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Solar adoption rise in the 2 seas

Project: Research

Description

The objective of this project is to facilitate the large-scale deployment of solar electricity/heat generation in the 2 Seas and support the EU to meet its target of 20% energy consumption from renewables by 2020. The consortium tests and demonstrates a series of innovative solar solutions on historical/public buildings and households (with focus on lowincome families) in both urban and rural settings. Each demonstrator reduces the cost of solar energy generation in combination with innovative storage technology to enhance efficiencies and greater use at point of generation rather than export to the grid.

SOLARISE brings together partners from business, academic and public sectors and citizens to stimulate change in the current situation and delivers a comprehensive business case that looks at future financing and investment opportunities in solar generation. Essentially the project helps drive CO2 savings, grid balancing and provide a means to reduce energy bills.
AcronymSOLARISE
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/07/1830/06/22

Collaborative partners

  • Universite de Picardie Jules Verne

Funding

  • European Commission: £219,697.00

Award relations

Solare adoption rise in the 2 seas (SOLARISE)

Professor Victor Becerra, Dr Jovana Radulovic, Dr Rinat Khusainov & Dr David Hutchinson

European Commission: £219,697.00

1/07/1831/12/21

Award date: 6/07/18

Funding: R: ResearchAward

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