Future Health Sustainable Energy Solutions Smart City and

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Innovative Cities
The vision for the INKA programme
 Internationally attractive innovation clusters based on
top-notch talent are created in Finland as a result of
cooperation between cities and the State.
 The innovation clusters include companies aiming for
growth that are capable of creating brand-new
products and services for the international market.
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National themes of the INKA programme
Sustainable
Energy Solutions
Development
environments
Future Health
Smart City and
Renewable
Industry
Trailblazing markets
Bioeconomy
International networks
Cybersecurity
World-class expertise
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INKA themes: Responsibilities and partners
OULU
Kuopio
VAASA
Helsinki
Metropolitan area
Turku
Sustainable
Energy Solutions
Future Health
TAMPERE
Smart City and
Renewable
Industry
Turku
Tampere
JOENSUU
JYVÄSKYLÄ
Helsinki
Metropolitan area
Jyväskylä
Seinäjoki
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Pori
Oulu
Lahti
Bioeconomy
Lappeenranta
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Cybersecurity
Tasks of the INKA programme
 To establish attractive hubs – a sense of community
for entrepreneurs, innovators and change agents
 To utilise the best expertise and strengths of the cities
 To create new companies based on expertise
 To renew companies’ business activities
 To accelerate the implementation of innovations
 To pave the way for innovative solutions to enter the
international market
 To facilitate cooperation between users, companies
and public players and the piloting of solutions in
genuine development and experimental
environments.
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Future Health
 Self-care solutions, innovative procurement, marketing,
start-up ecosystem for growth companies, invest-in
cooperation
 Supports Ministry of Social Affairs and Health goals for
the specialisation of five planned special areas of
responsibility
 Implementation responsibility: Oulu
 Partners: Kuopio, Helsinki Metropolitan area, Tampere,
Turku
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Sustainable Energy Solutions
 Wind power and wind turbines, smart grids and
dispersed energy production, liquefied natural gas
 Smart electric grid in Palosaari (Vaasa)
 Skinnarila Green Campus, Smart Grid, waste-free
world in Lappeenranta
 All-electric society in Pori, Energy Lab development
platform, Kvarken demo-ship, and wind energy in the
Arctic regions
 Implementation responsibility: Vaasa
 Partners: Lappeenranta, Pori
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Cybersecurity
 Helps Finnish enterprises expand to new business
areas of cybersecurity and strengthens expertise in the
sector in Finland
 Implementation responsibility: Jyväskylä
 No partners at this point
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Bioeconomy
 Efficient biomass procurement and logistics, high
level of refinement for bioproducts and products
derived from them, smart and eco-efficient living and
construction, food system, demonstration platforms at
the heart of the system
 Implementation responsibility: Joensuu
 Partners: Jyväskylä, Seinäjoki
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Smart City and Renewable Industry
 Smart construction (wood construction, zero-energy
construction), transportation, infrastructure, safe
urban life and innovation world, smart industry.
 Implementation responsibility: Tampere
 Partners: Lahti, Oulu, Helsinki Metropolitan area,
Turku
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Facts about the INKA programme
 Implementation in 2014-2020
 Ministry of Employment and the Economy selected
the participating cities in a two-stage application
process in summer and autumn 2013
 Financing is approx. EUR 30 million/year (State: EUR
10 million, cities: EUR 10 million, ERDF: some EUR
10 million)
 Management responsibility: Tekes
 Responsibility for preparation of the programme lies
with a working group appointed by the Ministry of
Employment and the Economy.
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12-2013
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