Implementation of the fp7 Energy Theme (2007-2013)




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Energy efficiency / Smart Cities and Communities


Year

Topic description

number of projects

EC contribution

2007

Manufacturing and process industries: Innovative energy efficient manufacturing processes

NANOBAK

1.430.404 €

High efficiency poly-generation - applications with renewable energies

ENERCOM
ENERFISH
POLYSTABILAT

9.743.431 €

Testing innovative strategies for clean urban transport (CIVITAS – joint call with the Transport Theme)

RENAISSANCE

7.374.840 €
(**14.749.681 €)

Promotion and dissemination

SETATWORK

999.972 €

2008

Energy efficiency of industrial heat exchangers and boilers

CEREXPRO
CLEANEX
THERMONANO

7.717.977 €

High efficiency poly-generation - renewable energies for applications in industry

EMPYRO

4.949.947 €

CONCERTO communities: the way to the future

ECO-LIFE
GEOCOM
PIME'S
SOLUTION

37.830.296 €

2009

Energy efficiency in energy intensive industry

EE-QUARRY
ENEXAL

8.724.247 €

2010

Demonstration of Energy Efficiency through Retrofitting of Buildings (EeB)

BEEMUP
E2REBUILD
SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE

13.203.698 €

Valorisation of low temperature heat

LOVE

3.299.789 €

2011

Demonstration of very low energy new buildings (EeB)

BUILDSMART
DIRECTION
NEED4B
NEXT-BUILDINGS

20.025.589 €

Energy efficiency demonstration in manufacturing industry

CRAFTEM
EFENIS
NIWE

13.287.245 €

Energy efficiency in low-carbon industrial parks

LOCIMAP

1.987.993 €

2012

Smart Cities and Communities: Strategic sustainable planning and screening of city plans

STEEP
TRANSFORM
STEP-UP
PLEEC
INSMART

17.531.357 €

Demonstration of nearly Zero Energy Building Renovation for cities and districts (EeB)

ZENN
R2CITIES
EU-GUGLE

35.266.856 €

2013

Smart Cities and Communities: Demonstration of optimised energy systems for high performance-energy districts

CITYFIED

CITY-ZEN


READY

SINFONIA


*101.788.713 €

TOTAL

40

285.162.354 €


Knowledge for policy making


Year

Topic description

number of projects

EC contribution

2007

Energy behavioural changes

BARENERGY
CHANGING BEHAVIOUR

3.932.988 €

Energy security of supply

REACCESS
SECURE

5.785.705 €

Energy technological foresight and scenario development

PLANETS

1.541.674 €

Energy foresight network

EFONET

1.334.405 €

2009

European energy infrastructure networks and systems transition planning

ATEST

894.799 €

European scientific multidisciplinary "think-tank" to support energy policy and to assess the potential impacts of its measures

THINK

2.188.848 €

2013

European scientific multidisciplinary "think-tank" to support energy policy and to assess the potential impacts of its measures

INSIGHT_E

*1.999.509 €

TOTAL

9

17.677.928 €


FET / Materials


Year

Topic description

number of projects

EC contribution

2008

Future Emerging Technologies (FET)

ASPIS
CO2SOLSTOCK
PLANTPOWER
SOLHYDROMICS
THATEA

13.434.228 €

Novel materials for energy applications (Joint Call with NMP)

EFFIPRO
EPHOCELL
INNOVASOL
NANOPEC
POLYZION
SMALLINONE
FlyHY
SOLAMON
ROD-SOL
MAHEATT

14.139.451 €
(**23.809.693 €)


2010

Future Emerging Technologies for Energy Applications (FET)

PEPDIODE
QUASIDRY
CAPMIX
DEEPWIND
HAWE
MOLESOL
R2M-SI
REAPOWER

20.028.102 €

2012

Future Emerging Technologies for Energy Applications (FET)

CYANOFACTORY
H2ESOT
NANOMATCELL
HRC POWER
ALLOXIDEPV
PHOTONVOLTAICS
POLYWEC
NEST
POLYWEC
GLOBALSOL
GO-NEXTS
PHOCS
PROME3THE2US2

