Consumer, prosumer and citizen energy community

  • Self-sufficient humidity to electricity Innovative Radiant Adsorption System Toward Net Zero Energy Buildings

    Project dates: 01. Nov 2019 - 31. Oct 2023

    Objective

    "The SSHARE project will develop innovative self-sufficient envelope for buildings aimed at net zero energy, thereby contributing to the European technology and creativity through joint R&D and R&I multisectoral and international cooperation activities supported by knowledge sharing. Envelope is a combination of two breaking through technologies HUNTER-Humidity to Electricity Convertor and Advanced Radiant Panel for Buildings that will cool or heat the building depending on the time of year imitating perspiration of living beings using only atmospheric humidity as both thermal and electric energy supply. Successful realization of the project is assured by implementing a coordinated network of knowledge sharing in materials science, chemistry and mechanical engineering; by solidifying the state-of-the-art understanding in nanoelectronics and energy efficiency, and by applying bottom-up nanoengineering approaches via an international and inter-sector collaboration of highly qualified researchers from Portugal, Spain, Ukraine, Belarus, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and intergovernmental organization Joint Institute for Nuclear Research Russian Federation. Both technological (panels fabrication) and fundamental (renewable energy) issues will be assessed by this multidisciplinary consortium. The successful realization of the project will lead to substantiated principles for the development of a new generation of building materials and hence to the creation of net zero building. Within the SSHARE project, the consortium will implement research/innovation activities by means of secondments and organizing training courses, workshops and summer schools aimed at sharing knowledge, acquiring new skills and developing the careers of the consortium members. Sharing the culture of research and innovation, the SSHARE project will allow applying recent advancements in nanotechnology science and mechanical engineering to address ""Plus Energy Houses"" EU 2050 concept."

    Impact

    Power technology providers

    NANOTECHCENTER LLC

    Partners

    Number of partners: 11

    Site numbers:

    Research & Innovation

    V.E. LASHKARYOV INSTITUTE OF SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF UKRAINE

    TAJIK TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER ACADEMICIAN M OSIMI

    BELARUSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY

    DONETSK INSTITUTE FOR PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING NAMED AFTER O.O. GALKIN OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCESS OF UKRAINE

    NATIONAL NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTER CJSC UNDER MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATIONS AND HIGH TECHNOLOGIES OF THE REPUBLIC OF AZERBAIJAN

    ION-PLAZMA VA LAZER TEXNOLOGIYALARI INSTITUTI - INSTITUTE OF ION-PLASMA AND LASER TECHNOLOGIES OF UZBEKISTAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IP&LT

    Blueorizon - Projectos de Engenharia, Unipessoal, Lda

    COFAC COOPERATIVA DE FORMACAO E ANIMACAO CULTURAL CRL

    UNIVERSITAT DE LES ILLES BALEARS

    JOINT INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEAR RESEARCH

    NOVA ID FCT - ASSOCIACAO PARA A INOVACAO E DESENVOLVIMENTO DA FCT

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • HOME INTEGRATED RENOVATION ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR VULNERABLE DISTRICTS

    Project dates: 10. May 2019 - 09. May 2022

    Objective

    HIROSS4all Project will develop and implement an innovative integrated home renovation service (IHRS) for private residential buildings in two districts in the Basque Country (Spain) and subsequently replicated within the region. The project develops an economically viable business model that brings together active citizen engagement and an innovative financial instrument, making the service suitable for vulnerable populations. The local one-stop-shop pilots will be managed and coordinated by the Basque Government. Specific objectives:
    -Foster energy efficiency building upgrades, on vulnerable districts.
    -Minimize logistical, financial, administrative and legal burdens caused by a complex and multi-stakeholder home renovation process
    -Ensure that building retrofits consider the social dimension by incorporating security, comfort, and improved accessibility for Basque citizens to further improve the quality of life of vulnerable population.
    -Design a scalable operating model to the district offices, and ensure the replicability of the one-stop-shop service, at both the Basque Country and the EU-level.
    -Create strong and reliable public-private partnerships for the provision of the service.
    - Identify and overcome regional-local collaboration barriers inherent to home renovation services.
    -Increase homeowner and regional partner awareness of the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, including health, wellbeing, comfort, job creation and energy poverty alleviation.
    For achieving this issue a consortium consisting on 9 partners (GV, EVE, GNE, DEBEGESA, VVMM, FEDARENE, ZABALA, G6 and HOUSING-EU) has been assigned. It is a well-balanced group with different backgrounds and complementary expertise and skills, covering the full value chain.

