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    Evropské technologické platformy

    Evropské technologické platformy (ETP, European Technology Platforms) jsou sdružení, která propojují nejvýznamnější hráče (typicky průmyslové podniky, oborová sdružení a svazy, univerzity a další výzkumné organizace, finanční instituce, národní orgány veřejné správy, asociace uživatelů a spotřebitelů) ve strategicky významných technologických odvětvích. Cílem těchto sdružení je definovat a naplňovat vize střednědobého až dlouhodobého výzkumu a vývoje. TP by měly být schopné mobilizovat výzkumné a inovační kapacity (nejen) svých členů a naplněním strategické vize dosáhnout lepšího postavení svého oboru na trhu.

    European Wind Energy Technology Platform

    http://www.windplatform.eu/

    The objective of TPWind is to identify areas for increased innovation, new and existing research and development tasks. These will then be prioritised on the basis of „must haves“ versus „nice to haves,“ the primary objective being overall (social, environmental and technological) cost reductions. This will help to achieve EU objectives in terms of renewable electricity production. The Platform will develop coherent recommendations, detailing specific tasks, approaches, participants and the necessary infrastructure, in the context of private R&D, as well as EU and Member State Programmes, such as FP7. TPWind will also assess the overall funding available to carry out this work, from public and private sources.

    Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform

    http://www.snetp.eu/

    Nuclear fission energy delivers safe, sustainable, competitive and essentially carbon-free energy to Europe’s citizens and industry. Within the framework of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan), the European Commission’s stakeholders have formulated a collective vision of the contribution which fission could make towards Europe’s transition to a low-carbon energy mix by 2050, with the aim of integrating and expanding Research and Development capabilities in order to reach this objective. Action is needed now to enable Europe to retain its leading technological and industrial position in the field of civil nuclear technology.

    Photo Voltaic Technology Platform

    http://www.eupvplatform.org/

    The European Photovoltaic Technology Platform is an independent and objective body which aims to be the recognised point of reference for key decision and policy makers. The Platform’s mission is to develop a strategy and corresponding implementation plan for education, research & technology development, innovation and market deployment of photovoltaic solar energy, to realise its vision.

    Renewable Heating & Cooling (RHC)

    http://www.rhc-platform.org/

    The RHC-Platform directs its efforts toward the coordination of European, national, regional and local research, development and deployment programmes and initiatives in the renewable heating and cooling sector.
    The RHC-Platform acts as a catalyst for establishing effective public-private partnerships and provides a qualified interface between the EU and Member States for coherent research policy development and consistent programme planning and implementation. It will also help to develop awareness of the role of renewable energy technologies in Europe’s low carbon energy mix and foster co-operation, both within the EU and at global scale.

    European Biofuels Technology Platform

    http://www.biofuelstp.eu/

    The Mission of the European Biofuels Technology Platform is to contribute to:
    – the development of cost-competitive world-class biofuels value chains,
    – to the creation of a healthy biofuels industry, and
    – to accelerate the sustainable deployment of biofuels in the EU

    through a process of guidance, prioritisation and promotion of research, technology development and demonstration.

    European Technology Platform for the Electricity Networks of the Future

    http://www.smartgrids.eu/

    Europe’s electricity networks have provided the vital links between electricity producers and consumers for many decades and still continue to do so. Europe’s electric power system is one of the largest technical systems in the world serving 430 million people, with 230,000 km of transmission lines at the highest voltage levels of between 220kV and 400 kV and 5,000,000 km of distribution lines at medium and low voltage levels. With all the stations, support systems, etc., the investment in European electricity grids until now exceeds EUR 600 billion (some EUR 1,500 per citizen).

    Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power Plants

    http://www.zeroemissionsplatform.eu/

    Experts agree that unless we cut greenhouse gas emissions – especially carbon dioxide (CO2) – by 50%-80% (compared to today) by 2050, the impact on global warming will be disastrous. But with world energy demand expected to double by this date, the challenge will be enormous. It means we must act fast, using a portfolio of solutions, since no single solution will be capable of reducing CO2 emissions on the massive scale required. This includes renewable energies, energy efficiency, and CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS). Indeed if deployed in all industry sectors, CCS has a potential to reduce CO2 emissions by over 50% by 2050.

    The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Technology Initiative (FCH JTI)

    http://www.fch-ju.eu/

    The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) is a unique public private partnership supporting research, technological development and demonstration (RTD) activities in fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe. Its aim is to accelerate the market introduction of these technologies, realising their potential as an instrument in achieving a carbon-lean energy system.