A short update on EU 2020 developments

A short update on EU 2020 developments

Includes the following topics (Read as PDF)

New material hybruidRethinking car battery
Volvo Car Group and Imperial College London have been working for two and a half years on an ingenious solution to energy storage, not only eliminating the need for a dedicated battery but also saving weight by up to 15 %. Together they have developed a revolutionary concept for lightweight structural energy storage components that could improve the energy usage of future electrified vehicles.
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measure your lifestyleMeasure your lifestyle
The PROMISE project seeks to promote energy savings and awareness among households situated on some of Europe’s most beautiful, and remote, islands. The Icelandic Energy Agency developed several web-based calculators that can help consumers make more energy efficient decisions related to their home, car and transport.
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640_smart-cityA plan to make cities smarter
Leaders of European cities have together with industry and research community representatives decided on the Smart Cities and Communities Partnership. The Partnership Plan sets out a broad range of new actions and approaches to encourage cities to become smarter, focusing on building improvements, and the integration of information technologies into the transport and energy infrastructure, while relying on fast and secure networks that ensure high-quality connectivity.
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opportunities for a circular economyOpportunities for a circular economy
This report analyses the opportunities and obstacles that will present themselves as the Netherlands moves towards a more circular economy. It proposes a number of actions that can be taken, particularly by the government, to accelerate this process.
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