Projects to Increase Renewable Energy Production

10 June 2024 – The Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Programme is being implemented in the 2014-2021 programming period as an important step towards sustainable development and reducing the negative impacts of climate change.

The programme aims to accelerate planning, strengthen institutional capacity, and implement demonstration actions that contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Increasing Renewable Energy Production

The Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Programme has implemented three key projects supported by the EEA Financial Mechanism that contribute to increasing renewable energy production.

SI-Geo-Electricity Geothermal Pilot Plant

The SI-Geo-Electricity pilot project, promoted by Hydropower company Dravske elektrarne Maribor, Ltd, is designed as a demonstration project to increase the use of geothermal energy. The project enabled the establishment of an innovative 50 kW geothermal power plant based on patented Slovenian technology. The Petrol Geo, production of hydrocarbons, Ltd, the University of Maribor and the Geological Survey of Slovenia also participated in the project.

Inovativna geotermična elektrarna.
© SI-Geo-Electricity

SOPOREM Project

The SOPOREM project, promoted by Port of Koper, port and logistic system, Plc, establishes the production of electricity from renewable sources in the Port of Koper and the Municipality of Koper through the construction of two solar power plants. This project helps to reduce the carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions. The participating partners in the project are the Municipality of Koper and Greenstat ASA from Norway.

Sončna elektrarna na strehi.
© SOPOREM

INFO-GEOTHERMAL Project

The pre-defined INFO-GEOTHERMAL project, led by the Geological Survey of Slovenia, focuses on improving the legislative framework for geothermal energy. The project has prepared two key legislative proposals: a report on the necessary legislative changes for the establishment of geological risk insurance schemes and a report on the necessary legislative changes for support schemes for reinjection, cascade use and geothermal electricity. With the cooperation of the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Spatial Planning, the Association of Municipalities and Towns of Slovenia and Reykjavik University, Iceland School of Energy, the project promotes the transition from stagnation to accelerated and environmentally friendly production of thermal energy from the deep subsurface.

Geotermalna vrtina.
© INFO-GEOTHERMAL

Contribution to a Sustainable Future of Slovenia

Projects focusing on renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy security promote innovative use of geothermal and solar energy, improve the regulatory framework, and strengthen cooperation between different institutions and experts. The results of these projects contribute to increased renewable energy production, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and enhanced energy security, which are essential for a sustainable future of Slovenia.

SOURCE: SI-Geo-Electricity, SOPOREM in INFO-GEOTHERMAL

 

Activities carried out under the project VIS A VIS

23 May 2024 – The project partners of the project Support for Professionals in Education and Employment in the Field of Autism (VIS A VIS), co-financed by the Norway Grants under the Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship Programme, have prepared the final report on their project activities.

The report includes important milestones in the implementation of the project and other information and communication activities. Read more about the activities carried out under the VIS A VIS project here.

The project involved the Association of Non-Governmental Organizations for Autism in Slovenia as the project promoter and project partners Šentprima – institute for rehabilitation and education, Alma Mater Europaea – European center, Maribor, Elementary School Kozara Nova Gorica, MIK international trading and manufacturing company, Ltd, and Fjæran-Granum’s Top Competence Service from Norway.

SOURCE: VIS A VIS

Closing conference of the Children’s House (Barnahus) project

14 May 2024 – A little over a month ago, the closing conference of the Children’s House (Barnahus) project, organised by the Ministry of Justice and co-financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism under the Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship programme, took place in Terme Zreče.

The Children’s House is a child-friendly and safe place where children who are witnesses or victims of crime are offered help and support. Representatives of the Public Institution Children’s House presented to the participants of the conference how the holistic treatment of the child is carried out. They carry out interviews with these children for court proceedings and provide crisis support and psychosocial support to traumatised children and families.

At the closing conference, the project partners presented the importance of projects such as the Children’s House project for society, as well as for the justice system. They also presented the achievements of the project, which paved the way for the development of efficient measures to create a child-friendly justice system.

