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Horizon 2020 Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy Societal Challenge: Energy Efficiency Call for Proposals 2016 Info Day

Horizon 2020 Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy Societal Challenge: Energy Efficiency Call for Proposals 2016 Info Day

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Take a look at what happened at the Energy Efficiency Info Day 

8 December 2015 in Brussels


Now available: presentations and recordings


PLENARY

PARALLEL SESSION 1 (11:15-12:30)

Deep renovation of buildings (EE11), Cost reduction of new NZEB (EE13)

Project Development Assistance (EE22)

Engaging private consumers (EE6)


PARALLEL SESSION 2 (14:00-15:15)

How to prepare a good proposal

Investible energy efficiency market (EE24), Energy efficiency services (EE25) - Agenda

Engaging and activating public authorities (EE9) - Agenda

Construction skills


PARALLEL SESSION 3 (15:45-17:00)

How the H2020 SME Instrument can support EE

 

Background 

Why holding an Info Day? Applying for funding is a competitive process, and only the best project proposals will be selected for funding.

The Information Day 2015:

  • updated you on the European policy on sustainable energy;
  • introduced the Energy Efficiency priorities of the H2020 2016 calls for project proposals;
  • told you how to apply for funding;
  • offered dedicated workshops for each funding area with the opportunity to meet EASME's energy team and have answers to your questions;
  • gave  you opportunities to network and find project partners.

Programme 

Download the programme and watch again the sessions clicking on the room where they took place:

Who attended?

Participants coming from SME associations, businesses, European and national trade associations, chambers of commerce, European institutions, etc. were among the attendees. 

Twitter

Keep in touch with us and join @H2020EE or revisit the conversation using #H2020EE15 

Contact

For any questions regarding the survey contact Dorothée Crowe.

Disclaimer: 
The content of this page is for information purposes only. The relevant legal instruments and the text of the call shall take precedence over the information contained in this page. The European Commission or EASME does not accept responsibility for any use made of the information contained therein.

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