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For the last severel years, we advised a large number of companies of all sizes in all sectors, a large number of municipalities and regions as well as public institutions and ministries. We collaborated with numerous partners in joint projects at national and international level.
Below you find a selection of our projects with satisfied customers and partners. If you would like to have more information about individual references, do not hesitate to contact us.
In the project ENERCOM, an international consortium studied energy recovery from sewage sludge and greenery waste. As part of the consortium B.A.U.M. was in charge of the communication and dissemination of the project progress and results. The ENERCOM project was funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration. read more
As one of the consortium partners of the EU research project Future INtErnet Smart Utility ServiCEs (FINESCE), B.A.U.M. was in charge of public relations work, knowledge transfer and establishment of networks between the energy and IT sector driving forward internet based solutions for a more efficient energy supply. read more
B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH developed tools and guidelines to standardise municipal energy planning as part of the Interreg Alpine Space Programme of the European Commission, under the team lead of ENEA, Italy. The IMEAS project integrated energy planning across all relevant silos and levels and identified gaps in European energy governance. read more
Coordinated by B.A.U.M., the consortium of the EU funding project AlpEnMat developed the standardised event format JAM BITE. At the same time, JAM BITE serves as a networking platform, which connects SMEs offering innovative and sustainable technologies and services for the Alpine Space with investors and clients. read more
B.A.U.M. Consult is part of the overall 12 partners from different Alpine Space countries of the MELINDA project, who jointly will implement a new model to boost low carbon mobility behaviors in the Alpine Space region. read more