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Revolutionizing Energy Transition: The PEDvolution Project

Imagine a future where urban neighborhoods can produce more energy than they consume, and adapt to changing conditions in a flexible and resilient way. This is the vision of Positive Energy Districts (PEDs), which are transforming the way we think about energy transition in cities. But how can PEDs cope with the complex and dynamic challenges of their environment?

Smart Innovation Norway visits Bulgaria to build network and share expertise

Innovation Norway recently hosted an experience-sharing workshop in Sofia, uniting project promoters and partners from both Bulgaria and Norway – with the goal of training, exchanging best practices, and discussing future cooperation. Smart Innovation Norway's Dr. Iliana Ilieva shared valuable insights on energy efficiency and sustainability of SMEs.

Halden viser vei i Kommune-Norge innen miljøvennlig oppvarming (article in Norwegian)

Restvarme fra industrigiganten Norske Skog Saugbrugs kan gjøre Halden kommune til en foregangskommune i norsk målestokk innen energi.

– Vår rolle som node er å hjelpe norske virksomheter med å ta i bruk blockchain-teknologien

Smart Innovation Norway er en viktig bidragsyter i EBSI-NE, et prosjekt som skal få fart på bruk av blockchain-teknologi på tvers av landene i Europa.

Plastics2Olefins partners ready for next steps

During the fourth General Assembly of the Plastics2Olefins project in Madrid, Spain, the partners discussed the progress of the project and assessed results achieved during the last 18 months.

Bulgarian EV adventure reduces 65 tonnes of CO2 emissions

Electric vehicles (EVs) and charging stations in six different municipalities along the Black Sea coast significantly reduce CO2 emissions in the region. 

Creating Energy Warriors to fight for a greener future

The H2020 project iElectrix used a community-focused approach, engaging young people and encouraging them to be part of the green transition.

Waste data to make renovation at tourist attractions more environmentally friendly

Through digitization, the EU project AURORAL aims to enhance tourism experiences in rural areas. Narvik municipality is one of the pilot locations, and this year, the project is expanding to include logistics, transportation, and waste management.

Improving the recycling process of unsorted plastic waste

The Plastic2Olefins project will develop new technologies to valorise unsorted plastic and other waste in large quantities to yield high-value material streams. To do so, they will use a novel high-temperature pyrolysis process.

Contributing to the establishment of the Black Sea Corridor for E-mobility

Representatives from six Bulgarian municipalities visited Halden and Fredrikstad to see and learn how to adapt to the changing climate and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.