Find out how our project is proceeding:
Green Stove, Driade version, has been officially certified
Development of 15 Green Stoves for a second test
The production of a third batch of 15 Green Stoves for a second test has commenced, scheduled for the upcoming winter season, along with the validation of the final configuration for the commercial launch.
The Real Environment Test has been completed.
Data analysis has confirmed the expected improvements in thermal efficiency and the reduction of carbon oxide emissions, fine particulates, and organic compounds.
April 13, 2023
Second monitoring meeting
The second monitoring meeting was held in Porcia at Palazzetti.
35 Green Stoves installed
The "Real Environment Test" continued with the entire batch of 35 Green Stoves installed at project partners' locations. All stoves are connected via the web for data collection and analysis of their performance and emissions composition.
Commencement of the "Real Environment Test"
with an initial batch of 20 Green Stoves installed in Italy, Belgium, and Slovenia.
Final version test
The final version of the GREEN STOVE was tested to the purpose of obtaining heating and electrical certifications.
31st JULY 2022
New FUMIS-DELTA circuit board
As foreseen by the Project plan, Action B1 has been completed by developing the new FUMIS-DELTA circuit board to electronically control the GREEN STOVE.
The partners of the LIFE – GREEN STOVE project presented their new product at the PROGETTO FUOCO event, the most important international exhibition for biomass heating systems.
7th APRIL 2022
The Monitor Meeting – involving all the people working on the project at PALAZZETTI, ATECH and RVC - took place at Palazzetti’s headquarter in Porcia.
31st December 2021
First deliverable Action A1
As set out in the Project’s plan, the first deliverable of Action A1 was produced, including the definition of the GREEN STOVE’s 3D design.
17th December 2021
First quarterly meeting
The first Parner Meeting took place on a computer platform to adhere to safety precautions regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. The agenda included exchanges of information between partners on the technical progress of the main Actions A1 and B1 and the coordination of the financial management systems.
23rd November 2021
LIFE20 Welcome Meeting
The event organised by NEEMO LIFE Team registered almost 200 participants. CINEA (European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency) officers illustrated the objectives of the various sections of the LIFE Circular Economy & Quality of LIFE Programme. The GREEN STOVE project was presented to all participants during the Air&Noise session, arousing keen interest.
31st October 2021
The first version of the Dissemination Plan, the document concerning the communication and diffusion of information regarding the GREEN STOVE project, was produced within the scope of Action D1.
1st October 2021
Action B1 “Development of control electronics” was started. Its goals are:
1. To select and supply sensors (e.g. temperature and humidity sensors) and integrate them in the GREEN STOVE’S central control system to obtain information on the system’s performances
2. To develop/implement the Cloud platform
3. To design a new HW platform with the main controller, in line with the latest technological progress and implementing Green IoT technologies
KICK OFF MEETING
The kick-off meeting took place at Palazzetti's headquarters in Porcia. Partners of ATECH Electronika – which is developing the electronic control systems - and RV Distribution – that is participating in the new product’s field tests – were present, together with Palazzetti’s managers and engineers.
The following actions were started, as specified in the project plan:
Action A1 “Finalization of the stove design” whose purpose is to opimise the architecture and components of the GREEN-STOVE to define the final 3D design.
Action C1 “KPI definition and monitoring” whose goal it is to
• Identify all the parameters to be monitored during the project
• Define the expected goals (KPI)
• Monitor the identified parameter
Action C2 “Life Cycle Assessment” whose goal is to monitor, quantify and assess the system’s performances in terms of environmental benefits.
Action C3 “Social-Economic Impact Analysis” whose purpose it is to assess GREEN-STOVE’s potential social impact (on employment, health) as well as economic aspects.
Action D1 “Dissemination and Communication” whose goal it is to make LIFE GREEN-STOVE’s innovation known in at least 5 countries in the EU (Italy, Belgium, Slovenia, France and Germany), taking part in significant public events in the most important cities to reach a very large audience.
Action E1 “Project management” whose goal it is to coordinate and make sure that the project’s progress is consistent with the LIFE Programme’s plan and rules.
1st September 2021
Launch of the LIFE Green-Stove project