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  • South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    purposes port development and navigation routes Recent zoning for offshore wind power developments and new marine protected areas are implemented in the frame of international projects Interreg and LIFE mainly Also no zoning for resource mining is implemented to date in the Lithuanian EEZ and territorial waters Figure Maritime activities in Lithuania EEZ Thanks to active efforts of scientists users of renewable energy and Lithuanian Wind Energy Association the wind energy started to develop in Klaipeda region There is more than 153 MW of wind power installed onshore since 2002 First attempt to investigate the offshore potential for wind energy development was initiated by international team that prepared the INTERREG IIIa project POWER 2006 2008 Perspectives of offshore wind energy development in exclusive economical zone of Lithuania as well as Poland and Russia Kaliningrad region have been investigated Proper places and possibilities to establish offshore wind power parks and develop offshore wind energy cluster activities have been identified More than 1GW or almost half of Lithuania electricity demand could be produced in those preselected offshore areas Several projects of offshore wind parks are under development The environmental impact assessment studies have been prepared for some preselected areas At the moment the further development of the parks is suspended due to the uncertainty while issuing permits for offshore installations and ongoing Project of new establishment of Natura 2000 protected areas The legislative basis for offshore wind power development is provided in new Law on Renewable Energy Sources of Republic of Lithuania which is under discussion in Lithuanian Seimas now Success of offshore wind power development requires efforts of different actors scientists businessmen and policymakers named as Triple Helix There why SB OFF E R activities are very much in line with the current needs of offshore wind energy projects developers and

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  • South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    exclusive economic zone is assessed at 20 GW However that value must be corrected with the exclusion zones protected areas within Natura2000 network that reduces the potential down to 7 5 GW However different figures appear in various strategic documents regarding the market potential of the Polish maritime area and the exclusive economic zone in terms of OWE development According to the analyses of the Institute for Renewable Energy market potential for 2020 is assessed at 1 5 GW The National Renewable Energy Action Plan submitted to the European Commission at the end of 2010 indicates the market potential at the level of 500 MW by 2020 In order to lay solid ground for development of the offshore wind farms also interconnection capacities are required to facilitate energy transfer from the marine areas to the grid and also potentially allow cross border interconnections improving security of energy transfers For this purpose the consortium was founded consisting of the companies specialized in wind energy power engineering as well as renewable energy R D which aims to develop the Polish Offshore Grid within the border of the Polish Maritime Area The consortium consists of the following entities AOS Sp z o o Gdansk Branch ENERGOPROJEKT Krakow S A ELTEL Grid S A The consortium is being supported by the research and development institutions such as the Maritime Institute of Gdansk the Foundation for Sustainable Power Engineering Development Warsaw and the Institute for Renewable Energy Warsaw The maps below present the potential locations of the offshore wind farms and mileage of the power transmission cables as well as the maritime protected areas included into the Natura2000 network Potential for the offshore wind farms at the Polish Maritime Area Orange color indicates areas suitable for OWE development Source PSM Concept of the Polish Offshore

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  • News
    for the event on target blank www solvesborg se vindkraftsseminarium See highlights and program for in depth information more SB OFF E R applies for Sustainable Energy Europe Awards 2012 SB OFF E R takes part in the Award Competition focusing on the Fascination OFFSHORE exhibition more Offshore wind farms as part of the Baltic Sea Region energy market published in Ecoregion Perspectives on Sustainable Energy and Transportation Systems pp 35 37 November 2011 Darnioji naujadara published in Sustainable Innovation Monthly magazine of Lithuanian Academy of Sciences Science and Technique pp 10 11 2011 12 Vilnius Lithuanian version Set up of one of the world s largest offshore wind farms in Södra Midsjöbanken Sweden Some 100 kilometers off the southeastern coast of Sweden 180 230 wind turbines are to be installed with a total capacity of 700 megawatts Read more here German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation and Risø DTU represented SB OFF E R at EWEA Offshore 2011 event Fellow project Wind energy in the Baltic Sea Region 2 published study Obstacles for Wind Energy Development due to EU Legislation Large attendance in travelling exhibition Fascination Offshore Number of visitors available Cross border business event Wind Energy Day in Rostock Over 220 national and international industry representatives met in the Hanseatic city of Rostock to find out more about projects and developments in wind energy on May 4 2011 more 2nd local network meeting in Sweden Participation of SB OFF E R partners in related South Baltic Programme project Sustainable RES Chains SB OFF E R in Swedish Media Swedish media articles about the project South Baltic OFF E R more Offshore wind energy R D and local initiatives Here you can download the presentation given by Risø DTU during the 2nd Offshore Summit in Rostock September 2010 more First

