Publications

EBTC regularly publishes market studies, reports and snapshots, research / whitepapers and handbooks across the cleantech sectors and industries.

A repository of publications can be found in this section.

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Publications

Home Energy Management Systems

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An energy management system (EMS) is a network-based system that enables the monitoring and optimization of the energy performance through the control of home or commercial building services such as heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting and other key consumers of energy. Energy management systems are sub-divided into home energy management systems (HEMS) and building energy management systems (BEMS). HEMS refer to energy saving and monitoring technologies for households.

This report from the Fraunhofer Society and EBTC looks at challenges and opportunities from Europe to India, focussing on drivers and barriers for European companies wanting to enter the Indian market.

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Greenland Transport: Clean Technologies for Automotive and Railway Sectors

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This work is part of a project carried out by The Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IICCI) and Piedmont Agency for Investments, Export and Tourism (CEIP), in collaboration with the European Business Technology Centre (EBTC), aimed at strengthening business to business and innovation to business cooperation between EU and Indian counterparts in the field of clean-tech solutions for automotive and railway sectors.

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Techview Report: Electric Busses

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This report by the Fraunhofer Society and EBTC highlights the recent and future developments of cleaner public bus transport in European and India. Even though HEB and PEB are still at a nascent stage in terms of public appearance, several OEMs have found commercially applicable solutions that would benefit today’s problems caused by rapid urbanization and demographic growth especially in emerging economies like India.

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