BatteRIes Europe
Building an attractive European R&I ecosystem on batteries

Coordinator: InnoEnergy, EERA
Short Description: BatteRIes Europe is the forum bringing together all relevant stakeholders in the European batteries research and innovation ecosystem in order to develop and support a competitive battery value chain in Europe.
The ETIP creates a bridge between the different actions related to the battery industry, especially in relation to research and innovation (R&I), and ensures that the relevant stakeholders have the possibility to discuss, and agree upon common R&I priorities.

[ENER-2018-453-A7 (tender)]

Sunrise Flagship
Solar Energy for a Circular Economy

Coordinator: Leiden University
Siemens / Leiden University / CEA / CNR / FZJ / NTNU / Johnson-Matthey / EMIRI / EERA / UU / Turku University / IMDEA / UCLouvain / UW / ICIQ / Imperial College / Luris / Fraunhofer / EMPA
Countries involved: Germany, Netherlands, France, Italy, Norway, Great Britain, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Spain, Poland, Switzerland
Duration: 12 Months
Short Description: Sunrise is one of the candidates for the next European FET Flagship. It proposes a sustainable alternative to the fossil-based, energy-intensive production of fuels and base chemicals. The needed energy will be provided by sunlight, the raw materials will be molecules abundantly available in the atmosphere, such as carbon dioxide, oxygen and nitrogen.

You can find further information here.

Battery 2030+
Powering Europe’s Battery Revolution

Coordinator: Uppsala University
Consortium: UU / MEET / FZJ / POLITO / NIC / VUB / RECHARGE / CEA / DTU / CIDETEC / SINTEF / SNRS (RS2E) / EMIRI / Fraunhofer / KIT / EASE
Countries involved: Sweden, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Belgium, France, Denmark, Spain, Norway
Duration: 1 years
Short Description: BATTERY 2030+ is a long-term initiative enabling Europe to take the lead in battery science and technology, by developing radically new concepts for the batteries of the future. This means batteries with properties such as ultrahigh performance and smart functionalities within a sustainable framwork. BATTERY 2030+ formulates a roadmap for European battery research in 2030 and long thereafter. The initiative aims to generate new ideas for the ongoing energy transition and digital transformation.

Press Release 26/02/2019

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Smart Integration of Energy Storages in Local Multi Energy Systems for maximising the Share of Renewables in Europe’s Energy Mix

Coordinator: KIT
EERA Joint Programmes involved: JP ES, JP SC, JP SG, JP E3S
Countries involved: Germany, Austria, France, Denmark, Belgium
Total Budget: 2.440.683 €
Duration: 36 months
Short Description: SmILES zooms in simulation and optimisation of smart storage in local energy systems for increasing the understanding and transparency of innovative multi-energy projects. Setting up a shared data and information platform and effective dissemination of related results will contribute to competence building. Supplementing the research activities, a long-lasting framework across EERA JP borders is set up by the consortium for extending storage integration technologies by linking other EERA members, stakeholders, energy supplier and industry.

[H2020-LCE-2016-ERA-ECRIA – Type of Action: RIA]

Integrated Energy System – A Pathway for Europe

Coordinator: ZABALA
Consortium: ZABALA / TECHNOFI / ENTSO-E / EDSO / EASE / EERA AISBL / RSE / Bacher Energy
EERA Joint Programmes involved: JP ES, JP SG
EERA Participants involved: KIT / RSE SPA / DLR / Tecnalia / VTT / SINTEF / AIT / VITO / DTU / ENEA
Countries involved: France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Finland, Norway, Austria, Denmark
Total Budget: 3.998.285 €
Duration: 48 months
Short description: INTENSYS4EU aims at addressing the SET-Plan identified novel interacting integration challenges, where – the consumer becomes active and is put at the center of the energy system, – a demand focus that increases energy efficiency across the energy system, – an energy system optimization leading to a secure, cost-effective, clean and competitive energy supply. Energy networks are critical to successfully address the above integration challenges.

[H2020-LCE-2016-SGS– Type of Action: CSA]