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Top-20 European patenting firms by number of green patents (mobility sector)

Top-20 European patenting firms by number of green patents (mobility sector)

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Technical Report
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The study provides theoretical as well as case-study based evidence for the potential of European industries to become carbon neutral and provide job security and growth in the EU. The study identifies, maps, and analyses Global Innovation Networks, i.e. networks between industry and other actors that facilitate innovation, and their role in making...

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... each of the Green Deal priority areas, we compiled a rank list of the top-20 European patenting firms by number of green patents (see Figure 3 for the mobility sector) 5 . This was used to identify relevant large stakeholders with strong activities in the area of green patenting. ...
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... detailed information provided in chapter 3.4 of this deliverable: Cross-sectional technologies. The R&D intensity ( Figure 13) was calculated by dividing the total R&D investment by net sales for each region and sector. The second highest dispersion of all Green Deal priority areas in terms of R&D investments can be found in the industrial sector, ranging from China showing the lowest R&D intensity in 2010 to the EU in 2018. ...
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... contractual Public Private Partnership (cPPP) can be seen in Figure 30. Due to the international scope and the high differentiation in the type of actors, this network can be characterized as GIN. ...
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... third mobility network is a project-based private research consortium assembled in December 2020, consisting of industry partners from Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Austria (depicted in Figure 31), centred in Sweden. With the help of each project partner, the research consortium aims to establish a market with a favourable framework for efficient hydrogen transport. ...
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... the headquarters of some of the actors are located outside Europe, as illustrated in Figure 30, only parts of the companies located in the EU are involved in the network. ...
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... contrast, the Crunchbase database lists innovative tech start-ups and provides data on the amount of funding the start-ups receive. Figure 35 gives the development of newly founded companies in the mobility sector. ...
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... numbers only represent the number of employees in the mobility sector employed by companies that are listed in the EU Scoreboard and does not illustrate the total number of workers in a specific region. Building on data from the Crunchbase database, we find that start-ups in the mobility sector ( Figure 36) received about 60 Billion USD of total funding, of which major parts were received by companies headquartered in the US (about 34 Billion USD) and China (about 17 Billion USD). Japanese and EU start-ups received significantly less investments. ...
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... the international competition on the market for hydrogen production, Europe is currently considered a technology leader in hydrogen and is aiming to keep this position or even expand their advantage. Figure 37 highlights the ambitious growth scenario for hydrogen deployment in Europe. These plans suggest the hydrogen market in Europe will further grow in the future. ...
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... of the total and emerging number of start-ups operating in the battery sector, obtained from the Crunchbase database, confirm the promising growth opportunities from the battery sector. There are 559 startups listed in the Crunchbase database, of which about 350 were created from 2000 onwards, implying an almost continuously steep increase, as can be seen in Figure 39. This growing number of companies rises the competition level in a market, leading to decreasing product prices and decreasing company profits, primarily competition is assumed. ...
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... addition, this outline based on the case studies and interviews provides options for how public authorities at different levels can address the current opportunities and challenges for innovation and industry related to the European Green Deal and the SDGs. Figure 43 shows three classic categories of policy instruments: regulations, economic, and financial instruments, and soft instruments. The tradition is that they are discussed separately which does not make that much sense when looking on new instruments. ...

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