The next Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme HEATER cluster event, Energy Education for Behavioural Change and Sustainability, which will take place virtually at 1pm (GMT+1), on Tuesday, the 31st of May.
This event will explore how education can empower communities to accelerate sustainability and energy efficiency.
Date/Time: 1pm (GMT+1), Tuesday, the 31st of May.
The event will be hosted by Robert Clements of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
• Saku Leskelä, Oulu University of Applied Sciences
The state-of-the-art Hybrid Energy Laboratory at Oulu University of Applied Sciences
• Charles Young, Atlantic Technological University, Donegal
The pioneering new electric vehicle engineering course at Atlantic TU, Donegal
• Jenny Irvine, CEO, The ARC Healthy Living Centre
The role of social enterprise ARC Healthy Living Centre in mitigating fuel poverty in communities in Northern Ireland
More details and registration can be found at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/energy-education-for-behavioural-change-and-sustainability-tickets-339859889077
HEATER is a cluster of projects with synergies across HANDIHEAT, SMARTRenew, TechSolns, SENDoc and eLightHouse. The partnership with WiSAR Lab, Letterkenny Institute of Technology (SMARTRenew project), Ulster University (SENDoc/TechSolns), Oulu University of Applied Sciences and HANDIHEAT, Northern Ireland Housing Executive aims to collaborate and cluster the transnational outputs from previous projects to educate and empower local communities to effect positive behavioural change and inform decision makers to influence policy across climate change mitigation and adaptation and sustaining communities. HEATER is funded under the Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014 – 2020.