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EKOenergi for Norge

International network of environmental NGOs looks for Norwegian volunteer to get EKOenergy started in Norway
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See also: www.ekoenergy.org/volunteers-and-trainees-welcome/

EKOenergy is a recently launched network of 31 environmental NGOs willing to promote renewable electricity. That network owns and manages the EKOenergy label, the first and only pan-European ecolabel for electricity.We are looking for Norwegian volunteers and interns, to help us to establish contacts with Norwegian stakeholders (NGOs, electricity suppliers,...)

At the EKOenergy Secretariat, there are 2 employees and a varying number of volunteers and trainees (usually between 4 and 6). Also 5 of our Network members have staff working on EKOenergy (Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia, Italy, France)

The EKOenergy employees, volunteers and trainees are also part of the ‘Nature and Environmental Protection Department’ of the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation. The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation employs about 30 employees. Most of them work at the main office in Helsinki.

We can offer a variety of tasks and we are relatively flexible. We try to come up with tasks that are in line with the expectations of the volunteer or trainee.

E.g.

  • Contacts with environmental organizations and electricity companies in various countries (via e-mail, skype and telephone)
  • Following up the registration of power plants (in particular hydropower plants) into the EKOenergy system
  • Communication about renewable energy/electricity (facebook, twitter,…)
  • Updating databases
  • Translations (We are in particular looking for native Norwegians)
  • Layout of publications
  • Setting up activities (depending on the personal interest of the volunteer)
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Om EKOenergy

EKOenergy is a recently launched network of 31 environmental NGOs willing to promote renewable electricity. That network owns and manages the EKOenergy label, the first and only pan-European ecolabel for electricity. The secretariat of EKOenergy is hosted by the Finnish Assocation for Nature Conservation.

 

At the EKOenergy Secretariat, there are 2 employees and a varying number of volunteers and trainees (usually between 4 and 6). The EKOenergy employees, volunteers and trainees are also part of the ‘Nature and Environmental Protection Department’ of the Finnish Association for Nature Conservation. The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation employs about 30 employees. Most of them work at the main office in Helsinki.

Visjon

EKOenergy is a network of European environmental NGOs promoting the use of sustainable electricity. Currently, there are 31 members, from 23 European countries. And more will join.

 

Together, we want to:

 

  • stimulate the development of the renewable electricity sector and to promote climate friendly solutions
  • contribute to the protection of biodiversity, habitats and ecosystem services
  • inform all electricity consumers about the product they are buying and about the meaning and impact of their purchase.
  • mobilize the positive energy of 1000′s of individuals, groups and companies sharing our ambition, and to give them the opportunity to get involved.
  • foster the dialogue between and join forces with the electricity sector, the environmental NGOs and other stakeholders (e.g. consumer organizations and authorities).