Best practices

Exemplary projects and initiatives are implemented and replicated at local and regional level. The following best practices are categorised by topic and geographic area.

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Water power station Lyckeåborg Blekinge, Sweden

Water power station Lyckeåborg Blekinge, Sweden

In 2011 the hydropower plant, located in Lyckeåborg Blekinge, was totally renewed in order to reduce oil consumption and optimize the use of renewable energy sources.

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ENER-SUPPLY (Energy Efficiency and Renewables Supporting Policies in Local level for energy)

ENER-SUPPLY (Energy Efficiency and Renewables Supporting Policies in Local level for energy)

The main objective has been to strengthen the public local administration expertise within the field of energy and to create attracting investments in renewable energy sources (RES) and energy efficiency (EE).

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The fight against fuel poverty in Reunion Island with the SLIME project

The fight against fuel poverty in Reunion Island with the SLIME project

Energies-Réunion SPL (Reunion island, France)

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Boosting Energy Efficiency in the Zlín Region through Smart Energy Management

Boosting Energy Efficiency in the Zlín Region through Smart Energy Management

EAZK is boosting Energy Efficiency in the Zlín Region, Czech Republic, through Smart Energy Management via the Interreg Central Europe project BOOSTEE-CE.

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Castilla y León Energy Efficiency Strategy will reduce 30% of energy consumption by 2020

Castilla y León Energy Efficiency Strategy will reduce 30% of energy consumption by 2020

79 measures will be implemented in the Castilla y León region (Spain) to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emission of the region by 2020. The Energy Efficiency Strategy – CyL sets the target of more than 30% reduction.

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Generating energy savings in General County Hospital Dr Tomislav Bardek

Generating energy savings in General County Hospital Dr Tomislav Bardek

Hospitals are among best candidates for energy saving projects. Indeed, REA Sjever in Koprivnica, Croatia, started in 2014 this successful long-term energy retrofitting of the General County hospital Koprivnica into an energy efficient hospital.

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PASSIVE HOUSE Pilot Project in Calarasi district

PASSIVE HOUSE Pilot Project in Calarasi district

The passive house pilot project is the most innovative project in Calarasi district in the Republic of Moldova so far. It allowed the construction of a kindergarten building based on the passive house concept.

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CIRCWASTE, promoting biogas production and usage in Keskisuomi

CIRCWASTE, promoting biogas production and usage in Keskisuomi

CIRCWASTE-project provides information for the potential users of biogas in the Central Finland Region, Finland. In this project, Central Finland is focusing on the promotion of biogas for transport use.

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Small scale district heating facilities generate green electricity in southeast Sweden

Small scale district heating facilities generate green electricity in southeast Sweden

The new technology for small-scale biomass-based district heating combines heat and power in South East Sweden, Sweden. This bio-based electricity generation could cover 2-7 % of total electricity demand in Sweden.

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Supporting a booming development of the Danish biogas sector

Supporting a booming development of the Danish biogas sector

The Danish Technology Centre for Biogas (DFFB) and the Energy Consulting Network (EC network) support the development of the Danish biogas sector via different types of interventions.

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District Heating with biomass in the Valencia region

District Heating with biomass in the Valencia region

Todolella, a small town in the Valencia region, Spain, has become a symbol of sustainable town thanks to a District Heating network with biomass that supplies heating and hot water (DHW) to several public and private buildings.

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Energy self-sufficient street lamps in the Velenje municipality and beyond

Energy self-sufficient street lamps in the Velenje municipality and beyond

The operation of energy self-sufficient street lamps, established by KSSENA in Savinjska, Šaleška and Carinthia, Slovenia has become, by 2017, economically viable and has been installed in many Municipalities across Europe.

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