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About Northern-European Energy Cluster (N-EEC)

Northern-European Energy Cluster (N-EEC) is a joint effort by three separate projects in the northern peripheral regions of Europe. The lead partner of N-EEC, Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Oulu UAS) also leads the Interreg NPA-funded project e-Lighthouse. The second project is Renovation Center (A Nordic Center for Energy Efficient Renovations), which is funded by Interreg Botnia-Atlantica and lead by Novia University of Applied Sciences. The third project is ICNB (Increasing Competence in Northern Building and Construction Sector), funded by Interreg Nord. The lead partners of each of these three projects and other key partners form the N-EEC project consortium.

The core idea of N-EEC is to gather the strengths and best practices from each ongoing project and create added value by arranging and hosting several joint events (conferences, symposiums, seminars, stakeholder round-tables, etc.) concerning energy use in buildings, the retrofitting of public buildings, and carbon footprint and life-cycle assessment of buildings as the key themes.  During the events, each project will report their outputs and findings on issues related to building energy. The best practices and the most important lessons learnt will be disseminated to important stakeholders taking part in the event as audience or in live streamed webinars. The N-EEC project is funded by the Interreg Northern Periphery and Arctic programme of European Union.


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