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27 Febrer de 2015

Green eMotion project ends successfully, driving forward electromobility

After four years the EU's flagship electromobility project Green eMotion has come to an successful end in February 2015. The project has defined and demonstrated a European framework that connects all electromobility stakeholders for a seamless, cost-efficient, and interoperable electromobility ecosystem.

Starting in 2011, the project developed prototypes to connect the islands of electromobility existing at the time. The projects defined an overarching ICT architecture and standards, especially for ICT interfaces, and analysed new business models for a charging infrastructure that included electric grid connexions. Within ten demo regions and two replication regions, Green eMotion demonstrated that the project findings work in real life and are also supporting the setup of an electromobility environment from the scratch. The project key results got presented at the 3rd EU Electromobility Stakeholder Forum and at the European Economic and Social Committee during a special event for public deciders and socio-economic actors.


 
 
26 Febrer de 2015

Paving the way towards a European electromobility system

Brussels, 25-26 February 2015.- This week the three flagship electromobility projects of the European Commission, Green eMotion, FREVUE and ZeEUS hosted the European Electromobility Stakeholder Forum in Brussels. It was the 3rd edition of this event and welcomed more than 200 European electromobility experts and representatives from industry, regional, national and European public authorities, transport agencies, utilities, research institutes and academia. With a combination of high level round tables and parallel workshops, attendees learnt about the developments of electromobility in Europe. Nine cross-cutting workshops served as a platform to share and exchange knowledge on operational, technical and policy-related aspects of electric vehicles.


 
 
23 Febrer de 2015

Solucions d’ il·luminació natural, artificial i control híbrid para Edificis de Consum d’ Energia Gairebé Nul - nZEB (sector terciari)

L’ IREC- Institut de Recerca en Energia de Catalunya organitza la jornada tècnica: “Solucions d’ il·luminació natural, artificial y control híbrid para Edificis de Consumo d’ Energia Gairebé Nul - nZEB (sector terciari)”, dintre del projecte europeu AIDA (IEE). El projecte AIDA pretén accelerar l'entrada al mercat dels edificis nZEB. Es tracta d’una excel·lent oportunitat per comptar amb experts en l’ús de solucions de optimització de la llum natural (mesures actives) i sistemes avançats d’ Il·luminació i control aplicades a edificis terciaris.


 
 
20 Febrer de 2015

IREC will contribute developing Low Energy Districts within Growsmarter project

Mayors and delegates from a number of European cities and industry leaders gathered in Stockholm last 10th February 2015 to mark the launch of a new 25 million euro project, GrowSmarter, designed to shorten the path towards a more sustainable and environmentally smarter Europe, and expected to create up to 1,500 new jobs.

Stockholm, Cologne and Barcelona will act as ‘lighthouse cities’ within the project, implementing 12 smart city solutions: from advanced information and communication technology and better connected urban mobility, to energy efficiency.

IREC contribution will focus on smart energy solutions with the objective to develop low energy districts in Barcelona in close collaboration with Barcelona Municipality, Gas Natural Fenosa and Schneider Electric. Among others, IREC will work on energy building retrofitting, smart energy management systems and will coordinate the low energy districts activities at the whole project level.

More information about GrowSmarter project can be found at: http://www.grow-smarter.eu/home/

GrowSmarter project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 646456.