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Discover Interreg Baltic Sea Region
interreg-baltic.eu
BFCC:
Baltic fracture competence centre
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
BFCC
The number of cases of fractures and
associated health disorders will increase
in the future due to an aging society....
©DESY
Baltic TRAM:
Transnational research access in the Baltic Sea
macro region
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
Baltic TRAM
The project enhances international
cooperation of universities, research
institutes, large scale research
infr...
BSN:
Baltic Science Network
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
BSN
The project will foster the realisation of
common higher education and research area
in the Baltic Sea region, and its...
©EdgarsRubauskis,InstituteofHorticulture,
LatviaUniversityofAgriculture
InnoFruit:
Advancement of non-technological innova...
InnoFruit
The project is aimed at developing the fruit
growing potential in the Baltic Sea region
to secure the availabili...
Smart Blue Regions:
Smart specialisation and blue growth
in the Baltic Sea region
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
Smart Blue Regions
The project seeks to enhance blue growth
opportunities based on increased capacity
of the Baltic Sea re...
EmpInno:
Empowering for innovation and growth
in medium sized cities and region
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
EmpInno
The project fosters the implementation and
improvement of research and innovation
strategies for smart specialisat...
©AnneMäkynen
BSR Stars S3:
Smart specialisation through enhancing
cross-sectoral bio-, circular- and
digital economy ecosy...
BSR Stars S3
The main objective is to improve
competences of innovation actors (SMEs,
universities, business development
o...
SWW:
Smart and safe work wear clothing
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
SWW
The project focuses on mass customisation
and the possibility to integrate IT technology
in work wear, as well as to e...
EcoDesign Circle:
Ecodesign as driver
of innovation
in the Baltic Sea region
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
EcoDesign Circle
The project’s aim is to increase the
capacity of design centres, professionals
and lecturers in ecodesign...
©angieconscious/www.pixelio.de
SEMPRE:
Social empowerment in rural areas
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
SEMPRE
The project promotes empowerment in social
service provision in rural areas in the Baltic
Sea region. The project a...
Cross motion
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
Cross motion
The project objective is to build on the
advancements of digital technologies and
the potential of convergenc...
BaltSe@nioR:
Innovative solutions to support enterprises in the
Baltic Sea region in product development aimed at
raising ...
BaltSe@nioR
The project will give furniture companies
inspiration and a common identity, enhance
their knowledge and compe...
©LennartJohansson
NonHazCity:
Innovative management solutions for minimizing
emissions of hazardous substances from
urban ...
NonHazCity
The pollution of the Baltic Sea from urban
areas is a common problem which cannot
be solved by a single country...
©LeenaFiner
WAMBAF:
Water management in Baltic forests
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
WAMBAF
The project aims at tackling problems
concerning forestry activities in relation to
water quality. Special emphasis...
IWAMA:
Interactive water management
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
IWAMA
The project aims to tackle the resource
efficiency in wastewater management in the
Baltic Sea region by capacity dev...
DAIMON:
Decision aid for marine munitions
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
DAIMON
The project aims to support maritime,
defence and environmental administrations
in making decisions on management
s...
VillageWaters:
Water emissions and their reduction
in village communities
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
VillageWaters
Discharge from households not connected
to urban waste water treatment plants,
called scattered dwellings, i...
MARELITT Baltic:
Reducing the impact of derelict fishing gear
on the Baltic Sea environment
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
MARELITT Baltic
Derelict fishing gear is addressed worldwide
as a source of marine litter with extensive
hazardous effects...
©MarianneTersmeden
Baltic Slurry Acidification:
Reducing nitrogen loss from livestock production
by promoting the use of sl...
Baltic Slurry Acidification
Livestock manure is the main source of
ammonia nitrogen emissions in the Baltic
Sea region. It ...
©AnyaIvanova/Shutterstock
BEA-APP:
Baltic energy areas - a planning perspective
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
BEA-APP
The project addresses challenges related to
the transition towards low carbon energy
systems with an increased pro...
