Measurement is one way to ensure reliability of data used to calculate energy savings. This is for example used for metered energy savings as specified in the Annex V of the Energy Efficiency Directive. Unlike deemed savings, using metered energy savings does not require to define standardised types of energy efficiency actions: it can be used to assess energy savings from energy efficiency projects tailored to the end-use site.
Using measurement raises various issues, for example about what is to be measured or metered, ensuring consistency in the measurement and calculation methods, or whether too demanding requirements may create barriers to the implementation or reporting of energy efficiency projects.
ENSMOV Plus analysed examples where measurement is used for the monitoring & verification of energy savings, in five countries:
These examples summarize in a short format (4 to 5 pages each):
An overview of these examples will be presented at an online workshop on Monday 25th September at 11 am CEST, where the topic of measurement will be discussed more in detail.
You can register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkde6vrjMiE9HST5VdyJjBOPo3VS-snLLf#/registration
Go through the workshop’s agenda here.
The European Commission’s Info Day will present the research and innovation topics proposed for 2024 under the Work Programme 2023-2024 of Horizon Europe Cluster 5, addressing Climate, Energy and Mobility. The event will give the opportunity to prospective applicants to learn more about the funding options of the programme for 2024 (with a budget of slightly more than €1 billion available) which focuses on twin green and digital transitions to achieve climate neutrality in Europe by 2050.
Registration to this platform is required prior to the event. Streaming sessions will be accessible once logged in.
A separate virtual brokerage event organised by the GREENET project, the network of Cluster 5 National Contact Points (NCP), will take place on 18 October. The brokerage event will provide the opportunity for future project partners to network, mainly through dedicated bilateral meetings organised by topics, but also by attending the pitching session presenting project ideas or entity profiles.
The Brokerage Event registration is open until 30 September. Entities willing to participate in the pitching session can send their presentation until 8 September.
Event participants may submit questions via Slido during the event on 17 October 2023.
To do so, please go to www.slido.com, enter the event code #CL5INFODAY (or scan the QR code). Then select the ‘room’ corresponding to the session of interest (please refer to the programme).
Horizon Implementation Day: Finding opportunities and submitting a proposal in Horizon Europe
This first part of the Horizon Implementation Day series 2023 will give you detailed information about Finding opportunities and submitting a proposal in Horizon Europe.
Programme (laikai GMT+ 3)
09:30 – 09:45
Welcome address by Matthias WILL, Director of the Common Implementation Centre
09:45 – 10:20
General overview on Horizon Europe
10:20 – 11:00
Searching for calls and partners in the Funding and Tenders Portal
11:00 – 12:30
Submission and Evaluation of proposals: proposal template, basic principles, evaluation criteria
Registration and more information:
The Smart Cities’ Challenges (formerly known as Brokerage Event) is the hugely popular international matchmaking activity providing a unique opportunity to have a series of 30-minute, pre-scheduled B2B and B2P meetings according to your interests and goals, with a view to establishing valuable connections with potential business partners and clients.
The activity will offer the opportunity of virtual meetings for those attending SCEWC23 digitally.
The event’s aim is to support SMEs, start-ups, entrepreneurs, universities, research groups, corporations and institutions in finding partners for product development, manufacturing, licensing agreements, joint ventures or other types of collaboration.
Registration for the 2023 Smart Cities’ Challenges coming soon.
The LIFE programme is the EU’s funding instrument for the environment and climate action. Created in 1992, it has co-financed thousands of projects. The LIFE programme 2021-2027 is managed by the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA), has a budget of €5.4 billion and is divided into four sub-programmes:
On 25-26 April, CINEA organised the virtual EU LIFE Info Days to guide potential applicants through the LIFE 2023 Calls for applications.
You will find here the slides and the recordings from the various sessions.
More detailed information on the LIFE programme is available on the LIFE Website
You are cordially invited to participate in the “4th International Conference of Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering – ICCEEE 2023” Which will be held Hybrid (Physical and Online) on July 17-18, 2023, Alexandria, Egypt.
The conference is hosted by The School of Energy Resources, Environmental, and Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering (EECE), Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST),
Abstracts can be submitted for either oral or poster presentations in the following main categories:
Abstract submission deadline: June 1st, 2023
We are looking forward to receiving your submission and welcomed participation in the conference.
Please find attached the conference flyer.
