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  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    in Lithuania Poland and Russia Kaliningrad oblast CORPI will adapt the existing study programs in Klaipeda University by adding OWE components to improve the preparation of specialists in this business During the project CORPI expects to contribute for preparing adapting the optimal principles of EIA of potential OWE projects including monitoring programmes preparation CORPI will also take part in the trade fairs and exhibitions in order to promote the OWE potential of the SB region Through the newly developed maritime cluster in Klaipeda Baltic valley CORPI will also contribute to the linkage of OWE related business Contact Nerijus Blažauskas Phone 370 46 398838 Email nb corpi ku lt Homepage www corpi ku lt Address H Manto 84 LT 92294 Klaipeda Lithuania Partner information CORPI Coastal Research and Planning Institute is a research and education unit within Klaipeda University It focuses on fundamental and applied scientific research as well as environmental consulting in the fields of integrated coastal zone management sea use planning environmental impact and risk assessment geological and geophysical biological and ecological investigations ecosystem modeling environmental monitoring including monitoring on the impact on marine environment from various offshore activities baseline studies operational activities impacts etc Coordinator of former Interreg III A project POWER Perspectives of Offshore Wind Energy development in marine areas of Lithuania Poland and Russia Recently is providing a full range EIA studies for potential offshore locations in Lithuanian EEZ Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER An offshore wind energy development in Lithuania requires a clear operational knowledge as well as legislative background setting Contributing to the development and participating of offshore wind energy community network hopefully will facilitate the potential investments to this field of marine activities helps avoiding the potential conflicts and allows solving existing ones Project documentation Reports studies Interactive features Events Public

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  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    and develop offshore wind energy cluster activities More as 1GW or half of Lithuania electricity demand could be produced in offshore wind parks Scientists and developers of Klaipeda region are sure that participation in South Baltic program projects related to energy is the right way for assure energy independence and increasing of innovative industries and work places in the region Partner information Strategic Self Management Institute SSI is clustering public institution of scientific researches active acting in fields of innovations from 1991 It s located in Klaipeda Lithuania Author methodologies of Virtualics Strategic Self management also synthesized concepts of Sustainable Innovation and Responsible energy gave possibilities to forecast development flow and modelling of many branches of economy and culture in own country and worldwide Advanced methodology was applied to Lithuanian maritime economy fishery telecommunications IT educations science and many other branches of society s activities More as 150 scientific researches and innovations projects were implemented SSI is experienced in wind energy scientific researches innovations and practical activity from 1993 She is initiator and main scientific and organisational supporter of wind power economy branch formation in Lithuania Prof Dr Stasys Paulauskas is President of Lithuanian Wind Energy Association Aleksandras Paulauskas is director of this organisation They are lectors of Innovation Academy on subjects of RES and Wind energy authors of distance learning courses on sustainable wind energy Participating in POWER projects they made the most significant tasks related to technological development economic modelling social compatibility virtual studies interconnections and dissemination They created the idea of Baltic Offshore Energy Cluster and made first steps in this direction SSI and Lithuanian Wind Energy Association are the main providers and supporters of Lithuanian energy transition to sustainable and responsible quality now SSI participates in two Leonardo da Vinci projects eWindTech Creation of virtual simulators

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  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    improvement of investment conditions In recent years PWES has focused at the field of the offshore wind energy that remains at early development stage in Poland due to existing legal barriers resulting from irrelevant regulations which had been created for the offshore gas oil sector Therefore the Society has been playing active role in supporting the process of legal institutional and organizational changes enabling development of the offshore wind energy in Poland Therefore PWES is a member of advisory bodies such as the Polish Consultancy Council for Renewable Energy organized by the Polish Economic Chamber of Renewable Energy Advisory Group for Wind Energy Development by the Ministry of Economy To achieve the objectives aiming at creation of the favourable investment conditions for the offshore wind energy PWES co operates with national and foreign scientific and research and development centres and other institutions At the national level the Society has been co operating with major scientific institutions and energy agencies as well as companies active at the wind and renewable energy market In 2011 during the general assembly of the PWES s members a decision was made to adjust the name of the organization to the actual profile of its activity and it was changed into Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society POWES Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER International co operation of the Society is conducted mostly within the EU financed projects which enable transfer of relevant experience So far the Society participated in the following international initiatives and projects 2006 2008 POWER project developed in co operation of Poland Lithuania and Russia The main goal was to designate suitable areas of the offshore wind farm location on the South Eastern Baltic Sea 2007 PWES became a co founder of the Baltic Offshore Energy Cluster BOSEC 2008 PWES organized an

