As is stated in the Digital Europe – EDIH Work Program 2021-2023/10.11.21 document the digital technologies are profoundly changing our daily life, our way of working and foing business, our way to understand and use our natural resources and environment and the way we interact, communicate and educate ourselves.

This is why the von der Leyen Commission has presented an ambitious strategy on shaping Europe’s digital future on 19 February 2020. The EU’s Digital Strategy aims to make this transformation work for people and businesses, while helping to achieve its target of a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. The DEP is designed to bridge the gap between digital technology research and market deployment, supporting the EU’s twin objectives of a green transition and digital transformation while strengthening the Union’s resilience and digital sovereignty.
The Climate policy of the EC is one of the considered ones in the design, preparation, implementation and evaluation of each program.
European Digital Innovation Hub Zagore – Synergy for Green Regional Digital Transformation of Southeast
region of Bulgaria
EDIH Zagore shall be boosted as a capacity through SynGReDiT project, geographically covers South-East Region (SER), NUTS II of Bulgaria, consists of 4 NUTS III districts – Burgas, Sliven, Stara Zagora, and Yambol. The administrative centers of Burgas and Stara Zagora are among the 6 biggest cities in Bulgaria.
EDIH Zagore: brings under “one roof” and coordinate the services between all participants: users/customers, partners, subcontractors; managing and controlling the associated value streams; focusing on the core service and also group all activities for user-oriented development; delivery the core ecosystem values – derive from the overall focus and efficiency and are measurable and beneficial to all involved; ensure providing of all resources such as premises, building technology, hardware/software infrastructure and services through the solid base of its members and services providers. Users of the EDIH’s services delivering their specific requirements actually will participate in the development of basic services by their demand and feedback.