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REMOTE
Renewable Energy Training and Demonstration Network for Remote Communities in the NPP Area 9.11
http://www.remoteproject.eu
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Description
Synopsis:
The REMOTE project will increase and support local capacities in renewable energy solutions across the NPP area. By building on the results of NPP Renewable Energy Cluster projects and networks, the REMOTE will establish an unique International Network of Best Practise Demonstration Sites, and integrate it to a Training for Trainers Service. The s... More...
Aim & Objectives:
The REMOTE projects aims to provide feasible renewable energy solutions in remote areas adapted to the scale of sparsely populated areas and communities by providing information, products and services that are accessible to similarly structured communities. Within the project it is aimed to build social capital and expertise by developing training,... More...
Expected Outcomes:
The project REMOTE will establish one product and two services of renewable energy solutions in rural areas of Northern Periphery region. Product and services will be tailored and promoted widely in order to help implementation of renewable energy plans and business activities. Product I Demonstration site network Online Information and Supp... More...
Details
Priority: 2. Sustainable development of natural and community resources
Objective: i. Environment as an asset in the periphery
Theme: Renewable energy, eco products

Total Budget: 843 265,26 EUR
Total Funding Request: 488 257,15 EUR

Start Date: 01/11/2012
End Date: 30/09/2014

Desk Officer Kirsti Mijnhijmer
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