Welcome on ICT21-EE project website !

Here you will find many information about the project and its progress.

 

This project has now ended.

GET INVOLVED!

You can still get involved in the network by entering your practice/case study/project.

 

In order to gather practices/projects/case studies, three online forms with a wide range of criteria have been created considering the three themes (ICT for energy efficiency in Builings, Transports and as a catalyst of change in user behaviour) the ICT21-EE project is supporting.

If your practice refers to ICT for energy efficiency in:

  • Buildings and behaviour: Click here
  • Transports and behaviour: Click here
  • Buildings, transports and behaviour: Click here

Our current online database

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Want to share or promote a practice/case study/project related to ICT for Energy efficiency, fill in one of the questionnaires above!

More details about the ICT21-EE project in videos...

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Project acronym: ICT21-EE

 

Project full title: European ICT network for energy efficiency

 

Project Duration: 18 months

 

Start: 01st of October 2008

End:   31st of March 2010

 

Budget: 442.5K€

 

Consortium: 16 Partners

 

Coordinator: ACIDD

The European thematic network ICT for energy efficiency aims at federating a wide variety of stakeholders initially from 10 European countries to develop common understanding of good practices in the field of ICT applied to energy efficiency in cities.

 

The approach will focus on what has been done and what can be done in urban areas, places where the issue of energy efficiency is particularly crucial. The concept and reality of sustainable cities will be discussed and challenged through three working groups and the creation of a social network and best practices platform.

 

These working groups will gather public and private stakeholders operating in the field of policy making, applied research and products conception around three topics:

 

- ICT for energy efficiency in buildings,

- ICT for energy efficiency in transportation and

- how ICT shall contribute to improved citizen behaviours regarding energy consumption.

 

The scope of the project will therefore go from best practice promotion - i.e. selection of case studies to identify appropriate technologies to be implemented and to measure energy savings - to strategy thinking and writing with the view to contributing to the new i2010 strategy for sustainable growth.

Co-funded by the European Union under the CIP (Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme)

CIP (Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme) Information and Communication Technologies - Policy Support Programme