The new CORDIS Synergy Info Pack highlights how 33 CINEA-managed projects coming from different countries, sectors and funding programmes are all working towards the same shared goal: to advance Europe’s clean energy transition.
Achieving both energy sovereignty and climate neutrality will require a substantial increase in everything from energy efficiency home renovations and the decarbonisation of industry to the adoption of climate-conscious lifestyles by citizens. It will also require public-private cooperation, community engagement, new technologies, innovative infrastructure, sustainable transportation alternatives, and integrated smart grids.
That’s a tall order, but one that is being delivered by 33 EU-funded projects highlighted in this Clean energy transition to REPower the EU publication. This new CORDIS Synergy Info Pack highlights how projects coming from different countries, sectors and funding programmes are all working towards the same shared goal: to advance Europe’s clean energy transition.
These 33 CINEA-managed projects from various sectors and programmes are thus working to decarbonise industry, renovate buildings, change consumer behaviour, innovate new ways to produce renewable energy, build smart grid infrastructure, and electrify the mobility sector.
Source: European Commission | European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (https://shorturl.at/fzDN3)