Economic stimulus packages should benefit people and planet
It is important that stimuls packages, developed to alleviate the current crisis are used to work on avoidance of future crises too, and on building a more resilient society. This money should in no way been used to bail out climate-wrecking industries or technologies of the past.
I-RECs for renewable electricity tracking in Russia
Sorry, this entry is only available in Lielbritānijas Angļu and русский. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in this site default language. You may click one of the links to switch the site language to another available language. Earlier this year, the International Renewable Energy Certificate (I-REC) Standard announced the […]
Grants for small scale river restoration projects
We are now able to finance 2 to 3 small scale river projects in Germany, Finland and Sweden.
From north to south avoiding flights: interview with our former volunteer Glòria
Sorry, this entry is only available in Lielbritānijas Angļu and Eiropas Spāņu. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in this site default language. You may click one of the links to switch the site language to another available language. Thanks to our growing number of volunteers, EKOenergy is broadening its […]
New call for Climate Projects – 2020
We are looking for small scale renewable energy projects in poor regions – Deadline for submission is 29 February 2020.
REC Market Meeting is 10 years old
Once again, EKOenergy is a proud supporter of the REC Market Meeting.
Tom, 50th Solidarity Corps volunteer at EKOenergy’s secretariat
Tom Hall, from the UK, is our 50th Solidarity Corps volunteer.
Solar for Sudan – Interview with Rofaida Elzubair
The solar power based smart village in Barbujat, Sudan is a project funded by EKOenergy and implemented by Practical Action, in partnership with the Women’s Development Association Network.
An ecolabel for heat: public consultation
EKOenergy is developing criteria for heat (and cooling). In the first stage, we are focusing on heat generated with heat pumps, geothermal heat, solar heat and heat resulting from heat recuperation.
All climate projects on 1 map
EKOenergy financed the first climate projects in 2015 and since then, we have financed 36 projects with a total sum of 824,311.00 €. We have now a handy overview of all financed projects.