Open Call for MICATool Pilot Cities

The Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation project, "MICAT – Multiple Impacts Calculation Tool", aims to develop a comprehensive approach and user-friendly online tool to estimate the multiple impacts or multiple benefits of energy efficiency measures.

The MICATool will be introduced, anchored, and applied in “real-world” energy and climate strategies at three governance levels: EU, national, and local/regional. All three levels are actively working towards ambitious climate goals, and the Tool can help justify their actions by highlighting the wider impacts of energy efficiency measures in their respective strategies.

The MICAT project seeks to engage with three leading local/regional municipalities through this Call for Services as “MICATool Pilot Cities” to co-develop and explore the Tool’s efficacy in the context of the selected municipalities’ local sustainability, energy efficiency, and/or climate action planning processes.

Please refer to the MICATool Pilot City Call Text / Terms of Reference and the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

The MICATool Pilot City Application is comprised of two parts:

  • The MICATool Pilot City Online Application
  • The MICATool Pilot City Application Signature Form

Both the Online Application and Application Signature Form need to be completed and submitted to be considered for participation.

Applications are due by 17:00 CET, 1 March 2021. 


Frequently Asked Questions

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement
No 101000132.