Hypertech Energy Labs' successful participation in the FP7 Programme, with the award of 4 large grants (Adapt4EE, Inertia, BESOS, OS4ES) in 3 years and 3 consecutive top ranked proposals at EU level, continues in the recently launched Horizon 2020 (H2020) programme as highlighted in a recent report published by the Greek National Documentation Centre (Greek National Contact Point for H2020).

According to the report, named "Greek Participation in the Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy of Horizon 2020 Programme - 2014 Work Programme"  Hypertech Energy Labs are ranked 1st among all Greek Enterprises and 3rd among all Greek Organization in terms of funding received by the European Commission for the implementation of  new projects/ grants that have been awarded within 2014.
This significant distinction comes after the recent announcement of the 2 new grants that have been awarded to Hypertech Energy Labs (H2020-Nobel Grid and H2020-ORBEET) in 2014 and highlights the strong research orientation of the company towards the production and delivery of highly innovative products and solutions in the energy management arena.

More information about the report can be found in the National Documentation Centre website or in the attached document.