Welcome to greenXpo

Your eco-innovation knowledge source

The greenXpo project, which operated from 2013-2015, aimed at faster and wider uptake and exploitation of technological as well as non-technological eco-innovations, in addition to good policy measures related to eco-innovation.


In addition to pooling knowledge on a single online portal at, the project set out to proactively promoting the available knowledge to policy makers, enterprises and society.

What made the greenXpo approach unique?

  • greenXpo brought together for the first time eco-innovation knowledge from different areas such as technologies, services, business models, processes, and policies in a holistic one-stop shop
  • greenXpo used a common methodology to feature knowledge from all areas
  • greenXpo presented eco-innovation knowledge in a user-centred, intuitive and easy-to-navigate manner, focusing on the functionality of each piece of knowledge at
  • greenXpo combined an online virtual knowledge library with real life as well as web-based events and activities to promote knowledge to potential users

greenXpo was coordinated by the German public agency JUELICH and backed by a balanced group of eco-innovation experts, multipliers and communication professionals from six European countries plus Taiwan.

The greenXpo eco-innovation knowledge portal can be accessed at, the source for eco-innovation best practice cases and material as well as your interface to the eco-innovation community.


List of partners

Projektträger Jülich


Greenovate! Europe



Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production


Technopolis Group (Belgium)


Lahti Region Development LADEC Ltd


SP Technical Research Institute Sweden


Association of Regional Development Agencies - EURADA


ICLEI European Secreteriat


National Cheng Kung University - NCKU



GreenXpo stands for “Professional promotion of eco-innovation knowledge through an integrated expertise platform for policy makers, SMEs and the public in view of boosting the Green Economy”. It was a support action co-funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme of Research and Technological Development (FP7) and ran from 1 June 2013 until 31 May 2015.

Dr. Karen Böhme
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
+49 30 20199-481

Projektträger Jülich, Geschäftsstelle Berlin
Project Management Juelich
Zimmerstr. 26/27
10969 Berlin


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 603696