SHORE (2023-2026) is a Horizon Europe project funded by the Mission Ocean and Waters. The consortium is coordinated by Yildiz Technical University.
SHORE aims to increase ocean literacy by engaging students and teachers in cooperation projects in schools.
BioAgora (2022-2027) is a Horizon Europe project funded by Bio-Environment cluster. The consortium is coordinated by Syke, the Finnish Center for the Environment.
BioAgora aims to connect biodiversity knowledge and decision-makers, through the creation of the new Science Service for Biodiversity.
DECAGONE (2022-2026) is a Horizon Europe project funded by the Climate-Energy Cluster.
The objective is to demonstrate the potential of ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) technology for the recovery of waste heat in all sectors of European industry, and the interest of the ESCO (Energy service company) model to accelerate the diffusion of this technology.
SCORE (2021-2025) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Climate Action and Environment programme. The consortium is coordinated by ATU Sligo.
The project aims to establish an integrated coastal zone management framework for strengthening the Ecosystem-based Approach (EbA) and smart coastal city policies, creating European leadership in coastal city climate change adaptation in line with the Paris Agreement.
Co-UDlabs (2021-2025) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Infrastructures programme.The consortium is coordinated by Universidade da Coruña.
CO-UDlabs aims at integrating R&I activities in the field of Urban Drainage Systems (UDS) to address pressing public health, flood risks and environmental challenges. 17 large scale research facilities of 7 Research Infrastructures (RI) will be integrated at European scale to offer the R&D community, water infrastructure operators and their supply chain high-quality laboratory and field facilities, human resources and improved data sharing platforms.
FLOATECH (2021-2024) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Energy programme. The consortium is coordinated by TU Berlin.
The project aims to increase the technical maturity and competitiveness of floating wind energy through two types of action. The development of a design engineering tool (QBlade), as well as two innovative control techniques for floating wind turbines and floaters.
SFERA-III (2019-2023) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Infrastructures programme. The consortium is coordinated by CEMIAT.
SFERA-III aims at supporting transnational access to Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) research infrastructures for scientists from the academy and the industry. This is the 3rd phase of the SFERA project, supported by the EU since FP6.
ESTEEM3 (2019-2023) was a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Infrastructures programme. The consortium was coordinated by the Max-Planck Institute. The project was the 3rd phase of ESTEEM supported by the EU since the 6th Framework Programme.
ESTEEM3 aimed at supporting transnational access for scientists from both academic and private sectors to the most powerful Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) facilities in Europe.
POLYPHEM (2018-2022) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Energy programme and coordinated by CNRS.
POLYPHEM aims at improving the flexibility and the performance of small-scale Concentrated Solar Power plants, thanks to a solar-driven micro gas-turbine technology. As a final result, the project will build a 60 kW prototype plant with a 2 MWh thermal storage unit and will validate this innovative power cycle in a relevant environment (TRL 5).
ESSIAL (2017-2022) is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Factories of the Future programme. The consortium is coordinated by ESIEE Amiens - School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering.
The project will use laser technologies to develop new generation of electrical steels. ESSIAL pursues 3 main goals: 1. to improve the energy conversion efficiency through soft magnetic circuits; 2. to control and reduce the mechanical vibrations and the acoustic noise; and 3. to ease the deposition / removal of insulation in respect to the eco-design criteria.
Next-CSP (2016-2021) was a H2020 project funded under the Energy programme and coordinated by CNRS.
The Next-CSP project aimed at developing a prototype 1.2 MWe Concentrated Solar Power plant that uses solid particles as both heat transfer and storage medium. The project paved the way towards the commercial developments of this technology by studying its scale-up to industrial size.
SOLPART (2016-2019) project is a Horizon 2020 project funded under the Energy programme. The consortium is coordinated by CNRS.
The main objective of the SOLPART project is to develop, at the pilot scale, a high temperature (950°C) 24h/day solar process suitable for particle treatment in energy intensive industries (e.g. cement or lime industries).
ORC-PLUS (2015-2019) is a H2020 project funded under the Energy programme. The consortium is coordinated by ENEA.
The ORC-PLUS project aims at developing an optimized combination of innovative Thermal Energy Storage (optimized for the CSP scale 1-5 MWe) and engineering solutions necessary to improve the dispatchability and hours of production of an existing small Concentrated Solar Power plant, located in a desert areas and coupled with an ORC system. The final result was an industrial pilot plant used to validate the technology in a real operational environment and to demonstrate its feasibility.
ESTEEM2 (2012-2016) is a project of the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission funded by the Infrastructures programme. The consortium is coordinated by CNRS.
The main aim of ESTEEM2 is to provide access for the academic and industrial research community in the physical sciences to some of the most powerful characterization techniques available at the nano scale, through a European infrastructures network in electron microscopy.