Good Practices

SECURE, EEBAK and GrAB projects have identified many good practices that have been shared with the whole Arctic Cluster partnership. 


SECURE:

Find good energy practices collected from 'Smarter Energy Communities in Northern and Arctic Regions' project partner regions: Canada, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Finland and Faroe Islands. These regions share the same features, such as low population density, abundant natural resources, and low accessibility.

  • This directory of good energy practices helps to overcome some of the challenges northern regions face today by sharing the knowledge and innovation these regions have generated.


EEBAK:

Partners from 'Improving Energy Efficiency in Arctic Buildings' are now starting to identify their good practices. Some of the selected ones are the following:



GrAB: 

Partners from 'Green Arctic Building' project are now starting to identify their good practices. See a forecast of their planned work:  

  • Identify and develop green technologies, methods and tools for the arctic and sub-arctic climate. 
  • Demonstrate working technologies, methods and tools.
  • Establish learning platform for green buildings in the North.
  • Establish learning modules to provide training and professional development related to green building.
  • Develop recommendations for promoting green buildings.
  • Disseminate results and learning outcome to stakeholders and the general public.