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SocialRES is launching the new ESSIP platform
EESIP is online! The first European Energy Social Innovation Platform
is designed with one purpose in mind: to empower and support
professionals in the renewable energy sector specifically working on
social innovation and citizen engagement. This platform acts as a
virtual meeting point for all those dedicated to boosting the European
clean energy transition. It enables professionals not only to gather
information and knowledge but also to share good practices and new
resources and work collaboratively.
Together we make Energy!
Join the BIOPLAT-EU Final workshop
The BIOPLAT-EU Final workshop is taking place on 27 September 2021 in Matera, Italy
and will be broadcasted online. During the workshop, the results of the
project will be presented focusing on the development and the
demonstration of the webGIS Tool which is a tool that allows users to
search for MUC lands in Europe, to select a suitable crop and bioenergy
pathway and conduct sustainability assessments including GHG emissions,
water footprint, impacts on employment and much more. Find more about
the project in this short video
The workshop is free of charge. For more information about the agenda and the registration please click here
The final Upgrade DH conference
final conference was a perfect opportunity to present and discuss
project results and achievements: the collection of the best upgrading
measures and tools, upgrading processes of concrete DH systems initiated
in each of the target countries, replication activities in other
European countries and DH systems. Of course, the energy transition road
has never been smooth, and we faced some challenges when implementing
upgrading measures in our demo cases and supporting the modernisation
process in selected district heating networks, when looking for the
appropriate financing and business models and trying to improve the
public perception of DH networks. Our experiences and recommendations
for the development or retrofitting of DHC networks were presented at
the final project conference.
Find the recording and the presentation at www.upgrade-dh.eu
HYPOSO site visits in Uganda
the second half of August, HYPOSO project partners Frosio Next, IMP
PAN, and HPAU have met in Uganda to carry out first studies of the three
sites that will be developed to pre-feasibility business case studies.
Three studies per target country (after Uganda, work on then promising
sites in Cameroon, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Colombia will follow) will be
developed within HYPOSO. Results will be published first within the
HYPOSO Platform, which is dedicated for hydro stakeholders from Europe
or the HYPOSO target countries and which is ready to facilitate direct
business contacts with each other. Use the chance to register and find
out more: https://www.hyposo.eu/en/hyposo-platform/
EU Project MUSIC - Market Uptake Support for Intermediate Bioenergy Carriers
that are interested in European markets for biomass want to know how to
make best use of woody residues and by-products from forestry and
agriculture through innovative large-scale technologies. They would like
to learn from experiences made in MUSIC case studies or purely enjoy
networking with experts from different fields like industry, policy and
research. Opportunity for exchange is provided in the upcoming
stakeholder engagement workshops on MUSIC case studies for
Sweden/Finland, Italy, Greece and International. Most interesting
insights of this series of workshops will follow in a few weeks.
Stay tuned via the MUSIC website www.music-h2020.eu
Join the PV IMPACT Matchmaking Event on BIPV
The next PV IMPACT Matchmaking Event on BIPV will take place online on
27th October from 9:30 – 13:00
If you are looking for partners to work with on future BIPV projects
under EU or national funding schemes, do not miss the opportunity to
Registration is open until 11th October.
Find all details at: Matchmaking events - PV Impact
and register now!
EU PVSEC 2021 comes to an end
38th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference has come to an end,
welcoming more than 1300 participants and covering an astonishing number
of over 800 live presentations, consisting of Scientific Sessions,
engaging Panel Discussions, in-depth Parallel Events and market related
At the Closing Session it was announced, that the 8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
will take place from 26 – 30 September 2022 in the beautiful city of Milan
Europe has the honour to host this prestigious event, that takes place
every four years and combines the world’s three largest PV conferences,
the European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference (EU PVSEC), the
Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (IEEE PVSC) and the International PV
Science and Engineering Conference (PVSEC).
Stay tuned for more information and check out the WCPEC 2022 website
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Newsletter includes short reports on projects that have received
funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under Grant Agreements No 847147 (Project: CitizEE), No 837758
(Project: SocialRES), No 818083 (Project: Bioplat-EU), No 785014
(Project: Upgrade DH), No 857851 (Project: Hyposo), No 857806 (Project:
MUSIC), No 842547 (Project: PV Impact). The sole responsibility for the
content of contributions related to these projects in this Newsletter
lies with the authors. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of
the European Union. Neither the EASME/INEA nor the European Commission
are responsible for any use that may be made of the information