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TRACER’s study tour in March 2022

The third study tour of the TRACER project took place in the target region in Romania (Jiu Valley, West Region RO42) on 15th -17th March 2022, alongside the TRACER Progress Meeting. The study tour was organised in line with the WP7 activities “Research and Innovation Cooperation of coal intensive regions”. The goal of the study tour was to show the status of the energy transition process in the Jiu Valley, introduce ongoing innovative actions in the region and share best practices.

For more information and to rewatch the videos of the study tour, visit the TRACER website.

Upcoming Event:

TRACER - Final Events in Brussels, 20-21 September 
The TRACER project is hosting an "Investors Workshop" to introduce identified R&I project ideas in nine coal regions in transition and the "Final Conference" to introduce the main results of the TRACER project in coal regions and will open the discussion with policy makers on the barriers, challenges, and opportunities.

Click here for more information and registration. 

Rewatch the recording of the REPLACE workshop on decarbonisation of residential H&C in Europe

As part of the 2022 edition of the World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED 2022), the REPLACE project partners organised the workshop “Towards Renewable Heating & Cooling: Replacement of Inefficient Systems in the Residential Sector” , which took place on 08/04 and was an excellent opportunity to exchange with participants about renewable heating and cooling in the residential sector.

The workshop introduced the project REPLACE with its aims, tools and actions, it gave an overview of the decarbonisation of the heating and cooling sector in Europe, and looked at the main challenges and drivers, as well as to possible solutions and recommendations, to successfully switch to climate-friendly technologies at home. The workshop also included an animated roundtable discussion on how the phase-out of fossil-based heating systems can be brought forward in the European agenda, and concretely in the countries of South-East and Central Europe.

The full recording of the workshop is available AT THIS LINK.

DiBiCoo study tour and final conference

Upcoming event: 
The final study tour and matchmaking event of the DiBiCoo project will take place on 30 & 31 May 2022 in Indonesia. This event will gather international key-player and decision makers from the sectors biogas, agro products, food & beverages and other related industries. 

If you want to attend the study tour and matchmaking event, you can now register here and plan your trip to Indonesia. 

After the local events, the DiBiCoo consortium partner will gather for the “Final Conference” in Indonesia and review the main results of the project and will discuss the possible next steps, future challenges, and opportunities in this sector. 

The Digital Global Biogas Cooperation (DiBiCoo) project is an effort to link european technology providers with emerging and developing markets for new investment opportunities and knowledge transfer.

Free CitizEE toolkit available 

Free CitizEE Toolkit to scale up citizen financing for energy efficiency projects! No specific level of experience in the field of financing energy efficiency projects is required to use the Toolkit. The Toolkit is suitable for people who are active in this field, as well as those who are new to it! 
Our Toolkit is designed for citizens, private investors, project sponsors, regions, local governments, energy companies, and individuals who want to participate in the development and financing of #energyefficiency projects. 

The Toolkit is available on the project website.

SocialRES’ new policy brief

Together with 3 other EU funded projects, SocialRES developed a Joint Policy Brief called "Putting People at the Heart of Energy Transitions". This document is a significant piece of work that shares and demonstrates the insights on the importance of social innovation and people empowerment in successful energy transition.

Find out more about the key policy recommendations.

Rewatch all session of the ETIP PV annual conference

The ETIP PV annual conference was a great success. The online event covered four sessions, discussing the challenges of the transition to climate neutrality and a sustainable future with Photovoltaics. These two topics will become the overarching objective of major EU policies and actions. You can now find all session to rewatch on the ETIP PV website.

“Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda” (SRIA) for Photovoltaics"

The ETIP PV has developed and published the Report “Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda” (SRIA) for responding to this decade’s priorities. This SRIA Report was developed through a sector-wide consultation and contributions from the European R&I community to identify future R&I priorities and to guide policymakers on the ways to support the development of solar energy in Europe. You can find the report for download here.

SUPER PV Summer School

Register now for the free SUPER PV Summer School, held online from 8 – 9 June 2022.  
At this Summer School event, you will learn more about the latest new innovations in PV technology, as well as the latest experiments and practical applications of PV innovations. We welcome all industry experts, scientists and students!
Learn more about the following topics: 
  • Bifacial PV panels
  • Module Level Power Electronics: Ensuring higher power output, performance monitoring and data collection on string level, and long-term stability of operation
  • PV system integration: PV Information Management
  • Field tests of PV-systems and PV-components
Register now at www.superpv.eu 

REPLACE Webinar on 31 May

Upcoming event:
SAVE THE DATE – REPLACE webinar “Towards Renewable Heating & Cooling: Replacement of Inefficient Systems in the Residential Sector” (31/05/2022, online)

The REPLACE project partners are pleased to invite you to the webinar “Towards Renewable Heating & Cooling: Replacement of Inefficient Systems in the Residential Sector” to present the key findings of the project and discuss the framework conditions for replacement, exchanging old conventional fossil fuel systems with renewable ones. The webinar will take place online on Tuesday, 31st of May at 10:00 CET and is organised in collaboration with the BUILD UP Portal of the European Commission.

This event is an excellent opportunity to learn how the phase-out of fossil-based heating systems can be brought forward in the European agenda and to find out more about modern renewable technologies. The event agenda and registration information will be soon available on REPLACE website.

WCPEC-8 registration open

The registration for the WCPEC-8 is now officially open. 
Benefit from a variety of ticket options such as the One-day ticket, student or group specials, and take advantage of our reduced Early Bird offer until 30 June 2022.

What to expect from the WCPEC-8?
  • A scientific Conference with around 900  plenary, oral and visual presentations 
  • A great number of Parallel Events, offering in-depth insight into specific PV topics
  • A PV Academy, teaching the fundamentals on selected PV research & development topics
  • A large business-to-business Exhibition, connecting you to important industry players
  • A lively Industry Summit, addressing the market's most pressing issues
  • Exciting Online Features: All sessions will be recorded and made available for delegates. Posters will be visible as well in the online platform and online networking will be available.
  • On-site Social Events, Networking Opportunities and much more…
The detailed conference programme is now available!
Take a look at the programme and get your ticket now!

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EU Disclaimer

This 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 792245 (Project: Tracer), No 847087 (Project: Replace), No 857804 (Project: DibiCoo), No 847147 (Project: CitizEE), No 837758 (Project: SocialRES), No 727272 (Project: Etip PV), No 792245 (Project: Super PV), No 847087 (Project: Replace). 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 contained therein.
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