A view of the stage where the presentation takes place.
© Children’s House

The participants of the conference were addressed by mag. Andreja Kokalj, State Secretary at the Ministry of Justice, Dr Jože Ruparčič, Deputy Human Rights Ombudsman of the RS, and Regina Jensdottir, Head of the Children’s Rights Division and CoE Coordinator for the Rights of the Child at the Council of Europe.

In a video welcoming address, Regina Jensdottir, Head of the Children’s Rights Division and CoE Coordinator for the Rights of the Child at the Council of Europe, welcomed Slovenia’s decision to take such a comprehensive approach to improving the lives of children, and stressed that she “looks forward to a continued cooperation between the Council of Europe and the Slovenian Ministry of Justice in working towards an environment where a child victim of violence is not afraid or ashamed to turn to the justice system.”

Participants at the closing conference sit in chairs and watch the stage in front of them.
© Children’s House

The representative of the project Children’s House, mag. Andrej Del Fabro pointed out that “since February 2021, the premises have been renovated and furnished, and almost 800 professionals have been trained – social workers, primary school teachers and experts, judges, prosecutors, lawyers and court experts, as well as the personnel of the Public institution Children’s House.

Mirjam Kline, Supreme State Prosecutor and Deputy State Prosecutor General of the Republic of Slovenia, also spoke at the closing conference, emphasising that “the Children’s House allows for a more authentic, less burdensome communication to the child that is a victim of crime about what happened to him or her.” She also underlined that in the past, they repeatedly addressed the issue of how to approach children who are victims of crime in the least burdensome way, to interrogate them in a way that would cause the least trauma and to understand as much as possible the consequences that the child is experiencing.

Representatives of the Public Institution Children’s House pose for a photographer.
© Children’s House

The project Children’s House (Barnahus) involves the project promoter, the Ministry of Justice, and the project partner, the Public Institution Children’s House.

SOURCE: Children’s House (Barnahus)

 

 

Final event of the project EMPOWER FOR 21

9 May 2024 – The final event of the project EMPOWER FOR 21, co-funded by the Norway Grants under the Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship Programme, took place in April.

The final event of the project Empowering for Work in the 21st Century through Life Skills, Promotion of Wellbeing and Prevention of Mental Disorders – EMPOWER FOR 21 – was aimed primarily at medical professionals. Specialists, medical trainee specialists and medical students watched a live broadcast of a laparoscopic procedure from the University Medical Centre Maribor.

A man sits and speaks into the microphones in front of him.
© EMPOWER FOR 21

The workshops carried out within the project’s framework will empower students to develop critical thinking skills and enable professors to better identify and deal with mental health problems in young individuals. The workshop participants gained valuable insights and tools to facilitate optimum performance in the work environment.

Two women sit on stage and speak into microphones in front of them.
© EMPOWER FOR 21

A press conference was also held as part of the closing event. At the press conference, the project leader, Dr Monika Sobočan, and the specialist in child and adolescent psychiatry, Assoc. Prof. Dr Hojka Gregorič Kumperščak, presented the results of the project EMPOWER FOR 21, Empowering for Work in the 21st Century through Life Skills, Promotion of Wellbeing and Prevention of Mental Disorders.

At the closing event, a publication of lectures on laparoscopic techniques was created, entitled Lectures in Advanced Laparoscopic Techniques in Gynaecology, which is available for the interested public and experts to view here.

A man is sitting in a chair, in front of him are three microphones and a computer. The man speaks.
© EMPOWER FOR 21

The EMPOWER FOR 21 project is co-created by the project promoter, the University Medical Centre Maribor, and project partners the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Maribor and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

SOURCE: EMPOWER FOR 21

Opening of one of the country’s largest solar power plants

30 April 2024 – The construction of one of the country’s largest solar power plants, boasting a total capacity of 3.3 MW, has been successfully finalised by the Port of Koper. This solar installation is situated atop the warehouses of the general cargo terminal, forming a key component of the SOPOREM project.

