Norway grants project – VILKS

Norway grants project

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Published: 02.05.2022

The project “Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG” receives a grant in the amount of 129 999,80 EUR from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism Program. The aim of this project is to develop a prototype of an innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG, to test it and to study its adaptation possibilities in the existing infrastructure in Latvia and Norway.

Projektu atbalsta Norvēģijas granti/ Supported by Norway through the Norway Grants

Project name: Development of a prototype of the innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG

Project Number: NP-2022/21

Programme: Norwegian Financial Mechanism’s 2014-2021 Programme “Business Development, Innovation and SME’s”

Open call for proposals: Small grant scheme “Development of technologies supporting the quality of life”

Co-financing beneficiary: Ltd “VILKS”

Project partner: Bjørn Naustvik

Total project’s eligible costs: 185 814,00 EUR

Grant funding: 129 999,80 EUR

Project purpose: is to develop a prototype of an innovative multi-apartment residential house management platform HOUSELOG 

Place of project implementation: Katlakalna street 9A, Rīga, LV-1073

Project implementation period: 24 months (1 April, 2022 to 31 March, 2024)

Contact person: Andrejs Stolers, phone: 29188799, e-mail: andrejs.stolers@vilksgroup.com 

Further information about the programme: https://eeagrants.lv/

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About Norway grants

The Norway Grants and the EEA Grants represent Norway’s contribution towards a green, competitive and inclusive Europe.

Through the Norway Grants and the EEA Grants, Norway contributes to reducing social and economic disparities and to strengthening bilateral relations with beneficiary countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics. Norway cooperates closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). Together with the other donors, Norway has provided €3.3 billion through consecutive grant schemes between 1994 and 2014.

Norway Grants are financed solely by Norway and are available in the countries that joined the EU after 2003. For the period 2014-2021, the Norway Grants amount to €1.25 billion. The priorities for this period are:

#1 Innovation, Research, Education, Competitiveness and Decent Work

#2 Social Inclusion, Youth Employment and Poverty Reduction

#3 Environment, Energy, Climate Change and Low Carbon Economy

#4 Culture, Civil Society, Good Governance and Fundamental Rights

#5 Justice and Home Affairs