©CourtesyofSSEchpv.co.uk/SSE/RWE
Baltic InteGrid:
Integrated Baltic offshore
wind electricity grid development
interreg-bal...
Baltic InteGrid
The project aims to contribute to sustainable
indigenous electricity generation, further
integration of el...
Green PE:
Power electronics for
green energy efficiency
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
Green PE
The project accelerates the market uptake
of Advanced Power Electronics especially by
small and medium sized ente...
©ToreJohannesen/iStock.com
Baltic LINes:
Coherent linear infrastructures
in Baltic maritime spatial plans
interreg-baltic....
Baltic LINes
The project seeks to increase transnational
coherence of shipping routes and energy
corridors in Maritime Spa...
©ChristophWirth
ALLIANCE:
Baltic blue biotechnology alliance
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
ALLIANCE
The project brings together blue
biotechnology actors from across the Baltic
Sea region to develop innovative mar...
©MalinGustafsson,Kalmarmunicipality
Baltic Blue Growth:
Initiation of full scale mussel farming
in the Baltic Sea
interreg...
Baltic Blue Growth
One of the most serious challenges the
Baltic Sea is facing is eutrophication, the
enrichment of ecosys...
©S.Werner
EMMA :
Enhancing freight mobility and logistics
by strengthening inland waterway and
river sea transport and pro...
EMMA
Transport volumes in the Baltic Sea region
are expected to grow significantly in the
next decades. The project intend...
©EskoKeski-Oja
HAZARD:
Mitigating the effects of emergencies
in Baltic Sea region ports
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
HAZARD
Harbours, terminals and storage facilities,
including those for dangerous goods, are
often located close to residen...
Scandria®
2Act:
Sustainable and multimodal transport actions
in the Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor
interreg-baltic.eu/proj...
Scandria®
2Act
The objective of the project is to foster
clean, multimodal transport through the
Scandinavian-Mediterranea...
©DimaStepanchuk
NSB CoRe:
North Sea Baltic connector of regions
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
NSB CoRe
The project aims to improve the sustainable
accessibility of the Eastern Baltic Sea
region to freight and passeng...
TENTacle:
Capitalising on TEN-T core transport network
corridors for prosperity, growth and cohesion
interreg-baltic.eu/pr...
TENTacle
The Baltic Sea Region is crossed by three
core transport network corridors (CNCs),
which together have the potent...
DiveSMART-Baltic:
Diving with state maritime resources
in the Baltic Sea
interreg-baltic.eu/projects
DiveSMART-Baltic
The project attempts to prepare divers for
cooperation across the Baltic Sea region
in the case of accide...
©FinnishBorderGuard
ChemSAR:
Operational plans and procedures for maritime
search and rescue in incidents involving
hazard...
ChemSAR
100 – 200 incidents are reported involving
commercial traffic, but the number of near
miss situations is many time...
©HamburgCruiseCentere.V.(HCC)
Green Cruise Port:
Sustainable development of cruise port locations
interreg-baltic.eu/proje...
Green Cruise Port
Planning and meeting the fast growing
demand and the associated environmental
requirements in the cruise...
©PekkaSundberg
EnviSuM:
Environmental impact of low emission shipping:
measurements and modelling strategies
interreg-balt...
EnviSuM
The project addresses measurement and
modelling strategies to assess present and
future compliance costs, health e...
Go LNG:
Liquefied Natural Gas value chain
for clean shipping, green ports
and blue growth in the Baltic Sea region
interreg...
Go LNG
The project will focus on developing the
demand and accessibility of Liquefied
Natural Gas (LNG) in the Baltic Sea ...
About the Programme
Interreg Baltic Sea Region is an EU funding programme
that stimulates cooperation around the Baltic Se...
First call for applications
projects approved
to create change for a better region
You can find all projects in this postc...
Priority 1
Capacity for innovation
Capacity for innovation
is dedicated to actions
strengthening the ability
of the Baltic...
Specific objectives
Capacity for innovation
• research and innovation
infrastructures
• smart specialisation
• non-technolo...
Countries
around the
Baltic Sea
work
together
to find joint
solutions
to common
challenges.
Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructure
BFCC BalticTRAM BSN Innofruit
Capacity for innovation  S...
Managing Authority / Joint Secretariat
IB.SH
Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein
Grubenstraße 20
18055 Rostock, Germany
ph...
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Discover 35 projects funded by the Eu programme Interreg Baltic Sea Region in innovation, natural resources and transport.

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Projects for a better Baltic Sea Region

  1. 1. Discover Interreg Baltic Sea Region interreg-baltic.eu
  2. 2. BFCC: Baltic fracture competence centre interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  3. 3. BFCC The number of cases of fractures and associated health disorders will increase in the future due to an aging society. The project will set up local registries and link them together in one transnational data registry to support hospitals and companies in the Baltic Sea region in identifying needs and potentials for innovation within fracture management. Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructurePriority 1 1 4 2 13 2 2 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 3.6 million ERDF funding EUR 2.8 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Life Science Nord Management GmbH, Germany Project partners 15
  4. 4. ©DESY Baltic TRAM: Transnational research access in the Baltic Sea macro region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  5. 5. Baltic TRAM The project enhances international cooperation of universities, research institutes, large scale research infrastructures and industry nation- and regionwide via improved access to analytical research instruments. Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructurePriority 1 2 3 3 1 2 3 1 1 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 4.1 million ERDF funding EUR 3.2 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner DESY (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron), Germany Project partners 16
  6. 6. BSN: Baltic Science Network interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  7. 7. BSN The project will foster the realisation of common higher education and research area in the Baltic Sea region, and its research and innovation performance. The overall aim is to support the realisation of the European Research Area via intensified cooperation in the Baltic Sea region, increase the research and innovation performance and strengthen the political ownership in the field of science policy. Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructurePriority 1 2 2 2 21 1 1 1 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 3.0 million ERDF funding EUR 2.3 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Ministry of Science, Research and Equalities, Germany Project partners 12
  8. 8. ©EdgarsRubauskis,InstituteofHorticulture, LatviaUniversityofAgriculture InnoFruit: Advancement of non-technological innovation performance and innovation capacity in the fruit growing and processing sectors in selected Baltic Sea countries interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  9. 9. InnoFruit The project is aimed at developing the fruit growing potential in the Baltic Sea region to secure the availability of healthy, high quality fruit and fruit related products through research-driven innovations. Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructurePriority 1 Number of partners per country: x 1 4 1 2 Project budget EUR 1.5 million ERDF funding EUR 1.3 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Institute of Horticulture, Latvia University of Agriculture, Latvia Project partners 8
  10. 10. Smart Blue Regions: Smart specialisation and blue growth in the Baltic Sea region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  11. 11. Smart Blue Regions The project seeks to enhance blue growth opportunities based on increased capacity of the Baltic Sea region to implement research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation (so called RIS3). This project focuses on the blue value chain of Machinery & Technology, Life Science & Blue Medicine and Energy. Capacity for innovation  Smart specialisationPriority 1 Number of partners per country: x 1 2 1 1 2 1 Project budget EUR 1.8 million ERDF funding EUR 1.5 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Ministry of Economic Affairs, Employment, Transport and Techno- logy Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Project partners 8
  12. 12. EmpInno: Empowering for innovation and growth in medium sized cities and region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  13. 13. EmpInno The project fosters the implementation and improvement of research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation in medium-sized cities in the Baltic Sea region. Capacity for innovation  Smart specialisationPriority 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 3 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 3.1 million ERDF funding EUR 2.4 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH, Germany Project partners 16
