South Poland Cleantech Cluster

is a platform for cooperation between companies, universities and research and development units, local government units (municipalities, cities) and non-governmental organizations

South Poland Cleantech Clusters vision is to become a leading cleantech cluster in Central Europe and one of the most competitive clusters in the world by creating a superior innovation and research environment to bring cleantech technology and services to various sectors and value chains.

SPCleantech brings together members and partners around the following collaboration platforms:

  • intelligent, low-emission buildings / management systems / ecological building materials
  • Smart city / sustainable urban development / e-mobility
  • energy efficiency
  • smart grid, renewable energy
  • virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR)
  • Big Data
  • internet of things (IoT), internet of everything (IoE)
  • bio-based economy
  • circular economy

South Poland Cleantech Cluster cooperates with chosen Cleantech clusters and research and development institutions. Some of them are members of the International Cleantech Network. These are agglomerations and regions centered around the cities (in alphabetical order): Bilbao, Fort Collins, Graz, Grenoble, Hamburg, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Milan, North Caroline, Osaka, Oslo, Quebech-Montreal, Rotterdam, Seoul, Singapore, YiXing.

Our Partners are also:

  • Scion DTU, Science and Technology Park of the Danish University of Technology (DTU) in Lyngby, (Copenhagen), (DK) – Letter of Intent, 22.05.2014
  • Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Ltd., Kielce, (PL) – Letter of Intent, 22.08.2014
  • Association of Municipalities and Districts in Malopolska, (PL) – Letter of Intent, 09.01.2017
  • Malopolska Cluster Forum, (PL) – Cooperation Agreement, 12.08.2014
  • Educational and Research Laboratory of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation AGH (Technological University in Krakow) in Miękinia, (PL)
  • Institute Fraunhofer MOEZ, Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe, Leipzig, (D)
  • Malopolska Center for Energy-efficient Buildings, Technological University of Krakow, (PL) – Cooperation Agreement, 12.01.2015
  • Malopolska Agency for Regional Development S.A., (PL) – Letter of Intent, 06.08.2015
  • CTT Center for Technology Transfer, Technological University of Krakow, (PL) – Cooperation Agreement, 15.01.2016
  • Foundation Wczoraj Dziś i Jutro (PL), Cooperation declaration, 01.03.2016
  • CITTRU Center for Innovation, Technology Transfer and Development, Jagiellonian University, (PL) – Cooperation Agreement, 15.03.2016
  • KIC InnoEnergy, Eindhoven, (NL) – Commission Contract, 01.12.2015
  • INTECH PK, Krakow University of Technology (PL), special purpose company – Letter of Intent, nr 04/LI/IN/2016
  • SPIN-US, University of Silesia, Katowice, (PL), Letter of Intent, 01.03.2016
  • CTT AGH Center for Technology Transfer AGH, University of Science and Technology, Kraków,  (PL)
  • INNOAGH Sp. z o.o., AGH, special purpose company, (PL)
  • The Training Concept Sp. z o.o., Cooperation Agreement, 01.04.2016, Warszawa, (PL)
  • Management Process Department, Cracow University of Economics, Cooperation Agreement 07.06.2016
  • Stowarzyszenie Budowniczych Domów i Mieszkań (SBDiM), Cooperation Agreement, 15.05.2017
  • Polish Green Building Council (PLGBC), Cooperation Agreement, 01.08.2017

with whom SPCleantech has signed Letters of Intent or Cooperation Agreements.