archive-eu.com » EU » S » SOUTHBALTIC-OFFSHORE.EU

Total: 138

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    Straße 65 26316 Varel Germany Regional information Offshore wind energy has gained in importance in Germany not only since the official opening of the test site alpha ventus in April 2010 Over 20 wind farms are already approved in the North Sea five in the Baltic Sea The first commercial parks are under construction The German Government supports the use of renewable energies and has set the target of more than 30 percent renewables by 2020 The coastal areas have also started to exploit the economic possibilities which result from the use of renewable energy more specifically offshore wind energy Along the North Sea the cities of Cuxhaven Bremerhaven and Emden have developed dedicated construction and shipping areas for offshore wind energy In the Baltic Sea the city of Rostock as well as the ferry harbour of Sassnitz Mukran can be mentioned Partner information The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation was created in 2005 with support from the Ministry of Environment The main idea behind the establishment of the Foundation was to have an independent institution that supports the expansion of offshore wind energy Another important task of the Foundation is to pass on know how to the stakeholders in the offshore wind energy industry The Foundation has gained a lot of experience by accompanying the construction of the test site alpha ventus The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation is the owner of the project right of the test site Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation supports the expansion of offshore wind energy in Germany and is therefore participating in the South Baltic OFFER project News Show all South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Vision Recommendations for a sustainable development of offshore wind energy Download flyer PDF 586 7 KB Social Compatibility of Offshore

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-stiftung-offshore-windenergie.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    local small and medium sized companies are involved in developing and supplying wind mill components spare parts and service Partner information Guldborgsund Municipality is the southernmost municipality in Denmark and a typical Danish rural municipality with 63 000 inhabitants covering an area of 906 km2 More than 80 of the area is covered by fields and forests Half of the population is living in small villages and rural areas The main town Nykøbing with 20 000 inhabitants was founded during the medieval period just like three other towns Sakskøbing Stubbekøbing and Nysted all being between 600 and 900 years old Gedser Harbour with the ferry line Gedser Rostock is the port between Europe and Scandinavia and two European transport corridors the West European and the East European are meeting in Guldborgsund Municipality This makes international cooperation and trade easy and traffic and infrastructure are high on the political agenda The main business branches in the municipality include trade transport industrial production metal plastic and glass fiber social health sector agriculture and tourism The tourists are attracted by the long white Marielyst Beach at the Baltic Sea the friendly nature the old medieval towns and the many small yacht harbours the Crocodile Zoo and the Middel Age Centre The Municipal Administration employs a total of 6 500 staff including staff for kindergartens schools eldercare planning and roads etc The total budget for Guldborgsund Municipality was 630 mio in 2009 Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER Guldborgsund Municipality would like to explore and develop the benefits of being neighbours to the two large offshore wind farms Nysted and Rødsand II for the local offshore wind energy businesses for the municipalities and for the local inhabitants In addition Guldborgsund Municipality has a specific agenda on energy savings and on converting fossil energy

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-guldborgsund-municipality-denmark.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    to land In an open door procedure the project developer applies to the Danish Energy Agency for a licence to carry out preliminary investigations and establish an offshore wind farm in the given area The Danish Energy Agency clarifies whether there are any competing public interests and where possible issues the required licence The project developer receives the same price supplement as for new onshore wind turbines and has to finance the connection of the project to the electricity grid on land Source The Danish Energy Authority Partner information Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy is a national laboratory within the Technical University of Denmark Established in 1958 Risø today has a staff of about 700 more than half of which are scientists The objective of Risø s research is to provide industry and society with new solutions with due consideration to the demands for significant reductions in the consumption of resources and environmental impact worldwide Risø participates in Danish and international research programmes and conducts research and consulting activities for industry and governmental authorities As of 1st January 2012 the former Wind Energy Division Risø DTU became part of a new department DTU Wind Energy This department now also includes two groups from DTU Mechanical Engineering whose core activities are fluid dynamics and composite mechanics and two groups from the Risø DTU Materials Research Division where the research is focussed on composite materials and metals In total 235 employees are now working within research education innovation and research based consultancy These changes strengthen the capabilities and the position within the wind energy sector Reasons for participating In the South Baltic Offshore project DTU Wind Energy will provide input from a university and research in general in the university business match and network A wind resource map of the South

