INTENSYS4EU – INTegrated ENergy SYStem

INTENSYS4EU (INTegrated ENergy SYStem, a pathway for Europe) is a four-year EU funded project coordinated by ZABALA and bringing together 7 other partners including industry associations and research and academia.

The overarching goals of the INTENSYS4EU project are:

  • To support the further integration of innovative solutions in view of hosting 45% of variable renewables by 2030 while operating the energy system in a safe, stable and secure way;
  • To extend the existing Research and Innovation roadmaps through permanent and direct interactions with the impacted energy system stakeholders and all the Member States in view of validating the portfolio of innovative solutions via appropriate funding mechanisms.

EASE is supporting the ETIP SNET Working Group 2 on storage technologies and sector interfaces and contributing to all activities and documents produced by the ETIP SNET.

EASE linked third parties: CENER, CIRCE, GE, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPSE), COBRA, Tractebel, Naturgy, Glen Dimplex

Funding programme: EU HORIZON 2020 – Coordination and Support Action
Grant Agreement n°: 731220
Call Identifier: H2020-LCE-2016-2017
Duration: 2017 – 2020

For more information please contact Mr Thomas Otuszewski (

Read more about EU-funded projects

EASE is currently involved in several EU-funded projects promoting research, innovation and demonstration in the energy storage sector.


    1. European Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit 2019

      June 18 - June 19
    2. Delivering clean energy on EU islands

      June 19 @ 14:00 - 15:30
    3. 5th Annual Grid-Scale Energy Storage Conference

      July 17 - July 18