    Impact

    DEPARTAMENTO DE PLANIFICACION TERRITORIAL, VIVIENDA Y TRANSPORTES. GOBIERNO VASCO

    Partners

    Number of partners: 8

    Site numbers:

    DEBA BEHEKO GARAPEN EKONOMIKORAKO ELKARTEA - SOCIEDAD PARA EL DESARROLLO ECONOMICO DEL BAJO DEBA SA

    COMITE EUROPEEN DE COORDINATION DE L'HABITAT SOCIAL AISBL

    ZABALA INNOVATION CONSULTING, S.A.

    FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES AGENCES ET DES REGIONS POUR L'ENERGIE ET L'ENVIRONNEMENT

    GLOBAL NEW ENERGY FINANCES SL

    SEIKAZ COMUNICACION SL

    VIVIENDAS MUNICIPALES DE BILBAO ORGANISMO AUTONOMO LOCAL

    ENTE VASCO DE LA ENERGIA

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • PROSumers for the Energy Union: mainstreaming active participation of citizens in the energy transition

    Project dates: 01. Mar 2018 - 28. Feb 2021

    Objective

    PROSEU aims to enable the mainstreaming of the prosumer phenomenon into the European Energy Union. Prosumers are active energy users who both consume and produce renewable energy (RE). The growth of prosumerism all over Europe challenges current energy market structures and institutions. PROSEU research will look into new business models, market regulations, infrastructural integration, technology scenarios and energy policies. PROSEU’s interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary team will closely work together with RE Prosumer Initiatives (15 Living Labs), policymakers and other stakeholders from eight countries, following a quasi-experimental approach to learn how prosumer communities, start-ups and businesses are dealing with their own challenges, and to determine what incentive structures will enable the mainstreaming of RE Prosumerism, while safeguarding citizen participation, inclusiveness and transparency. Moving beyond a case by case and fragmented body of research on prosumers, PROSEU will build an integrated knowledge framework for a socio-political, socioeconomic, business and financial, technological, socio-technical and sociocultural understanding of RE prosumerism and coalesce in a comprehensive identification and assessment of incentive structures to enable the process of mainstreaming RE prosumers in the context of the energy transition.

    Impact

    FCIENCIAS.ID - ASSOCIACAO PARA A INVESTIGACAO E DESENVOLVIMENTO DE CIENCIAS

    Partners

    Number of partners: 10

    Site numbers:

    ASOCIACION ECO-UNION

    INSTITUT FUR OKOLOGISCHE WIRTSCHAFTSFORSCHUNG GMBH

    CLIENTEARTH

    LEUPHANA UNIVERSITAT LUNEBURG

    UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS

    CE - ONDERZOEK, ADVIES ENCONSULTANCY VOOR DUURZAAMHEID BV

    UNIVERSIDADE DO PORTO

    ICLEI EUROPEAN SECRETARIAT GMBH (ICLEI EUROPASEKRETARIAT GMBH)

    DUTCH RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR TRANSITIONS BV

    SVEUCILISTE U ZAGREBU, FAKULTET STROJARSTVA I BRODOGRADNJE

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • Fostering Sustainable Living cities

