Smarter Energy Communities in Northern & Arctic Regions

SECURE is an interregional project funded under the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014 - 2020, with a budget of €1.8 million. It aims to foster energy-secure communities through the promotion of energy efficiency solutions. The main objective is to use transnational cooperation to transfer and implement innovative energy solutions for improving energy efficiency and renewable sources in public housing, lighting and public buildings. Stakeholders will also study effective technologies and good practice approaches that promote the increased use of energy efficiency and renewable energy resources.

Best Practices

SECURE project aims to develop remote communities and raise their capacity on renewable energy. Find out here best energy practices from the partner regions:

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The event will highlight the Council’s pioneering climate adaptation and green infrastructure plans.

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We need your input to track our impact. Please complete this short survey so we can measure energy awareness levels in our regions!

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The SECURE partnership is preparing the final version of the project energy and carbon baseline study.

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The closing conference will take place in Northern Ireland, in March 2019, hosted by Derry City and Strabane District Council.

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Derry City and Strabane District Council highlights the importance of understanding where energy is being used within a building.

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Our partners from Västernorrland present their latest results on energy efficiency and renewables at Vallänge elderly care home.

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Partners, stakeholders, representatives from other NPA projects, local energy advisers and experts have met in Donegal for the SECURE seminar.

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Our partner wins Local Government Award for 'Excellence in Environmental Sustainability' for its Environmental Stewardship programme.

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Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme has organised the annual lead partner seminar and conference in Scotland.

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