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-riso-dtu-denmark.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    entrepreneurship spirit for small businesses and highly developed trade and industry Sölvesborg s companies approximately 1 480 are based on well developed skills in welding industrial services food and entrepreneur Moreover the tourism industry is a huge component of the city economy It increases the number of inhabitants by approximately 10 000 during the summer period Regarding transport infrastructure the E22 and Coast Line train are key elements of the city dynamism and mobility Offshore Wind Energy OWE is a very important new market with great potential for existing and new businesses in the region A large wind farm is under development in the area The project is called Blekinge Offshore and the capacity of this project wind farm will be 2500 MW The construction will have a great positive impact on the businesses in the whole area of Blekinge Partner information In Sweden municipalities collect taxes directly from the population and have certain flexibility on how funds are used Only a small percentage of taxes are paid to the State This gives together with planning monopoly Swedish municipalities a unique opportunity to work with progressive areas it chooses to prioritize Thus the municipality focuses on Offshore Wind Energy being aware that it is vital that the public and all stakeholders get better knowledge about OWE to have a good basis for future decisions Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER The Municipality of Sölvesborg wants to promote service and supply industry and their networks to acknowledge OWE as a valuable market opportunity in the South Baltic Region Simultaneously the municipality wants to increase the public knowledge and the acceptance of OWE They will contribute to the latter with their own competence in building networks and clusters among business partners There are a number of companies in the region that

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-municipality-solvesborg-sweden.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    employer Ericsson Flextronics MCT Brattberg and Roxtec The Karlskrona Gdynia sea route is one of the most important in Sweden in terms of trade in the Baltic Sea Verkö Harbour is the site of the ferry terminal co owned by Stena Line and the municipality The 70 000 m² Industrial Park at Verkö offer a vacant industrial land with direct access to the harbour Karlskrona has been at the forefront of telecommunications and IT since the early 90 s and the TelecomCity network with 50 over businesses is a trendsetter for mobile solutions and wireless services Karlskrona is the main campus of Blekinge Institute of Technology which holds a unique position in the area of IT physical planning and sustainable development Finally Karlskrona has also been chosen as the location for a number of government agencies such as the National Board of Housing Building and Planning the command centre of the Swedish Coast Guard and the main naval base of the Swedish Navy Partner information As in Sölvesborg and every other municipality in Sweden Karlskrona collects taxes directly from the population and also decides how funds should be used Only a small percentage of taxes are directly paid to the State This represents together with planning monopoly a unique opportunity to work with the progressive areas it chooses to prioritize The Department of Business and Commerce within the Municipality of Karlskrona has a genuine interest in the development of wind energy because companies in the region deal with components in the supply chain of this particular subject Offshore Wind Energy OWE is a very important new market with great potential for existing and new businesses in the region The municipality of Karlskrona is a partner of several INTERREG projects Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER The Department of Business

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-municipality-karlskrona-sweden.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    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 News Show all South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Vision Recommendations for a sustainable development of offshore wind energy Download flyer PDF 586 7

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-corpi-coastal-research-and-planning-institute.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    scientists developers and Lithuanian Wind Energy Association the wind energy is developing in Klaipeda region Starting from 2002 there are more as 100 MW of wind power stations installed This opens possibilities to produce own renewable energy and use it for own needs In 2006 2008 Strategic Self Management Institute together with partners made very important work they were investigated perspectives of offshore wind energy development in economical zone of Lithuania INTERREG IIIa project POWER They discovered possibilities to establish large offshore wind power parks 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 on Wind turbine maintenance and EMPRES European Management Program on Renewable Energy Sources Moreover the institution is involved in four South Baltic programme projects LED Lighting in Public Space SB OFFER South Baltic offshore wind energy regions WEBSR2 Wind Energy in Baltic region 2 extension and Sustainable RES Chains the Lithuanian newsletter can be found here Please find offshore wind energy related publication in Lithuania on this link http www lsveikata lt eko raktas aplinkosauga 19 aplinkosauga 2436 nra statymo leidianio vjo jgainms bristi jr html Reason for participating in South Baltic OFFER To make investigations and create practical applications for joining scientific business and policy forces for responsible use of sensitive marine areas seeking

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-strategic-self-management-institute-ssi.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive

  • South Baltic OFF.E.R Offshore Wind Energy Regions Partners
    initiatives aiming at 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 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 international conference Offshore wind energy development on the Baltic Sea chances opportunities that was held in Gdansk 2009 organization of the offshore wind energy session within frameworks of the International Renewable Energy Congress Green Power 2009 in

    Original URL path: http://www.southbaltic-offshore.eu/lt/partners-polish-wind-energy-society.html (2015-12-29)
    Open archived version from archive