For further information kindly visit the following link: https://icceee.ejust.edu.eg/
1st Call for papers
Research in resilience of infrastructure systems has been constantly increasing during the last decade and is expected to grow further. Although the term resilience was used in material science already in 19 th century, the current meaning of system resilience originates from research in ecology back in 70s. Self-repairable computer systems, being developed also in the same decade for space and defence applications, could be considered as examples of resilience applications in engineering. Resilience applications in technical systems domain have evolved most significantly during the last two decades and the term resilience has already been transferred to the policy domain, as the Directive on the Resilience of Critical Entities (CER Directive) went into force in January 2023 and replaced the Critical Infrastructure Directive, published in 2008.
Two fundamental points in resilience domain to be addressed by the Seminar are:
The 63rd ESReDA seminar will be a forum for exploring these points and other related questions. We aim to discuss theories, concepts, and experiences of resilience assessment methodologies and applications. Authors are invited to present their proposals and discuss successes and/or failures and to identify future needs in resilience research. We want to encourage new ideas, scientific papers, conceptual papers, case studies and cross-sectoral research on this topic with examples and applications of infrastructures exposed to both technological and natural threats, hazards. This seminar will bring together researchers, practitioners and decision-makers.
Papers for the seminar are welcome from various stakeholders (industry, academia, R&D consultancy organisations) and could address different infrastructure sectors:
This seminar is aimed at addressing resilience due to different hazards and threats, such as:
Interdependencies of infrastructures and cascading effects are also among the topics of the Seminar. It integrates as well technical, human, organizational, social, financial dimensions. Other topics may be included if they fit well within the topic on resilience assessment.
ESReDA is currently considering a new project group (PG) on Resilience Assessment of Critical Infrastructure, pending approval by the General Assembly of ESReDA during the meeting in April 2023. This project group (PG) continues the work done in the previous ESReDA project group “Resilience Engineering and Modelling of Networked Infrastructure” during 2018-2021 years.
The aim of the PG is to develop and propose an integrated approach for quantitative resilience assessment including management decisions (comparison of solutions for investment, maintenance) in a context of uncertain scenarios (global change and emerging threats).
This Seminar will serve as a forum to discuss the work of the project group, exchange ideas and set a work plan for the next years. A dedicated project group meeting is planned on October 24, the day before the Seminar. The Seminar participants are welcome to join the meeting either as PG members or observers.
The Seminar is jointly organised by ESReDA and JRC.
European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC)
Via Enrico Fermi 2749, I-21027 Ispra (VA), ITALY
The abstracts, not exceeding 400 words, should address:
The language of the seminar is English.
Authors wishing to present a paper at the Seminar are invited to submit an abstract/paper online at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=esreda63seminar
Extended abstracts are an alternative to full papers. An extended abstract should be at least one page in length, and it should include a list of most relevant references (5 or 6). Both extended abstracts and full papers will be published in the Seminar proceedings.
If there are any questions related to abstract/paper submission, authors could use functional e-mail of the Seminar: JRC-ESREDA63-Seminar@ec.europa.eu
The registration is only through the JRC meetings management system at the following link:
Registrations will be accepted until 4 th of October, 2023. Please note this deadline as entrance to the JRC meeting facility is only by permit. You will need your ID and travel schedule in order to register.
The competitiveness clusters related to energy and mobility, the Enterprise Europe Network and the French National Contact Points are at your disposal to inform and support you on HORIZON EUROPE, the EU framework program financing research and innovation.
Who is it for ?
The event is aimed at anyone interested in the themes of the next Horizon Europe – Cluster 5:
Future coordinators and interested partners from all European Member States or countries associated with higher education are encouraged to participate in the event.
It will be the opportunity to :
The event focuses on following Horizon Europe – Cluster 5 calls 2023:
The event is free of charge but registration and profile activation are mandatory to attend the brokerage event. When registering, please, fill in at least one Marketplace Item with information on what expertise you want to offer or request within the scope of the calls.
This B2B matchmaking forum is looking to help partners to further improve and develop their innovative idea/technology / product / service and is not a unique ‘buyer – seller’ event.
The B2B matchmaking forum should similarly not be used by consultants to sell their advisory services to clients. Consultants with specific expertise to become partners of Horizon Europe projects for instance are welcome provided they explain this expertise and give references of past Horizon 2020 projects they have been involved in.
In partnership with
You are kindly invited to participate in the 17th Summer Safety and Reliability Seminar SSARS 2023 that will be held on 9th – 14th of July 2023 in Kraków, Poland.
Deadline for submission of contributions is 31st of March 2023.
First Announcement, Registration Form and Contribution Template are enclosed.
Could you please provide your contribution (as pdf file) through Easy Chair:
SSARS General Chair
Magdalena Bogalecka, Ewa Dąbrowska, Beata Magryta-Mut
SSARS Executive Chairs