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  • Calendar/Events
    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 Wind Energy Poll Please fill in questionnaire Map showcasing offshore wind energy projects in the South Baltic available for download Download map PDF 543 KB Offshore Wind TV Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH Schweriner Str 10 11 D 18069 Rostock Phone

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  • Reports & studies
    North Sea Region Lecture notes for a short course on the ideal atmospheric boundary layer and its characteristics for different types of real boundary layers aiming at a discussion of the coastal conditions at the Southern Baltic and North Sea region The notes are aimed at young scientists e g PhD students that study the physics of the atmospheric boundary layer with the purpose of applying this knowledge for remote sensing techniques within offshore wind energy Download document PDF 1 6 MB The Impact of Offshore Wind Energy on Tourism Good Practices and Perspectives for the South Baltic Region Offshore Wind Farms and Tourism Potentials in Guldborgsund Municipality Download document 5 3 MB Qualification requirement study Offshore Wind Energy The study provides information on actual needs loopholes and challenges of qualification in the offshore wind power sector in the South Baltic Region more Download Manual for potential investors interested in offshore areas of the South East Baltics available Final Brochure Offshore Wind Energy in the South Baltic Region Challenges Opportunities Download document 15 8 MB Drivers and barriers the implementation and development of offshore wind energy as a challenge for the private and political sector The case of the network

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  • Interactive features
    involved in the offshore wind industry in the South Baltic area in order to allow industry and stakeholders to gain a full and easy overview where different parts of the supply chain could be sourced South Baltic Business Cluster Map Join us Offshore Knowledge Toolbox more Economic Feasibility Tool OWEM2 Offshore Wind Park Economic Model Offshore Wind TV Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH Schweriner Str 10 11

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  • Events
    strengthening links between industry and education Offshore Wind Summer School at Risø DTU 19 22 September 2011 Roskilde Denmark Launch of cross border offshore wind energy road show April 2012 Klaipeda Marketing OWE career opportunities in Sölvesborg and Karlskrona May 2012 Strengthening links between OWI and higher education 31 May 2012 Klaipeda Offshore Wind Energy Road Show continues June 2012 Rostock Crash course summer school in Klaipeda September 2012 Road Show and Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy October 2012 Gda sk Business academic seminar December 2012 Gda sk Interactive model of wind farms in Gda sk Business trip Offshore Poland Tour 2013 13 14 March 2013 Warsaw Poland Agenda Presentation Brochure Co operation of Polish and German companies in offshore wind energy Final Conference 24 25 April 2013 Rostock Germany Conference documentation Agenda Presentations Workshop Offshore Wind Energy Offshore Wind Energy in the Southern Baltic Sea State of the art challenges and prospects in Sweden Denmark Poland Lithuania and Germany Andreas Wagner Stiftung OFFSHORE WINDENERGIE Overview of current state of the art of offshore wind energy in Denmark Morten Basse Jensen Offshore Center Danmark State of the art challenges and perspectives in Lithuania Nerijus Blažauskas Coastal Research and Planning Institute Klaipeda University Windpower Offshore Sweden From steady gound to deep water Lennart Värmby Ministry of Enterprise Energy and Communications Presentations Workshop SB OFF E R Welcome and presentation of the South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Vision Christian Weiß and Gert Proba Rostock Business Lead Beneficiary Co operation in the South Baltic From present to future Thorsten Kohlisch Head of JTS Highlights of a three year cooperation Achievements and experiences from a partner point of view Drivers and barriers the implementation and development of offshore wind energy as a challenge for the private and political sector The case of the

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  • Public relations
    offshore wind energy Fascination Offshore A public acceptance initiative for offshore wind energy Brochure focusing on local business development around Stubbekøbing Harbour DK Information brochure Lolland Falster Offshore Windfarms SAR Based Wind Resource Statistics in the Baltic Sea Paper worked out by Project Partner Risø DTU published in Remote Sensing open access journal about the science and application of remote sensing technology more South Baltic OFF E R represented with a poster at EWEA 2011 SB OFF E R represented at EWEA Offshore 2011 event Here you can download the poster as well as the description about the touring exhibition Fascination Offshore Please click here to download the presentation Winds in the South Baltic Sea Working towards a wind atlas Offshore wind farms as part of the Baltic Sea Region energy market published in Ecoregion Perspectives on Sustainable Energy and Transportation Systems pp 35 37 November 2011 Polish and Lithuanian project partners contributed to the January edition of the Offshore WIND magazine Here you can find the article Potentials of offshore wind energyin the Baltic Sea more Offshore Windenergie in der südlichen Ostsee Schiff Hafen März 2013 Nr 3 p 82 Offshore Wind TV Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology

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