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Annex 16 Highlights Austria

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  • 1. Austrian National Highlightsin R&D on Technologies for SD PREPARE WG Meeting 7 – 8 April 2011, Lund Julia Fürst Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology
  • 2. Monitoring: Public Energy R&Dexpenditures 2009 (time series 1995-2009) 90 80 70 60 Other cross cutting technologies or Million Euro research 50 Other power and storage technologies 40 Nuclear fission and fusion 30 Renewable energy sources 20 Fossil fuels 10 Energy efficiency 0 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20Expenditures in the new categories for hydrogen and fuel cells (established in 2006) weretransferred in the former IEA categories in order to preserve the timelines.Source: Energieforschungserhebung 2009, A. Indinger et al., Schriftenreihe BMVIT 74/2010
  • 3. RD Programmes Building of Tomorrow Plus Smart Production New Energies 2020 Smart Energy – fit4set ERA-Nets Eracobuild: www.eracobuild.eu (Call „SUSTAINABLE RENOVATION” open until May 2011) SmartGrids: www.eranet-smartgrids.eu Bioenergy: www.eranetbioenergy.net
  • 4. Building of Tomorrow ResultsBuilding of Tomorrow 1999-2010  350 funded projects  45 Mio EUR  30 demonstration projects  5 residential aereas (in development)Austria now has the highest density ofpassive buildings world-wide (about 600).Austria is developing an Austrian BuildingStandard for sustainable buildings
  • 5. Building of Tomorrow Plus Sarted October 2008 3rd call planned for 2011, 5 Mio € The overriding goal is to achieve the technological preconditions for constructing buildings that do not consume energy, but generate it.  plus-energy house  refurbishment, renovation  residential areas www.HausderZukunft.at
  • 6. Smart Production 14 Mio € Start planned for May 2011 Focus  Industrial Production Processes  Resource Efficiency  Biobased Industry, Biorefinery Parts of the „Factory of Tomorrow“ will be continued in this programme
  • 7. New Energies 2020funded by the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund (start 2008) Strategies  ENERY EFFICIENCY Energy systems and regions Smart Grids and end-use  RENEWABLE Buildings ENERGIES Energy efficiency in industry  INTELIGENT Bioenergy ENERGY SYSTEMS Photovoltaics Solar heating Mobilitywww.neue-energien-2020.at
  • 8. Smart Energy - fit4set 15 Mio €, 2 calls (1st call Dec. 2010 - Mar. 2011) funded by the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund merge innovative individual projects into a comprehensive overall concept  SMART CITIES  SMART GRIDS  SMART RENEWABLES Stakeholders for SET projects: energy technologies, building industry, ICTwww.smartcities.at
  • 9. Thank you!Julia FürstEnergy and Environmental TechnologiesAustrian Federal Ministry of www.IPNW.at Transport, Innovation and www.HAUSderZukunft.at Technology www.EdZ.at www.e2050.at www.smartcities.atTel.: +43 1 71162 652924julia.fuerst@bmvit.gv.at