Northern Ireland Hosing Executive
The Northern Ireland Housing Executive was established in 1971 as Northern Ireland’s strategic housing authority. The Northern Ireland Housing Executive offer a range of services to people living in socially rented, privately rented and owner-occupied accommodation as well as working with several other public bodies. The executive offers home improvement grants to homeowners and private tenants.
ARC Healthy Living Centre
ARC Healthy Living Centre is Northern Ireland first Healthy Living Centre. The centre is a registered charity managed by a voluntary Board of Directors. Arc delivers a broad range of initiatives that actively address health inequality encouraging a very strong element of user participation in the planning, development and delivery of service.
Natural Resources Institute Finland
Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) is a public research organisation. Researchers and specialists working in Luke provide new solutions towards the sustainable development of the Finnish bioeconomy and the promotion of new bio-based businesses.
Claremorris Irish Centre Housing
Clár ICH is an Approved Voluntary Housing Association established in 2000 to develop social housing projects to benefit older people and people with disabilities. Clár ICH is funded by the Community Services Programme administered by Pobal and manages social housing stock, food initiatives as well as delivering energy retrofitting measures and social initiatives.
Pure Energy Centre
The Pure Energy Centre designs and installs wind and solar systems at global level, provide battery, hydrogen and nitrogen energy storage solutions and supply green fuel fleets.
Austerland’s Energy Transition
Austurbru advocates in the interest of inhabitants, communities, institutions and companies in East – Iceland. It provides a coordinated and interdisciplinary service related to economy, society, administration, college and continuous education, research, knowledge and culture in East –Iceland.
Karelia University of Applied Sciences
Karelia University of Applied Sciences (Karelia) expertise in renewable energy solutions support the establishment of new RE schemes across the NPA area. Karelia UAS has been one of the main actors in its area in structural funds projects since 1995.
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