.000 Textile companies and approximately 635.000 workers producing anything from high tech fibers or fabrics which protect other people to fashionable items generating wealthand jobs. In 2015 the number of companies, the employment and the turnover of the EU textile sector as a whole have all slightly grown, for the first time in many years. In Euratex we see how Sustainability in all of its very diverse forms lays at center of the business strategy of many European companies, whether they are large or small ones with some 9 people family-companies.
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Towards a 4th Industrial Revolution of Textiles and Clothing
A Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda for the European Textile and Clothing Industry - October 2016.
The present document is the result of a process involving hundreds of textile research, technology and industry experts from across Europe over a period of almost one year to identify and describe the major Strategic Innovation Themes and corresponding Research Priorities of the European textile and clothing industry for the next 10 years. This work was coordinated by the European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing, Europe’s most comprehensive expert network for...
SESEC Report - Energy Efficiency for European Apparel and Textiles Companies
The International Energy Agency highlights how energy efficiency can capture multiple benefits for those willing to address it, both in public policy making and in private business. Resource saving, costs reduction, better environment and higher industrial productivity may be just a few of the more shining of such benefits. Many barriers, however, are also observed to limit the uptake of energy efficiency opportunities. The “information failure” is clearly one of those barriers which prevent an option to turn into a measurable concrete result...
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