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Title: ICT PSP Information day 28 February 2011 Objective 1.1: Innovative lighting systems based on Solid State Lighting (SSL) John Magan / Gabriella Leo Photonics Unit, European Commission

ICT PSP Information day28 February
2011Objective 1.1 Innovative lighting systems
based on Solid State Lighting (SSL)John Magan /
Gabriella Leo Photonics Unit, European
Why SSL pilots? Strengthening the Value Chain
SSL Global Markets in 2010 and 2020
6B (30)
2B (11)
6B (65)
3B (3)
EU market shares
Solid State Lighting - Objective 1.1under the
ICT PSP Workprogramme 2011
  • Pilot Actions for stimulating innovation and
    competitiveness and for developing EU-wide
  • Actions ? technology deployment and demonstration
    (not research!)
  • Target ? user communities!

2 to 3 pilot actions for up to 10M EU
contribution in total
SSL pilot actions what?
  • Characteristics
  • A broad range of general lighting applications
  • Reliable data on energy and economic savings
  • large scale demonstration in different
    environments and settings
  • maximise impact and visibility to European
  • 2-3 demonstration projects is preferred to a
    single large one
  • Network between these projects for broad EU-wide
    awareness and maximum impact.
  • Involve relevant SSL players in the full value
    chain, including end-users.
  • refurbishment of existing infrastructure, rather
    than installation in new buildings.
  • Focus on commercial/non-residential sector rather
    than domestic.
  • Address BOTH improved energy efficiency AND
    better light quality.
  • Showcase of the full exploitation potential of
    SSL technology, including its integration with
    intelligent lighting systems.
  • test the performance of state-of-the art SSL
    products and intelligent light management systems
    in terms of total life-cycle costing,
    reliability, interoperability with facility
    management of buildings, etc.

SSL pilot actions where?
  • Where should they take place?
  • Anywhere in Europe necessary to achieve the
    requirements of the action. Given the expected
    scale and scope, and to maximise impact and
    visibility, possible locations include
  • Airports
  • Public buildings
  • Museums
  • Commercial centres (e.g. shopping malls)
  • Retail outlets
  • Offices
  • Pilots could address more than one of these in
    more than one location
  • Each pilot should showcase or demonstrate a
    variety of SSL applications (e.g. in the main
    spaces, shops, restaurants, cafeterias, bars,
  • Signage or indication functions could also be

SSL pilot actions who?
  • Who can apply?
  • All relevant players in the SSL "food chain"
    lighting and luminaire industry, architects and
    lighting designers, contractors/installers and
    end-users, including stakeholders and end-users
    from the public sector as appropriate.
  • National and regional energy agencies should be
    involved in the dissemination of the results.
  • The consortium must include at least four
    mutually-independent legal entities from four
    different Member States or ICT PSP Associated
    countries to be eligible for Pilot Type B.
  • Non-MS/AS, Intl. Orgs. are not eligible for

SSL pilot actions expected size and duration
  • Total costs 4M - 8M per pilot action (2M - 4M
  • The EC funding is up to 50 of the eligible
    implementation costs, to cover
  • the additional initial cost of an SSL
    installation over a lighting installation based
    on non-SSL technology,
  • the validation of the energy savings and carbon
    footprint reduction realized,
  • the dissemination of the project outcome beyond
    todays standard practice, involving installers,
    citizens and users.
  • Research activities are not funded although,
    when needed, technical adaptation and integration
    work in order to achieve the objectives may be
  • Typical duration 3 years (but can be longer),
    including the design, installation and assessment
    phases, although the generation of longer-term
    data or results (on real energy savings, user
    perception etc.) should continue after that time.
    At least 1 year should be operational.

Smart lighting in public buildings Objective 1.1
or Objective 1.2?
  • Objective 1.2 "ICT for energy efficiency in
    public buildings" could also address smart
    lighting. The correct Objective depends on the
    focus of the proposed pilot
  • If the main emphasis is on SSL and in showcasing
    its benefits when compared to traditional
    lighting,, then it should be submitted to
    Objective 1.1.
  • If it includes smart lighting together with many
    other energy saving technologies (such as smart
    metering, power electronics, energy
    micro-generation, etc.) then it should be
    submitted to Objective 1.2.

ICT PSP 2011 - Timetable
  • 28 Feb 2011 ICT PSP Call for proposals infoday
  • 7 April 2011 SSL pilots workshop (Brussels)
  • 1 June 2011 Call closes
  • End 2011 projects start to run 2012 2015
  • register at infso-SSL_at_ec.europa.eu

Thank you for your attention
For further information john.magan_at_ec.europa.eu
gabriella.leo_at_ec.europa.eu http//cordis.europ
a.eu/fp7/ict/photonics/cip_en.html (for FAQs,
etc.) Newsletter INFSO-PHOTONICS_at_ec.europe.eu
ICT Policy Support Programme1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildingsCall 5 Information
Day Brussels, 28th of February 2011
Carmen IFRIM ICT for Sustainable Growth European
Commission Information Society and Media
ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • Objective to improve, through ICT-based
    solutions, energy efficiency in European public
    buildings (e.g. schools, hospitals,
    administrative offices)
  • Funding instrument Pilot B
  • Budget 7 M
  • Several actions to be funded up to maximum budget

ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • Pilot actions should aim to
  • demonstrate that advanced ICT components and
    systems (e.g. smart metering, smart lighting,
    power electronics, energy micro-generation, etc.)
    can contribute directly to reducing energy losses
    and consumption in public buildings energy
    savings in peak and annual consumption of more
    than 15 should be presented
  • validate the effectiveness of ICT-based
    solutions, serve as showcases, facilitate their
    wider uptake and replication.

ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • Pilots should
  • Use existing ICT (off-the-shelves or mature
    research results)
  • Involve significant number of buildings in each
    pilot to ensure the proposed solution is relevant
    for a European wide market
  • In addition
  • Involve public authorities and provide evidence
    of timely availability of the energy
    infrastructures required for the successful
    implementation of pilots

ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • In addition (cont.)
  • Demand-driven approach, ensuring acceptance and
    uptake, involving end-users throughout the
    project duration
  • Consortium must include ICT providers,
    distribution network operators, building managers
  • Validation must be carried out for at least 1
    year in real life conditions and result in a
    consolidated set of best practices
  • Socio-economic evidence for ICT investments
    should be provided, including users acceptance
    and recovery of investment

ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • In addition (cont.)
  • Address interoperability issues, comply with
    relevant standards, take into account best
    practices and relevant standardisation effort
  • Provide appropriate ethical privacy safeguards
  • Share information and cooperation with other
    projects, in particular to define and adopt a
    common methodology to measure energy gains
  • Address experts, public authorities and relevant
    stakeholders, as well as large public, through
    dissemination and communication activities
  • Specific and realistic quantified indicators to
    monitor progress should be included

ICT for a low carbon economy1.2 ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings
  • Expected impact
  • Accelerate market acceptance and wide deployment
    of innovative ICT systems in Europe, leading to
    substantial energy savings and lower total
    lifetime costs for users
  • Empower building managers and end-users to play a
    central role in increasing energy efficiency and
    reducing CO2 emissions
  • Contribute to meeting Europes energy efficiency
    targets for 2020

Next steps
  • Read carefully the guidelines and the Work
    Programme 2011
  • Find partners, prepare the proposal
  • Call or e-mail us for clarifications or
    additional information
  • Check also previously funded projects (next

Projects funded under call 2008 - ICT for energy
efficiency in public buildings and spaces,
including lighting
  • BEST Energy Built Environment Sustainability and
    Technology in EnergyWebsite www.bestenergyprojec
  • HosPilot Intelligent Energy Efficiency Control
    in Hospitals Website www.hospilot.eu
  • Website www.ict4saveenergy.eu/
  • LITES Intelligent street lighting for energy
    savingWebsite www.lites-project.eu

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Social housing Projects
  • Call 2009 ICT for energy efficiency in social
  • 3e-Houses Energy Efficient e-Houses Website
  • E3SoHo ICT services for Energy Efficiency in
    European Social HousingWebsite www.e3soho.eu/
  • eSESH Saving Energy in Social Housing with
    ICTWebsite www.esesh.eu
  • Call 2010 ICT for energy and water efficiency in
    social housing
  • Grant Agreements signed or to be finalised

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Thank you for your attention!
  • INFSO - Unit H4 ICT for Sustainable Growth
  • http//ec.europa.eu/ictforsg
  • http//cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/sustainable-growth
  • Mailbox
  • INFSO-ICTPSP-H4_at_ec.europa.eu
  • Project officer Carmen IFRIM
  • E-mail Carmen.Ifrim_at_ec.europa.eu

ICT-PSP WP2011 Call 5 Objective 1.3 Smart
Connected Electro-Mobility
  • ICT-PSP Info Day. 28/2/2011
  • Francisco Ferreira

The Challenges of Europe's Transport Sector
  • Safety
  • Congestion
  • Energy Efficiency Emissions
  • Growth in demand
  • Balance between modes
  • Make use of research and developments including
  • Increasing urbanisation
  • Ageing of Europe's population

Meeting the ChallengesCan Smart Connected
Electro-Mobility contribute?
  • Electro-mobility is seen as one of the largest
    opportunities to radically change today's
    transport system and make a quantum leap into the
    next generation of sustainable mobility.

Objective 1.3 Smart Connected Electro-Mobility
  • Funding instrument Pilot Type B
  • up to 3 pilots for up to 7M EC contribution in
  • Focus and outcomes
  • Contribute to a pre-deployment and wider uptake
    of smart connected Electro Mobility
  • Test urban and inter-urban ICT services that
    facilitate and enhance the user experience of
    electrical vehicles.

Objective 1.3Conditions and characteristics (1)
  • Essential characteristics to achieve the
    expected outcomes
  • Focus on ICT applications for electro-mobility
    that contribute to the full integration of
    electrical vehicles into the transport system
  • All types of electric vehicles and plug-in
    hybrids should be considered
  • Attention on the origin of the electric energy
    used (coal, gas, renewable, etc).

Objective 1.3Conditions and characteristics (2)
  • The European Standardisation Organisations (ESOs)
    are currently deploying standards for
    Electro-Mobility. The pilots should test the
    interoperability of these standards
  • Focus on ICT based services, complementing
    ongoing EU projects and pilots
  • Include specific and realistic quantified
    indicators to monitor progress.

Objective 1.3Conditions and characteristics (3)
  • Participation of relevant stakeholders like
    public authorities, electricity utilities,
    automotive industry and suppliers, users, etc.
  • Pilots should be designed to form a scalable base
    for long term deployment
  • Dissemination and communication activities should
    be included.

Expected impact
  • Contributing to the European goal of creating a
    sustainable transport system with lower carbon
  • Developing tools for measurement, monitoring and
    assessing carbon emissions from the
    electro-mobility sector
  • Contributing to meeting Europe's energy
    efficiency targets for 2020.

Thanks for your attention
Francisco Ferreira francisco.ferreira_at_ec.europa
Eva Boethius eva.boethius_at_ec.europa.eu
Myriam Coulon Cantuer myriam.coulon-cantuer_at_ec.e
Antonio Fernandez-Ranada Shaw
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