BEYOND participates in ENLIT 2023

BEYOND participated in the ENLIT 2023, one of the biggest events about energy, which took place on 28-30 November in Paris, France.

BEYOND participated in the event with different activities, including the project’s final event, a booth in the EU projects zone, and the participation in a session dedicated to data sharing under the name “Energy Data Spaces – Buildings”.

During its final event, which took place on the first day of ENLIT, BEYOND gathered participants from sister projects and other actors and researchers interested in building energy optimization and big data utilization to discuss the projects’ common results, the activities towards building energy efficiency performance and the EU initiative on Energy Data Spaces.

On the second day of ENLIT, BEYOND participated in frESCO’s final event, where the main topics discussed included:

  • The main technological and business innovations developed in each project.
  • The pros and cons of AI use to provide advanced energy services in buildings.
  • Stakeholder and citizen acceptance of the technology breakthroughs.

On the same day, BEYOND also joined the session “Energy Data Spaces – Buildings”  where the technical coordinator, Suite5, presented the main findings of the project and its connection with Energy Data Spaces. The discussion focused on the best practices for data sharing in order to develop an efficient, competitive market for digital energy infrastructure and digital energy services that are both cyber-secure and sustainable. The projects participated in this session included: PHOENIX H2020, BuiltHub, Smart2B, BEYOND, PRECEPT, frESCO.

During the whole duration of ENLIT, BEYOND had a booth at the EU Projects Zone on the exhibition floor where partners informed participants about the project’s background and its key exploitable results. 

Overall, the event assisted BEYOND in successfully disseminating its results to a broad audience interested in energy transition and efficiency as ENLIT gathered more than 14.000 attendees and representatives of more than 80 EU-funded projects.

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