This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Coordination & Research and Innovation Action under Grant Agreement No 785047.
The INDUCE project will deliver a methodology for the implementation of capacity building programmes in energy efficiency based on a Human-Centered Design approach, leading to the ad-hoc design of training courses and interventions that align the motivation of involved actors with an energy efficiency culture.
1-To develop through Human - Centered Design approach and adaptable methodology for the design and implementation of capacity building programmes.
2-To identify general needs, requirements and motivations in the F&B and agro-food sector as well as best practices and transfer them to the projects's audience.
3-To define interventions, adapt tools and produce guidelines that will be made available to an audience of over 15.000 companies and 100.000 stakeholders to increase their capabilities in implementing energy efficiency.
4-To unlock the implementation of more than 400 measures on energy efficiency, leveraging a poetential for energy savings up to 106 GWh/ year through the provision of ad-hoc recommendations and behaviour change.
5-To establish change in the mind - set of all actors in the companies for the inclusion of energy efficiency.
6-To create INDUCE community of trainers for the implementation of INDUCE methodology in at least 300 companies within Spain, France, The Netherlands and Germany.
7-To make available the capacity building programmes and other results developed in the project through INDUCE platform and by the definition of business plans adapted to the products and partners of the consortium.
8-To influence national programmes and correct existing barriers for the implementation of INDUCE interventions and training for the F&B and agro-food sector.
The INDUCE project will deliver a methodology for the implementation of capacity building programmes in energy efficiency based on a Human-Centered Design approach.
Leading to the ad-hoc design of training courses and interventions that align the motivation of involved actors with an energy efficiency culture.
INDUCE will implement this methodology in 15 pilot and 300 replication companies from the F&B and agro-food sector, which will allow a behaviour change in up to 5.355 employees and the implementation of at least 400 effective energy efficiency measures, thus leveraging a potential for energy savings of about 106 GWh/year.
- CIRCE Foundation (Centre of Research for Energy Resources and Consumption)
- TNO (Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research)
- Fraunhofer Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Angewandten Forschung E.V. (FHISI)
- Spanish Food and Drink Industry Federation (FIAB)
Start date: 1 February 2018 - End date: 31 July 2020