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. - 27. November 2019
Aston University, Birmingham, GB
Joint workshop IEA Bioenergy Task 33 and Supergen Bioenergy Hub
4. December 2019
Egg Congress and Meeting Center Brussels, Belgium
The BBI JU Stakeholder Forum 2019 will bring together the bio-based industries community and facilitate open discussion on the impact, achievements and strategic direction of the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) programme, as well as the latest developments in the bio-based industries sector.
IEA DHC Annex TS2 webinar: Decreasing district heating return temperatures - How to identify critical substations
04. December 2019
In this Webinar, we will present measures to decrease return temperatures in substations and methods to identify where to apply them in order to maximize the impact on the entire system. Results for the network at TU Darmstadt Campus Lichtwiese will be shown as an example.
The public energy research expenditures of Austria in 2018 amounted to 144,1 million euros, increasing the expenditures of 2017 by 4,7 million euros. The research areas of energy efficiency, smart grids, storage and renewables define the priorities of the publicly financed energy research in Austria.
This broschure illustrates strategies and success stories from research & development for a sustainable energy future.