  14. 14. ©AnneMäkynen BSR Stars S3: Smart specialisation through enhancing cross-sectoral bio-, circular- and digital economy ecosystems interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  15. 15. BSR Stars S3 The main objective is to improve competences of innovation actors (SMEs, universities, business development organisations, regional authorities and national policymakers) to apply a transnational approach in the implementation of their regional and national smart specialisation strategies. The project focuses on bio, circular and digital economy as cross-sectoral priority fields of smart specialisation in the Baltic Sea region. Capacity for innovation  Smart specialisationPriority 1 2 3 3 1 3 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 2.9 million ERDF funding EUR 2.1 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.1 million Lead partner The Baltic Institute of Finland Project partners 12
  16. 16. SWW: Smart and safe work wear clothing interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  17. 17. SWW The project focuses on mass customisation and the possibility to integrate IT technology in work wear, as well as to enhance supply chain management. The objective is to develop the work wear clothing industry in the Baltic Sea region and prepare it to meet competition from new producers and imports from other parts of the world. Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovationPriority 1 Number of partners per country: x 2 2 2 2 2 Project budget EUR 2.4 million ERDF funding EUR 2.0 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Centria University of Applied Sciences Ltd, Finland Project partners 10
  18. 18. EcoDesign Circle: Ecodesign as driver of innovation in the Baltic Sea region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  19. 19. EcoDesign Circle The project’s aim is to increase the capacity of design centres, professionals and lecturers in ecodesign, leading to an advanced performance in non-technological innovation. Applied, ecodesign can have an impact on the circular economy model in the Baltic Sea region by reducing carbon emissions and increasing employment. Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovationPriority 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 2.2 million ERDF funding EUR 1.7 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Federal Environment Agency, Germany Project partners 7
  20. 20. ©angieconscious/www.pixelio.de SEMPRE: Social empowerment in rural areas interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  21. 21. SEMPRE The project promotes empowerment in social service provision in rural areas in the Baltic Sea region. The project aims to improve the social service infrastructure by empowering end-users to participate in service design and delivery. Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovationPriority 1 Number of partners per country: x 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 Project budget EUR 4.9 million ERDF funding EUR 3.8 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Diaconie of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Project partners 16
  22. 22. Cross motion interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  23. 23. Cross motion The project objective is to build on the advancements of digital technologies and the potential of convergence between digital audio-visual content production industries, such as film and videogames and the education, tourism and health sectors. Techniques of audio-visual, interactive, participatory and multiplatform storytelling and forms of gamification can be used in service of the three sectors. There is a momentum for such inter-sector cooperation to open up the rapidly evolving avenue of ‘crossinnovation’. Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovationPriority 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 2.9 million ERDF funding EUR 2.1 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.2 million Lead partner Tallinn University, Estonia Project partners 9
  24. 24. BaltSe@nioR: Innovative solutions to support enterprises in the Baltic Sea region in product development aimed at raising comfort and safety of seniors living at home interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  25. 25. BaltSe@nioR The project will give furniture companies inspiration and a common identity, enhance their knowledge and competences, and increase their capability to work in a transnational environment. Consequently it will enhance their capacity for innovation to create smart products adapted to seniors‘ needs, making the companies more innovative and competitive. This is a unique opportunity to raise seniors’ comfort and level of safety and at the same time enhance capacity for innovation. Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovationPriority 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 2.4 million ERDF funding EUR 1.7 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.1 million Lead partner Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland Project partners 10
  26. 26. ©LennartJohansson NonHazCity: Innovative management solutions for minimizing emissions of hazardous substances from urban areas in the Baltic Sea region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  27. 27. NonHazCity The pollution of the Baltic Sea from urban areas is a common problem which cannot be solved by a single country. The project will implement concrete substance reduction measures and make the Baltic Sea region a front runner in chemicals management at the local level. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 4 1 3 3 2 2 3 Project budget EUR 3.5 million ERDF funding EUR 2.8 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Municipality of Stockholm, Sweden Project partners 18
