22 project news found Export
  • Slovakia flag Slovakia 01 December 2015

    Preventing flood damage in Slovakia

    Slovakia is regularly affected by overflowing rivers as well as long drought periods. Improving the preparedness for these potential catastrophes is not only helping the country, but can also be of use in Norway.
    Programme: SK02: Adapation to Climate Change - Flood and Drought Prevention
    Programme areas: Adaptation to climate change
  • Portugal flag Portugal 09 September 2015

    Increasing interest in climate change

    How do you get students more interested in learning about climate change? Portuguese teachers are using video, pictures and social media when teaching this important topic.
    Programme: PT04: Adaptation to Climate Change
    Project: PT04-0005: Clim@EduMedia - Climate Change: Learning through student media
    Project status: Completed
    Funded by : EEA Grants
    Sector: Climate Change and Energy
    Programme areas: Adaptation to climate change
  • Poland flag Poland 13 July 2015

    Supporting renewable energy in Poland

    Funding is now available under the Polish 'Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source' programme.
    Programme: PL04: Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source
    Programme areas:
    • Renewable energy
    • Energy efficiency
  • Poland flag Poland 19 June 2015

    Reducing emissions in Wrocław

    With funding from Norway, the heat and power plant Kogeneracja S.A., located in the centre of Wrocław in Poland, will significantly reduce its emissions. This will mean better air quality for the inhabitants of Wrocław and the wider region. 
    Programme: PL04: Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source
    Project: PL04-0091: Execution of the Wet Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) System for Boilers K1, K2, and K3 in Elektrocieplownia Wroclaw
    Project status: Completed
    Funded by : Norway Grants
    Sector: Climate Change and Energy
    Programme areas: Energy efficiency
  • Poland flag Poland 16 June 2015

    How can your house save you money?

    A campaign supported through the EEA Grants in Poland invites people to take a closer look at the benefits of energy efficiency
    Programme: PL04: Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source
    Project: PL04-0001: Educational and promotional activities in the field of energy efficiency and use of renewable energy including the environmentally friendly houses
    Project status: Completed
    Funded by : EEA Grants
    Sector: Climate Change and Energy
    Programme areas: Energy efficiency
  • Hungary flag Hungary 04 June 2015

    Solving water supply problems for Hungarian farmers

    The Homokhát area in the south of Hungary experiences both long periods of drought and heavy rainfall. Improving the water network system to secure adequate water supply for agriculture production is therefore important.
    Programme: HU04: Adaptation to Climate Change
    Programme areas: Adaptation to climate change
  • Czech Republic flag Czech Republic 08 April 2015

    Cooperation to promote CCS technology

    Supported by Norway, projects to explore the use of carbon capture and storage technology in the Czech Republic as well as raise awareness on how CCS can be used for climate change mitigation are getting underway.
    Programme: CZ08: Pilot studies and surveys on CCS technology
    Programme areas: Carbon capture and storage (CCS)
  • Spain flag Spain 03 November 2014

    Partnering up for renewable energy

    Organisations from Iceland and Norway are joining forces with their Spanish counterparts as part of the Spanish programme for environmental and climate change-related research and technology. Of the 198 projects supported under the programme, 51 are carried out with partners.
    Programme: ES02: Environmental and Climate Change-related Research and Technology
    Programme areas: Environmental and climate change-related research and technology
  • Poland flag Poland 30 October 2014

    Siekierki Power Plant – Reducing carbon emissions and improving lives

    Siekierki is the largest combined heat and power plant in Europe. The primary fuel used at Siekierki is coal. Norway Grants is providing €5 million to replace coal with more environmentally friendly biomass fuel in one of its boilers.
    Programme: PL04: Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source
    Programme areas:
    • Renewable energy
    • Energy efficiency
  • Poland flag Poland 30 October 2014

    Siekierki Power Plant – Reducing carbon emissions and improving lives

    Siekierki is the largest combined heat and power plant in Europe. The primary fuel used at Siekierki is coal. Norway Grants is providing €5 million to replace coal with more environmentally friendly biomass fuel in one of its boilers.
    Programme: PL04: Saving energy and promoting renewable energy source
    Programme areas:
    • Renewable energy
    • Energy efficiency