Partners

The Switch2Save consortium includes leading universities, research institutes and industries from six  EU countries. Within the next four years, the partners will collectively develop a combination of EC and TC cells – with optimized maximum energy saving potential – based on a switchable total energy transmittance (g-value). They will scale the manufacturing technologies for increased availability and cost effectiveness, assess the performance of the innovative IGUs, and demonstrate the heating and cooling energy saving potential and the lighting comfort in two operational buildings in Greece and Sweden.

Project partnerCountry
Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP
www.fep.fraunhofer.de
Germany
Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
www.isc.fraunhofer.de
Germany
ChromoGenics AB
www.chromogenics.com
Sweden
School of Mechanical Engineering @ National Technical University of Athens
http://www.mech.ntua.gr/en
Greece
University of West Bohemia
www.zcu.cz/en/
Czech Republic
SIA AGL Technologies
www.agltechnologies.eu
Latvia
FASADGLAS BÄCKLIN AB
www.fasadglas.se
Sweden
Vasakronan AB
www.vasakronan.se
Sweden
General State Hospital of Nikaia “Agios Panteleimon”
www.nikaia-hosp.gr/
Greece
VAN ROMPAEY SARA
www.e2arc.com/team
Belgium
AMIRES s.r.o.
www.amires.eu 
Czech Republic


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement n°869929, project Switch2Save.