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 Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK).
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:
IEA Bioenergy Webinar: Sustainable aviation fuel/biojet technologies - commercialisation status, opportunities and challenges
13. July 2021
The webinar will provide an in-depth look at challenges and opportunities for commercialisation of SAF technologies, as well as emerging trends in research and development.
17. Juli - 8. August 2021
The GBS Summer University brings world class knowledge on sustainable buildings, passive houses and renewable energies to an ever expanding international audience of students and professionals. Continuing on the enormous success of last year, the GBS will be back in an upgraded online version in 2021 to bring top-notch expertise on ecological building straight to you.
8. - 10. September 2021
ERSCP21 will consider the possibilities to reduce the emission of climate-relevant gases during production as well as to reduce upstream emissions by changing consumer behavior. The topics discussed at the conference cover a number of UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Biomass, Photovoltaic, Solarthermal collectors, Heat pumps and Wind power
In 2020, about 1,000 projects and activities for publicly funded energy-related research, development and first-of-a-kind demonstration amounted to 155.2 million euros. As in previous years, the area of "energy-efficient end-use technologies" is in first place with expenditures of 76.8 million euros. The areas "smart grids and storage", "renewable energy" and "cross-cutting issues" follow by a comparatively wide margin.