  28. 28. ©LeenaFiner WAMBAF: Water management in Baltic forests interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  29. 29. WAMBAF The project aims at tackling problems concerning forestry activities in relation to water quality. Special emphasis is set on clear water, nutrient export and hazardous substances, such as mercury. The project works on three main topics that all have a large impact on water quality: riparian forests, drainage and beaver activity. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 1 2 3 2 1 Project budget EUR 2.9 million ERDF funding EUR 2.3 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Swedish Forest Agency, Sweden Project partners 9
  30. 30. IWAMA: Interactive water management interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  31. 31. IWAMA The project aims to tackle the resource efficiency in wastewater management in the Baltic Sea region by capacity development of the wastewater treatment operators and implementation of pilot investments, which will result in reduced nutrient inflows to the Baltic Sea. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 2 2 4 4 2 2 1 Project budget EUR 4.6 million ERDF funding EUR 3.7 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Union of the Baltic Cities, Sustainable Cities Commission c/o City of Turku, Finland Project partners 17
  32. 32. DAIMON: Decision aid for marine munitions interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  33. 33. DAIMON The project aims to support maritime, defence and environmental administrations in making decisions on management strategies for dumped chemical and conventional warfare in the Baltic Sea and the Skagerrak to assess the risk associated with corroding warfare objects, such as dumped containers filled with munitions. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 1 1 3 4 1 2 Project budget EUR 4.7 million ERDF funding EUR 3.5 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.1 million Lead partner Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN), Poland Project partners 13
  34. 34. VillageWaters: Water emissions and their reduction in village communities interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  35. 35. VillageWaters Discharge from households not connected to urban waste water treatment plants, called scattered dwellings, is the third largest diffuse of nutrient loads to the Baltic Sea. The main challenge of this project is to find the most cost effective and environmentally friendly wastewater treatment solutions for the households in order to decrease wastewater emissions into the Baltic Sea. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 3 4 3 2 3 5 Project budget EUR 3.5 million ERDF funding EUR 2.8 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Finland Project partners 20
  36. 36. MARELITT Baltic: Reducing the impact of derelict fishing gear on the Baltic Sea environment interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  37. 37. MARELITT Baltic Derelict fishing gear is addressed worldwide as a source of marine litter with extensive hazardous effects on the marine ecosystem. The project will be the first transnational initiative in the world providing a solution to turn a diffuse problem into a clear topic contributing to an international readiness to act. It will contribute to a Baltic Sea free from marine litter and hazardous substances and it will increase sustainable treatment of derelict fishing gear. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 2 1 4 2 Project budget EUR 3.8 million ERDF funding EUR 3.0 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Municipality of Simrishamn, Sweden Project partners 9
  38. 38. ©MarianneTersmeden Baltic Slurry Acidification: Reducing nitrogen loss from livestock production by promoting the use of slurry acidification techniques in the Baltic Sea region ©MarianneTersmeden interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  39. 39. Baltic Slurry Acidification Livestock manure is the main source of ammonia nitrogen emissions in the Baltic Sea region. It not only threatens the status of the Baltic Sea, but also directly threatens human health. This project will promote the use of slurry acidification technologies throughout the Baltic Sea region to reduce airborne eutrophication and create a more competitive and sustainable farming sector. Management of natural resources  Clear watersPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 3 2 3 3 1 2 1 2 Project budget EUR 5.3 million ERDF funding EUR 4.2 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner JTI - Swedish Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, Sweden Project partners 17
