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19 Oct 2016
19 October, 2016 - Ecorys, commissioned by the European Commission,  conducted a study on the financing models for public services in the European Union and their impact on competition. The objective of this study is to assess how public services are financed and when those arrangements may create competition problems.  
12 Oct 2016
12 October, 2016 - On Friday, the 7th October, Ecorys expert Johan Gille presented business opportunities and challenges for Arctic Shipping as a consequence of climate change and Arctic ice melt, in a session organised by ICE-ARC and EUPolarNet.
10 Oct 2016
10 October, 2016 - Over the past year, Ecorys and its partners MRAG and S.Pro have assessed the specific challenges faces by coastal and island tourism, and marinas. Key findings of the study included a list of major exogenous drivers affecting current business models, the challenges this create, but also a roadmap for implementing innovative new and more robust business strategies in the sector. The study is based on extensive research and a large set of case studies from across Europe.
06 Oct 2016
6 October, 2016 - On behalf of the European Commission and DG ENER, Ecorys will conduct a study that is aimed at the support of the selection process of PCI (projects of common interest) candidates of cross-border carbon dioxide networks. Ecorys will, together with Ramboll, set up an in-depth CBA methodology for PCI selection in the context of cross-border CO2 infrastructure in the EU.
06 Oct 2016
6 October, 2016 - European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) has already published the results of the international comparative study conducted in 2013-2015: “The application of learning outcomes approaches across Europe. A comparative study”. The project was implemented by the research consortium led by ECORYS Polska in cooperation with the European Institute of Educational and Social Policy (EIESP) and WYG PSDB. 
04 Oct 2016
- PRESS RELEASE - 4 October, 2016 - Selective investment in Dutch retail properties promises to generate solid income returns and capital appreciation for investors looking to diversify their European portfolios, a study commissioned by the Association of Institutional Property Investors in The Netherlands (IVBN) concludes.
03 Oct 2016
3 October, 2016 - Ecorys is delighted to announce the appointment of Marien van Riessen (52) as Managing Director of Ecorys Nederland as per October 1, 2016. With a long track record in management consulting and a strong professional network focussed on financial services, Marien brings a highly relevant blend of commercial and management experience to Ecorys.    
03 Oct 2016
03 October, 2016 - Construction and demolition waste (CDW) represent around 25% - 30% of all waste generated in the EU. Although EU and national policy makers have already put in place a strong policy framework, there is still room for improvement. This is particularly important if we consider the high potential of a re-use market where processed CDW can be used as inputs (secondary resources or materials).
27 Sep 2016
27 October, 2016 - Within the context of the future European energy and climate ambitions, (advanced) biofuels play an important role in the transition towards a competitive low carbon European economy in 2050. The European Commission (DG Research & Innovation) commissioned an Ecorys-led consortium to assess the potential for advanced biofuels in a mid-term (2030) and long-term (2050) perspective, taking into account the role of research and innovation.
15 Sep 2016
15 September, 2016 - Navigation through the Arctic becomes a reality as climate change continues and Arctic ice sheets diminish. As part of the EU funded research project ICE-ARC, Ecorys together with Lancaster University has developed scenarios for shipping through the Arctic. This has implications for emissions like Black Carbon that create feedback loops triggering even faster climate change.