IRP WIND

IRP WIND – Integrated Research Programme on Wind Energy Dates: March 2014 – March 2018 Project website: http://www.irpwind.eu/ Leader: DTU DANMARKS Grant agreement number: 609795 Financied by DESCRIPTION IRPWIND is an integrated research programme that combines strategic research projects and support activities within the field of Wind Energy, with the aim of leveraging the long term…

PATRES

PATRES – Public Administration Training and coaching on Renewable Energy Systems Dates: May 2010 – May 2013 Project web: https://patres.net Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number:  Funded by   DESCRIPTION PATRES organized, in each of the 7 countries involved, a training programme that mainly includes: Training courses for 140 relevant staff members from 100 municipalities, provinces,…

WOODE3

WOODE3 – Wood Energy Exploitation for entrepreneurship Dates: June 2010 – December 2012 Project web: https://woode3.eu Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number:  Funded by   DESCRIPTIONThe WoodE3 project is framed within the MED programme, co-financed by FEDER funds and designed to present favourable solutions and possibilities for obtaining and using forest biomass in the Mediterranean Basin.…

INNPACTO WAVE ENERGY

INNPACTO WAVE ENERGY – Development and demonstration of R&D&i projects based in wave energy technologies Dates: September 2010 – June 2013 Project web: Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number:  IPT-120000-2010-006 Funded by DESCRIPTIONDeveloping energy from sea waves involves creating a new area with great strength in the field of renewable energy and supporting the community goal…

GRIDTECH

GRIDTECH – Impact Assessment of new technologies to Foster reselectricity integration into the European Transmission System Dates: April 2012 – April 2015  Project web: http://www.gridtech.eu Leader: CIRCE  Grant agreement number: Funded by   DESCRIPTIONThe analysis carried out by the project concentrates on both RES-Electricity generation technologies (especially RES-Electricity with high unexploited potentials in Europe like…

UNPLUGGED

UNPLUGGED project aims to investigate how the use of inductive charging of Electric Vehicles (EV) in urban environments improves the convenience and sustainability of car-based mobility. In particular, it will be investigated how smart inductive charging infrastructure can facilitate full EV integration in the urban road systems while improving customer acceptance and perceived practicality.