The aim of a technical audit or review is to assess the work carried out under the project over a certain period and provide recommendations to the Commission. Such review may cover scientific, technological or any other aspects relating to the proper Execution of the project and EC grant agreement (GA) in line with its Article II.23 – Technical Audits and reviews.
The reviewer’s task is to give external advice to the Commission on the project, with respect
to the following issues:
1. the degree of fulfilment of the project work plan for the relevant period and of the related deliverables
2. the scientific/technical contribution of the project during the relevant period, and recommendations for the next period
3. the continued relevance of the objectives and breakthrough potential with respect to the scientific and/or industrial state of the art
4. the resources planned and utilised in relation to the achieved progress, in a manner consistent with the principles of economy, efficiency and effectiveness
5. the management procedures and methods of the project
6. the beneficiaries’ contributions and integration within the project
7. the expected potential impact in scientific, technological-, economic, competitive
and social terms (where relevant), and the plan for the use and dissemination of results.
The reviewer(s) will also assist the Commission by recommending any reorientation that may be required, but the final decision on recommendations and reorientation is taken only by the Commission.
Ecosole Project Review:
AGENDA – Monteveglio (Bologna) 26/27-02-2014
– Welcome and Introduction
– Project Review objectives and expectations
– WPs introduction
– HCPV Components and System design
– Coffee Break
– Characterization tools, definition and realization of reliability tests
– Housing development
– Highlights and remarks
For more information: Guidance notes for Project Review