The project gathers over 50 action plans and involves 19 local governments in the region. Examples of action plans are:
The key piece of the project is a 27,5 million euros investment in a 4 mW Green power plant owned by the local government, which uses local sources like heat pumps and bio-fuels from the surrounding woodlands, and supplies 6000 households with energy, 2000 of which newly built and 4000 refurbished according to the latest energy saving standards. The town has invested 30 million euros in this project,with the aim of proving that a household can be independent from fossil fuels and still save 10% on energy costs.
The Green councillors in Breda have pushed for this project, which alderman Wilbert Willems (in charge of culture, transport and environment) considers a success. He agrees however that his municipality is in a way lucky to be able to finance such an investment, as the town still owns most services, such as parking, waste collection, water supply and a library. As these make profit, the city council could finance environmental projects.