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This new report provides a diagnosis of energy demand-side policy needs at European level, with a particular focus on effective implementation of the Energy Efficiency First principle. The analysis covers... read more →
How may societal trends influence Europe’s future energy demand? We are about to learn more in the newTRENDs project
The goal of the newTRENDs project, run within the Horizon 2020 Framework, is to recognize and model the influence of new societal trends on energy demand, and hence to develop... read more →
PAPER: Energy Efficiency Vision 2050: How will new societal trends influence future energy demand in the European countries?
This paper opens up the discussion on how New Societal Trends will shape future energy demand and emphasizes the crucial role of policy-making therein. We invite you to see the... read more →
Andreas Mueller, co-founder of e-think, Vienna based think tank, talks about their role in the newTRENDs project
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER FOR THE WHY OPEN DAY! The WHY project, newTRENDs’ related project, is the next step in improving energy demand modelling to forecast the domestic... read more →
Presentation of newTRENDs at the ECEEE Summer Study (Thursday, 10th of June at 2.30 PM - Session 1.5) Fraunhofer ISI representatives Nadezhda Mikova, Heike Brugger, Aaron Rosa and Wolfgang Eichammer will present the... read more →
Project Architecture and New Societal Trends - A joint workshop between WHY and newTRENDs to present their first results in a joint workshop. The workshop allowed attendants to get first... read more →
Dr. Heike Brugger, Fraunhofer ISI, explains the newTRENDS project during the WHY projects cross-meeting.
Ulrich Reiter from TEP Energy opens up about his envolvement in the project: “For me personally aspects of new behavioral trends and how we integrate them in the current model setup is actually the interesting part, because it’s very important to reflect them in these model environments. Our models are mainly used for strategic, long-term decisions, and the better we can represent current developments in the models the better the forecast and the advices we can give to our clients and partners”.