The main objective of the European Project SPEEDIER is to encourage the carrying out of energy audits and the implementation of energy saving measures in SMEs. It has a budget of €2.1M and is co-financed by the EU's H2020 programme
SPEEDIER includes 4 pilot areas for its execution and it is based on the self-financing by SMEs of both the energy audit and the implementation of energy saving measures. To do this, it will be outsourced to an energy administrator, to which SMEs can access when they need it.
This project is a highly innovative one-stop-shop solution that applies an integrated approach to energy management, providing information, advice, capacity building, energy auditing, financing, implementation of energy efficiency solutions and monitoring of impacts.
SPEEDIER is expected to contribute to energy saving with approximately 8 GWh/year and 1,280 tCO2/year. Within the lifetime of the project, SPEEDIER will train more than 650 staff members in the best practices of energy saving and build capacity as well among 50 SPEEDIER experts.
- International Energy Research Centre (IERC) of University College Cork (UCC) - Ireland – leader
Research and Technology Centers
- Limerick Institute of Technology - Ireland
- Tecnological Corporation of Andalusia - Spain
- Cartuja Scientific and Technological Park - Spain
- Politecnico di Milano - Italy
- Institut de Tecnología de la Construcción de Catalunya - Spain
- TFC Research & Innovation Limited - Ireland
- Sustainable Innovations - Spain
- Vertech Group - France
Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)
Budget and deadlines
Budget: 2.165.126,25 €
Deadlines: 01/06/2019 - 30/11/2021
CTA main role is to lead all the activities related with the training of SPEEDIER future Trainers and Experts who will participate in the pilot projects in Ireland, Italy, Romania and Spain under the SPEEDIER project guidelines and to develop the long-lasting training schemes in order to ensure the impact of the SPEEDIER project in the medium-short term at EU level.