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Partner Search: Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy

Dear colleagues,

The Viladecans City Council is a city with more than 67.000 residents located 15 km from Barcelona and around 6 km from the airport. It is a young, dynamic, non-conformist city whose essence is its people. Viladecans has a large variety of geographic areas, from the beach to the mountain, through protected natural areas and agrarian lands.

Viladecans has long experience on EU projects and one recent example is the Vilawatt on energy transitions. Viladecans City Council, Barcelona Metropolitan Area (AMB), the citizen organisation and the business association for energy transition set up Vilawatt Consortium under the UIA initiative on Innovative local public-private-citizen partnership for energy governance.

Viladecans would like to join a consortium working on Demonstration of systemic solutions for the territorial deployment of the circular economy under the Horizon 2020 call LC-GD-3-2-2020, deadline 26 of January.

We would be pleased if you can disseminate this partner search among your stakeholders and partners.

Contact person in Viladecans City Council:

Laura Pardo Fernández
European Projects – Communication
relacions_internacionals@viladecans.cat
Tel. +34 93 635 18 00 (Ext. 8559)

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours Sincerely,

Brussels Office
Barcelona Provincial Council
European and International Strategy Office
International Relations Directorate
Presidency Department
Av. des Arts 3-4-5
1210 Brussels
Tel. +32 (0) 2 223 3521
Fax +32 (0) 2 223 3527
oeei.bxl@diba.cat

Partner Search: SIBEST – Smart industrial Building: from Industrial Building ExiSting to Technological one

Dear collegue,

the University of Florence is looking for partners for the Green Deal Call on Building and renovating in an energy and resource efficient way - TOPIC ID: LC-GD-4-1-2020.

The project aims on Prefabricated building, energy redevelopment, energy storage, seismic retrofitting, environmental monitoring, smart building.

In case you are interested in joining this idea or you are developing a similar project and looking for partners you can contact directly:
Prof. Frida Bazzocchi – frida.bazzocchi@unifi.it
Prof. Alberto Reatti – alberto.reatti@unifi.it
Prof. Andrea Rocchetti – andrea.rocchetti@unifi.it
Dr. Eng. Emanuele Del Monte – emanuele.delmonte@unifi.it

Thanks for your attention

Best regards

Enrico Mayrhofer

Template Projects Partners Search

Organisation:

Name of the organisation:
University of Florence

Project:

Name of the project (call identifier):
SIBEST - Smart industrial Building: from Industrial Building ExiSting to Technological one
(CALL: Building and renovating in an energy and resource efficient way - TOPIC ID: LC-GD-4-1-2020) and other

Topic:
Prefabricated building, energy redevelopment, energy storage, seismic retrofitting, environmental monitoring, smart building

Description of the project:
The research aims at creating a competitive supply chain able of designing and implementing systems for technological, seismic and energy redevelopment of the existing industrial building stock with particular reference to the one that is characterised by asbestos roofs that need to be replaced as a matter of urgency.

These systems will be part of a process that involves several redevelopment actions and different systems and components that will have to be used, some of which are currently not available on the market. The process and the related technical-operational protocol that is to be implemented, and which will be developed using innovative methods, briefly involves the following sequence:

  • removal and disposal of asbestos roofing systems, typically asbestos roof tiles placed above the roof beams of the building;
  • replacement of roofing systems with innovative low-carbon high insulation elements, which on the top surface will have photovoltaic panels that will be designed and prototyped during the research;
  • interventions for the improvement and seismic retrofitting of the building, with innovative systems some of which will be designed and prototyped during the research;
  • implementation of a medium-term storage system for energy produced by renewables, this system also will be designed and prototyped during the research;
  • integration in the building of control and monitoring systems for structural, environmental and energy diagnosis, systems that will be integrated and developed during the research also through a prototype stage.

The project develops on the assumption that in Europe during the '70s and '90s an extensive industrial building stock was built, which in many cases is now dilapidated and it really needs energy and structural redevelopment.

It is necessary to underline that in the context of nearly zero energy, low-carbon and smart building redevelopment, the intervention strategies must include an integrated design approach and refer to the interaction of aspects related to different disciplinary areas concerning the construction. Thus taking into account architectural, structural, energy and system engineering issues according to the needs of the production process, pursuing efficiency also on an economic level.

Therefore, the project partners, each one with their own skills and know-how, want to promote integrated retrofitting actions aimed at making the existing industrial building stock safer and more energy efficient, in order to develop and subsequently market some of the innovative components of the redevelopment process.

Project manager:
Prof. Frida Bazzocchi

Aim of the project:
The research aims at developing procedural tools and define new technical solutions available for retrofitting existing industrial buildings. Starting from the definition of existing industrial building typologies, a stage to which the working group has been applying for some time now, the research intends to identify the most recurrent ones in order to clearly define the feasible approach to involve the largest share of the market.