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  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    energy The University of Gda sk will contribute to all tasks foreseen by the project with particular emphasis on summer school organization promotion of new career opportunities among students and strengthening the links between OW industry and higher education Contact Mariusz Wójcik Phone 48 58 735 11 20 Email pomcert univ gda pl Homepage www pomcert pl Address Al Zwyci stwa 96 98 81 451 Gdynia Poland Regional information The Pomeranian region is one of the 16 Polish voivodeships located in the centre north of Poland by the Baltic Sea With an area of 18 000 km² and the population of 2 2 millions inhabitants Wind energy is part of the regional energy supply with 19 onshore wind farms with a total capacity of 138 MW however large amount of energy is imported from the more industrial southern regions The need for new local energy sources and favourable geographical conditions provided by the wide access to the sea will act as a driving force for the development of the Offshore Wind Energy Partner information POMCERT was created to stimulate work on research consulting and innovation programmes within the field of environmental protection in the Pomeranian Region This is being done through the integration of experts in a wide range of environmental science as well as environmental technology and engineering In its present form POMCERT is set by the resolution of senates of three universities Medical University of Gdansk GUMed Gdansk University of Technology GUT and University of Gdansk UG It remains an open structure active in the fields of innovation energy and environment POMCERT also cooperates with a wide network of administration academia and business organisations within Poland Europe and the World Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER Although offshore wind energy is an intensively developing concept in Europe

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  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    our clients with a wide range of services covering the whole lifecycle of cross border or transnational projects Starting with the phrasing of an idea we accompany and support our clients in such activities as acquiring funds finding suitable partners writing a good application coordinating the project partnership managing financial flows developing and implementing a project communication strategy conducting research and surveys and developing concepts Beyond project management we also offer our expertise and consulting services to various Territorial Cooperation Programmes and development cooperation projects While our recent thematic focuses have been renewable energies ecology and demographic change our interdisciplinary team generally works with all kinds of projects in the field of urban and regional development Reason for participating in South Baltic OFF E R REM Consult has co initiated the South Baltic OFF E R project in 2009 based on the already finalized project POWER Pushing Offshore Wind Energy Regions INTERREG IIIB North Sea Region Programme running from 2004 2007 and its ongoing successor POWER cluster POWER cluster INTERREG IVB North Sea Region Programme running from 2008 2011 Thus REM Consult can build and rely upon its extensive experience in international cooperation projects especially dealing with offshore wind energy It is our interest to support the economic and technological potentials of offshore wind energy in the South Baltic Region planning and acceptance issues of offshore wind farms development of a reliable supply chain for the sector and skills development measures On behalf of the project Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH we have since been coordinating the project development project and financial management and communication Our South Baltic OFF E R team is carrying out the daily project management acting as the primary contact point for project partners the Programme authorities and the interested public If you

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  • News – South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    versa for companies recruiting qualified employees This year s congress topic was Green Economy All in all the event gathered 300 exhibitors and about 12 000 visitors Following the slogan Wind to Work the SB OFF E R project represented by Rostock Business and four regional employers highlighted the region s strength in the wind energy sector Project documentation Reports studies Interactive features Events Public relations Events Show all upcoming

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  • News – South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    on offshore wind energy Lectures were given by Danish experts from DTU Wind Energy Peggy Friis who substituted for Niels Erik Clausen unfortunately absent that day for being sick Witold Skrzypi ski and Alfredo Peña Polish aspects were presented by Mariusz Wito ski from Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society POMCERT has been preparing to the event since June asking potential participants about their expectations from Crash Course More than 200 answers on questionnaire distributed among interested parties have given reliable overlook on what subjects should be included and allowed to construct the schedule adjusted to preferences of participants Introduction to Offshore Wind Energy in Poland Andrzej Tonderski POMCERT Offshore Wind Power Meteorology Alfredo Peña DTU Wind Energy Technology Status Outlook and Economics Peggy Friis DTU Wind Energy Design and Construction of OWF Witold Skrzypi ski DTU Wind Energy Environmental Impact Assessment Peggy Friis DTU Wind Energy Legal Aspects and Outlook for Poland Grid connection Mariusz Wito ski POWES Participants were awarded qualification certificate for completion of 8 hour course Report in polish about the event is available on polish blog http sbpoffer wordpress com z zycia projektu All materials presented during Crash Course are available on the Offshore Knowledge Toolbox

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  • News – South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    expand their knowledge get to know other points of view and discuss There were several radio broadcasts about the event in Smo dzino and SB OFF E R Project before and after it which is another step ahead in the field of communication and promotion Seminars were conducted by the representative of DTU Wind Energy Witold Skrzypi ski who has been approaching technological issues and invited expert Mariusz Wójcik who is professionally involved in offshore wind energy investments in Poland There were several presentations shown Aleksandra J drzejewska Agnieszka Miszewska Henryk Zemsta POMCERT PL Introduction to Offshore Wind Energy Mariusz Wójcik Grupa Doradcza SMDI PL Offshore Wind Energy Offshore wind energy in Europe and Poland Offshore wind farms What does it mean for the country and regions Polish and foreign experiences What should be done to develop OWE industry in Poland How turbines are installed on a sea Environmental impact of OWF Researches on marine environment Considering local communities interests Witold Skrzypi ski DTU Wind Energy DK Design and construction of offshore wind farms Design standards and requirements Wind turbine classes Wind turbine layout within a farm Foundations High altitude wind energy Report in polish about the event is available

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