Supportive partners

Tenerdis is a French energy cluster based in Auvergne Rhône Alpes, the largest industrial region in France.
Tenerrdis is your gateway into a dynamic innovation ecosystem with +260 members (Industries, SMEs, RTOs, public bodies) covering the entire energy value chain:

  • Renewable energy production
  • Energy conversion and storage, hydrogen
  • Energy distribution, flexibility, efficiency
  • Sufficiency and access to resources

PLATOON aims to digitalise the energy sector, enabling thus higher levels of operational excellence with the adoption of disrupting technologies, contributing to increased renewable energy consumption, smart grids management, increased energy efficiency and optimised energy asset management.

Roseau Technologies is a software startup that develops technical software for the planning and operation of lean & flexible power distribution networks.

Inovako is a deep-tech startup, providing AI and computer vision based industrial solutions. Inovako serves a wide range of industries such as automotive, energy, white goods, machinery, food industry, electronics (and much more) with a special focus on quality inspection applications.

Environment Park is a technology park based in Turin (Italy), specialized in the promotion of environmental innovation of SMEs and public organizations. We are the management authority of the CLEVER innovation cluster for clean and energy technologies, one of the seven innovation clusters of Piedmont Region

BABLE Smart Cities is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, with subsidiaries in London, Barcelona, Düsseldorf, Copenhagen, and a branch in Iași, Romania. Founded in May 2017 as spin-off from the Fraunhofer-Institute IAO, its goal is to support cities in making urban areas more sustainable and liveable. BABLE specialises in processes from research and strategy development to co-creation methodologies to implementation.

Reengen is a technology SME established in 2012, with end-to-end digital energy intelligence solutions for smart grid and buildings, including public and commercial buildings (e.g. municipalities, banks, retail stores, hotels, hospitals, etc.) and industrial facilities. Already collecting data from thousands of buildings in 15+ countries, the data science centric IoT Platform employs machine learning algorithms and big data analytics in order to provide energy saving, operational efficiency, energy procurement optimization and predictive maintenance for its customers.

I-NERGY Project Supportive Partners Programme



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101016508.