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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


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ICT PSP Information day28 February
2011Objective 1.1 Innovative lighting systems
based on Solid State Lighting (SSL)John Magan /
Gabriella Leo Photonics Unit, European
Commission
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Why SSL pilots? Strengthening the Value Chain
SSL Global Markets in 2010 and 2020
2020
2010
lt1B
6B (30)
2B (11)
6B (65)
3B (3)
EU market shares
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Solid State Lighting - Objective 1.1under the
ICT PSP Workprogramme 2011
  • Pilot Actions for stimulating innovation and
    competitiveness and for developing EU-wide
    markets
  • Actions ? technology deployment and demonstration
    (not research!)
  • Target ? user communities!

2 to 3 pilot actions for up to 10M EU
contribution in total
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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
    citizens
  • 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.

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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,
    parking).
  • Signage or indication functions could also be
    incorporated.

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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
    funding.

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SSL pilot actions expected size and duration
  • Total costs 4M - 8M per pilot action (2M - 4M
    funding).
  • 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
    covered,
  • 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.

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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.

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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

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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
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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
Directorate-General
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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
    allocated

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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
    slides)

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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
    t.eu
  • HosPilot Intelligent Energy Efficiency Control
    in Hospitals Website www.hospilot.eu
  • SAVE ENERGY
  • 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
    housing
  • 3e-Houses Energy Efficient e-Houses Website
    www.3ehouses.eu/
  • 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
    /energy_en.htmlsmartbuildings
  • Mailbox
  • INFSO-ICTPSP-H4_at_ec.europa.eu
  • Project officer Carmen IFRIM
  • E-mail Carmen.Ifrim_at_ec.europa.eu

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ICT-PSP WP2011 Call 5 Objective 1.3 Smart
Connected Electro-Mobility
  • ICT-PSP Info Day. 28/2/2011
  • Francisco Ferreira
  • DG INFSO-G4

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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
    ICT
  • Increasing urbanisation
  • Ageing of Europe's population

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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.

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Objective 1.3 Smart Connected Electro-Mobility
  • Funding instrument Pilot Type B
  • up to 3 pilots for up to 7M EC contribution in
    total.
  • 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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

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

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