  40. 40. ©AnyaIvanova/Shutterstock BEA-APP: Baltic energy areas - a planning perspective interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  41. 41. BEA-APP The project addresses challenges related to the transition towards low carbon energy systems with an increased production and use of renewable energy. To meet the ambitious climate mitigation and renewable energy targets in the Baltic Sea region, there is a need to designate additional areas to renewable energy installations, such as wind parks, bioenergy units or solar installations. Management of natural resources  Renewable energyPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 Project budget EUR 2.7 million ERDF funding EUR 2.1 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and State Development Mecklen- burg-Vorpommern, Germany Project partners 11
  42. 42. ©CourtesyofSSEchpv.co.uk/SSE/RWE Baltic InteGrid: Integrated Baltic offshore wind electricity grid development interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  43. 43. Baltic InteGrid The project aims to contribute to sustainable indigenous electricity generation, further integration of electricity markets and security of supply in the Baltic Sea region by optimising the potential and efficiency of offshore wind energy. It will present plans for a coordinated Baltic Sea offshore grid and significantly reduce one of the most important bottlenecks for the development of renewable energy sources in the Baltic Sea region. Management of natural resources  Renewable energyPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 2 1 1 2 4 2 1 1 Project budget EUR 3.9 million ERDF funding EUR 3.0 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility, Germany Project partners 14
  44. 44. Green PE: Power electronics for green energy efficiency interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  45. 45. Green PE The project accelerates the market uptake of Advanced Power Electronics especially by small and medium sized enterprises in the Baltic Sea region for the efficient conversion, transmission and consumption of energy. Management of natural resources  Energy efficiencyPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 2 3 2 3 3 3 2 Project budget EUR 3.1 million ERDF funding EUR 2.4 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner University of Southern Denmark Project partners 18
  46. 46. ©ToreJohannesen/iStock.com Baltic LINes: Coherent linear infrastructures in Baltic maritime spatial plans interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  47. 47. Baltic LINes The project seeks to increase transnational coherence of shipping routes and energy corridors in Maritime Spatial Plans (MSP) in the Baltic Sea region. This will prevent cross border mismatches and secure transnational connectivity, as well as efficient use of Baltic Sea space. Management of natural resources  Blue growthPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 3 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 Project budget EUR 3.4 million ERDF funding EUR 2.7 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency, Germany Project partners 15
  48. 48. ©ChristophWirth ALLIANCE: Baltic blue biotechnology alliance interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  49. 49. ALLIANCE The project brings together blue biotechnology actors from across the Baltic Sea region to develop innovative marine biotechnology based products and services in response to the EU Sustainable Blue Growth Agenda for the Baltic Sea region - a blueprint for harnessing the region’s strengths to boost innovation and growth in the maritime area. Management of natural resources  Blue growthPriority 2 1 1 4 2 3 2 4 2 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 3.4 million ERDF funding EUR 2.7 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany Project partners 20
  50. 50. ©MalinGustafsson,Kalmarmunicipality Baltic Blue Growth: Initiation of full scale mussel farming in the Baltic Sea interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  51. 51. Baltic Blue Growth One of the most serious challenges the Baltic Sea is facing is eutrophication, the enrichment of ecosystems by chemical nutrients. The objective of the project is to remove nutrients from the Baltic Sea region by farming and harvesting blue mussels. This may be a stand-alone measure to counteract eutrophication, but can also become a business model for the feed industry and be used in symbiosis with fish farms. Management of natural resources  Blue growthPriority 2 Number of partners per country: x 4 2 1 2 8 1 Project budget EUR 4.7 million ERDF funding EUR 3.6 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Region Östergötland, Sweden Project partners 18
  52. 52. ©S.Werner EMMA : Enhancing freight mobility and logistics by strengthening inland waterway and river sea transport and promoting new international shipping services interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  53. 53. EMMA Transport volumes in the Baltic Sea region are expected to grow significantly in the next decades. The project intends to focus on raising inland waterway and river-sea transport potentials. Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modesPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 5 4 3 4 5 Project budget EUR 4.4 million ERDF funding EUR 3.4 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Port of Hamburg Marketing, Germany Project partners 21