Rooftop solar power plant
© SOPOREM

The ceremony, held at the Port of Koper, commenced with an opening speech delivered by Nevenka Kržan, President of the Management Board of the Port of Koper. Following this, Jadranka Plut, Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, delivered a speech. Concluding the sequence, Her Excellency Trine Skymoen, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, presented her remarks.

Jadranka Plut stands on stage in front of a standing microphone and delivers a speech.
© SOPOREM

Jadranka Plut, Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, said that Slovenia has set itself the objective of doubling its solar energy capacity in the next few years. “This type of solar power plant makes an important contribution to achieving this objective, as it allows for a significant increase in cumulative power in the entire Coastal-Karst region. In addition to their positive impact on the global and European environmental targets for reducing climate change, solar power plants also ensure higher energy self-sufficiency and less dependence on fluctuations in electricity prices on the market,” she pointed out in her speech.

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway stands on stage in front of a standing microphone and delivers a speech.
© SOPOREM

The promotion of green energy remains a priority for both financial mechanism programmes, as it is a key element in the fight against climate change and in promoting sustainable development across Europe. Green alternative energy sources have the potential to not only be sustainable but also to increase energy security, create jobs and reduce CO2 emissions,” said the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, H.E. Trine Skymoen.

Boštjan Pavlič, Head of Health Protection and Ecology at Port Koper, alongside dr. Boris Sučić from the Jožef Stefan Institute, outlined the energy and climate plan of the Port of Koper and explained its key strategic directions.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place with the participation of Nevenka Kržan, President of the Management Board of the Port of Koper, Her Excellency Trina Skymoen, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Jadranka Plut, Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, and Janez Škrabec, CEO of Riko company. The new solar power plant, which covers approximately 15,000 square metres, was officially opened. The 3.3-megawatt solar power plant will contribute significantly to energy independence and a cleaner environment, and the energy produced will also reduce CO2 emissions by 1,500 tonnes per year.

From left to right are CEO of the Riko company, Janez Škrabec, President of the Management Board of the Port of Koper, Nevenka Kržan, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, H.E. Trine Skymoen, Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, Jadranke Plut before the ribbon cutting ceremony.
© SOPOREM

The project promoter of the project SOPOREM is the Port of Koper, port and logistic system, Plc, and the project partners are the Municipality of Koper and Greenstat ASA from Norway.

SOURCE: Port of Koper

Opening of the solar power plant on the roof of the P+R Sonce Parking House

29 April 2024 – As part of the SOPOREM project, which is co-financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism, the inauguration of the solar power plant of the Municipality of Koper took place on the roof of the P+R Sonce parking house at the beginning of the previous week.

The two-year SOPOREM project, under which the Municipality of Koper built a solar power plant with almost 500 kilowatts of power on the roof of the P+R Sonce Parking House to increase the production of electricity from renewable sources, is coming to an end.

Event venue. There is a person at a standing microphone who is giving a speech. Participants stand in the background.
© Jakob Bužan

The inauguration of the solar power plant was also attended by the State Secretary at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, mag. Marko Koprivc. In the speech he pointed out that “the SOPOREM project, by building two solar power plants, contributes to the objective of strengthening the share of electricity production from renewable sources, as it allows for a 14% increase in the current cumulative power of solar power plants in the entire Coastal-Karst region.

A man stands in front of a standing microphone and gives a speech.
© Jakob Bužan

The project partners of the project SOPOREM – the Municipality of Koper, the Port of Koper as the project promoter and the Norwegian company Greenstat ASA – have established renewable electricity generation in the Port of Koper and the Municipality of Koper through the construction of two solar power plants.

The solar power plant on the roof of the P+R Sonce Parking House, with more than a thousand modules, has an installed capacity of 459 kilowatts. The plant will generate 505 megawatt hours of electricity per year, enough to supply 50 households annually. The electricity generated will benefit several public facilities in the municipality, such as the Arena Bonifika, the swimming pool of the Koper Olympic Centre, the Central Library Srečko Vilhar Koper and, finally, the municipal buildings on Verdijeva Street. In this way, the Municipality of Koper will reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 186 tonnes annually.

