SMARCTIC

'Smart energy management in remote Northern, Peripheral and Arctic regions' project aims to increase the use of energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions in housing and public infrastructures in remote, sparsely populated areas. 

We are six project partners and five associated partners from Europe and Atlantic Canada that are working together to:

  1. Provide a Smart Energy Management Model (SEMM) suitable for NPA communities.
  2. Build & test the effectiveness of new smart energy solutions.
  3. Increase NPA's communities innovation capacity to deliver energy solutions.
  4. Disseminate findings outside of the partnership.

 

We started our journey on the 1st of July 2019 and we will be exchanging experience and learning from each other until the 30th June 2022 with a budget of €1.4 million.

 

Contact

                       Juanita Blue / ERNACT

juanita.blue{at}ernact.eu / +353 74 916 8212

Discover the main renewable resources that are available in our SMARCTIC partner region.

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Northern Ireland partners are working towards climate change targets and setting long term goals to become a ‘Net Zero Carbon Region’ by 2045.

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Find out more about the main sources of energy for light, heat and other essential public and domestic services in the region.

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SMARCTIC project will promote a new innovative approach to reducing energy usage whilst increasing the uptake of renewable energy sources.

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Summers impact in the energy expenditure & indoor environment, although it doesn’t deviate greatly in Derry & Strabane.

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SMARCTIC aims to bring intelligent solutions by using SMART technology and visualisation tools to reduce energy usage.

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How do average daylight hours and temperature affect energy consumption within indoor environments during the warmest months in Sweden?

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Our SMART Energy Management Model will be tested in Ireland, Finland, Sweden, Iceland and the UK.

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Lapland faces some challenges that directly affect indoor environment. How do these nightless days impact the energy usage?

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