Research projects co-financed by the european comission

The project promotes the use of smart energy management systems as well as renewable energies and the implementation of energy efficiency measures in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and public buildings in the region of Greater Lincolnshire.
RECORA is an initiative of 7 partners from 5 countries supported by the EU programme Interreg IIIC. Main objective of the project is to intensify the cooperation of rural areas concerning use of renewable energies.
SEMS is an EU project funded by the EU’s 6th Framework Research Programme and the CONCERTO initiative. The aim of the project is to turn 4 core communities in Germany, Austria, Luxemburg and Poland into CONCERTO communities through a comprehensive package of renewalbe energy and energy efficiency measures and to prepare this process for further associated communities.
The aim of this project is to improve the university-enterprise cooperation in the process of creating a sustainable industry in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Within the framework of the TEMPUS IV project four universities from Germany, Belgium, Hungary and Slovenia will support three Serbian universities in the development and implementation of an International Joint Master Program and life long learning (LLL) courses on Material and Energy Flow Management (MEM).
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