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NOW ONLINE & NEW DATE: 29-30 September 2020: EIT RawMaterials Summit 2020


Join the Global Innovation and Technology Summit in the Raw Materials Sector, NOW ONLINE!

Metals, minerals and advanced materials are vital for the EU economy and are the key enablers for the clean energy transition and future mobility. The sustainable management of natural resources and the shift to a green economy are essential in achieving a resource-efficient and competitive economy in Europe.

The EIT RawMaterials Summit 2020 will envision the future of the raw materials industry in line with the priorities of the EU Green Deal. The three-day event will address digitalisation and innovation in areas including the transition to green energy supply as well as the rising demand for raw materials and advanced materials for e-mobility.

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Meet prominent speakers and the world’s largest innovation community in the raw materials sector at the EIT RawMaterials Summit 2020! Global stakeholders will connect with the top European experts developing and deploying the latest technology, products and services for the sustainable competitiveness of the raw materials sector in Europe.

Connecting science, technology and innovation in the raw materials sector for the green energy transition

The EIT RawMaterials Summit 2020 will showcase three tracks: Innovation, the EIT Raw Materials Venture Forum and Education, with several thematic sessions covering critical challenges of the sector. Technical parallel sessions will focus on how innovation and technology will deliver transformational change for the raw materials sector, benefiting the economy, society and environment.


The topics include:

  • Raw materials, clean energy transition and climate neutrality
  • Transition to circular societies
  • Sustainability standards for the raw materials sectors
  • Digitalisation and data-driven innovation
  • Disruptive materials innovations
  • EU citizen engagement for the new generation of consumers
  • Future for education