HEATSTACK, as a beneficiary of the FCH JU’s funding for collaborative R&D, has had our innovation proposed to be included in the PICCARD list.
The PICCARD list will be 1000 solutions that protect the environment in a profitable way. The list was born when the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions was launched by the team of the Solar Impulse Foundation at COP23 in November 2017. Solutions that have been submitted will be appraised by independent scientific and financial experts following a structured methodology to assess their deployment ability, sustainability and viability. This will then inform the selection of the #1000 Efficient Solutions by the World Alliance team at COP24 later this year.
To find out more about this initiative, you can read the news article on Solar Impulse’s website: https://solarimpulse.com/news/view/1000-solutions-that-protect-the-environment-in-a-profitable-way-the-countdown-has-begun