02 December 2022
Call4Circular: behind the scenes of the collaboration between Gruppo Iren and Circular Economy Lab

“Call4Circular | Circular products and materials", promoted by Gruppo Iren in the context of the Iren Startup Award in collaboration with Circular Economy Lab - a project by Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center and Cariplo Factory - is the initiative whose objective is to develop circular open innovation projects in the context of the Group's business activities, in line with the company's decarbonization and energy transition objectives.

14 November 2022
Call 4 Energy | The Mobility Evolution: more than 200 startups were involved in the first phase

Over two-thirds of the startups and SMEs involved in the first phase of Aquila Energie’s Call 4 Energy | The Mobility Evolution come from abroad. Only twenty will continue in the cognitive and assessment calls.

14 October 2022
The Circular Economy Lab meets IVECO at the “Next Mobility Exhibition” event

The world of transport is in a phase of profound change and among the trends that are most redefining the rules of the market is certainly the phenomenon of sharing mobility. The Circular Economy Lab supports Iveco in this transformative journey. 

04 October 2022
The Circular Economy Lab is technical partner of Tech4Planet of CDP Venture Capital SGR

The results of the new Technology Transfer Hub dedicated to sustainability, created on the initiative of CDP Venture Capital SGR and of which the Circular Economy Lab is a technical partner, were presented. The complete video of the meeting and the speech by Massimiano Tellini, Global Head Circular Economy of Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center.

19 September 2022
The Circular Economy Lab at the ESG Laboratories and Futura Expo

The appointments of the Circular Economy Lab continue in collaboration with the Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center team: a brief summary of our meetings in September and October at Futura Expo in Brescia and the ESG Laboratories in Montebelluna. 

01 September 2022
Circular strategies along the textile, clothing and fashion value chain

According to the European Commission, textile consumption in Europe ranks fourth in terms of the greatest impact on the environment and climate change after food, housing and mobility; it is also the third most consumed sector in terms of water and land use and the fifth most consumed in terms of primary raw material use.