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We are happy to announce that META Group will be present at the upcoming European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) Energy Fair in Brussels from June 11th to 13th.  

The EUSEW is an annual event that serves as a platform to network with key actors committed to promoting energy efficiency and renewable energies, while also facilitating knowledge exchange on effective policies and fostering innovation aligned with the EU’s energy and climate objectives. By bringing together influential figures in sustainable energy, the Energy Fair encourages robust social connections and the sharing of critical insights, laying foundations for future cooperation. That is why, we will be sharing an informative stand alongside representatives from various projects including RESPONDENT, RESPECT, TIGON, SSTAR, eFORT, CST4ALL, and H-HOPE.

Discover our showcased EU projects 

At META Group, we are involved in many ambitious EU funded projects aiming to change the narrative in the field of sustainable energy. Through our participation, META Group seeks to inform about the latest developments of the following initiatives:

iEPB Upgrading the energy performance of the EU’s building stock, by increasing the synchrony between multiple Energy Performance Building assessments

iEPB aims to enhance the energy performance of the EU’s building stock by enhancing synchronization among existing Energy Performance Certifications (EPC) and other instruments. This involves aligning existing EPCs with complementary tools like the Smart Readiness Indicator (SRI) and energy renovation recommendations.

The integration relies on the development of a shared data model for EPB (Energy Performance Building) Assessments, which holds the potential for future expansion to incorporate additional assessments.

ECO2Fuel Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future

Today, we use mainly fossil fuels as the primary carbon source, emitting CO2 and accelerating climate change. ECO2Fuel is an EU project under Horizon2020 (Green Deal) that will change this paradigm by deriving carbon from CO2 instead of fossil fuels.

It aims to design, manufacture, operate, and validate the worldwide first low-temperature 1MW direct, electrochemical CO2 conversion system to produce economic and sustainable e-fuels and chemicals.

HYScale – Revolutionising electrolyser technology to produce cost-efficient green hydrogen

HYScale aims to produce green hydrogen in an economically efficient, durable, sustainable, and cost-effective manner. It stands out by eliminating the need for critical raw materials like fluorinated membranes and ionomers, making it more environmentally friendly

This EU-funded project will contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change by redefining the hydrogen production system.

NAHV – Evolving a cross-border ecosystem with renewable hydrogen

The project’s main goal is the creation of a hydrogenbased economic, social and industrial ecosystem based on the capacity of the quadruple helix actors. 

This will drive economic growth, generating new job opportunities within the framework of both the green and digital transitions and, by creating the conditions for wider EU replicability, it will contribute to the creation of a European Hydrogen Economy.

Horizon Results Booster – Free of charge support services to boost EU funded research results

Horizon Results Booster (HRB) is an initiative of the European Commission that aims to maximise the impact of research projects funded by FP7, Horizon 2020, or Horizon Europe programmes.

It brings together advisory organisations with deep expertise to answer pressing questions and needs of research initiatives through a comprehensive set of tools and methodologies.

The Energy Fair is open to all onsite attendees at EUSEW 2024. We invite you to visit us on June 11th and 12th from 9:00 to 18:00 CEST, and on June 13th from 9:00 to 17:30 CEST. 

Find more information about the European Sustainable Energy Week here. 

Download our leaflet to learn more about the projects.