Current projects

“Low Carb”

With the “Low Carb” project, the City of Koprivnica continues its successful activities in the Dyn@mo and other projects dealing with sustainable mobility. In co-operation with the University North, a range of education in the field of sustainable mobility will be implemented for other organizations dealing with sustainable mobility issues through the competence center for […]

published: 13.12.2017


Project Boosting energy efficiency in Central European cities through smart energy management (acronym BOOSTEE-CE) is implemented under the Interreg Central Europe program. Project Objective: Central Europe has great potential for implementing local and regional energy systems based on renewable energy production and energy conservation, but it is important to stimulate initiatives to improve energy efficiency. […]

published: 20.07.2017


The project “Amusement Tourism Development Strategy II” (acronym ATDS II) is in implementation as part of the INTERREG V-A Hungary – Croatia Cross-border Co-operation Program.   ATDS II is continuation of the project implemented within the same program, through which a concept and a preliminary study for the establishment of the Family-Entertainment Center, unique in […]

published: 03.07.2017

Knowledge as a gift

The project is being implemented within the European Social Fund and is aimed at developing a comprehensive support system in the education of gifted students. The project’s goal is to contribute to systematic care and development of the potential of gifted pupils in accordance with their preferences, abilities and interests in elementary schools in Koprivnica’s […]

published: 30.06.2017

Prominent Med

Project Public pROcureMent of INnovation boosting GREEN growTh in the MED area (acronym PROMINENT MED) is implemented within the Interreg Mediterranean program. Project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund. Project objective: To improve innovation capacities and connections between public and private stakeholders involved in the Social Innovation sectora applying Public Procurement of Innovation […]

published: 19.12.2016


The project PROSPERITY is financed from Horizon 2020, which is being implemented with the aim of encouraging the creation of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) in the 12 EU member states. PROSPERITY will be activated and involve institutions at the national level in the implementation of individual SUMP’s across the EU. It is planned to […]

published: 07.09.2016


The project “Sustainable Urban FUrniTURE: Tool design to perform environmental assessments and the green procurement framework” with the acronym FUTURE, is financed through Union program LIFE+. The project aim is: Develop a tool that will allow accurate and simple analysis of the environment and to facilitate application of regulations related to green public procurement. The […]

published: 31.08.2016