EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR GREENER COMMUNITIES

Welcome to the EMERGREEN or Emerging Technologies for Greener Communities project website. Our project is an interregional project funded under the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014-2020, with a budget of €1.6 million.

Commenced in October 2018, ERNACT is leading six partners from Ireland, Sweden, Finland, United Kingdom and Faroe Islands in this 3-year project to overcome the common territorial challenge of how to deliver quality and sustainable public services in remote areas, defeating factors such as long distances, high service delivery costs due to low demand aggregation, shortages in human and material resources, and lack of access to the latest innovations.

Below you will find the latest news and events related to the project.

Contact

Lead Partner

Anne Marie McLaughlin

ERNACT

Email: annemarie.mclaughlin{at}ernact.eu

Tel. +353 7491 68212

 

The Environment Agency of Faroe Islands will provide real-time data on green energy to encourage people to invest in solar panels and heat pump...

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NUI Galway and The Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics provides expert research and development capacity in the domain of digital public...

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Omaidea (“Own idea” in English) is a citizen participation platform developed under the Northern, Periphery and Arctic Programme funded EMERGREEN...

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On the 27th of May EMERGREEN project partner Marta Bystrowska from Regional Council Västernorrland was invited to speak about the Energy Agency during...

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This digital platform aims to obtain citizens’ input for improving sustainability at the local scale and to analyse user feedback on the operation of...

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Regional Council of Västernorrland will use chatbot technology to provide easy access to information about solar energy

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Chatbot RIA will assist the public with helpful information on waste and recycling in Derry and Strabane

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EMERGREEN project partner is to install a stand, where people can take a picture and submit it to the council via an app.

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New innovative models for participative, user-centred, quality and sustainable public services aiming greener communities in remote areas.

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