  54. 54. ©EskoKeski-Oja HAZARD: Mitigating the effects of emergencies in Baltic Sea region ports interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  55. 55. HAZARD Harbours, terminals and storage facilities, including those for dangerous goods, are often located close to residential areas, thus potentially exposing a large number of people to the consequences of accidents. The project aims to mitigate accidents and emergencies in seaports in the Baltic Sea region, all handling large volumes of cargo and passengers. Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modesPriority 3 1 1 3 2 3 5 Number of partners per country: x Project budget EUR 4.3 million ERDF funding EUR 3.4 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner University of Turku, Finland Project partners 15
  56. 56. Scandria® 2Act: Sustainable and multimodal transport actions in the Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  57. 57. Scandria® 2Act The objective of the project is to foster clean, multimodal transport through the Scandinavian-Mediterranean Core Network Corridor regions to increase connectivity and competitiveness, while at the same time minimising the negative environmental impact induced by transport activities. Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modesPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 5 3 2 6 3 Project budget EUR 3.6 million ERDF funding EUR 2.4 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.2 million Lead partner Joint Spatial Planning Department Berlin Brandenburg , Germany Project partners 19
  58. 58. ©DimaStepanchuk NSB CoRe: North Sea Baltic connector of regions interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  59. 59. NSB CoRe The project aims to improve the sustainable accessibility of the Eastern Baltic Sea region to freight and passenger transport. It underlines the importance of linking the input from transport operators and the business sector to the improvement of interoperability and proposes their view on measures needed to remove bottlenecks in border-crossing areas. Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modesPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 2 3 1 2 3 5Project budget EUR 3.3 million ERDF funding EUR 2.6 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Helsinki Uusimaa Regional Council, Finland Project partners 16
  60. 60. TENTacle: Capitalising on TEN-T core transport network corridors for prosperity, growth and cohesion interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  61. 61. TENTacle The Baltic Sea Region is crossed by three core transport network corridors (CNCs), which together have the potential to stimulate positive effects beyond the pure transport sector and beyond the immediate territories they cross. The project aims to improve stakeholder capacity to reap benefits of the implementation of CNCs. Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modesPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 1 3 2 1 1 2 8 3 2 Project budget EUR 3.8 million ERDF funding EUR 2.8 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.1 million Lead partner Region Blekinge, Sweden Project partners 23
  62. 62. DiveSMART-Baltic: Diving with state maritime resources in the Baltic Sea interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  63. 63. DiveSMART-Baltic The project attempts to prepare divers for cooperation across the Baltic Sea region in the case of accidents. With coordination and a common understanding of procedures and diving competences, solid and endurable search and rescue organisation can be established in the Baltic Sea. This will contribute to making it a safer place to travel, live and work. Sustainable transport  Maritime safetyPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 4 2 1 Project budget EUR 2.2 million ERDF funding EUR 1.8 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner Swedish Coast Guard, Sweden Project partners 7
  64. 64. ©FinnishBorderGuard ChemSAR: Operational plans and procedures for maritime search and rescue in incidents involving hazardous and noxious substances interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  65. 65. ChemSAR 100 – 200 incidents are reported involving commercial traffic, but the number of near miss situations is many times higher. This, combined with the increasing amount of traffic in the Baltic Sea, the traffic intersecting at several nodes, difficult waters, and the harsh winter conditions in the northern Baltic Sea, increases both the probability of a large-scale maritime incident and the difficulty of conducting search and rescue operations. Sustainable transport  Maritime safetyPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 1 1 4 2 1 Project budget EUR 2.5 million ERDF funding EUR 1.9 million Norwegian funding - Lead partner University of Turku, Finland Project partners 9
  66. 66. ©HamburgCruiseCentere.V.(HCC) Green Cruise Port: Sustainable development of cruise port locations interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  67. 67. Green Cruise Port Planning and meeting the fast growing demand and the associated environmental requirements in the cruise sector in a strategic, sustainable manner is necessary. Due to the transnationality of the ‘cruise product’, only a joint planning process of Baltic Sea region ports will have sustainable results. Sustainable transport  Environmentally friendly shippingPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 Project budget EUR 2.8 million ERDF funding EUR 1.9 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.2 million Lead partner Hamburg Port Authority, Germany Project partners 10
