BUTTERFLY (Biomass Utilized To The Extended portfolio of Renewable Fuels with Large Yields) is a project funded by Horizon Europe, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, lasting 40 months, with a budget of approximately 10M€.
BIN2BEAN is a Horizon Europe project that will support cities by promoting innovations that aim to valorise bio-waste and optimising their recycling into soil improvers through innovative and economically viable value chains.
SYMBIOSYST is a Horizon Europe project that designs and implements fully integrated agri-photovoltaic systems, where photovoltaics and agriculture can have a mutually beneficial relationship while safeguarding landscape quality.
FOREST4EU is a Horizon Europe funded project that aims at connecting hundreds of small projects promoted by small groups of farmers, researchers, forest managers, environmental associations and local communities, known as “Operational Groups”.
HYPER is a new project funded by Horizon Europe, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, lasting 4 years, with a budget of approximately 7M€.
SEAMLESS-PV is a Horizon Europe project that develops advanced manufacturing equipment, processes and products, and the effective integration of multifunctional PV devices over final applications, enabling the deployment of Integrated-PV sectors in Europe.
REFOLUTION is a Horizon Europe funded project aimed at delivering a cost-effective production (reduce the CAPEX by 50% and OPEX by 45%) of advanced biofuels for the aviation and marine sectors via a process that can be implemented in existing European refineries.
MIDAS is a Horizon Europe project to develop and demonstrate innovative solutions to grow industrial crops on marginal agricultural land and produce a wide range of bio-based products, such as biodegradable mulching films, bioherbicides, latex, rubber, biocomposites, biochar and other large use consumer products.
Fit4Micro is an Horizon Europe funded project which aims at developing a microCHP unit running on sustainable liquid biofuels, to be applied at multi-family houses and at remote or off-grid locations, hence for domestic use.
GreenMeUp is a Horizon Europe funded project that aims at enhancing the uptake of biomethane in Europe, by reducing the gap between countries with higher rates of biomethane production and countries with lower development rates.