Ener2i - Energy Research to Innovation

About Ener2i

ENER2I was a 36 months project starting Sptember 2013 funded by the EU’s FP7 INCO Scheme. The project reinforced cooperation with ENP countries on bridging the gap between energy research and energy innovation.

ENER2I’s goal was to “accelerate innovation performance by improving knowledge transfer and innovation support in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency through a comprehensive trans-national cooperation programme that stimulates the linkages between research and innovation in the ENP countries Armenia, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova, and establish sustainable cooperation between research and innovation actors across EU and ENP countries.”

The Consortium ENER2I was formed by 11 partners from 8 different countries:

1. Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), Austria
2. Regional Centre for Information and Scientific Development – RCISD, Hungary
3. European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance - ESEIA, Austria
4. National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia - NAS RA, Armenia
5. Technology Transfer Association – TTA, Armenia
6. Belarusian Institute of Systems Analysis - BELISA, Belarus
7. Belarusian Innovation Fund – BIF, Belarus
8. Agency for Innovation and Technology Transfer – AITT, Moldova
9. Union “Energy Efficiency Center” Georgia (EECG), Georgia
10. ee energy engineers GmbH, Gelsenkirchen (ee), Germany
11. Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises, Sector Development (ODIMM), Moldova

Ener2i Project Brief

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