The EU Heroes project team has recently published its policy recommendations. This policy document draws on a selection of best case examples from across the participating nations and offers key recommendations that are intended to be of use across the project members, the wider European context, and any organisations interested in community-owned solar PV. Our vision…
The last national EU HEROES event was held on Thursday 27 August 2020, organized by CRES to disseminate final projects findings at national level. The event was attended by the Centre of Renewable Energy Sources and Energy president, representative of HEDNO SA, the HYPERION Solar Community Vice president, representative of cities network in Greece, municipalities…
If you missed our recent EU Heroes webinar series in July or want to catch up on anything you might have missed, you can now get up to speed by clicking through the YouTube videos below.
We’re pleased to announce a series of webinars in July that will draw on experience from across Europe to review how energy communities delivering solar PV projects can contribute to achieving net zero carbon emissions.
For the Sake of Decarbonising Europe: Bringing PV Prosumers and Distribution System Operators together
The workshop took place in Brussels on 10th March and aimed to shed light on the upcoming policy options that EU decision-makers could (or should) develop under the Green Deal.
Project partners KAPE presented at Bautec 2020, an International Trade Fair for Building and Construction Technology.
Cost‐effective energy saving in the building sector is a high priority in Europe.
Lithuanian Parliament has adopted a new national strategy on energy security, with an increase in demand for renewable energy across the country taking up an importance place throughout.
Collaborative event held at Warsaw’s University of Life Sciences, organised by KAPE and IEN on behalf of EU Heroes.
PV prosumers on the rise – how Europe can empower more people to produce, consume & sell their own electricity.