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.
2019 call for climate projects in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal
In cooperation with the Siemenpuu Foundation, we have just launched a new call for projects in Mali, Myanmar and Nepal. Under this call, we only accept applications from local organisations.
Green Energy UK launches the first EKOenergy labelled tariff in the UK
Green Energy UK, one of the leading British providers of 100% renewable energy, launches an energy tariff supported by the EKOenergy ecolabel. This is good news for UK consumers looking to buy environmentally sustainable energy and help support local power plants who take their impact on nature into account.
Nordik Konseyi Çevre Ödüllerine Aday Gösterildik!
EKOenergy is nominated for the Nordic Council Environmental Prize 2019! We are honoured to be on the same list as Greta Thunberg! This year’s theme is SDG 12 – Sustainable Production and Consumption.
Finlandiyalı Sürdürülebilir Moda Lideri Globe Hope, EKOenerji kullanıyor
Globe Hope was one of the first consumers of EKOenergy in the fashion industry, having been buying ecolabelled energy since 2013.