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PAWA TECHNOLOGIES AS

Worlds first mobile power grid and business ecosystem to support it

  • 71,429
  • Norway
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Worlds first mobile power grid and business ecosystem to support it
Company Name PAWA TECHNOLOGIES AS
Funded By 38
Country Norway , Western Europe
Project Value 71,429
Project Detail

68% of people in Sub-Saharan Africa currently live with very limited access to energy. In these unserved areas, electricity is expensive and difficult to access. Decentralized power generation projects (based on renewable energies) could be the key to unlocking the electrification challenge. These projects, however, have yet to develop business models that are genuinely sustainable over the long term. The most feasible technology, based on solar power is facing limited spread. Solar panels are not often available; they are too costly, fixed to a location or impractical to move and require maintenance. Pawa Technologies mission is to create the world’s first off-grid power eco-system turning people into power consumers, traders and producers - as a business, not by aid. Pawa is marketed towards people living in rural communities without access to the electric grid. Sub-Saharan Africa is a 600 million people market representing a €60 billion turnover. Pawa gives our target end users, the option to become power producers and sell excess power. For just a simple mobile phone charging micro-business, Pawa cost is recovered in less than 6 months and afterwards generates a steady income to the business owner, while granting savings in phone charges to their own neighbours. Pawa Technologies is a dynamic start-up backed by Moonwalk, an incubation company with over 10 companies in its portfolio, devoted to address social and sustainability challenges. Moonwalk companies have created 23 jobs in 2 years and are growing in 3 continents. In June 2016, Pawa entered the market place to pilot the Pawa prototypes. Kenyan customers pre-bought over 350 Pawa Introductory packages in less than 5 Hours. Currently, Pawa Package version 4 has entered trial production. At this point, we are situated to conduct product optimization that will reduce the cost, extend market presence in Kenya and penetrate additional countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Company Name PAWA TECHNOLOGIES AS
Address Torggata 15 0181 Oslo
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223022/factsheet/en

2.

SAN HITECH LTD

FAR INFRARED RADIATION SMART FABRIC HEATING ELEMENT FOR CROPS’ ROOT ENVIRONMENT OPTIMIZATION IN GREENHOUSES

  • 2 Million
  • Israel
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FAR INFRARED RADIATION SMART FABRIC HEATING ELEMENT FOR CROPS’ ROOT ENVIRONMENT OPTIMIZATION IN GREENHOUSES
Company Name SAN HITECH LTD
Funded By 38
Country Israel , Western Asia
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

Greenhouse managers need to improve their crops productivity to guarantee food security. Heating crops roots is essential to obtain higher yields, but existing technologies fail to direct the energy to the crops, heating the whole greenhouse instead. This has a large cost in terms of energy consumption (up to 40% energy waste) and GHG emissions and promotes pest infestation. With AgrowFab, we aim to commercialize a cost-efficient and sustainable technology consisting on a smart fabric that radiates heat as Far Infrared radiation (FIR). The fabric is made from nylon fibres coated with a proprietary non-metal carbon compound, making them electrically conductive. Our product’s nature (lightweight and mechanically flexible) allows its application to surface of any kind/size, and, thanks to a powerful control algorithm, it can be combined with other smart management systems to simultaneously control heating, irrigation and fertilization cycles, therefore enabling the complete management of the root-zone environment. AgrowFab controls the root’s capacity to absorb oxygen, water and nutrients on-demand, enhancing crop yields by 35%, while minimizing the energy waste (at least 40% lower) through accurate and faster (35-45%) temperature delivery. It also decreases the pesticide use by 20% and it can be powered using renewable energy sources. Our consortium is formed by San Hitech Ltd. – a leading engineering company with >20-year-experience and a wholesale branch for industrial electrical supplies – and ThermoSiv Ltd. – a experienced manufacturer of smart heating fabrics – which have joined their engineering and commercial capabilities to bring AgrowFab to market. Through this project, we aim to boost the competitiveness of both companies, reaching cumulative revenues of €47 million after 5 years of commercialization, creating 35 new job positions. With a total Phase 2 investment of €1.9 million, this would imply a ROI of 3.91.

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Company Name SAN HITECH LTD
Address 21 Halutzei Ha-TaAsiya Haifa
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223017/factsheet/en

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TERALOOP OY

A scalable and sustainable grid-scale energy storage system utilising 3rd generation flywheel technology for effective integration of renewable energy.

