Europe's first cross-border network for environmental technology, the "Greater Green" co-operation of clusters launched in 2016 as part of Interreg VA Grande Région, is to be further developed with a clear focus.
As of today, the GREATER GREEN brochure "Flagship projects of environmental technology in the Greater Region" can be downloaded from our website.
GREATER GREEN invited to the second meeting of its Smart Green Energy Working Group on Friday 4
September 2020. Due to the Corona crisis the meeting was held online via the open source platform
On June 17, 2020, we organized a seminar online on the theme of Eco-neighbourhoods.
On May 13, 2020, we had the pleasure of organizing a seminar online with the Belgian company ROTOR during which we discussed the theme of the circular economy in sustainable construction.
Workshop of the Interreg project REKGR in Saarbrücken (4.3.2020).
The REKGR project should lead to a spatial development concept that is shared by all actors in the Greater Region in order topromote innovation in the Greater Region by identifying problems and opportunities.
After the participants had the opportunity to inform themselves about the OIE Biomass Combined Heat and Power Plant (CHP) in Hoppstädten-Weiersbach, technical/scientific talks were held at the Umwelt-Campus.
At the beginning of the 1st meeting of the GREATR GREEN working group "Smart Green Energy" the participants visited the OIE biomass combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Hoppstädten-Weiersbach. The OIE AG as the regional energy supplier operates the second largest biomass plant in Rhineland-Palatinate.