About Metal Industry and Renewable Energy Cluster of Kosovo (MIRECK)
Who are we?
The cluster status is a non-profit association that is funded primarily by its members.
The cluster founders are representatives of the sectors renewable energy and metal industry operating in the Republic of Kosovo. Headquarters of MIRECK are in Prishtina.
To strengthen the business community through R&D, product promotion, networking, and capacity building by utilising resources from the Academia and the government in order to create the right synergies that will aid the development of the companies in metal sector, renewable energy sector and innovation in general.
MIRECK shall help in creating a more conducive environment for the MIRECK development, by supporting establishment of standards, education opportunities, and by advocating with the Government to ensure the attractiveness of the sector in terms of both new businesses and investment.
Development of the businesses by making them more innovative and improving their service quality, productivity, and efficiency.
Enhancing competitiveness and encourage cooperation between domestic and international companies in order to boost innovation and therefore offer qualitative products and services in national and international markets mainly in metal and renewable energy sectors.
Strengthen the business community in metal and renewable energy sector and businesses engaged in innovation.
Aid the development of new technologies and processes that increase the capacity and efficiency of production and services provision.
Support the expansion of the cluster with new members and develop the dialog between its members and the relevant institutions cooperating with the cluster.
Support and develop R&D and quality infrastructure for products and services provided by the cluster companies.
Lobby when possible and support cluster member’s interest in the field of legislation and other related issues.
Promote employment and capacity building of students and young professionals
Promote non-gender discrimination and youth employment among cluster members