CIRCE will bring to the SDEWES 2020 conference the latest sustainable innovations to improve industrial processes

The technology centre CIRCE will organise a special session in the 15th SDEWES conference (Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems) to be held from 1 to 5 September in Cologne (Germany). It will present different technological strategies focused on innovating and improving industrial processes in a sustainable way. Thus, this special session will…

AERIAL-CORE

The main objective of AERIAL-CORE is the development of core technology modules and an integrated aerial cognitive robotic system that will have unprecedented capabilities on the operational range and safety in the interaction with people, or Aerial Co-Workers (ACW), for applications such as the inspection and maintenance of large infrastructures.

E2DRIVER

E2DRIVER will develop a collaborative-cooperative training platform boosting the automotive supply industry collective intelligence on energy efficiency. The platform will provide access to training material, online lessons, guidelines, energy and financial tools, virtual reality modules and a community of key actors in the sector for SMEs to undergo energy audits and implement their recommendations.

INSULAE

The aim of INSULAE is to foster the deployment of innovative solutions for the EU islands decarbonization by developing and demonstrating at three Lighthouse Islands (located in Croatia, in Denmark and in Portugal) a set of interventions linked to seven replicable use cases, whose results will validate an Investment Planning Tool that will be then demonstrated at four Follower Islands (located in Spain, in Germany, in The Netherlands Antilles and in Greece) for the development of four associated Action Plans.

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RENAISSANCE

RENAISSANCE aims to demonstrate an easily replicable approach to design and operate local integrated energy systems that have a high and stable level of social acceptability. The project will demonstrate local energy systems that meet or exceed the EU target of 27% of RES across energy sources, at equal or lower cost of energy in comparison with current solutions, and reach a critical mass of
participation of 15-20% of citizens and businesses.

FLEXIGRID

FLEXIGRID – Interoperable solutions for implementing holistic FLEXIbility services in the distribution GRID Dates: October 2019 – September 2023 Project web: http://www.flexigrid-h2020.eu/ Leader: CIRCE Grant agreement number: 864579 Funded by   DESCRIPTIONThe expected increasing share of variable RES is challenging the electric grid in terms of reliability, stability and security of supply. Indeed, the European…