Project good practices

The Countryside Productivity Scheme 2018-19 supported the agricultural sector with investment in renewable heat infrastructure, generation and storage.
Location: Inner London - West, United Kingdom
Project: AgroRES
Financial support provided to develop off-grid households electricity
Location: Bucureşti - Ilfov, Romania (România)
Project: AgroRES
50kW Solar PV system to reduce overall electricity costs and associated CO2 emissions for community water supply
Location: Border, Midland and Western, Ireland (Éire)
Project: AgroRES
Production of electricity from two biogas plants fed by by-products derived from animal farm, such as effluents and feed waste, and from dedicated biomass.
Location: Lazio, Italy (Italia)
Project: AgroRES
Organic and multifunctional closed cycle farm, with energy supply through photovoltaic and biomass.
Location: Lazio, Italy (Italia)
Project: AgroRES
Replacement of a traditional heat source with a renewable at the School Complex in Ostrów Lubelski.
Location: Lubelskie, Poland (Polska)
Project: AgroRES
Alava dairy farm is among the first farms in North Karelia, Finland, to generate electricity for the farm’s needs by photovoltaic solar panels.
Location: Pohjois- ja Itä-Suomi, Finland (Suomi)
Project: AgroRES
A consortium of companies and the University of Extremadura develop a prototype that uses biomass from pruning and agro-industrial waste as the main fuel.
Location: Extremadura, Spain (España)
Project: AgroRES
Community energy organisations offer citizens the chance to own renewable energy assets and develop funds to tackle low carbon issues.
Location: Devon, United Kingdom
Project: AgroRES
Providing a financing program for the instalment of photovoltaic panels for electricity production in the isolated households from rural area
Location: Bucureşti - Ilfov, Romania (România)
Project: AgroRES
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