Helping businesses in the EU become more energy efficient across their industrial water processes while building benchmarking tools for each sector.
The EnergyWater project aims to improve energy efficiency in water processes across industrial and manufacturing sectors in Europe by providing advice, information and online tools to individual companies.
This European-wide project supports Energy Managers within the industrial / manufacturing sectors through the Energy Management Self-Assessment (EMSA) web tool and the Energy Angels Network.
The Energy Management Self-Assessment (EMSA) website is a free tool for companies to self-assess the efficiency of their water processes and receive recommendations to improve energy performance. The EMSA tool is anonymous and will allow companies to benchmark themselves against similar European companies.
Registering your interest in the EMSA tool will connect you with energy experts within the EnergyWater at Carbon Trust who will:
The Energy Angels network is a platform for companies or individual professionals working in the field of energy efficiency (ESCOs, research centres, energy auditors, technology suppliers, etc.) to support and implement energy efficiency improvements in water processes.
The network will improve the availability of skilled energy auditors and energy managers as well as suppliers and funders. Energy Angels will also help companies apply the EMSA web tool, understand its results, suggest recommendations and offer implementation support.
We will contact interested applicants with further details and training for use of the EMSA web tool.
The project leverages expertise from across Europe with 10 consortium partners representing the UK, Ireland, Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Belgium and Cyprus.
Please visit http://www.energywater-project.eu/
The EnergyWater project targets manufacturing companies and energy efficiency specialists in the EU.
The objectives of the project are to:
• Reduce energy costs in industrial water processes by 20%
• Generate a total reduction of 26 GWh/year at the end of the project
• Upskill 200 energy managers and auditors
• Influence energy efficiency regulation through the involvement of public authorities.
• Food & Beverages
• Industrial laundries
• Large buildings from tertiary sector
• Metal recovery plants
• Natural stone manufacturing
• Pharmaceutical & biotechnical industries
The EnergyWater project is funded by the European Commission (EASME) and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research & innovation programme under grant agreement No 696112.