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3CEA project successfully nominated!

Congratulations to 3CEA for the successful nomination of their project to receive financial support from the Irish Climate Action Fund!

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C-Track 50 at COP 24 Side Event on Nature Based Solutions

The C-Track 50 project will be presented during a side event of the COP24 in Katowice, Poland, on 8 December 2018.

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Green solutions awards 2018 winners have been revealed!

The GreenSolutionsAwards 2018 winners were revealed in Katowice during COP24. Dicrover them here!

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Green Energy Investments Energikontor Norr

Green Energy Investments is an ERDF-project managed by Energikontor Norr (North Sweden Energy Agency), focusing on realising sustainable energy business ideas in the region of Norrbotten.

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The fourth BiogasAction newsletter is out!


The fourth BiogasAction newsletter has been released. Find out more about BiogasAction achievements and read the report from the project’s 2018 Final Conference .

Recommendations for the vote in ENVI Committee, on the LIFE programme 2021–2027


Local and regional authorities are striving to accelerate their energy and environmental transition that is a driving force for innovation, job creation, growth, social inclusion and overall territorial development. The LIFE programme is playing a crucial role in enabling regions and cities to achieve their…

Energy Price Assessment: an insight to energy costs in the context of District Heating


District heating (DH) systems are one of the most energy efficient heating systems in urban environments and they are also key systems in the de-carbonization of heating energy in European Cities. 

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Utilising Existing Slurry Storage Facilities in Wales


SWEA visited Bwlchwernen Fawr farm to give some advice on the feasibility of utilising one, or both, of the slurry stores to extract biogas for use in a boiler to provide heat for the creamery and milking parlour.

Working with a Community Energy Company in Wales


Ynni Anafon has installed a 240kW hydro system on the Anafon river. This has been a tremendous success but unable to facilitate one of the highest wishes of the Abergwyngregyn village – cheaper electricity. Ynni Anafon sought advice from experts and is considering biogas.

Working with the Welsh Government


This initiative was targeted at the process of persuasion that there was a useful role for AD bringing together representatives of the various UK governmental departments with other stakeholders– including regulators, academics, AD trade bodies, farming bodies and plant designers and manufacturers.

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