Low Carbon South East Europe

Project outputs

Hungary
March 4, 2014

Within the STACCATO project, part of the EU CONCERTO initiative, the municipality of Óbuda-Békásmegyer aimed to demonstrate a reproducible energy efficiency approach through the renovation of the “Village House”, the biggest apartment building in Hungary, comprising 884 flats and housing approximately 3,000 people.

Hungary
March 4, 2014
The interdisciplinary research project “Global Climate Change: Impacts on Hungary and Responses” (VAHAVA) was launched in June 2003. The project analysed the potential impacts of climate change on natural ecosystems, the population and the built environment;
Hungary
March 4, 2014

Hungarian legislation made it possible for old, low-efficiency coal plants to benefit from a national support scheme providing feed-in tariffs and the guaranteed purchase of generated electricity over the investment payback period.

Estonia
March 4, 2014

In 2011, Estonia launched the electric car mobility system, ELMO, aimed at promoting the use of this environmentally friendly mode of transport. The goal of the programme was to speed up the commissioning of electric cars in Estonia and to increase the use of renewable energy by 2020.

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