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Mission

The current energy infrastructure worldwide must be transformed with the objective to reduce fossil energy related conflicts, mitigate climate change, and avoid other negative impacts of nuclear and fossil energy systems.

Our mission is to contribute to this goal by facilitating research, innovation and market integration of renewable energy systems through collaborative efforts across all sectors of society.

WIP is a renewable energy consultancy with a long history of managing research and innovation projects and organizing leading conferences and events in the sector.

Thematic Areas
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History
→ More than 50 years of experience

Memberships
→ Memberships in which WIP participates


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MAY WE OFFER YOU A SERVICE?

Project Management and Implementation

WIP Renewable Energies has over 37 years of experience in leading international collaborative projects aiming to bring innovative renewable energy technologies and services closer to the market.

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Research, Consultancy, Communication and Exploitation Services

Based on our extensive work in the renewable energy field we can support you with:

  • - Research and consultancy
  • - Communication, dissemination and exploitation activities

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Event Organisation

WIP Renewable Energies has over 40 years of experience in event organization. This includes the conception, pre-financing, preparation, organisation and management of a series of high level and large-scale international conferences, workshops, seminars and exhibitions in the field of Renewable Energies.

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Interested in our ongoing and completed projects?

  • Babet-Real5

    New Technology and Strategy for a Large and Sustainable Deployment of Second Generation Biofuel in Rural Areas

    The main aim of BABET-REAL5 is to develop an alternative solution for the production of second generation ethanol based on smaller industrial scale than the already realised plants of first generation ethanol. Such plants of small industrial scale shall be applicable to a large number of countries, rural areas and feedstock.

  • SUCELLOG

    Triggering the creation of biomass logistic centres by the agro-industry

    SUCELLOG aims to widespread the participation of the agrarian sector in the sustainable supply of solid biofuels in Europe.

  • IndustRE

    Innovative Business Models for Market Uptake of Renewable Electricity unlocking the potential for flexibility in the Industrial Electricity Use

    IndustRE has identified the flexibility potential of the industrial electricity demand as an opportunity that - through innovative business models - can facilitate further growth and integration of variable renewable energy, while reducing the industrial electricity costs. In this project the electricity intensive industry in Europe works closely with the renewable energy sector in order to find common ground and create win-win situations.

  • SRCplus

    Short Rotation Woody Crops (SRC) plantations for local supply chains and heat use

    Biomass plays a key role among renewable energy sources (RES), accounting for almost 70% of European renewables, and showing steady growth. In the future demand for wood as fuel for heating purposes is expected to increase rapidly. This will be mainly driven by market forces and supported by the targets of national and European energy policies. Solid biomass from Short Rotation Woody Crops (SRC) can contribute significantly to reaching the 2020 targets from bioenergy.

  • PVSites

    Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technologies and Systems for Large-Scale Market Deployment

    Building-integrated Photovolatics (BIPV) is currently an expansive market, in which Europe has the leadership in terms of installations, followed by USA. One of the main drivers for BIPV market growth in the European Union is the increasingly demanding legislation related to buildings energy performance.

  • GridTech

    New transmission technologies enabling a clean, efficient and secure electricity system

    For the achievement of the European Union’s ambitious renewable energy targets for 2020 and beyond, extensive electricity system planning and investments are necessary. This covers electricity generation capacity, transmission networks, and supporting technologies and measures that will ensure clean, secure and efficient energy supply.

  • FORBIO

    Fostering Sustainable Feedstock Production for Advanced Biofuels on underutilised land in Europe

    FORBIO project will demonstrate the viability of using land in EU Member States for sustainable bioenergy feedstock production that does not affect the supply of food and feed, in addition to not interfering with land currently used for recreational and/or conservation purposes.

  • ETIP PV

    Support to all stakeholders from the Photovoltaic sector and related sectors to contribute to the SET-Plan.

  • Dem4BIPV

    Development of innovative educational material for building-integrated photovoltaics

    The aim of the Dem4BiPV project is to develop an innovative and multidisciplinary high quality course for Building-integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) to train the BIPV professionals of the future. The course will be implemented at the postgraduate level and will be part of a Master’s in Sustainable Energy in a number of leading universities in Europe.

  • Core-Jet Fuel

    Coordinating research and innovation of sustainable jet and aviation fuels

    The CORE-JetFuel project supports the European Commission in its dynamic and informed implementation of research and innovation projects in the field of sustainable alternative fuels for aviation.

  • CrowdFundRES

    Unleashing the potential of Crowdfunding for Financing Renewable Energy Projects

    We are currently seeing a deceleration of renewable energy growth in Europe. This is partly attributed to the challenges for financing renewable energy projects. Reduced access to conventional financing options over the past few years has triggered innovative financing schemes to emerge, with crowdfunding attracting a lot of attention.

  • CoolHeating

    Market uptake of small modular renewable district heating & cooling grids for communities

    The objective of CoolHeating is to support the implementation of "small modular renewable heating and cooling grids" for communities in South-Eastern Europe. This will be achieved through knowledge transfer and mutual activities of partners in countries where renewable district heating and cooling examples exist (Austria, Denmark, Germany) and in countries which have less development (Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina).

  • BioVill

    Bioenergy Villages (BioVill) – Increasing the Market Uptake of Sustainable Bioenergy

    The objective of the BioVill project is to transfer and adapt experiences gained in countries where bioenergy villages already exists (Germany and Austira) to countries with less examples in this sector (Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia and Romania).

  • BioStep

    Promoting stakeholder engagement and public awareness for a participative governance of the European bioeconomy

    The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

  • BIOREFLY

    2,000 ton/y industrial scale demonstration biorefinery on lignin-bases aviation fuel

    Aviation is one of the fastest growing transport sectors and this trend will continue in the coming years. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), global aviation is expected to grow by 5% annually in the period up to 2030. Currently, petroleum derived liquid fuels are the main energy carrier in the aviation sector. Due to different environmental and economic concerns there is a need for the sustainable supply of aviation fuels.

  • BestRES

    Best practices and implementation go innovative business models for renewable energy aggregators

  • Bin2Grid

    Turning unexploited food waste into biomethane for local filling station networks

    The objective of the Bin2Grid project is to promote segregated food waste collection from the food and beverage industry, catering services, and from households in order to produce biomethane. This can be distributed through local filling stations networks.