Projects

Projects ( 55 - 63 from 219 )

KeepWarm

Improving the performance of district heating systems in Central and Eastern Europe

The KeepWarm project aims at accelerating cost-effective investments in the modernisation of District Heating Systems in Central and Eastern Europe, including the promotion of switching to less-polluting energy sources like renewables.

European Green Capital Network - Pilot Project

Assistance in supporting and enhancing the network of European Green Capital winners and finalists

EC LCC tools

EC LCC tools

Life Cycle Costing (LCC) tool development in priority product sectors such as ICT and lighting..

EC GPP Training and Toolkit

ICLEI, together with a series of organisations from across the EU, is updating the European Commission's GPP Training Toolkit, and organising 10 training programmes for procurers in seven EU countries.

RURITAGE

Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth

GreenCharge

GreenCharge

GreenCharge will empower cities and municipalities to make the transition to zero emission/sustainable mobility with innovative business models, technologies and guidelines for cost efficient and successful deployment and operation of charging infrastructure for EVs.

Handshake

Enabling the transferability of cycling innovations and assessment of its implications

Handshake supports the effective uptake of the integrated cycling solutions successfully developed by Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Munich.

LEA Learntech Accelerator

Smart, inclusive and sustainable demand-based development of learning technology

The LEA project aims to develop a critical mass of European procurers demanding innovative learning/educational technology (learntech) solutions.

OpenHeritage

Organizing, Promoting and Enabling Heritage Re-Use through Inclusion, Technology, Access, Governance and Empowerment

OpenHeritage tests selected best practices of adaptive heritage management in six Cooperative Heritage Labs established in Berlin, Lisbon, Pomaz, Rome, Sunderland and Warsaw. Drawing on the Lab’s experience, the project develops an inclusive governance model of adaptive heritage re-use.