Since the launch of the call for 'Energy poverty and climate projects' , we have been flooded with questions about our Climate Fund. The questions come from large international development organizations, as well as local organizations from the US to Bangladesh and from Albania to South Africa.
It is good to see all these dynamics, and we hope the Climate Fund will be able to contribute to that silent energy revolution.
Photo: Vindenergi Denmark
4. First solar on the map
Last week, we have got the first solar plants on the EKOenergy map: Spanish solar farms, managed by the company Gesternova. Yes to the Spanish sun!
Do you want to have a particular power plant on our list and map? Contact the EKOenergy secretariat, or fill the power plant enrollment form.
5. Partner of the EKOenergy Network: Latvijas Dabas Fonds
24 organizations are member of the EKoenergy Network. The Latvian partner is Latvijas Dabas Fonds, or the Latvian Fund for Nature.
LDF is expert in planning and managing comprehensive nature conservation projects.
LDF has been participating in the EKOenergy discussions since the very beginning of the process (2010-2011). Even before the final criteria had been voted, they organized an EKOenergy day (February 2013), and the organization has now got funding from the Nordic Council of Ministers to get EKOenergy launched in Latvia.