What is ECOFACT?
The energy performance of industrial production systems presents a significant challenge for the manufacturing sector. The EU-funded ECOFACT project aims to support manufacturing industries in optimizing the energy performance of their production systems with regard to restrictions such as time and resources. The project will introduce an innovative green marketing method based on the concept of energy and the environmental signature of the products.
Moreover, it will apply a data-driven method exploiting advanced ICT technologies to better adapt to consumer demands through customized sustainable production. Finally, it will establish a high-level platform in a multi-service approach, delivering an innovative integrated combination of functionalities for advanced energy-efficient, sustainable processes, and manufacturing management. The timeline of the ECOFACT project 958373 is Oct 2020-Sep 2024.
Join us for our Sustainable Energy Day event for @euenergyweek on Wednesday October 27th. Our webinar will give a deep insight into the project and methodology used. More info & registration here https://t.co/erEWr35yot #EUSEW2021 #H2020 #SustainableBuildings #energyefficiency https://t.co/JTdwyWxI9h
Join us for our @euenergyweek webinar on Thursday October 28th in which we will discuss the project's framework & methodology. For more info & registration, click here https://t.co/IprWaQe3L8 #H2020 #ProductionSystems #EnergyEfficiency #LCCA #LCA https://t.co/1Ooj3i5KAA
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- Month 12 Periodic Meeting
On 18th & 19th of October 2021 the ECOFACT project held its Month 12 Periodic Meeting. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions across the various members countries this event had to be a virtual event with attendees logging in for around Europe.
The event took place over two days and was chaired by project lead Francisco Morentin from CARTIF. The meeting was split into sessions over two with presentations from WP leaders IMR, CARTIF, CERTH, Fraunhofer IPT, ONE TEAM, PRE, LINKS, UNE and RINA-C.
All presentation gave insight into the specific work packages and it allowed members to discuss results achieved to date and plan future activity as we enter the next stages of the project.
We look forward to the next assembly next year which hopefully will be a physical event and allow consortium members to meet each other physically for the first time.