Explore the partnerships
The EEA and Norway Grants help organisations from the beneficiary countries connect with their counterparts from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Visit the data and results portal to find out more about the partnerships and what they have achieved.
Project stories, news and features
Spain has invested heavily in the development of renewable energies and energy efficiency. Support from the Grants contributes to drive this thriving industry forward. A call for proposals to finance business research and development projects is now open.
Enterprises in Poland who want to reduce their carbon foot print can now apply for funding from the Norway Grants.
Funding is now available for projects that will restore cultural monuments in Slovakia and make cultural heritage accessible to the public. In both Slovakia and Hungary funding is also available for establishing and strengthening contact with potential project partners in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Hungary has substantial potential to increase its share of renewable energy, including geothermal energy. More than €6 million is now available for projects that will replace existing fossil fuel district heating systems with geothermal heating systems.
Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway have made available more than €180 million to improve public health in 10 countries. Most of the funding will be allocated to projects in 2014.
Do you have good ideas for developing and implementing innovative environmental technologies and processes? Almost €7.8 million is now available for funding such projects in Latvia.
“We are all citizens” launched in Athens today is the first NGO programme funded by the Grants in Greece and comes at a time of critical need.
The €10 million health programme in Portugal will contribute to reduce unequal access to health care and health risk related to socio-economic status.
Almost €5 million in funding is now available in the second round of calls for proposals under the EEA Grants NGO programme in Hungary.
Zsofia Hetesi from a Hungarian NGO spent four months in Norway with support from the EEA Grants.