August 2019 / Policy Papers - Responses to Public Consultations

EASE Response to the European Commission Public Consultation on the Establishment of a Smart Readiness Indicator for Buildings

EASE submitted a response to the European Commission's public consultation on the Establishment of a Smart Readiness Indicator for Buildings. The Smart Readiness Indicator will be used to measure the capacity of buildings to use information and communication technologies and electronic systems to adapt the operation of buildings to the needs of the occupants and the grid and to improve the energy efficiency and overall performance of buildings.

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EASE Annual Student Award

EASE launched in 2016 the EASE Annual Student Award, a competition aimed at recognising outstanding graduate student research in the field of energy storage.

EASE is dedicated to promoting young talents in the field and support students who are keen to contribute to the development and research of energy storage.

The competition is open to all students currently enrolled or that have completed an MSc or PhD programme at an accredited EU university. The thesis which is the basis for the application must focus on an energy storage-related topic.

The selection of the winning student will be performed by the EASE Secretariat and a selected committee of EASE members. The selection procedure is based on the abstracts provided by students in the application form. Students will be judged on the quality of the responses, the research design, and on the relevance of the research topic to the energy storage industry.

The winning student is invited to participate and presents their research during one of the events organised by EASE. This is a valuable opportunity to network with industry leaders in the energy storage sector and to learn more about energy storage technologies, business cases, and policy developments.

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August 2019 / Policy Papers - Responses to Public Consultations

EASE Response to the European Commission Public Consultation on the Establishment of a Smart Readiness Indicator for Buildings

EASE submitted a response to the European Commission's public consultation on the Establishment of a Smart Readiness Indicator for Buildings. The Smart Readiness Indicator will be used to measure the capacity of buildings to use information and communication technologies and electronic systems to adapt the operation of buildings to the needs of the occupants and the grid and to improve the energy efficiency and overall performance of buildings.

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