ZINNAE

Cluster for the efficient use of water.

The Cluster

Our areas of work

Digital technology

Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, real-time information, big data and decision support.

Resilient infrastructures

Energy efficiency, infrastructure, new pollutants, sludge, decentralised systems, alternative resources and invasive species.

Adaptive governance

Communication, smart investment, reuse, recovery, prevention, remediation and adaptation.

Looking for solutions to water security challenges?

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PROJECTS

CircInWater, european project

CircInWater is a European project that aims to accelerate the triple transitions by supporting SMEs to develop and implement water-smart solutions through a scheme of lump-sum vouchers. CircInWater is funded by the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA) through Joint Cluster Initiatives (EUROCLUSTERS) for Europe’s recovery (SMP-COSME-2021-CLUSTER).

PARTNERS

Why join

Networking

You will be part of the ecosystem specialised in the water sector in Aragon, where you will be able to establish synergies with national and international companies, research centres, public administrations and social entities.

R&D&I

You will have access to public funding programmes and will be able to collaborate with universities, technology centres and companies.

Visibility

You will spread the word about your brand through our face-to-face events, virtual events and social networks.

OUR PARTNERS

They are already part of Zinnae

NEWS

Discover our latest news

CircInWater partnership begins its work

ZINNAE coordinates one of the 30 Eurocluster initiatives selected by the European Commission to lead the triple transition: environmental, digital and resilient.

Aragonese innovation aligned with water and digitalisation

This August, four Aragonese projects that will improve industrial competitiveness and water efficiency, based on the circular economy, digitalisation and energy recovery, were completed.

Exchange of best practices in water management with the Danish government

The Danish government has positioned sustainable water management among its objectives with the 2030 Agenda on the horizon. Therefore, the Danish embassy in Spain requested a meeting with the Aragonese Water Institute of the Government of Aragon to learn about its operation and management strategies. On behalf of the Government of Aragon, the technical secretary general of the Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment, José Luis Castellano, and the director of the Aragonese Water Institute, Dolores Fornals, attended the meeting. The Aragonese Water Cluster, ZINNAE, also participated in the meeting.