• Description

    The AnyPLACE (Adaptable Platform for Active Services Exchange) project intends to develop a modular smart metering platform. The targeted system aims to provide a bidirectional service exchange gateway that enhances the interaction between end users, market representatives, electricity network operators and ICT providers.

    LCE-08-2014: Distribution grid and retail market

    H2020-LCE-2014-3

    INESC TEC

    8 partners from 4 European countries (Portugal, Austria, Germany and Belgium)

    2,9M€ (2,5M€ EU grant)

    None

    www.anyplace2020.org


  • Description

    The overall objective of the EnerGAware project is to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions between 15-30% in a sample of European social housing by changing the energy efficiency behaviour of the social tenants through the implementation of a serious game linked to the real energy use of the participants’ homes.
    The serious game to be developed and deployed in the EnerGAware project is expected to increase the social tenants’ understanding and awareness of the options for reducing energy consumption in residential buildings.

    EE-11-2014: New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency

    H2020-EE-2014-2-RIA

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya

    7 partners from 4 European countries (Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom and France)

    2M€

    None

    energaware.eu


  • Description

    The GreenPlay project consists in raising awareness among citizens through the implementation of a real time monitoring energy consumption platform and the development of a serious game.

    EE-11-2014: New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency

    H2020-EE-2014-2-RIA

    CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE ET D’INDUSTRIE DE BAYONNE PAYS BASQUE

    6 partners from 3 European countries (France, Spain and Hungary)

    1,7M€

    The demonstration of this project will take place in three European cities and reach at least 200 homes.

    www.greenplay-project.eu


  • Description

    ChArGED project addresses the energy consumption in public buildings and proposes a framework that aims to facilitate achieving greater energy efficiency and reductions of wasted energy in public buildings. The framework leverages IoT enabled, low-cost devices (NFC or iBeacons) to improve energy disaggregation mechanisms that provide energy use and (consequently) wastages at the device, area and end user level.

    EE-11-2015: New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency

    H2020-EE-2015-2-RIA

    EUROPEAN DYNAMICS BELGIUM

    10 partners from 6 European countries (Belgium, Ireland, Greece, Germany, Spain and Luxembourg)

    2,2M€

    3 Pilot Experiments in existing buildings in 3 countries.

    www.charged-project.eu


  • Description

    TRIBE project aims to contribute to a citizens’ behaviour change towards energy efficiency in public buildings, through their engagement in the experience of playing a social game, linked by ICT to real time data collected from 5 pilot buildings hosting around 1.300 regular users (employees, tenants…) and almost 12.000 eventual users (visitors).

    EE-11-2014 – New ICT-based solutions for energy efficiency

    H2020-EE-2014-2-RIA

    FUNDACION CIRCE CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION DE RECURSOS Y CONSUMOS ENERGETICOS

    7 partners from 5 European countries (Spain, Turkey, Austria, France and Sweden)

    2M€

    5 pilots: CIRCE headquarters; San Pablo public offices; Emmeline de Pankhurst; I.E.S. Azucarera and Ozyegin University

    tribe-h2020.eu


  • Description

    The project will develop and validate solutions to enable the implementation of advanced functionalities over existing technology, to form a truly integrated intelligent system.

    LCE-07-2014: Distribution grid and retail market

    H2020-LCE-2014-3

    Iberdrola Distribución Eléctrica

    19 partners from 7 European countries (Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Poland, United Kingdom, France and Norway)

    15,7M€ (11,9M€ EU grant)

    4 demonstration sites (Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Poland)

    upgrid.eu