Acknowledgements

logo EUThe EINSTEIN audit methodology and tool-kit have been developed in the Framework of several European projects with the financial support of the European Commission.

  • EINSTEIN (Contract N°: EIE/07/210/S12.466708, Project Coordinator: Christoph Brunner, Joanneum Research - Institute for Sustainable Techniques and Systems, Austria), 2007-2009.

  • EINSTEIN-II (Contract Nº: IEE/09/702/SI2.558239 .Project Coordinator: Hans Schweiger, energyXperts.NET, Spain), 2010 – 2012.

  • I-THERM (Industrial Thermal Energy Recovery Conversion and Management). Horizon 2020 Resarch and Innovation Programme (Contract no: 680599). Project Coordinator: Savvas Tassou, Brunel University, UK, 2015-2020.

Parts of this development have furthermore also been supported by:

  • the Generalitat de Catalunya (Spain), Departament d’Educació i Universitats. Grants Beatriu de Pinòs No. 2006 BP-B2 0033 and 2007 BP-B2 00012

  • small logothe Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation, Project No. DEX-590000-2008-84, 2008

  • the Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft (Austrian society for support to research), Project No. 821907 (“EINSTEIN in Österreich”), 2010

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The EINSTEIN Expert-System Software Tool

The EINSTEIN methodology is supported by an expert system software tool that guides the user through the whole auditing procedure spanning from data acquisition, processing and estimation to the design and quantitative (energetic and economic) evaluation of alternative solutions.