EGDC Supporting Partners are stakeholders who are willing to actively and voluntarily contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the European Green Digital Coalition.
Supporting partners are comprised of public and private organisations, such as companies, associations, governmental and non–governmental organisations, academia.
Benefits for EGDC Supporting Partners
Benefits for EGDC Supporting Partners:
Visibility. Organisations that fulfil the conditions to become Supporting partners, will have the ‘’EGDC Supporting Partner” status on the EGDC website;
News & Content. Among the EGDC external parties, the Supporting Partners are those that are entitled to receive first the EGDC updates & news, and that will get an early-bird access to selected EGDC content. Supporting Partners can be involved in the EGDC’s workstreams (see the ‘’Commitments’’ section above) by the EGDC Secretariat;
Events & workshops. Upon agreement of the EGDC Secretariat, Supporting Partners might receive exclusive invitations to EGDC events, workshops, etc.
Commitments and expected contributions of the Supporting Partners
Commitments of the EGDC Supporting Partners:
share the general purpose of the EGDC, which is to support and facilitate the twin digital and green transitions;
recognise the importance of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and – more specifically – declare that they are engaged in activities/programs to fight against the climate emergency;
collaborate with the EGDC EP Pilot Consortium Partners and EGDC Members, and contribute in activities in which their participation is deemed mutually beneficial and relevant (see expected contributions below);
share resources relevant to the work of the EGDC – namely in terms of time of their experts and data – free of charge;
ensure that any data shared with the EGDC is in appropriate formats, so as to ensure that relevant confidentiality, antitrust, and data protection laws are respected.
The expected contributions from Supporting Partners include but are not limited to:
sharing technical expertise and contributing to the development of guidelines via participation in the EGDC Working Groups
sharing relevant data, e.g. by submitting case studies for the case study calculators and the development of the methodologies
supporting the communication and dissemination activities around the EGDC, e.g. by engaging with the EGDC channels, sharing its results and events.
Find more information and proceed to the signature of the Engagement Letter by opening it HERE.
These organisations joined the EGDC as Supporting Partners
Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI)
Europe Technology Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Région Centre Val De Loire
Taiwan Climate Partnership
Wireless Broadband Alliance
6G Smart Networks and Services Industry Association (6G-IA)
Energy Cluster of the Valencia Region
Digital For Planet
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