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Renewable Energy Sources in the Wisloka River Basin

01.09.2010 - 31.03.2017

Air pollution and emission levels in Southern Poland are substantially higher than in Western European countries, due to the common use of coal for heating purposes. The project aims to improve air quality by introducing renewable energy sources in the Union of the Wisloka River Basin Communes. Solar systems for hot water production will be installed on private and public buildings, and photovoltaic systems for electricity generation will be provided to selected public buildings.


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Renewable Energy Systems in Healthcare Facilities in the Mazowieckie Voivodship

Hospital complex in Central Poland

01.09.2010 - 15.02.2017

The project is situated in the Mazowieckie Voivodship in Central Poland, the largest and most populous Voivodship in Poland. Accordingly, the consumption of fossil fuels is very high, which results in significant emissions of greenhouse gases. Since health care facilities consume a significant amount of energy, the project aims to decrease emissions and environmental pollution by introducing renewable energy sources for hot water production in 12 healthcare facilities in the Mazowieckie region.


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Renewable Energy Systems in the Mszana Dolna Region

Solaranlagen zur Warmwasseraufbereitung in Polen

20.07.2010 - 31.12.2016

This project is situated in the Mszana Dolna Region (Malopolskie Voivodship) in southeastern Poland. The air pollution and emission levels in in this region are substantially higher than in Western European countries. The participating communes are located close to UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves (Tatra and Babia Gora mountains), National Parks and Natura 2000 areas, thus the high air pollution jeopardizes the vulnerable fauna and flora of this protective area. Consequently, this project aims at increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions of greenhouse gases in the region.


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Heating Substations and Distribution Network in Warsaw

Construction site with three workers and pipes

20.07.2010 - 31.03.2017

The project aims to improve the energy efficiency of Warsaw's district heating system, and to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and hazardous substances. 100 outdated group heating substations will be replaced by 765 individual substations, and over 40'000 meters of old duct type heat distribution pipes will be replaced with modern pre-insulated pipes.


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Renewable Energy Systems in 9 Municipalities of the Swietokrzyskie Voivodship

20.07.2010 - 31.03.2017

This project is situated in the Swietokrzyskie Voivodship in Southern Poland. The air pollution and emission levels in in this region are substantially higher than in Western European countries. The 9 municipalities participating in this project are located close to Natura 2000 areas, thus the high air pollution jeopardizes the vulnerable fauna and flora of this protective area. Consequently, this project aims at reducing emissions of greenhouse gases in the region.


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Sustainable Public Procurement

03.07.2010 - 03.03.2019

Following the successful implementation of the Ghanaian procurement reform, which was supported by a previous SECO project between 2003 and 2006, the goal of this project is to embed the principles of transparency, accountability and sustainability in public procurement. More specifically, the project aims at: ensuring open access to information and a transparent procurement management system for all bidders (transparency)- making public procurement a trigger to encourage the private sector to provide better and innovative goods and services that will integrate social and environmental considerations (sustainability)- and enabling procurement entities to report on their activities so that they can be held responsible for the execution of their budget and the use of public funds (accountability).


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Gevgelija Wastewater Treatment Plant

01.06.2010 - 31.12.2019

As agreed between Switzerland and Greece during the set-up of the Swiss Enlargement Contribution, the two countries will implement projects, which are not located in Greece but in some kind favorable for Greece. Switzerland and Greece together with Macedonia identified the here proposed project for wastewater treatment in Gevgeljia, a town located at the Greek border.


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Renewable Energy in the Area of Natura 2000 in the Suski Poviat

123 solar panels for hot water

19.05.2010 - 31.12.2016

In the Suski district, private households account for an important share of environmentally harmful emissions. Some 60% of these emissions stem from coal based devices used by households for heating and domestic hot water production. Through the installation of solar systems, the project aims at improving air quality in valuable nature reserves by reducing emissions from mostly coal based water heating systems of private households and the regional hospital in the Suski district.


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Organic Fair Trade Cocoa, Ghana

01.04.2010 - 31.07.2017

The project shall enable a significant and growing number of farmers in three cocoa districts of Ghana to improve their livelihoods in a sustainable way by adopting organic and fair-trade standards for cocoa production and by selling their produce via traceable value chains to market players in the Swiss chocolate sector.


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Energy Efficiency and Emission Reduction in the Parseta River Basin

Solar collectors on roof

25.02.2010 - 31.12.2016

This project aims at increasing energy efficiency and reducing emissions of greenhouse gases in the region of the Parseta River Basin in north-western Poland. The basin is particularly known for its unique flora and fauna, protected by a series of nature conservation sites along the river.


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Renewable energy System: Niepolomice, Wieliczka, Skawina and Miechów

Monitoring visit of a residential building with solar collectors

27.01.2010 - 31.03.2017

The project aims to reduce emissions by introducing renewable energy sources in the communes of Niepołomice, Wieliczka, Skawina and Kłaj in Southern Poland. The four communes foresee to install geothermal heat pumps, photovoltaic systems and solar collector installations on public buildings, like schools, health care facilities and student residences, as well as to equip private households located in the area of Natura 2000 sites with solar panels providing energy for heating and hot water.


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Project Preparation Facility (PPF)

01.01.2010 - 13.12.2011

The Swiss Contribution to enlargement aims to finance a broad variety of projects. The PPF provided the necessary financial assistance to enable Executing Agencies to submit high quality project proposals. This was especially important in the case of complex projects.

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