SOURCE: Project SOPOREM

Closing event of the project SCHOOL21

29 April 2024 – Last week, the final conference of the SCHOOL21 project took place at the Kovačnica – Business Incubator Kranj.

The SCHOOL21 project empowers young individuals within the formal education system by developing new teaching methods and tools. This initiative ensures the students acquire the essential 21st-century skills and knowledge needed for independent life and successful career. Moreover, it inspires and motivates educators to embrace innovative teaching methodologies.

The opening greetings were given by the Director of the BSC, Business Support Centre, Franja Gabrovšek Schmidt, Principal of the France Prešeren Gymnasium, Mirjam Bizjak, Vice-Mayor of the Municipality of Kranj, Janez Černe, Deputy Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Herman Baskår, and Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector of the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, Jadranka Plut.

A man stands on stage with a microphone in his hand.
© SCHOOL21

Jadranka Plut, Head of the Financial Mechanisms Sector at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, emphasised in her speech that “rapidly advancing technologies, changing society and labour market require different skills and competence today than ten years ago, and it is therefore essential that students prepare for lifelong learning and develop competencies for the 21st century.”

Jadranka Plut stands on stage with a microphone in her hand and gives her opening speech.
© SCHOOL21

The main purpose of the project is to introduce Norwegian outdoor learning concepts in pilot schools in Kranj, namely the Elementary School France Prešeren Kranj and the France Prešeren Gymnasium, which have also acquired their first outdoor classrooms through the project. To share knowledge and promote innovative approaches in education, the project carried out several activities, which were presented at the final conference.

A man stands on stage, holding a microphone and giving a lecture. The participants in the background, seated on chairs, are watching what is happening on stage.
© SCHOOL21

The event was continued with a lecture of dr. Øystein Winje, a renowned Norwegian expert in outdoor learning. He impressed the participants with his experience and research in the field of outdoor learning.

Participants of a round table sit on chairs and talk.
© SCHOOL21

A panel with representatives of the project partners offered insights into the key findings of the project, highlighting their experiences, challenges, and achievements. The last part of the conference focused on specific examples of outdoor learning in pilot schools.

Conference speakers pose together for a photographer.
© SCHOOL21

The SCHOOL21 project involves the project promoter, the France Prešeren Gymnasium, and project partners, the Elementary School France Prešeren Kranj, SOCIALNA AKADEMIJA – Institute for Education, Research and Culture, BSC, Business Support Centre, Ltd, and the Norwegian project partner, Møre and Romsdal County Council.

SOURCE: Project SCHOOL21

Joint closing event of the project ReMOBIL and project SmartMOVE

26 April 2024 – Earlier this week, a joint final conference of the project ReMOBIL and project SmartMOVE took place. The event focused on the challenges of sustainable mobility at regional level in high traffic areas and on innovative solutions and a new governance model for sustainable mobility.

The final conference Innovative solutions and a new management model of sustainable mobility took place in Koper at the St Francis of Assisi Ceremonial and Entertainment Hall in the framework of the ReMOBIL and SmartMOVE projects, which are co-financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism. Other projects co-financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism were also presented at the event. These are Predjama Sustainable, SALOMON and Trata 2.1.

The event was opened by the Vice-Mayor of the Municipality of Koper, Mateja Hrvatin Kozlovič, the Guest of Honour, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Trine Skymoen, the Minister of Cohesion and Regional Development, dr. Aleksander Jevšek, the Director of the Soča Valley Development Centre, which is the project promotor of the ReMOBIL project, Simon Škvor, and the Director of the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region, Lilijana Madjar.

