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Spring has sprung!

COBEN’s developments during the second pandemic spring

The team of the Interreg VB North Sea Region project COBEN is energised and full of new inspiration to bring the benefits of civic energy to communities of the North Sea Region!

Despite the lasting pandemic, the project partners can account for some noteworthyaccomplishments in the past couple of months, including the development of a ‘bike tour’ to enjoy the wind landscape in the Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen in Belgium, while in Denmark, Ringkøbing-SkjernKommune officially inaugurated two shared mobility schemes in Alkærparken and Videbæk.On top of that, the Swedish partners of Uppsala kommun held two webinars and a workshop during the Uppsala Climate Week, covering topics such as power constraints in the grid, solutions for a more flexible use and demand of energy, as well as general information about the concept and benefits of energy communities.

On Thursday, May 20th, the COBEN consortium will meet again –virtually – to discuss policy recommendations in light of the EU Clean Energy Package and the revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED II).

The team of the Interreg VB North Sea Region project COBEN is energised and full of new inspiration to bring the benefits of civic energy to communities of the North Sea Region!

Despite the lasting pandemic, the project partners can account for some noteworthyaccomplishments in the past couple of months, including the development of a ‘bike tour’ to enjoy the wind landscape in the Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen in Belgium, while in Denmark, Ringkøbing-SkjernKommune officially inaugurated two shared mobility schemes in Alkærparken and Videbæk.On top of that, the Swedish partners of Uppsala kommun held two webinars and a workshop during the Uppsala Climate Week, covering topics such as power constraints in the grid, solutions for a more flexible use and demand of energy, as well as general information about the concept and benefits of energy communities.

On Thursday, May 20th, the COBEN consortium will meet again –virtually – to discuss policy recommendations in light of the EU Clean Energy Package and the revised Renewable Energy Directive (RED II).

(Changed: 2021-04-30)