Solar Energy for a Circular Economy

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Solar Energy for a Circular Economy

  • The European Project SUNRISE, “Solar energy for a circular economy”, was selected as one of the six Coordination and Support Actions (CSA) within the Horizon 2020 programme. Funded with €1M, for one year (started in March 2019), setting the basis for a European large scale research project.


  • The SUNRISE Vision is a radical and ambitious scientific and technological approach for solar energy conversion and storage to provide a sustainable alternative to fossil-based, energy-intensive production of fuels and base chemicals. This is fully aligned with the recently released European Commission long-term strategy for a climate neutral Europe by 2050.


  • SUNRISE joins together stakeholders from academia, industry, policy and society, including NGOs and global players in the energy, chemicals and automotive sectors, to develop the S&T roadmap of a large research initiative in the Energy, Environment and Climate Change area.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation Programme under the grant agreement No 816336.

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Curation policy:

The main storage tool will be the project website:

The current policy for back-ups consists of daily recovery of the full server (that contains around 30 webpages) in case there is any technical problem and it needs to be restored. The website will be open and accessible free of charge for all the duration of the CSA and at least, until 3 years after, including all the information and documents publicly available.

On the website, there is also a direct link to the intranet site PLAZA, this is the main tool for internal information exchange within the different working groups of the project. Currently, the site stores relevant information for the SUNRISE partners, such as the generated working documents, data related with the project’s implementation, minutes and agendas of meetings, data about related projects, results, etc., information about supporters’ names and contacts and copies of letters of support. This information is only accessible to designated contacts from each of the partner institutions.

The documents associated with all the public deliverables defined in the Grant Agreement, will be accessible through the project’s website, cordis and ZENODO free of charge.

In the case of scientific publications through the CSA period, the “Gold Open Access” policy will be followed in addition to uploading them into open access repositories (i.e. ZENODO, OpenAIRE, institutional repositories).

All the dissemination and communication material will be available (during and after the project) on the SUNRISE website and ZENODO

February 11, 2020
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