On the 21st of September, Jörgen Held visited Ola Solér, environmental strategist at the Regional Authority of Scania to discuss the possibility for the Regional Authority of Scania to join the application to the South Baltic Sea Programme.
The proposed activities are well in line with the Biogas Roadmap of Scania (Skånes Färdplan för Biogas).
The project consortium is made up by six partners from all five countries eligible for funding through the South Baltic Sea Programme.
Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR), Germany – lead partner Baltic Energy Innovation Centre, Sweden
Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Lithuanian Energy Institute, Lithuania
Roskilde University, Denmark
Rostock University, Germany
In addition several stakeholders are involved either as subcontractors or Associated Partners. Among them municipalities and public bodies in all five countries and industrial partners ensuring a partnership in line with the triple-helix model.
On the 31st of August and 1st of September the BASIC Biogas project partners had a meeting at the Fedral Ministry for Food and Agriculture (BMEL) in Berlin.
During the meeting the structure and content of the application to the South Baltic Sea Programme was discussed in detail as well as the roles and responsabilities of the partners.
From left: Aske Palsberg, Roskilde University, Andrius Tamosiunas, Lithuanian Energy Institute, Robert Aranowski and Jan Hupka, Gdansk University of Technology, Frank Scholwin, Rostock University, Michal Jasiulewicz, Koszalin University of Technology, Christiane Volkmann, Fachagentur Nachwaschende Rohstoffe and Jörgen Held, Baltic Energy Innovation Centre. Photo: Vincent Pelikan, Fachagentur Nachwaschende Rohstoffe.