Welcome to 2imprezs' webspace. 2imprezs is a project co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014-2020.  

The project will implement energy saving measures in existing school buildings across the NSR to reduce energy consumption and costs and increase comfort. Students of participating schools will be engaged through a cross-border energy challenge initiative. The behavioural change programme is supported by the adoption of energy efficiency measures at schools. School stakeholders and 2imprezs experts will cooperate to work out technical and financial solutions needed to evolve to energy-efficient schools. At least three schools which have already taken all necessary energy efficiency measures, will raise their ambitions and strive to become near zero-energy schools by implementing renewable energy techniques.

The main project result is an estimated carbon reduction of 2155 tonnes in the 86 schools directly involved. The main output is a joint energy saving programme, tested in different NSR school environments and conditions and replicable in and beyond the North Sea Region, which will support the new 2030 Framework for climate and energy, 2030 Energy Strategy.



Latest Project News

QWORZO Merksplas pupils collect their first 'Ray of Sunshine' for Mobility Project

07 November 2019

Pupils of the primary school ‘QWORZO’ in Merksplas started their Energy Challenges with a focus on mobility.

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5th International Partner Meeting in Sønderborg

07 November 2019

The 2IMPREZS Project partners rolled up their sleeves at their recent partner meeting held in Sønderborg, Denmark.

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Children Climate Ambassadors make ‘Chairs of the Future’ for their Mayors

31 October 2019

During this event the children presented their ideas and handed over their chairs to their mayors.

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2IMPREZS inspires teachers of Sønderborg during Inspiration Day 2019

05 September 2019

When the students go off on their summer holidays, the teachers of Sønderborg (and 2IMPREZS!) are still hard at work. They gathered together at the an…

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