The new SusChem SIRA focuses on technology priorities towards 2030, across Advanced Materials, Advanced Processes as well as the implementation and co-development of Enabling Digital Technologies. Horizontal topics are equally addressed, including sustainability assessment innovation, safe-by-design for chemicals and materials, as well as building on education and skills capacity in Europe.
The SIRA is the result of a co-creation process together with stakeholders across the innovation ecosystem. It outlines the strategic Research and Innovation (R&I) priorities, with a strong relevance to sustainable chemistry, linking to Horizon Europe and beyond.
The National Technology Platform Suschem Belgium, which is hosted by essenscia, has contributed to the content of this SIRA through its representing innovation clusters Catalisti and GreenWin.
The complete document can be downloaded in a printable or an online version from this site