    Project dates: 13. May 2019 - 12. Aug 2022

    Objective

    FEASIBLE focuses on the fostering of actions for the energy efficiency upgrading of residential and public buildings in the municipalities of the Parma Province. The target audience of the project are the owners and renters of apartments pertaining to a same condominium as well as owners/managers of public living-assisted places. For what concerns the private sector, the project makes explicit reference to the recent tax incentive measures put in place by the Italian state to substantially improve the deep renovation of the multifamily buildings. In this framework FEASIBLE intends fostering the penetration of these measures through targeted support actions like a consensus building process addressed to the apartment owners living in these buildings and the institution of a one-shot stop facility to provide institutional, legal and technical support to the citizens and the building (condominium) managers interested to improve the energy efficiency of their living places. As for the public sector FEASIBLE aims at improving the energy efficiency of the real estate asset managed by public company of the Parma Municipality that takes care of elder and in need people. This will happen through the development of a set of energy efficiency interventions (cogeneration, trigeneration, replacement of lighting facilities, energy service management) constituting a benchmark and a reference standard for their possible replication in other structures of this type. The consortium is led by the Parma Municipality with 6 partners all based in Italy. Total effort is 135,75 with a budget of 1,070 k€ in 30 months. The expected leverage factor is greater than 15 with an expected total investment of, at least, 16,6 M€.

    Impact

    COMUNE DI PARMA

    Partners

    Number of partners: 5

    Site numbers:

    ISTITUTO DI STUDI PER L'INTEGRAZIONE DEI SISTEMI (I.S.I.S) - SOCIETA'COOPERATIVA

    AICARDI MARCO

    AGENZIA TERRITORIALE PER L'ENERGIAE LA SOSTENIBILITA DI PARMA

    AD PERSONAM AZIENDA DI SERVIZI ALLAPERSONA DEL COMUNE DI PARMA

    PANZAVOLTA ANDREA

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • Integrated tool for empowering public authorities in the development of sustainable plans for low carbon heating and cooling

    Project dates: 01. Oct 2016 - 31. Jan 2020

    Objective

    Public bodies face the lack of appropriate easy-to-use tools to support them in the definition, simulation and evaluation of suitable strategies for sustainable heating and cooling tailored to local conditions for achieving the ambitious targets set-up in their local plans. In light of this, PLANHEAT main objective is to develop and demonstrate an integrated and easy-to-use tool which will support local authorities (cities and regions) in selecting, simulating and comparing alternative low carbon and economically sustainable scenarios for heating and cooling that will include the integration of alternative supply solutions (from a panel of advanced key technologies for the new heating and cooling supply) that could balance the forecasted demand. The PLANHEAT integrated tool will be designed to support local authorities in 1) mapping the potential of locally available low carbon energy sources (with specific reference to available RES and waste energy recoverable at urban and industrial level) 2) mapping the forecasted demand for heating and cooling 3) define and simulate alternative environmentally friendly scenarios based on district heating and cooling as well as highly efficient cogeneration systems matching the forecasted demand, levering on the use of RES and waste energy sources and with proven economic viability 4) understanding the interactions of these new scenarios with the existing infrastructures and networks (among which district heating and cooling gas, electricity, sewage, transportation) and identify potential for further extension and upgrade of district heating and cooling networks 5) evaluate the benefits (in terms of energetic, economic and environmental KPIs) that the adoption of the new scenarios will generate against the current situation (i.e., baseline). Moreover sound training and replication strategies involving a number of other public authorities have been set-up towards the empowerment of the expected project impacts.

    Impact

    RINA CONSULTING SPA

    Partners

    Number of partners: 12

    Site numbers:

    STAD ANTWERPEN

    VLAAMSE INSTELLING VOOR TECHNOLOGISCH ONDERZOEK N.V.

    FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION

    CITTA DI LECCE*COMUNE DI LECCE

    GRAD VELIKA GORICA

    EUROHEAT & POWER

    GEONARDO ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIESLTD

    REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE -REC

    ETHNIKO ASTEROSKOPEIO ATHINON

    ARTELYS

    TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT

    SVEUCILISTE U ZAGREBU, FAKULTET STROJARSTVA I BRODOGRADNJE

    Key Exploitable Results

    • TRL

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  • Building-integrated photovoltaic technologies and systems for large-scale market deployment

    Project dates: 01. Jan 2016 - 30. Jun 2020

    Objective

    Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is currently an expansive market. Market analysts estimate a compound annual growth rate of 18,7% and a total of 5,4 GW installed worldwide between 2013 and 2019. One of the main drivers for BIPV market growth in the EU is the increasingly demanding legislation related to energy performance in buildings. The large potential for energy savings in buildings led the EU Commission to adopt the 2010/31/EU Directive on the energy performance of buildings with the objective that all new buildings are Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) by 2020. Renewable energy technologies, and in particular the integration of photovoltaic systems in the building environment offer many possibilities to play a key role within the NZEB scenario.

    Despite this favorable framework for BIPV technology market uptake, initial estimations of BIPV market growth have been subsequently overestimated in the past few years. A series of demands from the stakeholders which have not been properly addressed by the BIPV value chain are the cause for this deviation. These key requirements are mainly related to the flexibility in design and aesthetics considerations, lack of tools integrating PV and building performance, demonstration of long-term reliability of the technology, compliance with legal regulations, smart interaction with the grid and cost effectiveness. Within this context:

    The objective of PVSITES project is to drive BIPV technology to a large market deployment by demonstrating an ambitious portfolio of building-integrated solar technologies and systems, giving a forceful, reliable answer to the market requirements identified by the industrial members of the consortium in their day-to-day activity. High impact demonstration and dissemination actions will be accomplished in terms of cost-effective renewable generation, reduction of energy demands and smart energy management.

    Impact

    FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION

    Partners

    Number of partners: 14

    Site numbers:

    CADCAMATION KMR SA

    WIRTSCHAFT UND INFRASTRUKTUR GMBH & CO PLANUNGS KG

    Film Optics Ltd

    BEAR HOLDING BV

    COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES

    FLISOM AG

    VILOGIA SA

    CENTRO TECNOLOGICO DA CERAMICA E DO VIDRO

    BUREAU D'ARCHITECTES FORMAT D2 SPRL

    CRISTALES CURVADOS SA

    ONYX SOLAR ENERGY SL

    R2M SOLUTION SRL

    ACCIONA CONSTRUCCION SA

    NOBATEK INEF 4

    Key Exploitable Results

    • TRL

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  • Data-driven decision-support to increase energy efficiency through renovation in European building stock.

    Project dates: 01. Jul 2019 - 31. Dec 2021

    Objective

    While EU policy assigns a primary role to Energy Efficiency (EE), the lack of a holistic understanding of the impact of EE investments has hindered its integration in the policy-making process. Coordination between demand and supply side of energy policy is not targeted, and there is need to gather the evidence on the benefits of EE in ecological and socio-economic terms as well as on its interactions with the broader policy context and energy market. The EERAdata project aims to address this challenge by supporting policy decisions and related stakeholders with an organic set of instruments to prioritise investments in energy efficiency in the context of the European building stock and its potential for renovation.

    The EERAdata project will develop and test a decision-support tool to help local administrations in the collection and processing of their building and demographic data towards an assessment and prioritization of EE measures in planning, renovating and constructing buildings. The tool will be operationalized through a software application capable of merging data from various sources, formats and fields, which will then model and assess the impact of energy efficiency investment in buildings across several categories of impact, and against a range of supply-side measures.

    Partner municipalities will participate to the design of the tool and test its application in regional pilots. The pilots will be part of a wider process of stakeholder engagement aimed at ensuring the usefulness of the different instruments, their applicability across different geographical and economic contexts, and its adoption beyond the life-span of the project. To this end, the project team will establish regional networks of stakeholders centred around the partner municipalities. These networks will be engaged throughout the project to bridge the gap between demand- and supply-side of energy policy.

