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Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme factsheet September 2019

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This fact sheet is meant to provide those working with Interreg Programmes with compact, up to date information. It should be useful to, e.g. members of the Monitoring Committee, the national sub-committees, the European Commission, stakeholders of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, other Interreg Programmes, INTERACT and funding advisors.

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Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme factsheet September 2019

  1. 1. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 Programme Factsheet Interreg Baltic Sea Region Funding cooperation for a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable region… INNOVATION Research & innovation infrastructures ª Smart specialisation ª Non- technological innovation NATURAL RESOURCES Clear waters ª Renewable energy ª Energy efficiency ª Blue growth TRANSPORT Interoperability ª Accessibility ª Maritime safety ª Shipping ª Urban mobility EU STRATEGY SUPPORT Seed money ª Support of PACs & HACs ª Targeted support & EUSBSR forums …in FOUR thematic priorities.
  2. 2. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 European Regional Development Fund Norwegian national funding European Neighbourhood Instrument & Russian national funding EUR 282.4 million for solutions to common challenges* OVERVIEW / SOURCES DETAILS FUNDS FOR PRIORITY 1 -3 in EUR / million available committed paid European Regional Development Fund Priority 1 : Innovation 84.4 89.0** 26.2 European Regional Development Fund Priority 2: Natural resources 84.4 88.9** 33.3 European Regional Development Fund Priority 3: Transport 66.0 65.9** 20.2 Norwegian national funding 4.8 4.6 0.9 European Neighbourhood Instrument & Russian national funding 7.9 7.2 0.2 Interreg Baltic Sea Region Funds * European Regional Development Fund, Norwegian national funding, European Neighbourhood Instrument and Russian national funding for priority 1-4 and technical assistance. ** The commitment of funds exceeding the Programme's available budget is guaranteed by leftover funds from the previous programming period.
  3. 3. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 29.7 16.1 48.6 46.2 11.8 15.7 18.9 22.9 6.4 11.7 13.3 14.4 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Research & innovation infrastructures Smart specialisation Non-tech innovation Clear waters Renewable energy Energy efficiency Blue growth Interoperability Accessibility Maritime safety Clean shipping Urban mobility 2 1 1 1 2 123 cooperation projects Interreg Baltic Sea Region Projects 19 15 25 8 6 8 5 5 5 3 Topics / Funds in EUR / million Innovation Natural Resources Transport Projects / Project Platforms 19 16 More information at: projects.interreg-baltic.eu
  4. 4. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 Over 1.500 partners in 13 countries Interreg Baltic Sea Region Partners 36% 562 Local | regional | national authorities 32% 499 Educational and research organisations 19% 289 Enterprises and business support organisations 13% 209 Non-governmental and international organisations Types of Partners 128 171 246 212 148 156 38 189 65 200 6 Denmark Estonia Finland Germany Lithuania Latvia Norway Poland Russian Federation Sweden Other Partners per country
  5. 5. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 Interreg Baltic Sea Region Contribution to the EUSBSR SAVE THE SEA EUR 68.5 million INCREASE PROSPERITY EUR 73 million CONNECT THE REGION EUR 28.8 million Seed money projects PA/HA Flagships projects 2 PA Nutri 4 3 PA Hazards 4 2 PA Bioeconomy 7 0 PA Ship 3 0 PA Safe 3 0 PA Secure 2 1 PA Tourism 0 3 PA Culture 5 3 PA Innovation 18 1 PA Health 1 3 PA Education 1 1 PA Energy 3 1 PA Transport 5 0 HA Capacity 0 1 HA Climate 1 1 HA Neighbours 0 3 HA Spatial Planning 3 Flagship projects EUR 181.9 million invested in total incl. national co-financing (EUR 136.1 million of ERDF) Seed money projects EUR 1.3 million invested in total incl. national co-financing (EUR 1.1 million of ERDF) More information at: interreg-baltic.eu/eusbsr EUR 11.6 million for horizontal actions
  6. 6. interreg-baltic.eu projects.interreg-baltic.eu | Twitter @baltic_sea_prog Facebook @interreg.balticsearegion | LinkedIn @interregbaltic Programme Factsheet. Last update: September 2019 The Programme ismanagedby InvestitionsbankSchleswig-Holstein (IB.SH)in Kiel,Germany. InvestitionsbankSchleswig-Holstein InterregBalticSea Region Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat Grubenstraße20, 18055Rostock,Germany tel: +49 38145484 5281 e-mail: info@interreg-baltic.eu InterregBalticSeaRegionstrengthensintegrated territorialdevelopmentfora moreinnovative,better accessibleandsustainableregion.It promotes cooperationin transnationalprojectsthataddress commonchallengesandopportunitiesofthe region. Funding [in €] Total ERDF Norway ENI Russia Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme funds 282.356.658 263.830.658 5.326.000 8.800.000 4.400.000 Expected national co- financing/own contribution 66.131.874 59.148.032 4.633.723 1.635.766 714.353 Total Programme budget 348.488.532 322.978.690 9.959.723 10.435.766 5.114.353 thereof Innovation (Priority 1) 111.500.264 thereof Natural Resources (Priority 2) 111.500.264 thereof Transport (Priority 3) 86.868.658 thereof EU Strategy support (Priority 4) 15.976.894 thereof Technical assistance 22.642.452

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