integRatEd Solutions for POsitive eNergy and reSilient CitiEs

Project: EU project

Project Details

Description

RESPONSE aims to turn energy sustainability into a do-able vision by solving the energy trilemma (security, equity/affordability, environmental sustainability) at building, block and district levels in smart cities. RESPONSE builds upon intelligent integrated and interconnected energy systems coupled with demand-oriented city infrastructures, governance models and services that foster energy sustainability. RESPONSE will inject locally produced renewable energy in the energy mix, while optimising the operations of the energy systems by integrating storage technologies and smart grid solutions along with advanced monitoring, control and automation. Its partners will also establish an open and collaborative ecosystem allowing the deployment of citizen-centric design and cocreation initiatives for energy sustainability. The generated solutions will be turned into successful business cases through demonstration and will eventually be replicated through sustainable business models and novel financing schemes at EU-wide scale. This way, RESPONSE acts locally to generate a global positive impact on energy sustainability and climate change.
AcronymRESPONSE
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/10/2030/09/25

Collaborative partners

  • VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
  • City of Turku (Project partner)
  • OGGA (Project partner)
  • Center for Research Resources and Energy Consumption (Circe) (Project partner)
  • Dijon metropolis (Project partner)
  • Enedis SA (Project partner)
  • Up4North (Project partner)
  • Oy Tur­ku Ener­gia – Åbo Ener­gi Ab (Project partner)
  • Municipality of Gabrovo (Project partner)
  • EIFER- European Institute for Energy Research by EDF and KIT (Project partner) (lead)
  • Zaragoza City Council (Project partner)
  • Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) (Project partner)
  • Grand Dijon Habitat (Project partner)
  • Électricité de France S.A. (EDF) (Project partner)
  • Sociedade Portuguesa Inovação, Consultadoria Empresarial e Fomento da Inovação, S.A. (Project partner)
  • National Technical University of Athens (Project partner)
  • Municipality of Eordea (Project partner)
  • Elisa Oyj (Project partner)
  • Civocracy B.V. (Project partner)
  • Comillas Pontifical University (Project partner)
  • eGain Group AB (Project partner)
  • Panga (Project partner)
  • Ferroamp Elektronik AB (Project partner)
  • RINA Consulting S.p.A. (Project partner)
  • HögforsGST Oy (Project partner)
  • Turku City Data Oy (Project partner)
  • Coriance (Project partner)
  • NanoSense SARL (Project partner)
  • Sähkö-Jokinen Oy (Project partner)
  • Office Public de l'Habitat de la Côte-d'Or (ORVITIS) (Project partner)
  • Municipality of Dijon (Project partner)
  • Turku University of Applied Sciences (Project partner)
  • K.I.D.S A.I'S (Project partner)
  • Atmo Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (Project partner)
  • Turku Student Village Foundation (TYS) (Project partner)
  • National Institute for Research and Development in Electrical Engineering ICPE-CA Bucharest (Project partner)
  • Sunamp Ltd (Project partner)
  • Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) (Project partner)
  • Elcon Solutions Oy (Project partner)
  • Bouygues Construction (Project partner)
  • University of Franche-Comté (Project partner)
  • City of Brussels (Project partner)
  • FAFCO (Project partner)
  • Innovative Energy and Information Technologies Ltd (IEIT) (Project partner)
  • Oilon Technology Oy (Project partner)
  • CNet Svenska (Project partner)
  • Onyx Solar (Project partner)
  • Solar Finland Oy (Project partner)
  • HR-Ikkunat Ruhkala Oy (Project partner)
  • University of Turku (Project partner)
  • iSolutions LLC Ukraine (Project partner)
  • Luhansk Regional Development Agency (Project partner)
  • City of Botosani (Project partner)

Funding category

  • EU-H2020

Keywords

  • H2020-LC-SC3-2020-EC-ES-SCC
  • Energy efficiency - general