10 años Energylab


NameEnhancing energy audits schemes in Energy Intensive Industries with practical approaches.
Start DateOctober 2023
End DateSeptember 2026
Leader University College Cork – National University of Ireland
PartnersAsociación de Investigación de las Industrias Cerámicas (AICE), Narodowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii SA (NAPE), Asociación de Empresas de Eficiencia Energética (A3E), Lawler Sustainability and EnergyLab.
Financing entitiesThis project has received funding from the European Union’s LIFE-CET environmental and climate programme under grant agreement N°101120511 Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or CINEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.


The objective of LIFE AUDIT PLUS is enhancing energy audit schemes in energy intensive industries with practical approaches. The project will support Energy Intensive Industries (EII) with operational groups to provide technical, financial, regulatory and training support to start their energy efficiency journey and accompany them in the implementation of energy efficiency measures to meet EU emission reduction goals.

EnergyLab's Tasks

EnergyLab performed the following tasks:

  • Launch of acall to engage EII (Electro Intensive Industries) interested in benefiting from the “Energy Efficiency Service” that will be given through the project.
  • Schedule on the spot visits with the most relevant stakeholders to analyse with them conclusions of their energy efficiency levers and stablish a case study portfolio at EU level.
  • Compilation of existing training content, tools, successful stories, and other relevant documents for professionals at EU level.
  • Guide EII through the identification and implementation of energy efficiency measures.
  • Development of a good practices white book: An open access document for policy makers that summarizes the project results, practical actions and conclusion from open discussion forums in each operational group.