Optimization of supply, storage and demand for electricity and heat
Increasing self-consumption of local renewable energy in residential buildings at the lowest cost
Intelligent management and optimization of all energy flows in the building

SCORES will combine and optimize the multi-energy generation, storage and consumption of local renewable energy (electricity and heat) and grid supply, bringing new sources of flexibility to the grid, and enabling reliable operation with a positive business case in Europe’s building stock.

SCORES optimizes self-consumption of renewable energy and defers investments in the energy grid. SCORES is a gamechanger in the European energy transition towards a zero-energy built environment.


11.12.2018 | SAVE TODAY, USE TOMORROW! workshop at WSED 2019

Six H2020 research and innovation projects (CREATEHYBUILDSCORESTESSE2BTHERMOSS and SUNHORIZON) are pleased to invite you to the World Sustainable Energy Days in Wels, Austria workshop "SAVE TODAY, USE TOMORROW" – Thermal Energy Storage Systems which will be held within the session "Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings" of the World Sustainable Energy Days in Wels, Austria.

Workshop registration is free of charge, but it is necessary to be registered on the WSED conference in order to participate in the workshop.

When? 28th February 2019, afternoon session

Where? Stadthalle Wels, Pollheimerstrasse 1, A-4600, Wels, Austria

Register to the workshop HERE

Register to WSED HERE

Download the workshop flyer HERE

Contact person: Petra Colantonio, petra.colantonio@fenixtnt.cz

15.11.2018 | SCORES project General Assembly meeting after 12 months

SCORES consortium met at the General Assembly meeting after 12 months of the project in Baden-Baden (Germany) from 6th to 8th November 2018. They had a chance to discuss the project progress and plans for the next six-month period.

Coordinator of the project also appreciated the partners from Heliopac for a great representation of the project during the ECTP conference, where their system HELIOPACSYSTEM+, also used in the SCORES project, was awarded as one of the most promising technologies.