BioResources Styria (Grünes Herz)
Objective: Create a whole value chain optimal usage scenario for bioresources.
Coordinator: eseia, Partners: Styrian Agricultural Chamber, Energy Styria, Joanneum Research, University of Graz, FH Joanneum, TU Graz
CEP-REC Introduction of Regional Energy Concepts
eseia was selected as associated partner in the CEP-REC Introduction of Regional Energy Concepts a project in the Central Europe Programme in the area of dissemination and knowledge transfer. The overall objective of the project is the promotion of renewable energy resources and the utilisation of their exploitation as a development engine and a sustainability factor at the regional/local level. This project is coordinated by eza! Energie- & Umweltzentrum Allgäu. The project started in March 2012. Click here to read more.
eseia Online Journal on Energy, Sustainability and Society Together with Springer and the Helmholtz Association, eseia established the online journal ‘Energy, Sustainability and Society’ to offer an international and holistic platform for discourse between natural scientists, engineers, social & political scientists as well as experts from industry who drive the innovation of sustainable energy systems. eseia members have the opportunity to publish their articles cost-free (full details can be found in the members section). To see the latest journal entries click here.
I-Energy 2.0 - the power of a vision!
This project funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency is built on the energy vision 2050 of the energy region Weiz-Gleisdorf. It is the aim of this project to visually anticipate this vision in form of single demonstration projects, i.e. public visualization of visionary complete solutions within the context of Smart Cities or Smart Urban Regions, renewable energy, energy efficiency and regional energetic autonomy. Find out more...
Objective: Bridging the gap between research and innovation by aligning better research objectives to socio-economic needs
Coordinator: ZSI Austria, Partners: eseia, SINTEF, Bergischer Abfallwirtschaftsverband, TUHH, University of Twente, National Academy of Sciences (Armenia), Tech Transfer Association (Armenia), Belarusian Institute of Systems Analysis, Belarusian Innovation Fund, Agency for Innovation and Tech Transfer (Moldova)
Funding: EU/ FP7 INCO
eseia Education and Training Programme has been designed to build on the gaps as highlighted in the EC SET-Plan Education and Training Initiative, these are: more practice-oriented training; more business – education – research interaction; systems integration;cross-cutting courses.
eseia Reference Handbook for Sustainability in Education and Training
The eseia Reference Handbook for Sustainability in Education and Training aims to provide a European reference framework for Education and Training programmes in the tertiary sector, which focus on sustainability. The eseia Reference Handbook for Sustainability in Education and Training presents within the context of an European reference framework a range of programme methologies, formats, skills, contents, and standards developed from examples of best practice according to the eseia Education and Training Programme.