33.455.220 €




TOTAL

36

81.057.001 €

Fuel cells and Hydrogen


Year

Topic description

number of projects

EC contribution

2007

Basic research for materials and processes for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFC)

DECODE
ZEOCELL

5.617.397 €

Basic research on materials and processes for High Temperature Fuel Cells (SOFC & MCFC)

METSOFC

3.587.846 €

Innovative concepts for fuel cells

IDEAL-CELL

3.309.045 €

New materials and processes for advanced electrolysers

RELHY
WELTEMP

5.277.736 €

Advanced Materials for High Temperature thermo-chemical processes

HYCYCLES

3.748.823 €

Novel nanostructured materials for hydrogen storage

NANOHY

2.399.629 €

2008

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

30.000.000 €

2009

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

51.980.000 €

2010

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

71.980.000 €

2011

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

78.970.000 €

2012

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

39.985.000 €

2013

Energy Theme contribution to the JTI FCH

42.100.000 €

TOTAL

8

338.955.476 €


Other actions


Year

Topic description

number of projects

EC contribution

2007

Preparatory activities of the joint technology initiative for fuel cell and hydrogen

FCHINSTRUCT

684.125 €

2008

Trans-national co-operation among NCPs

C-ENERGY

299.856 €

Towards a low carbon energy: The European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (grant to a named beneficiary)

EBC2008

150.000 €

2009

Trans-national co-operation among NCPs

SET-Plan conference in Sweden (grant to a named beneficiary)



C-ENERGY +

SET-Plan_se2009.eu

999.996 €

143.466 €



2010

EERA Secretariat (grant to a named beneficiary)

EERASE

989.565 €

SET-Plan conference in Brussels (grant to a named beneficiary)

SETBRU

175.000 €

2011

SET-Plan conference in Poland (grant to a named beneficiary)

SET-POLAND

119.564 €

2012

Global Energy Assessment (grant to a named beneficiary)

GEA DISSEMINATION

128.400 €

2013

SET-Plan conference in Ireland (grant to a named beneficiary)

SET_IRELAND

124.005 €

Support for the secretariat of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) (grant to a named beneficiary)

EERASE2

1.199.996 €

Mobilising the research, innovation and educational capacities of Europe’s universities

UNI-SET

1.499.997 €

TOTAL

12

6.513.970 €



1 Activity 1 "Fuel Cells and Hydrogen" and Activity 10 "Horizontal aspects" have not been taken into account when analysing the coverage of Areas. Activity 1 has been managed by the FCH JU since 2008 and Areas in Activity 10 have been established ad-hoc when needed.

2 This includes projects funded under Area 2.2. (RES-E, Biomass) and under Activity 3 (Biofuels)

3 This does not include the projects funded under the Activity 7 (Grids) related to the integration of electricity generated from wind power into the grid.

4 For the purpose of this analysis, this project has been assigned to the category "CCS / Clean Coal".

5 For the purpose of this analysis, these projects have however been assigned to the category "Ocean energy".

6 This includes the projects funded under the Activity 7 (Grids) related to the integration of electricity generated from wind power into the grid, and the joint call with the ICT Theme in 2009.

7 While the Energy Theme currently supports 12 projects with a total budget of EUR 77 million dealing with batteries, thermal storage or hydrogen storage, other FP7 Themes (ICT, Materials, Transport) support some 40 projects worth around EUR 130 million.

8 Projects funded under the following joint calls have not been taken into account: FP7-2009-BIOREFINERY_CP, FP7-ENERGY-NMP-2008-1, FP7-ICT-ENERGY-2009-1, FP7-KBBE-2012-6-singlestage, FP7-NMP-ENERGY-2011, FP7-OCEAN-2010, FP7-OCEAN-2011. The combined contribution of the FP7 Energy Theme to the common pots of these calls was EUR 85 million (corresponding to 4% of the total Energy budget for projects).

9 The grant agreements for projects to be funded under the 2013 calls have not yet all been signed, thus data on EU contribution or composition of the consortium might still change during negotiation.

10 See “Tenth Progress Report on SMEs participation in the 7th R&D Framework Programme, June 2013” (http://ec.europa.eu/research/sme-techweb/pdf/sme_participaton_in_fp7_june_2013.pdf#view=fit&pagemode=none)

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