RES-Chains

About the Project

Goal of the project:
The South Baltic Region project RES-Chains is a cooperation between five countries: Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden.

RES-Chains aims at identifying sustainable renewable energy source chains (RES-Chains) to encourage sustainable development within the South Baltic Region. Our main focus is on biomass, biogas, solar power, wind power and hydro power.

RES-Chains partners and other stakeholders have formed a cross-border network within the South Baltic Region. The main focus is on biomass, biogas, solar power, wind power and hydro power through:

-Dissemination of jointly elaborated promotion material on RES-Chains issues

-Supporting each other with advice, consultancy and exchange of know-how

-Taking part in the regular international exchanges between the network members

-Development and implementation of joint regional, transnational projects

-Providing expertise for provincial, national, and regional authorities when required

-Extending the network by involving valuable new parties

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Start of the project: 2011-01-01, end of the project: 2013-12-31

 

Contact persons for POMCERT: dr inż. Andrzej Tonderski, mgr inż. Robert Jata

More information can be received from Renata Smagacka