2022 – 2026
The ONEPlanET project aims to develop a common Nexus modelling framework to simulate and evaluate pathways to define a more sustainable future in Africa through the deployment of renewable energy infrastructure. In this way, it will be possible to stimulate a green energy transition in the continent as well as a decarbonization of existing energy plants.
The official website of the project is https://oneplanetproject.eu/
2022 – 2024
The official web of the project is https://spandam.es/
2022 – 2026
The official web of the project is https://rethinkaction.eu/#home
2022 – 2026
The official web of the project is https://www.nevermore-horizon.eu/
2022 – 2025
The overall objective of the IAM COMPACT Project is to pay more attention to the social aspects of the climate and energy transition: especially to directly take into account lifestyle changes and individual choices as well as to integrate climate action as an aspect of overall sustainability.
The official website of the project is https://www.iam-compact.eu/
2019 – 2023
The official web of the project is:
2016 – 2020
The transition to a low-carbon economy must achieve multiple objectives: competitiveness, environmental protection, quality job creation and social welfare. Therefore, policy makers and other key stakeholders require tools that must focus beyond the energy sector to include these other economic, social and environmental domains. MEDEAS aims to solve the current needs for integration and transparency by developing a state-of-the-art policy modeling tool based on WoLiM, TIMES and LEAP models and incorporating Input-Output Analysis, which allows accounting for environmental, social and economic impacts.
The official website of the project is https://medeas.eu/
2017 – 2021
Encouraged by the recommendations of the IPCC in its successive reports, several international organizations have called for countries to initiate a serious energy transition path towards a low carbon economy by 2050. The project aims to analyze these challenges through the design and development of an integrated energy-economy-climate change simulation and evaluation model that will allow the assessment of Spain’s energy transition towards a low carbon economy (Low-Carbon Economy) in the 2030-2050 horizon.