Event calender

Project day: Insights about ESCO (DANISH)
12.02.2016

Once Again we are, as a part of the PRIMES project, able to invite all interested parties to another exiting project day. The program of the day offers a sequence of inspirational presentations within the field of ESCO projects. The event is hosted on the 1. of March 2016.

Procura+ Seminar to look at the future of procurement in Europe
22.09.2015

The challenge of designing procurement processes that will help to build a low carbon future will be discussed at the 2015 Procura+ Seminar, set to take place in Barcelona (Spain) on 11 November 2015. Registration is open.

Task Force of experts cooperates with municipalities
Webinar June 15: How to ensure renewable energy supply and efficiency in public procurement
11.06.2015

Join the webinar about how to boost sustainable energy supply & efficiency through Smart Public Tendering. Sign up for the GPP2020 seminar now.

PAST DUE // Low-Carbon Procurement in Practice
21.05.2015

Get free insight into good practices, and see discussion on methods to overcome obstacles while driving low-carbon public purchases for supplies, works and services. Register now for the one day seminar in Riga - free of charge.

Primes Green Public Procurement
PAST DUE // Community-energy: empowering local authorities and their communities to guide local sustainable energy roll-out in Denmark
20.05.2015

Local decision-makers, planners, local government associations and networks, and energy agencies are invited to participate in this free workshop addressing the potential for roll-out of community energy in Denmark.

Manag Energy in Sweden - Meet Primes partners
PAST DUE // Manag Energy Event in Sweden
13.11.2014

For the fifth year in a row Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden arranges a one-day conference dedicated to energy and climate issues in a regional perspective with outlook in Sweden and the world. Two PRIMES partners will attend the conference.



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05.10.2016

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