Starting from the assumption that the configuration of the existing industrial building is certainly characterised by problems related to the asbestos in the roof and the consequent need for replacement, in addition to the inadequate seismic performance and energy inefficiency, we intent to develop lines of action that take into account the various technical issues (technological, energy, environmental, safety and systems) and economic ones (cost of the intervention, building maintenance, reduction of management costs) in a »carbon free« logic that aims at the efficiency of the construction, introducing in the redevelopment new systems and technical elements of which prototypes will be made during the research.

For this purpose, an existing industrial building will be used as a case study. The prototypes of the different systems and components, that will be realized during the research, will be installed and tested on it, specifically:

  • two different types of low-carbon roofing systems, one with a mainly metal structure, and the other one with a wooden structure, which will integrate the photovoltaic system that will power the prototype energy storage system;
  • innovative anti-seismic devices to be placed on the main components of the prefabricated reinforced concrete frames, and in the interface with the roofing systems;
  • an energy supply system integrated with the building it operates, i.e. a system for the production of electrical and thermal energy by fuel-cell powered by hydrogen, produced on site by an electrolyser that uses the electricity generated by the photovoltaic system. The electrical energy will be stored in the form of hydrogen. The photovoltaic system with hydrogen storage that is to be tested consists of: photovoltaic panels as energy source, an electrolyser, a hydrogen storage tank, a fuel cell, a small battery pack, appropriate electronic power converters, a heat recovery system generated by the fuel-cell for possible use with domestic hot water/heating and cooling, a monitoring system for the acquisition of the operating parameters of the whole system and its components;
  • an innovative monitoring system capable of acquiring and managing not only energy parameters but the building's structural ones as well. It will be functional to the definition of a building model powered by energy produced from renewable sources (through the photovoltaic system integrated in the roof), able to storage energy and in which the energy issues are integrated with the structural ones.

The project will therefore focus on some lines of action and related aims:

  • identification of the most recurrent buildings and prevalent problems, with particular reference to the most inefficient elements (e.g. the roofing system);
  • development of a protocol for the disposal of asbestos elements that are very often present in existing roofs and subsequent replacement with innovative roofing systems;
  • identification of procedures for structural diagnosis aimed at defining the state of conservation of the elements and materials of existing buildings;
  • identification of procedures for the energy and environmental diagnosis of the building aimed not only at defining the building's energy identity card, but also at assessing all the potential effects of recovery and optimisation of energy flows. Indeed, it must be considered that the industrial buildings within the urban context, unlike other civil buildings, are favourably predisposed to have energy recovery and production systems from renewable sources. They can thus be transformed from buildings with high energy consumption and environmental impact to highly incisive production units in the creation of »carbon free« urban contexts;
  • construction and installation on the sample building of two different »low carbon« roofing systems integrated with devices for the production of energy from renewable sources (photovoltaic panels) and with high safety performance both static and seismic, as well as design;
  • construction and installation of innovative products and elements for the seismic improvement of construction that are also economically sustainable;
  • design and construction in the sample building of an energy storage system for the energy produced from the building through the use of renewables;
  • design and implementation in the sample building of a sensor system and monitoring one for structural diagnosis, building performance related to seismic actions, energy and environmental diagnosis and evaluation of all potential effects of recovery measures and energy flows optimisation.

Partner:

Specific requirements for partners (location,..):
Specify the skills:

  • Hydrogen
  • Photovoltaic
  • Building
  • Monitoring

Type of partner required:
Research Centres and Institutions and Companies

Additional info:

Preliminary budget (sources of funding,..):
1.5 Mio Euro

Contact persons:
Prof. Frida Bazzocchi – frida.bazzocchi@unifi.it
Prof. Alberto Reatti – alberto.reatti@unifi.it
Prof. Andrea Rocchetti – andrea.rocchetti@unifi.it
Dr. Eng. Emanuele Del Monte – emanuele.delmonte@unifi.it

Partner Search: Call for proposals COSME Tourism

Dear Colleagues,

Open Tourisme Lab, located in South of France (Nîmes-Occitanie) is looking for a consortium (stakeholders involved in tourism sector, as well as clusters, innovation hubs, incubators, accelerators, and public authorities from Europe) interested in participating in a project in the framework of the Call COSME »Innovation uptake and digitalization in the tourism sector«.

Open Tourisme Lab is a BtoB Open Innovation & design platform spezialised in tourism. Its core business is to stimulate innovation uptake in tourism sector.

3 main activities are developed :

  • Growth acceleration programmes for start-up and innovative SME’S – First French Tourism Accelerator.
  • Consulting in open innovation approach for DMO and professionnals (strategic design, creative and insightful research, experimentation & UX test, …).
  • Events for networking and cross-fertilization / cross sector knowledge sharing.

If you are interested please contact as soon as possible:

Emmanuel BOBIN – CEO – ebobin@opentourismelan.com
Justine CRES – CHO – jcres@opentourismelab.com
phone : + 33 4 48 76 02 20

I would kindly like to ask you to forward this information to your contacts. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question.

