List of participants

EPATEE, a Horizon 2020 project, will be carried out by the following ten partners:

The Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME)

The Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) is the French public agency reporting to the Ministry for Environment, Energy and Sea. Actively involved in the implementation and assessment of public policy in the areas of the environment, energy and sustainable development, it provides expertise and advisory services to businesses, local authorities and communities, government bodies and the public at large, to enable them to establish and consolidate their energy and environmental actions.

The Austrian Energy Agency (AEA)

The Austrian Energy Agency (AEA) was founded in 1977 as a non-profit scientific association. Its main goal is to develop, support and implement measures that aim at a sustainable energy supply and an efficient use. Among the areas of work are innovative energy technologies (ET), energy efficiency (EE), and renewable energy sources (RES).

ATEE (Association technique Energie Environnement)

ATEE (Association technique Energie Environnement) is a French non-profit association founded in 1978 by industrial/energy companies to promote energy savings. Since then, is has become a central body for Energy Management / Energy & Environment in France, with more than 2200 members and 15 regional delegations. It is specially known to have been the coordinator of French White Certificates scheme and the deemed savings operations maker since 2006.

The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) leads energy technology research and development, policy analysis and advice in the Netherlands. Funded by the Dutch government for about 30%, the ECN is an independent organization employing over 450 people and structured into five business units: solar energy / wind energy / biomass & energy efficiency in industry / environmental research, engineering & services / policy studies.

The Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar (EIHP)

The Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar (EIHP) is a Croatian public energy Institute formally established in 1994. In 2004, it became a non-profit scientific institution owned by the Republic of Croatia. The institute is positioned as the national center of excellence in the field of energy planning and analysis in the wider region, particularly in the context of continuing reform, restructuring, privatization and opening up of the energy markets, in order to develop a responsible and sustainable energy industry.

The Italian Federation for energy efficiency (FIRE)

The Italian Federation for energy efficiency (FIRE) is an independent non-profit organization promoting the efficient use of energy. Founded in 1987 by the national agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development (ENEA) and two energy manager associations, FIRE supports both supply and demand players involved in the energy sector through its institutional activities and services. It also promotes a positive development of the legal framework to foster an efficient use of energy.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI
Fraunhofer ISI

The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI is part of the Fraunhofer Society for Applied Research in Germany, a non-profit corporation which promotes applied research and assures the link between fundamental and industrial research. The Fraunhofer Society has around 60 research institutes all over Germany: Fraunhofer ISI complements the scientific and technological spectrum of the Institutes through interdisciplinary research on the interdependence between technology, economy and society.

Headquartered in the Netherlands, the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP)

Headquartered in the Netherlands, the Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy (IEECP) is a non for profit international research institute that brings together top experts in energy efficiency and climate policy issues from various EU research organizations. It is the scientific coordinator of the H2020 PROSPECT (Peer powered Cities and Regions), while IEECP’s members have participated individually or coordinated a series of Intelligent Energy Europe (such as ENSPOL, EMEEES), FP7 (such as APRAISE, POLIMP and others) and Horizon 2020 projects (PUBLENEF, EU-MERCI, MULTEE and others).

The Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI)

The Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) was established in 1956. It is the state technical research center and highest qualified expert on the issues of engineering, hydrology, metrology, nuclear safety and environment protection and economy related to Lithuanian energy. The LEI is well known among the local and international scientific society interested in fundamental research in hydrodynamics, thermal physics, material science, simulation and control of power supply systems and hydrology.

Motiva is an expert company promoting efficient and sustainable use of energy and materials
Motiva Oy

Motiva is an expert company promoting efficient and sustainable use of energy and materials. It operates as an affiliated Government agency and encourages consumers and actors in different sectors into positive actions and communications by advocating energy efficiency and renewable energy. Among its main key areas of operation are: policy analysis and monitoring and impacts assessment of policies and measures / energy and material auditing / energy and material efficiency agreements / Renewable energy / Industrial symbiosis.