Trine Skymoen (ambasador of Norway), Dogodek : Inovativne rešitve in nov model upravljanja trajnostne mobilnosti, Regionalni razvojni center Koper, Koper, Slovenia, 23.04.2024, Mandatory Credit © Uros Hocevar / kolektiff
© Uros Hocevar / kolektiff

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway, Trine Skymoen, in her speech emphasised the importance of promoting sustainable mobility, which is also promoted by the five projects whose results are applicable to new areas.

dr. Aleksander Jevšek (Minister za kohezijo in regionalni razvoj, Dogodek : Inovativne rešitve in nov model upravljanja trajnostne mobilnosti, Regionalni razvojni center Koper, Koper, Slovenia, 23.04.2024, Mandatory Credit © Uros Hocevar / kolektiff
© Uros Hocevar / kolektiff

The Minister for Cohesion and Regional Development, Dr. Aleksander Jevšek, underlined the importance of sustainable mobility for the future of Slovenia and Europe, stressing that “our common goal is to promote sustainable mobility as a way of life and to contribute as individuals and as a community to preserving the environment. Whether we want it or not, the Green Transition is a reality.

The presentation of the ReMOBIL project followed, which has transferred an effective model of sustainable mobility management to Slovenia through good practices from abroad. The project organised an international summer school on sustainable mobility and provided training for experts in the field. Six Regional Mobility Centres (RMCs) were established, namely the Istra Brkini Kras RMC, the Severna Primorska RMC, the Ljubljana Urban Region RMC, the Gorenjska RMC, the Podravje RMC and the Koroška RMC.

The SmartMOVE project, promoted by the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region, focused on sustainable mobility management in high-traffic locations in Ljubljana, mainly targeting employers. The project involved three large employers in Ljubljana, namely the University Medical Centre Ljubljana, BTC City Ljubljana and IKEA Slovenia. Mobility plans were prepared for these companies with the aim of assisting employees in commuting to work in a more sustainable manner.

Through a panel discussion, practical solutions to mobility challenges and mobility plans for institutions were presented by the SALOMON project, the Predjama Sustainable project and the Trata 2.1 project. The municipality of Postojna, through the Predjama Sustainable project, has developed sustainable transport solutions to connect Postojna or the Postojna Cave with the Predjama Castle. The General Hospital Novo mesto carried out a survey on the travel habits of their employees, patients, and visitors within the SALOMON project, and acquired a mobility plan, a GoNM bike rental system and charging stations for electric vehicles. The Trata 2.1 project was the first in Slovenia to address mobility in industrial zones. The project area was the industrial zone Trata in Škofja Loka.

Peter Zajc, (Regionalna razvojna agencija za Koroško), Miro Kristan (Posoški razvojni center), Nejc Smole, (župan občine Medvode) and Darko Trajanov, (Direktorat za prometno politiko, Ministrstvo za okolje, podnebje in energijo), Dogodek : Inovativne rešitve in nov model upravljanja trajnostne mobilnosti, Regionalni razvojni center Koper, Koper, Slovenia, 23.04.2024, Mandatory Credit © Uros Hocevar / kolektiff
© Uros Hocevar / kolektiff

Lastly, a panel discussion on the establishment of regional mobility centres was held, featuring stakeholders from the project partners, the Ministry of Environment, Climate, and Energy, local communities, and businesses.

The SmartMOVE project involves the Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region as the project promoter and project partners Jožef Stefan Institute, Institute for Spatial Policies, Urban Institute of Ljubljana, Association of Employers of Slovenia, GoOpti Ltd, Centre for Energy Efficient Solutions and Nordland Research Institute from Norway.

The ReMOBIL project involves the Soča Valley Development Centre as project promoter and project partners Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region, BSC, Business Support Centre, Ltd, Regional Development Centre Koper, Regional Development Agency for Podravje – Maribor, RDA Koroška, the Regional Development Agency for Koroška, AMZS, Urban Institute of Ljubljana and Norwegian partner Viken County Council.

SOURCE: Project ReMOBIL and project SmartMOVE

Supporting the Efficient Cascade Use of Geothermal Energy

26 April 2024 – Yesterday, the closing event of the INFO-GEOTHERMAL project co-funded by the EEA Financial Mechanism was held.

The closing conference was attended by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, mag. Marko Koprivc. In his speech he emphasised that “the increased and more energy-efficient use of thermal water for geothermal energy production can make an important contribution to achieving Slovenia’s climate and energy objectives. As a local renewable energy source, its use significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions and can replace the use of fossil fuels in areas with the most potential, which are mainly located in the northeastern part of the country.”

