Last week, Bahram Dehghan from Energy City Frederikshavn took part in the kick off meeting of the EU Horizon project ‘Innovate’, in which Energy City Frederikshavn is project partner.
The project’s 13 partners met in Riga, Lithuania to kick-start the project, which will run for three years. The project has participants from 11 countries. Besides Denmark, the project partners are from France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Sweden, Italy, Spain and England.
The focus of the project is innovative financing of energy renovation of private households, and is an extension of the EU project ‘Infinite Solutions’, which Energy City Frederikshavn completed earlier in 2017.
The project will increase Energy City Frederikshavn’s international activities and at the same time strengthen the local work with energy renovation.