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Project: Energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions in Kaliningrad Oblast RENSOL

Energy efficiency and renewable energy solutions in Kaliningrad Oblast RENSOL

Lead Partner: Baltic Development Forum

The project is funded by the Delegation of the European Union to the Russian Federation, Non-State Actors and Local Authorities Programme for the Baltic Sea Region (within the framework of priorities of the Northern Dimension). Project duration is 27 months and overall budget 450.000 EUR.

Project will be launched o1 February 2012. Lead Partner of the project is Baltic Development Forum (BDF) and the Northern Dimension Institute (NDI) holds a partner status by providing academic expertise in energy efficiency and renewable energy resources and participating in project coordination. Altogether seven partners are involved in the project: BDF, Lappeenranta University of Technology/Northern Dimension Institute, Finland, the Municipality of Oskarshamn, Sweden/Union of Baltic Cities Energy Commission, Kaliningrad Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Russia, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Russia, Kaliningrad Environmental Centre for Administration and Technology, and the Nordic Council of Ministers Information Office in Kaliningrad. NDI’s main role in the project is to build awareness and knowledge through identification of energy efficient and renewable energy solutions in Finland, Sweden and Denmark and adapting them to Kaliningrad context.

Tags: Environment, Russia, Baltic Sea Region, Project

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