The ComeOn Labels project aims to summarise the best European experience related to the energy labelling of household appliances and supporting the proper implementation of the new labelling scheme as soon as it will be enforced. Its goal is to enhance the visibility and credibility given to the EU energy label and to improve the market for labelled products.
The GP WIND project will address barriers to the deployment of onshore and offshore wind generation, specifically by recording and sharing good practice in reconciling objectives on renewable energy with wider environmental objectives and actively involving communities in planning and implementation.
The DiGeSPo project concept is a modular 1-3 kWe, 3-9 kWth micro Combined Heat and Power (m-CHP) system based on innovative Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and Stirling engine technology. This CSP m-CHP will provide electrical power, heating and cooling for single and multiple domestic dwellings and other small commercial, industrial and public buildings.
The overall objective of the project is to develop a platform for innovative services enhancing on-site personalised access to digital cultural heritage through adaptive and privacy preserving user profiling.
The main objective is to establish an award scheme that acts as the framework for the adoption of intelligent energy usage patterns in multi-residential buildings (prison institutions) and their communities.
Music event production is a booming industry with increasing energy consumption and environmental impact. Music festivals, concerts and clubbing events are energy intensive, but due to lack of targeted information, training on energy management and specific financial schemes, the energy saving potential of this industry remains largely untapped. EEMusic will tackle information and financial barriers and provide tools for energy management in the music event sector.