The energy-hub attended a N-EEC seminar Umeå, Sweden 16th of October 2018 on “Energy management and “smart” buildings in cold climate”.
There was a number of presentations from both local and international speakers, followed by Parallel Workshops on Opportunities and challenges in intelligent building control system in public buildings and Enhancing energy efficiency with data, Simple and affordable ways to manage complex data sets.
The Northern European Energy Cluster (N-EEC) is a joint action initiated by three separate EU projects in the northern peripheral regions of Europe, i.e. Renovation Center funded by Interreg Botnia-Atlantica, e-Lighthouse funded by the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme (NPA) and ICNB (Increasing Competence in Northern Building) funded by Interreg Nord. The core idea in N-EEC is to gather the strengths and best practices from each ongoing project and create added value by arranging several joint events on energy efficiency and retrofitting of buildings.