Online Platform „Sustainable Development“
Online Platform „Sustainable Development"
The online platform „Sustainable Development" provides communication and information transmission in the context of Research and Technology Programs in the area of Renewable Energy and Environmental Technologies. It is a service from the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit).
In accordance with the principles of open access, all projects and project outcomes will be made available to the public. This will include the following Research and Technology Programs:
- Building of Tomorrow (1999 – 2013)
- Factory of Tomorrow (2000 – 2008)
- Energy Systems of Tomorrow (2003 – 2007)
The project categories in this programme section help you to find ongoing and completed projects. If you want to search for keywords, please use the full-text search.
Furthermore, the open access platform also provides the following:
26. October 2020
This webinar will explore some of the key reasons why methanol can be an alternative fuel aligned with the priorities of today on the energy and climate fronts.
10. December 2020
The talk will summarize research done in Denmark on the usability of low-cost air quality sensors for controlling of residential ventilation. The experiments studied sensors’ performance under typical air polluting activities occurring in homes. The presentation will also discuss pros and cons with respect to sensors’ suitability for demand control of residential ventilation.
10. - 12. March 2020 New Date: 16. - 18. March 2021
The 14th IRES Conference by EUROSOLAR and the 9th ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE conference will focus on business models, business chances and international market trends as well as topics from the fields of science and technology. The themes range from thermal and electric storage systems, power-to-gas, flexibilities, and energy system analyses to standardisation issues and international markets.
Biomass, Photovoltaic, Solarthermal collectors, Heat pumps and Wind power
The public energy research expenditures in 2019 amounted to 149,1 Mio Euro. In first place is energy efficiency (especially e-mobility, industry and buildings) followed by renewables (especially bioenergy and photovoltaics) as well as smart grids and storage.