Compact bio-based thermal energy storage for buildings
Post date: 15 avr 2020
Democratizing energy markets through the introduction of innovative flexibility-based demand response tools and novel business and market models for energy cooperatives
A Demand Response tool suite and framework enabling energy cooperatives to become aggregators
Post date: 7 avr 2020
Background – Why the EU heating stock needs to change
Post date: 20 mar 2020
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CLEAR 2.0 (enabling Consumers to Learn about, Engage with and Adopt Renewable energy technologies) specifically addressed the main barriers to investing in renewable energy technologies and helped improve consumer awareness and behaviour, while also working on creating favourable long-term policies for consumers.
Post date: 11 fév 2020
Utility Business Model Transformation through human-centric behavioural interventions and ICT tools for Energy Efficiency
Post date: 11 déc 2019
Energy Efficiency Compliant Products 3
EEPLIANT3 (Energy Efficiency Compliant Products 2018) is a pan-EU Concerted Action on market surveillance aiming to achieve impacts in line with the objectives of the Horizon 2020 ― Work Programme 2018-2020 Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy. The project is funded by the European Union under the Horizon 2020 framework with duration from June 2019 until May 2023.
Post date: 11 déc 2019
Post date: 4 déc 2019
Less than 2% of properties sold in Ireland between January 2017 and October 2018 were A rated – the highest energy efficient rating for homes – despite many technologies available to upgrade homes. And just 11% of dishwashers and 14% of fridges sold in 2018 in Spain were of the highest A+++ energy rating for appliances. The findings come from a project called CONSEED, which investigates what encourages people to buy energy efficient appliances, houses and cars.
Post date: 31 juil 2019
ASSIST is a 3-year H2020 project that started in 2017. It is implemented in six countries: Italy, Spain, UK, Poland, Finland and Belgium.
The idea is to contribute to tackle energy poverty through operators with integrated competencies.
Post date: 15 juil 2019
The successful story of the first EU funded CLEAR project (IEE 13-588) – enabling Consumers to Learn about, Engage with and Adopt Renewable energy technologies - continued from September 2017 with Clear 2.0. It actively guides consumers through all the stages leading to the purchase of domestic renewable and low-carbon energy technologies. It has the objective to enable consumers to become more aware, active players, to save money and to easily become “prosumers”.
Post date: 9 avr 2019