  68. 68. ©PekkaSundberg EnviSuM: Environmental impact of low emission shipping: measurements and modelling strategies interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  69. 69. EnviSuM The project addresses measurement and modelling strategies to assess present and future compliance costs, health effects, and environmental effects of ship emissions. Sustainable transport  Environmentally friendly shippingPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 1 1 1 4 1 1 3 Project budget EUR 3.2 million ERDF funding EUR 2.2 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.2 million Lead partner University of Turku, Finland Project partners 12
  70. 70. Go LNG: Liquefied Natural Gas value chain for clean shipping, green ports and blue growth in the Baltic Sea region interreg-baltic.eu/projects
  71. 71. Go LNG The project will focus on developing the demand and accessibility of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in the Baltic Sea region. It will create a strategic approach to LNG development and a technology approach for consolidating the LNG value chain and it will provide skills and business partnerships for infrastructure development. Sustainable transport  Environmentally friendly shippingPriority 3 Number of partners per country: x 1 4 1 2 3 4 3 Project budget EUR 3.1 million ERDF funding EUR 2.2 million Norwegian funding EUR 0.1 million Lead partner Klaipeda Science and Technology Park, Lithuania Project partners 18
  72. 72. About the Programme Interreg Baltic Sea Region is an EU funding programme that stimulates cooperation around the Baltic Sea. Developing the Baltic Sea region is at the core of the Programme. interreg-baltic.eu/about
  73. 73. First call for applications projects approved to create change for a better region You can find all projects in this postcard collection. There is a postcard for each project - take a glance! Altogether, EUR 90 million out of EUR 264 million from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) have now been allocated to these projects (as of summer 2016). 35 Capacity for innovationPriority 1 Management of natural resourcesPriority 2 Sustainable transportPriority 3 1.1R&Iinfrastructures 1.2Smartspecialisation 4 3 5 7 2 1 3 5 2 3 1.3Non-techinnovation 2.1Clearwaters 2.2Renewableenergy 2.3Energyefficiency 2.4Bluegrowth 3.1Interoperability 3.2Accessibility 3.3Maritimesafety 3.4Cleanshipping 3.5Urbanmobility 0 0
  74. 74. Priority 1 Capacity for innovation Capacity for innovation is dedicated to actions strengthening the ability of the Baltic Sea region to create and commercialise innovation. Priority 2 Management of natural resources Management of natural resources highlights the need to manage natural resources more efficiently. Priority 3 Sustainable transport Sustainable transport covers capacity-building measures ensuring more sustainable transport solutions in the region. Priorities The Programme offers funding in three thematic fields.
  75. 75. Specific objectives Capacity for innovation • research and innovation infrastructures • smart specialisation • non-technological innovation Priority 1 Priority 2 Priority 3 Management of natural resources • clear waters • renewable energy • energy efficiency • blue growth Sustainable transport • interoperability of transport modes • accessibility of remote areas and areas affected by demographic change • maritime safety • environmentally friendly shipping • environmentally friendly urban mobility
  76. 76. Countries around the Baltic Sea work together to find joint solutions to common challenges.
  77. 77. Capacity for innovation  Research and innovation infrastructure BFCC BalticTRAM BSN Innofruit Capacity for innovation  Smart specialisation Smart Blue Regions EmpInno BSR Stars S3 Capacity for innovation  Non-technological innovation SWW EcoDesign Circle SEMPRE Cross Motion BaltSe@nior Management of natural resources  Clear waters NonHazCity WAMBAF IWAMA DAIMON VillageWaters MARELITT Baltic Baltic Slurry Acidification Management of natural resources  Renewable energy BEA-APP Baltic InteGrid Management of natural resources  Energy efficiency Green PE Management of natural resources  Blue growth Baltic LINes ALLIANCE Baltic Blue Growth Sustainable transport  Interoperability of transport modes EMMA HAZARD Scandria 2Act NSB CoRe TENTacle Sustainable transport  Maritime safety DiveSMART-Baltic ChemSAR Sustainable transport  Environmentally friendly shipping Green Cruise Port EnviSum Go LNG Approved projects in first call
  78. 78. Managing Authority / Joint Secretariat IB.SH Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein Grubenstraße 20 18055 Rostock, Germany phone +49 381 45484 0 info@interreg-baltic.eu Joint Secretariat – Riga branch office Latvian State Regional Development Agency Alberta Street 10 1010 Riga, Latvia Flagship projects are projects implementing the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR). Design/Layout: H2F Kommunikationsagentur · John-Brinckman-Str. 13 · 18055 Rostock Print: MegaDruck.de Produktions- und Vertriebs GmbH · Eichendorffstraße 34 · 26655 Westerstede Second edition printed in October 2016
  79. 79. interreg-baltic.eu

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