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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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... applied methodology combined various different approaches -both of quantitative and qualitative nature -in a systematic way (see Figure 2). By combining different methods into a systematic mix-methods approach, we could leverage the advantages of each approach, thereby generate a more holistic selection of and view on companies and stakeholders, and finally derive conclusions with a higher robustness and explanatory power. ...
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... the industrial sector analysed here, numbers of R&D expenditures on country level and company level as well as data on R&D intensities will be presented. Figure 12 graphically shows the regional distribution on total R&D investments for the relevant world regions identified; EU, US, China, Japan and other countries (aggregated as RoW here). A comparison of all areas regarding their temporal development shows that the total R&D investment in the industrial sector has been (slightly) increasing between 2009 and 2018. ...
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... profit indicates how well companies, and on aggregated level a whole industry, can use their core operations to generate revenues. Analyses show profits are higher for conventional ( Figure 20) than for green energy ( Figure 19). The US generates the highest mean operational profit in the renewable energy sector (3,418 Mio. ...
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... composite company for instance, is included in a GIN that involves the European company itself, the OEM and an RTO, all situated in different countries, in this case in Europe. The OEM is likely involved in other GINs such as WindEurope 24 ( Figure 21). Other networks like Hydrogen Europe consist of a larger and more diverse group of members, industry, research and national associations, in Europe (like BBI JU, see Figure 22) and also neighbouring countries. ...
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... OEM is likely involved in other GINs such as WindEurope 24 ( Figure 21). Other networks like Hydrogen Europe consist of a larger and more diverse group of members, industry, research and national associations, in Europe (like BBI JU, see Figure 22) and also neighbouring countries. Graphical illustration of the Global Innovation Network, SME 2 VDI TZ, based on interviews and additional research. ...
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... 2018, the share of renewable energy (and fuels) of the total amount of energy produced in the EU was still relatively low, compared to the EU target (see Figure 23). Transforming the established energy system from fossil-based energy towards sustainable produced energy therefore demands the development of further disruptive technologies. ...
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... of R&D investments based on the 2019 EU Industrial R&D investment Scoreboard provide evidence on the R&D competitiveness of specific regions in the energy sector. Between 2009 and 2018 the total R&D investment in the energy sector is constantly highest within the EU, followed by the US, the aggregate RoW, Japan and finally China (see Figure 24). The latter and the aggregate RoW are the only regions demonstrating a positive trend in total R&D expenditures on country level, whereas the EU´s and the US´totalUS´total R&D investment reveal a decreasing trend since 2014. ...
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... energy and renewable energy equipment will become increasingly important in the future. China and RoW lately increased their profits in conventional energy (Figure 27), whereas the US and EU generated higher profits from sustainable energy businesses (be it direct production or primary and intermediate products). ...
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... from the EU industrial R&D innovation Scoreboard 2019 show the actual regional distribution of companies in the mobility sector in 2018 ( Figure 28). Most companies (54) are headquartered in the EU. ...
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... more actors involved, the higher the probability that non-European members are included in the network. The network displayed in Figure 29 consists of four European members (two EU members), of which two are SMEs which provide the necessary technology, an investment company focusing on cleantech investments 28 and an MNE that contributes to the project by its engineering and project execution competences. ...
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... analysis of total R&D investments per region based on the 2019 EU Industrial R&D investment Scoreboard provides input indicators per region. Figure 32 gives the temporal development of total R&D investment in the Scoreboard between 2009 and 2018. In direct comparison to both other Green Deal priority areas, the total R&D investment is highest in the mobility sector and still following a positive trend. ...

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