De-risking energy efficiency through better reference data

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Energy effieciency in buildings is a great way for Europe to meet its climate goals. The new and improved DEEP platform will help decision makers better assess the risks and benefits of energy efficiency investments across Europe.
Carsten Glenting explains how DEEP 2.0 makes financial risks easier to assess than before through better use of data points.

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DEEP 2.0 – De-risking energy efficiency through better reference data

Have a great summer!

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Most of us will be away on summer vacation for the next few weeks.

We are looking forward to working toward a more sustainable future with all of you, when we’re back ☀️

EU Innovation Fund for innovative low-carbon technologies

EU Innovation Fund

We are proud to have assisted DG CLIMA and INEA in the preparation of the EU Innovation Fund – one of the world’s largest funding programmes for the demonstration of innovative low-carbon technologies.

Are you working on a first-of-a-kind commercialisation or commercial size demonstration of an innovative technology, product or business model within energy intensive industry, renewable energy, energy storage or CCS/CCU?

  • Will it contribute to the ambition of a climate neutral EU economy in 2050?
  • Can your project reach financial close within 4 years if supported?
  • Is the total investment between 2.5 and 7.5 million EUR?

Then you should carefully read the first Call for Small Scale Proposal for the Innovation Fund which was launched on 1 December 2020. Please note that the deadline for submission is 10 March 2021 – so do not save it until after Christmas!


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