Fraunhofer ISI is a German-based research institute with a broad set of customers ranging from national and international governments to companies. The main area of work is delivering applied research for policy design. As a co-leader of ODYSSEE-MURE (which includes the MB:EE tool), Fraunhofer ISI has expertise in policies in EU Member States and evaluation practices. Accordingly, Fraunhofer ISI coordinates the SEED MICAT project. It is also involved in the development and assessment of the MICATool, besides analysing and showcasing European Multiple Impacts of climate neutrality pathways.

IEECP (Institute for European Energy and Climate Policy) is a non-for-profit, independent research organisation that brings together a number of high-level experts in energy policy formulation and evaluation. This organisation acts as a knowledge-hub sharing pragmatic results as well as innovative ideas providing policymakers, and all private and public decision-makers, independent expertise and science-based research to support their work towards the energy transition and a sustainable future. IEECP has coordinated several European projects on energy efficiency and is also very active in European networks regarding energy efficiency and evaluation, such as IEPPEC and ECEEE. In SEED MICAT, IEECP coordinates stakeholder engagement and communication and dissemination activities.

The Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy (WI) is a German research institute and think tank for sustainable development which undertakes research and develops models, strategies and instruments for transitions to sustainable development at the local, national and international level. Among others, Wuppertal has a long record of leading and participating in European projects in the energy field, focused on social, economic, and technical analysis of policies and measures fostering energy efficiency and renewable energies. Wuppertal has coordinated the COMBI project, which aimed at quantifying the multiple non-energy benefits of energy efficiency in Europe and the development of an online-tool. Winthin SEED MICAT project, WI extends the methodological framework of Multiple Impacts and improve the existing MICATool.

ENEA is the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, a public research organization with multidisciplinary competence focused on research areas related to energy, climate and sustainable development. ENEA research activities are focused on: energy efficiency, renewable energy, nuclear energy, climate and environment, safety and human health, new technologies, electric system research. Its activities are specifically devoted to: basic, mission-oriented, and industrial research exploiting wide-ranging expertise as well as experimental facilities, specialised laboratories, advanced equipment; new technologies and advanced applications; dissemination and transfer of research results; provide public and private bodies with high-tech services, studies, measurements, tests and assessments; training and information activities aimed at improving sector expertise and public knowledge and awareness. In the SEED MICAT project, ENEA will strengthen the analysis and showcase of Multiple Impacts of energy efficiency and climate neutrality pathways at the regional and local level.

E3-Modelling is a private capital and knowledge-intensive consulting company specialised in delivering consulting services based on large-scale empirical modelling of the economy-energy-environment nexus. They have experience with renowned milestones, such as the models PRIMES and GEM-E3, and support major impact assessment studies and scenario building for the European Commission. Their modelling and consulting services have also served numerous studies for European governments, professional associations, and large-scale companies in the energy field. E3-Modelling is co-developing the MICATool for estimating the multiple impacts of energy efficiency and provides the indicators for monitoring the economic and energy system impacts of energy efficiency policies, including on low income households.

IIASA (Internationale Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) is an independent, international research institute with National Member Organizations in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe. Through its research programs and initiatives, the institute conducts policy-oriented research into issues that are too large or complex to be solved by a single country or academic discipline. The results of IIASA’s research and expertise are made available to policymakers in countries around the world to help them produce effective, science-based policies that will enable them to face these challenges. The results of IIASA research and the expertise of its researchers are made available to policymakers in countries around the world to help them produce effective, science-based policies that will enable them to face these challenges. In SEED MICAT, IIASA carries out specific analyses on selected topical showcases on Multiple Impacts, as well as paves the way for possible further improvements of the MICATool in the future.

ISINNOVA is an Italian private research and consultancy firm supporting public and private policy makers in the formulation, monitoring and evaluation of energy, transport and environmental policies and decisions. It was established in 1971, and has since been developing and applying decision support methods and tools, and providing services to international organisations (European Commission, European Parliament, World Bank and Food and Agriculture Organisation), national and local public authorities and to the industry. With a full-time staff of 20 professionals, ISINNOVA is a major player in the EU energy research arena, having coordinated several important projects and participated in many others in FP4, FP5, FP6, FP7, H2020 and IEE programmes. In the SEED MICAT project, ISINNOVA is responsible for the development of a methodology to allow the replication of the energy efficiency measure for the selected Member States to all EU Member States. ISINNOVA is also involved in improving the MICATool for policy assessment, developing concrete synergies with the national module of the REFEERE policy assessment tool, as well as contributing to the dissemination of the benefits of energy efficiency.

SEVEn is a non-profit consulting organisation that has been operating in the Czech Republic since 1990. In the energy efficiency area, SEVEn is an author of a large number of energy audits, and regional and state energy policies. SEVEn also participated on several European and international projects focusing on the implementation of energy efficiency policies on state and regional level, district heating and utilisation of renewable energy sources. In the SEED MICAT project, SEVEn aims to strengthen the analysis and showcase Multiple Impacts of energy efficiency and climate neutrality pathways at the national level. 

RSE (Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico) S.p.A. is a publicly owned company (entirely owned by Ministry of Economics and Finance), with the mission of performing public interest R&D programs to address the national energy, environmental and economic goals, both on behalf of the Ministry of the Ecological Transition and in the context of EU research initiatives. In the SEED MICAT project, RSE is strengthening the analysis and showcase of Multiple Impacts of energy efficiency and climate neutrality pathways at the national level.

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