Good practices for European developers of advanced.. (GENESYS)
Good practices for European developers of advanced ICT-enabled energy-efficiency Systems
Start date: Sep 1, 2008,
End date: Apr 12, 2010
So far, several EU funded projects and other initiatives have taken up the challenge of Promoting sustainable development, Ensuring security and diversity of energy supply, Improving industrial competitiveness, Enhancing economic and social cohesion; furthermore, very valuable research work has been carried out in the past, but the gap to the market(s) and to the full inclusion of the nowadays technologies is still the main obstacle hindering the deployment of its economic potential.In this context \tGENESYS project consortium will collect and analyse research results on efficiency and energy management systems (EMS) and identify opportunities for integration and applications to further complex or cross cutting areasThe main aim is to provide the guidelines for economical sustainability of the industrialisation of solution based on RandD current results to be mapped through two main steps: (1) an analysis of the technical and scientific basis and (2) a further improvement of features following the cutting-edge technologies and the market requirements.The current proposal therefore aims to improve the RandD activities on technologies to make content more intelligent and self-adaptive and therefore to improve the EMS environments by (1) bringing together researchers and industrial partners of the EMS fields, to explore potential synergies, joint exploitation or the identification of further shared research paths among past and/or ongoing projects in the domain; (2) defining a draft agenda that will outline the envisaged steps needed to let the RandD results potentialities comply as much as possible with the real applications needs; (3) to favour the market exploitation of identified/supported technologies through the access to private capital and other available financial products.
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