Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency

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RE4 is a collaborative research project of 13 partner institutions from science and industry-funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
Post date: 6 Sep 2018
Type: Link

The SCORES project is a newly launched research project supported by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme for Research and Innovation (Call H2020-EEB-2017, Project No. 766464) with a duration of 48 months. The project consortium consists of twelve partners from seven European countries and has a strong industrial character (three SMEs and six LEs), complemented by one university and two research and technology organizations, including TNO.   Tradability and economic benefits
Post date: 9 Mar 2018
Type: News

  by Arla Fytrou-Moschopoulou (Sympraxis Team)    
Post date: 11 Nov 2017
Type: News

  On 27 October 2017, the European Commission announced how it will allocate €30 billion of the EU research and innovation funding programme Horizon 2020 during 2018-2020, including €2.7 billion to kick-start a European Innovation Council.  
Post date: 27 Oct 2017
Type: News

  On 27 October 2017, the European Commission presented the final Work Programme for Horizon 2020, covering the budgetary years 2018, 2019 and 2020.   The 2018-2020 Work Programme builds on the success of Horizon 2020 so far, and takes account of the extensive interim evaluation of the programme. The Work Programme also responds to the European Commission's political prioritiesand paves the way for its successor programme.  
Post date: 27 Oct 2017
Type: Publication

  On 27 October 2017, the European Commission presented the final Work Programme for Horizon 2020, covering the budgetary years 2018, 2019 and 2020.   The 2018-2020 Work Programme builds on the success of Horizon 2020 so far, and takes account of the extensive interim evaluation of the programme. The Work Programme also responds to the European Commission's political priorities and paves the way for its successor programme.  
Post date: 27 Oct 2017
Type: Publication

The European Commission, as part of the "Smart Finance for Smart Buildings" initiative, is organising a series of “Sustainable Energy Investment Forums” (SEI Forums) aiming to enhance the capacity of and co-operation between public and private stakeholders to develop large-scale investment programmes and financing schemes. These Forums will consist of more than 30 events in up to 15 Member States in 2016-2019.  
Post date: 19 Oct 2017
Type: Publication

More than 40 new projects have been launched with a funding of about €96M under the Energy Efficiency Call for Proposals 2016 as part of Horizon 2020’s energy challenge for secure, clean and efficient energy for Europe.   The new projects aim at:  
Post date: 23 May 2017
Type: News

  The Horizon 2020 COMBI project aims at quantifying the multiple non-energy benefits of energy efficiency in the EU-28 area. It will gather existing approaches and evidence from the EU area and develop modelling approaches. Finally, it will come up with consolidated data on different impacts of end-use energy efficiency such as:  
Post date: 8 May 2017
Type: Link

The EU-funded project ExcEED – standing for “European Energy Efficient building district Database”-, promises to establish a robust and durable return of knowledge mechanism collecting actual buildings energy performance data and providing information to designers, energy managers and policy makers  
Post date: 7 Apr 2017
Type: Link