  • 3 Million
  • Finland
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A scalable and sustainable grid-scale energy storage system utilising 3rd generation flywheel technology for effective integration of renewable energy.
Company Name TERALOOP OY
Funded By 38
Country Finland , Western Europe
Project Value 3 Million
Project Detail

Electrical energy storage (EES) is a fundamental enabler to the deployment of renewable energy and provides cost-savings in other markets. The market is projected to grow from 1.1 GW in 2016 to 21.6 GW in 2025. Pumped hydroelectric storage (PHS) accounts for 98% of global energy storage, however they are geographically limited, environmentally impactful and require huge upfront costs. Other state-of-the-art solutions available in the market i.e. batteries for EES cannot scale-up to meet the demands on the electrical grids and networks. This results in an underutilisation or ineffective use of renewable energy sources. Teraloop has created a highly scalable, kinetic energy storage system, which draws upon proven technologies (flywheel energy storage, magnetic levitation and brushless motors.), innovatively configured for grid-scale storage with minimal visual and environmental footprint. The scalability of the system makes it suitable for a range of applications such as voltage support, frequency regulation, peak shaving, T&D upgrade deferral & congestion relief, load following and arbitrage.

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Company Name TERALOOP OY
Address Maarintie 6 02150 Espoo
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/223012/factsheet/en

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RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL

RENOVABLES OF THE RIBERA WIND FARM

  • 104 Million
  • Spain
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RENOVABLES OF THE RIBERA WIND FARM
Company Name RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL
Funded By 37
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 104 Million
Project Detail

The project consists of the financing of a 111-megawatt (MW) wind farm and its associated infrastructure, located in the Spanish region of Navarra. Objectives The present operation will contribute to the achievement of Spanish 2020 targets for renewable energy and to the reduction of the Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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Company Name RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL
Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20190097

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RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL

RENOVABLES OF THE RIBERA WIND FARM

  • 104 Million
  • Spain
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RENOVABLES OF THE RIBERA WIND FARM
Company Name RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL
Funded By 37
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 104 Million
Project Detail

The project consists of the financing of a 111-megawatt (MW) wind farm and its associated infrastructure, located in the Spanish region of Navarra. Objectives The present operation will contribute to the achievement of Spanish 2020 targets for renewable energy and to the reduction of the Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

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Company Name RENOVABLES DE LA RIBERA SL
Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20190097

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CREDIT AGRICOLE SA

AGRICULTURAL CREDIT - MBIL ENERGY TRANSITION

  • 250 Million
  • France
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AGRICULTURAL CREDIT - MBIL ENERGY TRANSITION
Company Name CREDIT AGRICOLE SA
Funded By 37
Country France , Western Europe
Project Value 250 Million
Project Detail

The project consists of a loan that will finance small-scale projects launched by SMEs and Midcaps or public entities contributing to climate action. Objectives The aim is to boost and further mobilise investments of enterprises active in the field of Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Green Vehicles.

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Company Name CREDIT AGRICOLE SA
Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20190200

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STADT WIEN

RenoBooster - the Smart Renovation Hub Vienna

  • 2 Million
  • Austria
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RenoBooster - the Smart Renovation Hub Vienna
Company Name STADT WIEN
Funded By 38
Country Austria , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

Vienna has set itself ambitious targets in its Smart City Framework Strategy. To achieve those targets, efforts must be increased considerably. With a large share of multi-storey buildings and the highest share of large buildings from before 1919, Vienna’s building stock differs significantly from those of the other Austrian provinces and calls for specifically targeted strategies and actions. RenoBooster – the Smart Renovation Hub Vienna proposes a tailored and timely answer to this challenge. It is the joint effort of renowned institutional, technical and social expertise led by the City of Vienna, to create an attractive offer - One-Stop-Shop - for the Viennese private home owners and their building managers built on existing services. The project is designed as comprehensive participatory process, involving the key stakeholders in Vienna and thus laying the ground for stable local partnerships for renovation. Substantial support has already been achieved in preparation of the proposal. The project combines new consulting services, banking and finance instruments, targeted subsidies, communication formats as well as technical and legal framework conditions into integrated services. Careful market segmentation and target-group specific communication will support the development and thorough testing of a number of new packages – including topics like efficient technologies, renewable energy and energy poverty. Quality assurance to support home owners in achieving the expected energy savings will be the essential element. In the first 5 years of the Smart Renovation Hub Vienna the new integrated services are expected to lead to an increase of the renovation rate and quality, triggering at least 110 mio € investments, 5.5 GWh/a of primary energy savings and a reduction of 1000t of CO2 emissions/a. Moreover, RenoBooster is expected to create a positive dynamic going beyond this project and stimulate further energy-efficient renovation initiatives.

