UNEP DTU Partnership ends the year on a positive note, winning several large projects in the last quarter of 2020. One of these projects is funded by the European Commission’s prestigious and highly competitive H2020 programme. The 4-year EUR research project entitled “Innovative Tools for Cyber-Physical Energy Systems (InnoCyPES)” will see UDP work with DTU Elektro, as part of consortium focusing on the transformation towards fully digitalized energy systems and enabling changes in policy, incentive and regulatory mechanisms. For more information contact Emmanuel Ackom: email@example.com. Two additional 5-year projects come funded by the German International Climate Initiative (IKI). One is led by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) on “Improving the energy efficiency of the global building supply chain industry and its products to deliver high performance buildings” For more information contact Xianli Zhu. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second IKI-funded project focuses on “Article 6 cooperative approaches for high ambition NDC implementation” For more information contact Karen Holm Olsen email@example.com