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Key achievements

GREEN INDUSTRY INNOVATION

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Over 200new environmental technologies developed

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

SNAPSHOT EXAMPLE

Close to 1 100 permanentgreen jobs created

The Lithuanian pastry company UAB Eurobagetas acquired environmentally friendly technology to reduce water and electricity usage and improve efficiency in its operations. By implementing the project, UAB Eurobagetas created 50 additional jobs, noticeably expanding its workforce.Read more about the projecthere.

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

SNAPSHOT EXAMPLE

31 new environmentaltechnologies commercialised

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

In Estonia, the company Elering AS developed an open software platform for monitoring and managing energy consumption that gives its customers better control of their energy usage. It also provides them with tools to assess the potential for installing renewable energy devices (and the cost of said installations) and evaluate the choices for buying electricity at lower prices. These types of customer-oriented energy management system will become increasingly important through the implementation of the EU’s Energy Union.Read more about the projecthere.

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

SNAPSHOT EXAMPLE

Over 200 new environmentaltechnologies developed

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

In Hungary, a company has developed a technology which increases the efficiency, sustainability and competitiveness of biogas plants. This could become an important technology for the country, since they are required to reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste by 35% (based on 1995 levels). The developed technology enables biogas plants to utilise more raw material for energy production, while also reducing the waste products generated from biogas operations. Read more about the projecthere.

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

SNAPSHOT EXAMPLE

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

The Romanian textile and laundry service company CS Promar Textile SRL introduced technology to reduce water usage and lower its use of detergents in its industrial processes. The company also increased efficiency in its processes and expanded its workforce by 16 employees.Read more about the projecthere.

134 environmental technologiesadapted for use

Close to 1 100permanentgreen jobs created

SNAPSHOT EXAMPLE

115 projects implementedin partnership between beneficiaryand Norwegian partners

31 new environmental technologiescommercialised

Over 200new environmental technologies developed

115projectsimplementedinpartnershipbetween beneficiary andNorwegian partners

An industrial town in Slovakia reduced its CO2 emissions by 6 100 tonnes/year by switching its district heating system from gas to local biomass. The three entities, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norskog and International Development Norway AS contributed with technical and management expertise as donor project partners. The project also succeeded in replacing about 90% of the gas formerly used for heating and created six jobs. The project received the EU’s Sustainable Energy Award for 2017 in the Business category. Read more about the projecthere.