Currently we are developing and conducting:

  • More than 10 post-authorization studies (PASS studies)
  • Epidemiology and Impact of diabetes in Denmark
  • EuroQol Weighing Study (PROMs)
  • Socio Economic Impact Studies
  • Development of databases and tools for analyses

Economic Environment Projects

NewSOL, high efficiency heat storage system for Concentrated Solar Plants (CSP). Hirozon2020 project. Dec 2016 - Dec 2019.
NewSOL - Its main objective is to develop advance materials solutions based on innovative storage media and concepts for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) up to validation in field of their performance by real time monitoring. This will be supported by an innovative thermal energy storage design based on the combination of new functional and advanced materials, like heat thermal fluid, sensible and latent energy storage media and insulating materials, into two innovative plant architectures: single tank thermocline storage and concrete type module.
ApEHR will lead WP8 related to long term funding strategy of NewSOL. Will be responsible for exploitable results and for task 7.3 related to Market strategy and Business case.

STOA, European Parliament. Jan 2016 - ongoing.
Towards a circular economy – waste management in the EU. Led by Oakdene Hollins Ltd. The study will summarise state of play of waste management in EU28, provide an assessment of waste management technologies leading to a gap analysis.
Lead on the cost benefit assessment of selected Policy Options with focus on opportunities for the waste sector in the EU.

APSE Use of eco-friendly materials for a new concept of Asphalt Pavements for a sustainable Environment. FP7 project. Jan 2014 - Sept 2017.
Developing novel technologies to integrate waste and recycled materials into the production cycle of asphalt mixtures is a solution that improves both sustainability and cost-efficiency of the asphalt pavement industry reducing the CO2 footprint of these pavements and the environmental impact and associated costs related to the waste generation and disposal. The eco-asphalt combines greener binders, recycling aggregates from C&DW and reclaimed asphalt within an integrated solution or asphalt pavements.
Lead of WP6  Analysis of the environmental and economic impact of the innovative green pavement including LCA, economic assessment, ECO innovation indicators and market feasibility.

Decumanus. FP7 project. Dec 2013 - April 2016.
The goal of DECUMANUS is the development and consolidation of a set of sustainable services that allows city managers to include geo-spatial products into their climate change strategies. Assessment of urban climate change; land monitoring services providing land consumption information and urban ecosystems assessment and tools; provision of EO products to improve the energy efficiency in cities, and tools to alert the population of health risks due to poor air quality and heat waves.
Development of a sustainable business model and market exploitation strategy for environmental services for cities.

DG Climate. Dec 2013 - July 2014.
Climate extremes and defining a Pilot approach on estimating the direct and indirect impacts on economic activity.
Input to the Socio-economic analysis.