The project partners play a crucial role in its execution, contributing with their expertise and resources. To ensure success, their participation is essential to ensure that the project progresses in the right direction

Università degli Studi di Brescia (UNIBS)

The University of Brescia is a young university with strong roots in one of the richest and most innovative areas in Europe. It contributes to the sustainable development of the territory in search of a balance between industrial development, environmental sustainability and quality of life.

Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy stichting (IEECP)

The Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy is a non-for-profit, international and independent research foundation working, since 2015, on science-based climate change mitigation, energy efficiency and renewable energy policy, with an international interdisciplinary team of top experts generating and disseminating scientific knowledge for the energy transition and for a decarbonized future.


Escan is a Spanish consulting firm founded in 1986, providing technical, economic and financial advice for energy efficiency, renewable energies and sustainable energy projects. The firm offers it services at both national and international level, advising public institutions, private companies, associations, and other organizations, focused in reaching their energy and emissions reduction targets.

European Heat Pump Association (EHPA)

EHPA focuses on liaising with: Heat Pump manufacturers, designers, consultants, developers, market retailers, installers, experts and the general public. Furthermore, EHPA has already participated and participates in projects that focused on the dissemination of work as well as the communication of the results to a diverse and vast audience or DryFiciency.

International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR)

Founded in 1908 the International Institute of Refrigeration is the only independent intergovernmental science and technology-based organization which promotes knowledge of all refrigeration fields, ranging from very low temperature applications to air conditioning via the food cold chain. It has developed a worldwide network of leading experts.

Federación española de Industrial de Alimentación y Bebidas (FIAB)

The Spanish Food and Drink Federation was established in 1977 to represent the Spanish food and beverage industry through a single body and one voice. Its main activity is to inform the sector of the main developments that may affect its operation and competitiveness. It also represents its interests in different governments and decision-makers, both nationally and at the European and international scope.

Federalimentare Servizi srl (FEDSERV)

Federalimentare Servizi srl is a private company which represents, protects and promotes the Italian Food and Beverages Industry, the second-highest-ranking Italian manufacturing sector which accounts for 8% of the national GDP, with an annual turnover of over 142 billion Euro. FEDSERV is composed by 13 product branches association which are grouped together under Federalimentare, which associates roughly 7,000 throughout Italy.

Chamber of Commerce and Indusrty of Korinthia (CCIK)

The Chamber of Commerce of Korinthia is a legal entity governed by public law and founded in 1935 by the Decree of 14-6-35, published in Greek Official Gazette No. 277 / A / 22.6.35. CCIK is an advisory body of the state and its members and aims to promote development activity in its region as well as the development of industry, craft, trade and services in the interests of the national economy.

Riga Technical University (RTU)

Riga Technical University is the most esteemed Latvian technical university, with important industrial relationships, a multi-disciplinary technological base and international connections. Riga Technical University is an accredited, inter nationally recognised European university that consists of nine faculties. By number of students, it is the second largest university in Latvia.

Fraunhofer ISI

Adding new perspectives for decision-making processes, Fraunhofer ISI in Karlsruhe analyses the scientific, economic, social and political origins and market potentials of innovative technological developments and their impacts on the economy, state and society. 

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