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Project / programmeWhat is it about?
innoveasThe innoveas project is an initiative promoted by 10 partners from 6 EU countries, to build and deliver a capacity building programme, aiming at addressing the major non-technical barriers that most often hamper the adoption the energy auditing practice, in particular among those actors, such as Small and Medium Enterprises where such audits are not required by law.
SMEmPOWER EfficiencySMEmPOWER aims to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) carry out energy audits and take action to increase their energy efficiency. The objective is to increase the capacity of European SMEs to undergo energy audits and implement standard and innovative energy saving measures using the variety of available financing tools and options.
e2driverThe goal of E2DRIVER is to train SMEs in the automotive sector on energy auditing and energy saving measures for cost-effective energy efficiency improvements. To overcome the lack of knowledge, skills and awareness prevalent in the industry, the project’s integrative approach aims to boost capacity building programmes on energy auditing by establishing an innovative learning platform.
SpeedierSPEEDIER is a highly innovative one-stop-shop solution that applies an integrated approach to energy management, providing information, advice, capacity, etc. It aims at delivering energy management services to SMEs via energy consultants to facilitate the uptake of energy audits and reduce energy consumption.
EU merci EU-MERCI (EU coordinated MEthods and procedures based on Real Cases for the effective implementation of policies and measures supporting energy efficiency in the Industry) provided companies and policy makers with best practices and tools to increase the competiveness of the EU industry by improving the efficient use of energy. The project website is a wealth of resources with a library, database, factsheets, reports as well as sectoral and country analyses. http://www.eumerci.eu/the-project/
DEESMEDEESME will enable SMEs to manage the energy transition by taking profit of multiple benefits from energy management and audit approaches and provide national authorities with guidelines and recommendations to empower their schemes under article 8, using the multiple benefits’ approach.
FRISBEE FRISBEE was a Research Project for Innovation on the Food Cold Chain. The 4-year project is funded mainly through the EU’s 7th Framework Programme, and has 26 partners; 13 of which are companies, 11 research institutes or universities, and 2 NGOs.
Oddysee-Mure Tool
esave project Video and presentation about e-save, FP7 project developping energy-efficient supply chains thanks to automated collaborative tools
IEA International Energy Agency

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