The aim of AMIGDALA is to facilitate decision-makers in governments and in industry to define and evaluate pathways and market uptakes of transformative solutions for circular, climate neutral and competitive industries. Through the use of common databases and integrated models that are internally consistent in policy and economic contexts, we contribute towards reaching Green-Deal sustainability objectives and circularity in an open and transparent way.


AMIGDALA emerges to address the challenge of achieving the European Union Green Deal’s climate neutrality goal by 2050. The initiative has been funded as part of the European call twin green and digital transition 2023 which seeks to develop resilient manufacturing as a service system for agile and sustainable industrial production.  AMIGDALA aims to navigate the unprecedented transformation of the energy system and basic process industry, ensuring profitability and competitiveness while fostering sustainability. It responds to the complexity of governance responses to policy measures and the uncertainties surrounding industry transition pathways. AMIGDALA seeks to prevent policy lock-in, offering scientifically grounded policy evaluations and integrated modeling to guide timely decisions in the face of high costs and risks.

The project fills gaps in standardized model integration, data availability, and transparency, ultimately striving to support informed decisions for a sustainable and carbon-neutral future. The ambition of the project is to guide Europe towards Climate Neutrality through integrated models and informed decision-making.


Informed Decision-Making: AMIGDALA empowers decision-makers with comprehensive insights, enabling strategic choices aligned with climate neutrality and sustainability goals.

Strategic Alignment: AMIGDALA ensures strategic alignment with the sustainability objectives of the European Green Deal, guiding decisions in harmony with broader environmental goals.

Impact Analysis: The project rigorously assesses the consequences of governmental and industrial decisions, shedding light on their effects on emissions, energy demand, and material usage.

Industry Transformation: Serving as a strategic guide, AMIGDALA steers industries towards sustainable and efficient practices, contributing significantly to environmental and economic advancement.


The project is structured into four consecutive work-packages (WP1-4), outlining a systematic progression from Design (WP1) to Proof of Concept (PoC) (WP2), followed by Technical Realization (WP3), and concluding with Deployment (WP4). The initial phases focus on building capability and showcasing a PoC, leading to refining model integration across sectors in WP3. The final stage in WP4 involves deploying the fully integrated modeling to generate climate neutrality pathways. Work-packages 5-7 focus on Dissemination, Exploitation, and Communication to maximize the impact of results, while project management & coordination (WP8-10) ensures efficient overall project management.