Kind regards,

Occitanie Europe
Rond-point Schuman, 14
1040 Bruxelles
Tel.: +32 (0) 2 280 09 19
Office@occitanie-europe.eu

Program / Call for proposals COSME - Competitiveness for Small and Medium Enterprises

Call:
Innovation uptake and digitalisation in the tourism sector

Partner interested to join a consortium:
Open Tourisme Lab – located in south of France (Nîmes – Occitanie Region).

Supported by the Occitanie / Pyrénées – Méditerranée Région and 2 other public authorities, and also supported by private stakeholders involved in tourism sector and digital industry.

Description of the partner:
Open Tourisme Lab is a BtoB Open Innovation & design platform spezialised in tourism. Our core business is to stimulate innovation uptake in tourism sector.

3 main activities are developed :

  • Growth acceleration programmes for start-up and innovative SME’S – First French Tourism Accelerator
  • Consulting in open innovation approach for DMO and professionnals (strategic design, creative and insightful research, experimentation & UX test, …)
  • Events for networking and cross-fertilization / cross sector knowledge sharing (business workshop & forum, hackathon, creative bootcamp, conference, investor workshop,)

Our added value : more than 1000 (tourism) start-up in our CRM, collaborative method to guide strategic design, prototyping and development, reputation based on trust.

Open tourisme Lab is applying to this call by providing its expertise in some work packages :

  • Training and coaching programme
  • Creative and design programme
  • Communication / relationship between stakeholders, best practice case studies, community management
  • Collective action such as events

Partners soughts:
Stakeholders involved in tourism sector, as well as clusters, innovation hubs, incubators, accelerators. From northern, eastern and southern Europe.

Outline of the project:
This action is to support the digital transformation of tourism entrepreneurs, particularly SMEs and start-ups, and boost innovation along the tourism value chain through the integration of tourism businesses and stakeholders in transnational and inter-regional innovation ecosystems as well as territorial partnerships and cooperation.

Activities:
The action will provide support to tourism SMEs and start-ups through among others, capacity building, training, coaching, technical assistance, prototyping, business matchmaking, financial advice, awareness raising.

Budget:
Maximum rate of co-financing: 75 %

Deadline:
As soon as possible, Deadline for applying : 11 february 2021

Contact:
Emmanuel BOBIN – CEO – ebobin@opentourismelan.com
Justine CRES – CHO – jcres@opentourismelab.com
phone : + 33 4 48 76 02 20

Partners search: Availability to join established consortia - Municipalities from Regione Umbria

Dear Collegues and Friends,

I hope my message finds you well!

I guess that in your territories, like in Regione Umbria, there is a lot of interest (and work) on the HORIZON 2020 Green Deal calls (Topic: Innovative land-based and offshore renewable energy technologies and their integration into the energy system).

I share with you a message from a team of three stakeholders from Umbria: Municipality of Acquasparta, Municipality of Sangemini together with the University of Perugia and the official endorsement of the Administration of Regione Umbria.

They are looking for an established consortium to join as Partner for an effective project application to be submitted in order to create a District heating and cooling (DHC) or for cogeneration of heat and power (CHP).

The team from Umbria is ready to share experience and know-how for designing a qualified project as well as its administrative capabilities for a pilot implementation/validation.

They are eager to put their addedd value into an innovative project, so if you are interested in collaborating with them do not hesitate to reply directly to this message or contact:

Francesco Marcolini  (Municipality of Acquasparta /Municipality of San Gemini)

+39 335 132 7447 - f.marcolini@greenhilladvisory.com

Feel free to share with your relevant contacts the following message to reach potential stakeholders!

All the best,

Gabriella Ceccarelli

Ufficio di Bruxelles
Rond Point Schuman, 14
1040 Bruxelles
Tel. 0032 2 2868573
Mobile (IT): +39 338 73 33 263
gceccarelli@europa.regione.umbria.it

Partner Search: KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts is looking for partners for COSME-call on innovation uptake and digitalisation in the tourism sector

Dear Sir or Madam,

The KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Flanders, Belgium) is looking for partners for the COSME-call on innovation uptake and digitalisation in the tourism sector (TOURINN-01-2020). You can find more information on their profile below:

Karel de Grote University of Applied Sciences - Centre of expertise Public Impact

We strive for events and tourist activities where people and organisations have meaningful interactions that lead to social and economic benefits. Through scientific research we provide knowledge and expertise to businesses, NPOs and government administrations to improve city life for both residents and companies. We inspire and guide them towards more significant digital, innovative and socioeconomically enriching activities. Therefore, we develop various models, trainings and (online) tools for optimisation trajectories and build impact measurement tools and perform impact analyses.

Contact  
Christine Merckx
Head of centre of expertise Public Impact
+ 32 (0)473 692 184
christine.merckx@kdg.be

KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts
Nationalestraat 5
2000 Antwerp
Belgium

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