Campaigns and projects
Campaigns by co2online inform citizens about sustainable usage of energy in several ports of call.
Several projects are co-funded by the EU.
Including the 'Sustainable Energy Europe Award' in 2011 co2online and its projects were distinguished by a lot of awards in different fields during the last years.More about our Awards
Premium Light Pro
Lighting in the public and commercial sector provides a massive opportunity to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions, helping to contribute to climate change targets whilst lowering operational costs. Premium Light Pro addresses this by providing support services to organisations involved in upgrades to more efficient technology, both on the demand and supply side.More about Premium Light Pro
SMERGY - Smart Energy Campaign
SMERGY focuses on young adults aged between 18 and 29. SMERGY aims to communicate energy saving measures and energy efficiency in a practical, fun, and fashionable way. Today’s young adults are the managers, political leaders, entrepreneurs and trade union activists of tomorrow. They will shape the earth’s future, and have the potential to challenge and even change existing patterns.More about SMERGY
ecoNavigator with the app ecoGator
The project "myEcoNavigator" is a consumer campaign on energy-efficient household appliances. The initiative’s main output is a free of charge smartphone app, ecoGator. The app provides functionalities which are designed to help consumers in stores or online to find and purchase the most energy efficient products on the market.More about ecoGator
ECCC – European Enterprises Climate Cup
The European Enterprises Climate Cup (EECC) is an EU-funded project aiming to support small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in their goal to be front-runners in energy efficiency management. By participating in a Europe-wide competition, they are provided with cost-free energy advice and good-practice sharing. In addition, their engagement for climate protection in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) will become visible all over Europe. The EECC was launched on the 1st of March 2015 and ended on the 31th of May 2016.More about the EECC