    Impact

    TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET MUENCHEN

    Partners

    Number of partners: 8

    Site numbers:

    MESTNA OBCINA VELENJE

    KOBENHAVNS KOMMUNE

    ZAVOD ENERGETSKA AGENCIJA ZA SAVINJSKO SALESKO IN KOROSKO

    DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET

    TRILATERAL RESEARCH LTD

    ITTI SP ZOO

    COLEGIO OFICIAL DE ARQUITECTOS DE MALAGA

    AGENCIA ANDALUZA DE LA ENERGIA

    Key Exploitable Results

    • TRL

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  • Integrated and Replicable Solutions for Co-Creation in Sustainable Cities

    Project dates: 01. Oct 2017 - 31. Mar 2023

    Objective

    The IRIS project supports the Lighthouse cities of Utrecht (NL), Göteborg (SE) and Nice Côte d’Azur (FR) and their Follower cities Vaasa (FI), Alexandroupolis (GR), Santa Cruz de Tenerife (ES), and Focsani (RO) to address their urgent need to deliver energy and mobility services in their cities that are cheaper, better accessible, reliable, and that contribute to a better and more sustainable urban quality of life.
    By demonstrating smart solutions that integrate energy, mobility and ict, rooted in a City Innovation Platform, IRIS quantifies their value, and connects interests of many different stakeholders in innovative business models, allowing for upscale and replication of integrated solutions for sustainable cities across Europe and world-wide.
    To achieve this, IRIS works along five Transition Tracks based on common challenges, encompassing 16 integrated solutions that cities can mix and match according to their characteristics and district specific needs. Track 1, 2 and 3 enhance energy efficiency and utilize grid flexibility by balancing supply and demand dynamically and by 2nd life battery and V2G storage, to allow increase of renewable energy production and roll-out of e-cars and e-buses. Track 4 supports this by data sharing, a common architecture, use of standards, and governance practices accelerating innovation, standardisation and implementation of affordable smart applications. Track 5 integrates interdisciplinary citizen engagement and co-creation in Tracks 1 to 4, connecting the needs of end-users with those of other stakeholders, in further support of innovative business models.
    The expected impacts of IRIS are an open innovation ecosystem motivating citizens to act as prosumers; more effective urban planning and governance of integrated solutions; exploitation of validated innovative business models based on multi-stakeholder collaboration; more stable, secure and affordable energy and mobility services for citizens, with improved air quality.

    Impact

    GEMEENTE UTRECHT

    Partners

    Number of partners: 45

    Site numbers:

    RIKSBYGGEN EKONOMISK FORENING

    ENECO ZAKELIJK BV

    VEOLIA INNOVE

    VAASAN YLIOPISTO

    ENEDIS

    • Partner
    • ENEDIS
    • France
    • Budget: 0

    METRY AB

    • Partner
    • METRY AB
    • Sweden
    • Budget: 196, 096.25

    INSTITUTUL NATIONAL DE CERCETARE-DEZVOLTARE PENTRU ENERGIE ICEMENERG-BUCURESTI

    UNIVERSITE COTE D'AZUR

    ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS

    STICHTING HOGESCHOOL VOOR DE KUNSTEN UTRECHT

    STEDIN NETBEHEER BV

    METROPOLE NICE COTE D'AZUR

    ASOCIACION CLUSTER CONSTRUCCION SOSTENIBLE

    ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE

    TYRENS AB

    • Partner
    • TYRENS AB
    • Sweden
    • Budget: 253, 290.625

    QBUZZ B.V.

