Presentation on theme: "Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency Information Day 12 December 2014 Parallel session: Energy Efficiency in Industry (large companies and SMEs) – Topics EE16."— Presentation transcript:
Horizon 2020 Energy Efficiency Information Day 12 December 2014 Parallel session: Energy Efficiency in Industry (large companies and SMEs) – Topics EE16 and EE18 EASME Project Advisors: Emilio Font de Mora, Céline Tougeron
Agenda 15:50 – 16:05Policy Context: Energy Efficiency in Industry Serena Pontoglio 16:05 – 16:30 EE16 – Organisational innovation to increase energy efficiency in industry Céline Tougeron EE18 – New technologies for utilization of heat recovery in large industrial system Emilio Font de Mora 16:30 – 17:00Q&A
EE16 – Organisational innovation to increase energy efficiency in industry CSA
EE16 – The challenge Further reduce the energy consumption of the industry sector and improve its competitiveness Additional gains possible thanks to existing cost-effective energy solutions and new affordable intelligent energy solutions
EE16 – The scope (1/4) Proposals should: Focus on removing market barriers, in particular lack of expertise and information on energy management; Put in place mechanisms to secure funding for energy efficiency investments & facilitate the continuation of the activities beyond the project lifetime
EE16 – The scope (2/4) Proposals should: Primarily address the uptake of cross-cutting innovative technologies Consider total-site energy management schemes and system optimization methodologies Prioritise energy-intensive industries.
EE16 – The scope (3/4) Where appropriate or cost effective, proposals should: Encourage use of renewable energies and waste heat recovery, Consider high energy consumption processes where appropriate.
EE16 – The scope (4/4) The following areas can also be funded (individually or in combination): Industrial system efficiency benchmarking: Development of sector-specific technology pathways towards 2050 to target the most energy-intensive industrial sectors; Energy management in SMEs and industry Human and organizational challenges
EE16 – The expected impacts (1/2) For capacity building project, every 1 million euro of EU support should increase the skills of hundreds of people working in the sector and result in savings of at least 25 GWh per year.
EE16 – The expected impacts (2/2) Demonstration of a significant impact in terms of: improved competitiveness larger investments made by stakeholders in sustainable energy primary energy savings better implementation of efficiency policy number of policy makers influenced number of people with increased skills number of people changing their behaviour
EE16 – To keep in mind Single stage evaluation Type of action: Coordination and Support Action Recommended EU contribution: EUR 1,5 to 2 million per project
EE16 - The lessons learnt from the evaluations of the Call 2014 The main weaknesses identified: Limited innovative concepts Methodology issues Access to finance for the actual implementation of energy efficiency upgrades not sufficiently addressed Impacts
EE18 – New technologies for utilisation of heat recovery in large industrial systems considering the whole energy cycle from heat production to transformation, delivery and end use TRL 4-7 RIA
Reduce energy use in industrial processes and in H&C by utilising surplus heat/waste heat, increasing economic competitiveness of waste heat recovery and developing ready-made new practical solutions tested in real-word conditions EE18 – The challenge
Research & demonstration on technologies, technical and operational approaches to recover waste heat from: industrial processes, material flows originating in industrial processes or plant perimeters, and to transform it into useful energy forms Methodologies & equipment should be subjected to full scale validation at demo sites in industrial facilities (real-world conditions) EE18 – The scope (1/2)
R&D main subjects: Technical, organisational and operational solutions for internal process use, internal or external plant use; Integration & optimisation of the heat chain including fuel substitution and efficient use of heat; Evaluating waste heat potentials internal & externally; Advanced control & operation techniques, automation and safety measures and protocols; Adaptable heat recovery modules; Advanced co- and tri-generation, energy cascading; Solutions for non-technical issues EE18 – The scope (2/2)
Design, development & demonstration of economically viable solutions that recover at least 15% of process heat Technical, organisational & operational adaptable modules Perceived & business risks reduced Widespread uptake of the solutions with a high impact in several industry sectors – large replication potential Easy integration in current industrial landscape Turn-key solutions with appropriate pay-back time EE18 – The expected impacts
Main weaknesses identified: Technologies at a very preliminary research stage, not credibly leading to demonstration Stated impacts not credible, not sufficiently supported by solid evidence Quality of implementation not sufficient, lacking details; structure not fully clear Not sufficient information of the resources allocated Low participation of target industries EE18 – The lessons learnt from the evaluations of the Call 2014
Single stage evaluation Type of action: Research and Innovation action The threshold for the criteria Excellence & Impact will be 4 out of 5. The overall threshold will be 12 out of 15 Recommended EU contribution: EUR 3-4 million per project Indicative budget: EUR 8m (implemented under SPIRE PPP) EE18 – Specific conditions for this call TRL 4-7 RIA
Call Deadlines EE-18-20154th February 2015 EE-16-20154th June 2015
Thank you very much for your attention For more information: EASME-Energy@ec.europa.eu Horizon 2020 documents: http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm?pg =h2020-documents http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm?pg =h2020-documents FAQ EE Call: http://ec.europa.eu/easme/sites/easme- site/files/documents/H2020-Energy-Efficiency-FAQ.pdfhttp://ec.europa.eu/easme/sites/easme- site/files/documents/H2020-Energy-Efficiency-FAQ.pdf