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ENOUGH’s Success Story

13 Success Stories have been published on the European Commission website. Among them, you will find ENOUGH’s!     The most acclaimed successes are: the Retail Roadmap; dairy demonstrators in Austria and Norway; a transport demonstrator for short distances in Italy. Their highlights, outputs, and impact are also described in the Success Story.   The European Commission…

ENOUGH at the 5th Global Food Security Conference 

From 9 to 12 April 2024, ENOUGH attended the 5th Global Food Security Conference in Leuven (Belgium).    The ENOUGH project was well represented both by a poster (presented by Cristina-Maria Iordan from SINTEF) and by the Work Package 7 with an oral presentation entitled “Are multi-stakeholders initiatives promoting decarbonization in the food supply chain?”.…

ENOUGH student won the Ted Perry Award!

We are proud to announce that Elias Eid from London South Bank University (LSBU) won the prestigious Ted Perry Award for Student Research for his research on reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from the retail sector in Europe. Elias works with ENOUGH technology roadmaps, focusing on understanding how supermarket systems across Europe can…

Project partner Eletica opened new offices

ENOUGH project partner Eletica recently celebrated the opening of its new offices at ‘Centro commerciale Oceano’ in Castelplanio. Among the participants were the mayors of Castelplanio and Maiolati Spontini, together with the president of Gal Alta Vallesina. In addition, several industry and university partners were invited. The inauguration of Eletica’s new headquarters was an opportunity…

ENOUGH at the CFIA exhibition

The CFIA exhibition held last week in Rennes (France), brought together 1,700 suppliers of equipment for the food industries. ENOUGH was present and organised a session targeting the French food industry. The session was entitled “Strategies for decarbonising the Food Chain: The European ENOUGH project: tools and methodologies at the service of food manufacturers”. It…

Ongoing work on public behavioural barriers to adopt sustainable food practices

In addition to sinvestigating technological solutions for achieving climate-neutral food chains, the ENOUGH project is also addressing the impact of non-technical issues on energy consumption and emissions. The ongoing work involves conducting a survey about public behavioural barriers to the adoption of sustainable food practices. This is being done in several European countries, and recently,…

Dissemination of results to Norwegian industry

In innovation projects such as ENOUGH, disseminating the results to relevant industry is key to ensure that new technology will be taken into use. That is why the latest results from selected demonstrators were presented in a recent member meeting in the Norwegian Refrigeration Technology Association. The title of the meeting was “Reducing CO2 emissions…

ENOUGH demonstrator webinars

Last week, the ENOUGH project held two successful webinars showing results from some of our demonstrators. All presentations are available here (LINK).   On Monday (5 December) the webinar “Advancements in freezing technology for a sustainable food chain” took place. Several food products are perishable and highly depending on temperature control, which is energy intensive.…

ENOUGH at COP28

COP28 took place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 30 November to 12 December 2023. Several partners from the ENOUGH project attended the event. The theme of “clean and sustainable cooling” had far more of a focus than at previous COPs. One session hosted by the ENOUGH partners concerned the “Leapfrog to a sustainable agricultural…

Joint Statement on Food Waste Reduction

The ENOUGH project has joined efforts to call for rigorous food waste reduction measures in Europe. We have revised and endorsed the ZeroW project’s statement about a crucial revision of the Waste Framework Directive (WFD). The Directive is currently under discussion within the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) Committee of the European Parliament and we believe research projects…