Since 2019, the Interreg Europe SME POWER project consortium has been working toward better adapting public policy for the low carbon economy to the needs of non-energy intensive SMEs, thus enabling them to be a key driver in the low carbon shift at European level. In this past year of second stage activities, the action plans and strategies for doing so – which were conceptualised and finalised in the first two years of the project alongside regional stakeholder groups – are now being put into action. For the seven policy partners of the SME POWER project, the implementation of the Action Plans takes on various shapes and forms.

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