    • Partner
    • QBUZZ B.V.
    • Netherlands
    • Budget: 121, 047.5

    VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL

    MINICIPALITY OF ALEXANDROUPOLIS

    ENECO CONSUMENTEN BV

    RISE RESEARCH INSTITUTES OF SWEDEN AB

    HSB GOTEBORG EK FOR

    AYUNTAMIENTO DE SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE

    ENERGY HIVE SYSTADA EPICHEIRISEON ENERGEIAS KAI FYSIKON PORON ANATOLIKIS MAKEDONIAS KAI THRAKIS

    VAASAN KAUPUNKI

    NEXIMMO 96

    AKADEMISKA HUS AKTIEBOLAG

    STICHTING BO-EX 91

    CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DU BATIMENT

    GOTEBORGS KOMMUN

    KONINKLIJKE KPN NV

    ATMOSUD PROVENCE ALPES COTE D'AZUR

    JOHANNEBERG SCIENCE PARK

    CIVITY BV

    • Partner
    • CIVITY BV
    • Netherlands
    • Budget: 273, 447.375

    UNIVERSITATEA POLITEHNICA DIN BUCURESTI

    UNIVERSITEIT UTRECHT

    COTE D'AZUR HABITAT

    ENGIE ENERGIE SERVICES

    VU LOG

    • Partner
    • VU LOG
    • France
    • Budget: 216, 174

    OY MERINOVA AB

    EUROPEAN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION INSTITUTE (ESCI) GGMBH

    MUNICIPIUL FOCSANI

    IMCG SWEDEN AB

    TRIVECTOR TRAFFIC AB

    PARKHUIS LOMBOK

    CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLA AB

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • AmsTErdam BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities

    Project dates: 01. Nov 2019 - 31. Oct 2024

    Objective

    ATELIER is a smart city project that demonstrates Positive Energy Districts (PEDs) within 8 European cities with sustainability and carbon neutrality as guiding ambitions. Amsterdam and Bilbao are the Lighthouse cities that will generate an energy surplus of 1340 MWh of primary energy, prevent 1,7 kt of CO2- and 23 t of NOx-emissions, and invest 156 mln Euros to realise their PEDs. Together with district users, ATELIER will showcase innovative solutions that integrate buildings with smart mobility and energy technologies to create a surplus of energy and balance the local energy system. Bratislava, Budapest, Copenhagen, Krakow, Matosinhos, and Riga are the Fellow cities that will replicate and adapt successful solutions.

    All cities will establish a local PED Innovation Atelier to co-produce locally embedded, smart urban solutions. In the ateliers, the local innovation ecosystem (authorities, industries, knowledge institutes, citizens) is strengthened, enhancing embeddedness and removing any obstacles (legal, financial, social, etc.) for implementation of the smart solutions. The Innovation Ateliers are designed to be self-sustaining and to live on after the project has ended. The ateliers are engines for upscaling solutions within the ATELIER-cities and replication to other EU-cities. ATELIER integrates a high degree of citizen engagement throughout the project, by actively involving local residents (>9000), local initiatives, and energy communities in activities to align technical solutions with citizens’ objectives and behaviour. Each of the cities will develop a City Vision 2050 that creates the roadmap for upscaling the solutions in the long term.

    ATELIER has the ambition to pave the way for “energy positive cities” in Europe. All ATELIER activities will be monitored (socially and technically), and lessons learned are systematically drawn and disseminated to relevant SET-plan groups, city networks, and innovation forums.

    Impact

    GEMEENTE AMSTERDAM

    Partners

    Number of partners: 29

    Site numbers:

    MAANZAAD BV

    • Partner
    • MAANZAAD BV
    • Netherlands
    • Budget: 884, 213.8125

    STEINBEIS INNOVATION GGMBH

    CIVIESCO SRL

    ZABALA INNOVATION CONSULTING, S.A.

    "RIGA MUNICIPAL AGENCY ""RIGA ENERGY AGENCY"""

    HLAVNE MESTO SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY BRATISLAVA

    NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO

    STICHTING AMSTERDAM INSTITUTE FORADVANCED METROPOLITAN SOLUTIONS(AMS)

    DNV NETHERLANDS BV

    FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.

    FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION

    GMINA MIEJSKA KRAKOW - MIASTO NA PRAWACH POWIATU

    CLUSTER DE ENERGIA

    GREENCHOICE BV

    EDWIN OOSTMEIJER PROJEKTONTWIKKELING BV

    TELUR GEOTERMIA Y AGUA SA

    STICHTING WATERNET

    AYUNTAMIENTO DE BILBAO

    SPECTRAL ENTERPRISE BV

    KOBENHAVNS KOMMUNE

    STICHTING HOGESCHOOL VAN AMSTERDAM

    PAUL SCHERRER INSTITUT

    FUNDACION CARTIF

    IBERDROLA ESPANA SA

    UNIVERSIDAD DE LA IGLESIA DE DEUSTO ENTIDAD RELIGIOSA

    MUNICIPIO DE MATOSINHOS

    STICHTING WAAG SOCIETY

    ENTE VASCO DE LA ENERGIA

    BUDAPEST FOVAROS ONKORMANYZATA

    Key Exploitable Results

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  • Sharing Cities

    Project dates: 01. Jan 2016 - 31. Dec 2021

    Objective

    Sharing Cities has four key objectives.
    1) To achieve scale in the European smart cities market by proving that properly designed smart city solutions, based around common needs, can be integrated in complex urban environments. This will be done in a way that exhibits their true potential and allows for the significant scale-up and consequent increase in social, economic and environmental value.
    2) Adopt a digital first approach which proves the extent to which ICT integration can improve and connect up existing infrastructure, as well as the design and running of new city infrastructure. This will also allow for the creation of a new set of next stage digital services which will help citizens make better and beneficial choices around energy efficiency and mobility, which when scaled up will enhance the city’s ability to hit key targets for mobility, housing, energy efficiency and resilience, and economic development.
    3) Accelerate the market to understand, develop and trial business, investment and governance models, essential for the true aggregation and replication (through collaboration) of smart city solutions in cities of different sizes and maturities. In doing this, we intend to accelerate the pace by which we make transformative improvements, and enhance sustainability in communities.
    4) Share and collaborate for society: to respond to increasing demand for participation; to enhance mechanisms for citizens’ engagement; to improve local governments capacity for policy making and service delivery through collaboration and co-design; resulting in outcomes that are better for citizens, businesses and visitors. These will be delivered by a range of expert partners across 8 work packages.

    Impact

    GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY

    Partners

    Number of partners: 35

    Site numbers:

    E-REDES - DISTRIBUICAO DE ELETRICIDADE SA

    KIUNSYS SRL

    SIEMENS SPA

    KIWI POWER LTD

    FUTURE CITIES CATAPULT LIMITED

    DANFOSS A/S

    ROYAL BOROUGH OF GREENWICH

    CEFRIEL SOCIETA CONSORTILE A RESPONSABILITA LIMITATA

    LISBOA E-NOVA - AGENCIA DE ENERGIA E AMBIENTE DE LISBOA

    MIASTO STOLECZNE WARSZAWA

    MASTODON C LTD

    EMEL - EMPRESA PUBLICA MUNICIPAL DE ESTACIONAMENTO DE LISBOA EEM

    A2A SPA

    • Partner
    • A2A SPA
    • Italy
    • Budget: 237, 781.25

    SIEMENS PLC

    ALTICE LABS SA

    POLIEDRA-CENTRO DI SERVIZIO E CONSULENZA DEL POLITECNICO DI MILANO SUPIANIFICAZIONE AMBIENTALE E TERRITORIALE CONSORZIO

    COMUNE DI MILANO

    URBAN DNA SOLUTIONS LLP

    NHP srl

    • Partner
    • NHP srl
    • Italy
    • Budget: 627, 418.75

    VILLE DE BORDEAUX

    RICERCA SUL SISTEMA ENERGETICO - RSE SPA

    EUROCITIES ASBL

    POLITECNICO DI MILANO

    LEGAMBIENTE ASSOCIAZIONE ONLUS

    INSTYTUT ENERGETYKI

    REABILITA LDA

    CAMARA MUNICIPAL DE LISBOA

    MUNICIPIA SPA

    TEICOS UE SRL

    CONCIRRUS LTD

    OBSHTINA BURGAS

    TRANSPORT FOR LONDON

    CEIIA - CENTRO DE ENGENHARIA E DESENVOLVIMENTO (ASSOCIACAO)

    INSTITUTO SUPERIOR TECNICO

    Research & Innovation

    IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE

    Key Exploitable Results

    • TRL

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