The project is led by NTNU in Norway, and the application received the top grade of 15.00 in the EU's grading of research projects, working together with a great European consortium. It will have a great impact on the CO2 reduction plans of the European Union.
We as innos are proud that our Senior Manager Isabell Schwenkert provided guidance and management for this enthusiastic group, because anyone who has ever filed an EU application knows that it is not a walk in the park.
We as innos will continue our support for smart home technology and energy efficiency. Thanks to this project it will be easy and seamless to integrate older equipment into existing buildings and urban energy systems. An important goal is to reduce installation costs and easier data transfer. At the same time, data security, energy flexibility and climate resilience will be strengthened in a highly innovative way.
Dr. Isabell Schwenkert
Am Goldgraben 11