Field test of sensors for detecting early stages of yellow rust in wheat
©Hamdorf/ATB
Experimental setup in ATB‘s biogas lab
© Gutjahr/ATB
ATB’s boundary layer windtunnel for measuring air streams
© Stollberg/ATB
Picture of LVAT Gross Kreutz with cattle and sheep stalls and storage of silage and feed stuff
© LVAT
Previous
Next

RES4LIVE will and bring into the market integrated cost effective and case sensitive Renewable Energy Sources (RES) solutions towards achieving fossil free livestock farming.

It involves 17 partners from 8 countries. The consortium is made of 4 Universities, 4 Research Organizations, 6 SMEs, 1 Farm and 2 International Associations.

RES4LIVE will last 48 months from 1st October 2020 to 30th September 2024 with a budget of 4.998.455,00 €

The strategic objective of RES4LIVE is to develop and bring into the market integrated, cost-effective and case-sensitive RES solutions towards achieving fossil-free livestock farming

RES and machinery adaptation, and other technologies selection.

Pilot systems design, installation and testing.

Multi-level Assessment: technical, economic, social, environmental.

Replicability and impact generation: case studies, clustering, stakeholders’ engagement etc. 

Activity News

Tweets

Events

Jul
4
Sun
all-day EurAgEng Conference 2021 @ On-line
EurAgEng Conference 2021 @ On-line
Jul 4 – Jul 8 all-day
EurAgEng Conference 2021 @ On-line
  The EurAgEng Conference 2021, initially organized in Évora, Portugal,  will be held on-line from 4h to 8th July 2021. The project partner the University of Bologna will attend the conference. For more information about[...]

Partners

aua
aarhus
unibo
atb
certh
cetri
crmt
eaap
eurec
ghent
golinelli
ilvo
lvat
mg
plegma
psyctotherm
terra