EVELIXIA project aims to realize Buildings as Active Utility Nodes (BAUNs), rendering the EU Building stock as:

Energy efficient.

Connected, by facilitating a two-way communication between the grid and the occupants, capitalizing on flexible technologies.

Smart, by utilizing analytics supported by sensors and controls to co-optimize efficiency, flexibility, and occupant preferences.

Flexible, reducing, shifting, or modulating energy use according to occupant needs, while considering utility signals.

META BUILD aims to accelerate the electrification of buildings’ thermal energy demand by adopting heat pumps (HPs) coupled with renewable energy sources (RES), battery storage while enhancing the Buildings Digitalisation and Intelligence (BDI).


To achieve its goal, META BUILD will pioneer highly cost-effective solutions validated at Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) 6-8 and optimise efficiency through 3D models of buildings, monitored by AI to track performance. 


META BUILD’s focus extends across several buildings strategically identified across various countries (Austria, Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Germany, Latvia, Poland).

i-STENTORE aims to explore and optimize the integration of various storage solutions, emphasizing innovation and efficiency. It will highlight the synergy between different storage systems and other integrated assets, prioritizing reliability, power quality, cost-efficiency, and asset lifespan. The project will introduce a comprehensive framework to demonstrate both standalone and hybrid storage solutions, showcasing their versatility beyond mere energy buffering. These solutions will act as active grid components, offering services to enhance grid resilience, stability, and overall efficiency.

EXIGENCE is conceiving a system and defining metrics, and interdomain data exposure means to assess end-to-end ICT service delivery. The insights from this work will be formulated as pivotal sustainability requirements and brought into standardisation bodies (3GPP and ETSI) to shape the emerging next-generation mobile system (6G).

HEDGE-IoT proposes a novel Digital Framework to deploy IoT assets at different levels of the energy system to add intelligence to the edge and cloud layers through advanced AI/ML tools and to bridge the cloud/edge continuum introducing federated applications governed by advanced computational orchestration solutions. 

Supporting Europe’s digital and green transition, DigiWind will deliver the interdisciplinary Specialised Education Programmes (SEP) needed to future-proof the careers of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) professionals in wind and energy systems through their acquisition of advanced digital skills including the Digital Europe Programme’s (DEP) key capacity areas of High- Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cybersecurity, and other emerging technologies.

TWAIN is dedicated to ensuring the reliable and cost-effective design and operation of wind power plants, with a specific emphasis on system stability, security, and environmental considerations. This involves the pivotal role of coordinated solutions for wind farm control and asset management.

6G-PATH will build an extensive B5G/6G infrastructure where a set of core architectures and domain-specific capabilities will be brought together and made available for integration of applications and use cases of relevance within the four addressed verticals, to conduct large-scale pilots and trials. The results of these pilots and trials will be collected and analysed in detail, to generate appropriate lessons and requirements for future 6G communications, as well as to identify, characterize and refine leading-edge business models towards the commercialisations and exploitation of 6G use cases and technologies.

SNUG aspires to contribute to a world where buildings seamlessly integrate with the environment by reshaping the construction industry and fostering the transition to Zero-Energy Buildings (ZEBs).

INFERNO aims to develop a system to turn industrial waste heat into electricity. This system will use three advanced technologies: thermophotovoltaics (TPV),  metasurface collector (a heat-capturing surface), and thermoelectrics generators (TEG). With an innovative design strategy, these components will be integrated to develop a modular hybrid energy harvesting system that can be easily integrated into the production lines for converting industrial waste heat into usable electricity. The project’s ultimate goal is to create an efficient and easy-to-install system that helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 


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