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Company Name STADT WIEN
Address Rathaus 1082 Wien
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/222990/factsheet/en

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Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Limited (IDC)

Renewable Energy Sector Development Project

  • 1,150 Billion
  • South Africa
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Renewable Energy Sector Development Project
Company Name Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Limited (IDC)
Funded By 125
Country South Africa , Southern Africa
Project Value 1,150 Billion
Project Detail

The objective of the Project is to facilitate investments in renewable energy that will contribute to power generation mix and avoidance of carbon dioxide emissions in South Africa, in line with the South African Government’s Integrated Resource Plan, and its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions as articulated in the National Development Plan 2030 The proposed NDB loan through the modality of a two-step loan will be used by IDC for on-lending to its identified sub-projects including solar, biomass and wind energy sectors. The positive impacts of the Project include increase in generation capacity from renewable energy sources leading to avoidance of CO2 emissions. After successful implementation of the Project, electricity of no less than 500 GWh will be generated annually from renewable sources leading to savings in CO2 emissions of around 480,000 tons annually. The development impacts of the Project also include an overall increase of the efficiency of the energy sector in South Africa, which is now heavily reliant on coal. In addition, the Project is expected to contribute to unlocking private sector investment, and increasing availability of long-term local currency (ZAR) funds for energy sector projects in South Africa. The Project has been classified as Category “FI-B”, in accordance with NDB Environment and Social Framework (ESF), as funding will be through a financial intermediary. The individual sub-projects are likely to be Category “B”, in accordance with the NDB ESF. NDB will have the right to review the environmental and social categorization of subprojects by IDC, and if a sub-project is categorized as Category “A” in accordance with the NDB ESF, it will require NDB’s approval. The sub-projects to be supported are required to comply with the requirements of the environmental and social framework in South Africa The Project is estimated to be implemented between 2019 and 2023. Suppliers for the Project will be selected through competitive and transparent bidding processes.

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Company Name Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Limited (IDC)
Address 19 Fredman Drive, Sandown PO Box 784055 Sandton, 2146 Tel: 011 269 3000 Fax: 011 269 3116
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Project-Summary-IDC-SA.pdf

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RUHR-UNIVERSITAET BOCHUM

Functional Organic-Inorganic Hybrids for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction

  • 162,806
  • Germany
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Functional Organic-Inorganic Hybrids for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction
Company Name RUHR-UNIVERSITAET BOCHUM
Funded By 38
Country Germany , Western Europe
Project Value 162,806
Project Detail

Electrochemical CO2 reduction reaction (CO2RR) represents a promising technique for sustainable utilization of renewable energy like wind and solar energy to produce value-added valuable chemical feedstocks or fuels, providing an alternative way to the climate and energy issues in European Union (EU). Unfortunately, the progress in this area has been slow as a result of the sluggish CO2 reaction kinetics and the lack of efficient electrocatalysts. This research proposal aims to go beyond the state-of-art in this area through rationally designing and engineering novel metal phosphonate organic-inorganic hybrid electrocatalysts to illustrate a new methodology for the electrocatalytic CO2 reduction. The intractable low selectivity/ efficiency of electrocatalytic CO2 reduction will be overcome through rationally adjusting the organic/inorganic compositions, porosity, and nano-/mesostructures of functional metal phosphonates to realize impressive performance. The nature and origin of the CO2 reduction process will be investigated in this project, aiming at illustrating the relationship of chemical compositions and structures towards electrochemical performance and thus providing new protocols to design CO2RR electrocatalysts. The successful completion of this project is suggested to advance CO2 conversion technologies, ensure the viability of EUs resources, and benefit its clean energy/manufacturing industry.

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Company Name RUHR-UNIVERSITAET BOCHUM
Address Universitaetsstrasse 150 44801 Bochum
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/222783/factsheet/en

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EDP RENOVAVEIS SA

LATAM SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION FL

  • 700 Million
  • Brazil
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LATAM SUSTAINABLE POWER GENERATION FL
Company Name EDP RENOVAVEIS SA
Funded By 37
Country Brazil , South America
Project Value 700 Million
Project Detail

A framework loan to support the development of renewable energy projects in Brazil and Mexico, promoted by Energias De Portugal Renováveis (EDPR). Objectives The project aims at financing climate change mitigation projects in the areas of renewable energy and energy efficiency in Brazil and Mexico. The operation is eligible under the Banks Climate Action and Environment Facility 2014-2020 and it will contribute to the Banks climate action lending objectives. The renewable energy projects are expected to positively impact the domestic economies through job creation and fuel import bill reduction, while improving energy security and reducing energy prices. The operation supports clean, renewable energy generation in Brazil and Mexico in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all (SDG 7) and taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts (SDG 13).

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Company Name EDP RENOVAVEIS SA
Web Site https://www.eib.org/en/projects/pipelines/all/20170468

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