State Secretary at the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development, mag. Marko Koprivc, standing behind a microphone during the opening speech.
© MKRR

Geothermal energy is stored as heat beneath the solid surface of the earth and is one of the key renewable energy sources for Slovenia’s energy restructuring. Its potential is greatest for the heating and cooling sector and the most easily accessible thermal water resources are in northeastern part of Slovenia. For the successful development of geothermal projects, public data on geothermal potential must be organised and accessible. Therefore, the project has developed a 3D geothermal model viewer for northeastern Slovenia, showing information on geological structure and temperatures down to 5 km below the surface, as well as the locations and metadata of more than 250 boreholes and 3,438 km of geophysical profiles. Priority areas for the construction of new geothermal boreholes and permanent industrial greenhouses have been identified in the municipalities of Beltinci, Turnišče and Dobrovnik.

In the guidelines for the development of geothermal projects, the project partners highlighted the differences in documentation and procedures of the three laws governing the use of deep geothermal energy in Slovenia. These are the Water Act, the Mining Act and, as of summer 2023, the Act on the Introduction of Installations for the Production of Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources (ZUNPEOVE). To facilitate and standardise procedures in the future, suggestions were made to eliminate the discrepancies.

The project succeeded in bringing together the main stakeholders in the geothermal development in Slovenia and in formulating common challenges for a new national geothermal association. More than 120 Slovenian experts and local community representatives, together with more than 30 colleagues from Europe and the USA, participated in tours of good practices in Iceland, Croatia, and Slovenia and in expert meetings. The International Summer School on thermogeology in Ljubljana educated 24 mostly PhD students from 15 countries, and workshops brought thermal waters closer to more than 500 primary school children.

INFO-GEOTHERMAL is the first project dedicated to innovative capacity building in the deep geothermal energy sector in Slovenia. The cooperation of the Geological Survey of Slovenia, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Spatial Planning, the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy, the Association of Municipalities and Towns of Slovenia and the Icelandic partner Reykjavik University, Iceland School of Energy has achieved both main objectives. The first is to improve the availability of information to support the development of projects with efficient cascade use of thermal water and the second is to increase knowledge and awareness of sustainable ways to use deep geothermal energy.

SOURCE: Project INFO-GEOTHERMAL

Opening of two outdoor classrooms within the SCHOOL21 project

25 April 2024 – Two schools in Kranj are enriched by outdoor classrooms. Their installation was made possible within the project SCHOOL21 – Let’s go out! (SCHOOL21), which is co-financed by the Norway Grants under the programme Education, Scholarships, Apprenticeship and Youth Entrepreneurship.

At the opening of the outdoor classroom at the France Prešeren Gymnasium, the participants were addressed by Ms. Mirjam Bizjak, the Headmistress. She stressed the importance of the outdoor classroom for the school space and especially for the students. “Students, don’t learn just for grades and points, learn for yourself, for life,” she added.

ravnateljica govori na zelenici pred gimnazijo© MKRR

The opening ceremony and the cultural programme were organised by the students. Their speeches showed a great desire for freedom, which will be further facilitated by the new outdoor classroom. They will be able to taste freedom all the way to the sky, right up to the Sun and the stars.

teleskop in plakat projekta v ozadju

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lesene klopi, v ozadju dva teleskopa in plakat

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A few days earlier, the outdoor classroom was opened also at the Elementary School France Prešeren. Pupils will be able to learn about different subjects, take care of plants and learn about the future in other ways.

klopi in mize, visoke grede in nadstrešek na zelenici© MKRR

By developing new teaching methods and tools, the project SCHOOL21 equips young people in formal education with the 21st century skills and knowledge needed to live and work independently, and empowers and motivates teachers to use innovative teaching methods. Participants in the project are the France Prešeren Gymnasium, acting as the project promoeter, the Slovenian project partners the Elementary School France Prešeren Kranj, SOCIALNA AKADEMIJA – Institute for Education, Research and Culture and BSC Ltd, and the Norwegian project partner Møre and Romsdal County Council.

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