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8.8 million EUR can be allocated from the Programme funds for project activities in Russia, and 4.4 million EUR of them come from Russian national funding.

Third Call for Project Applications

The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Monitoring Committee met in Tallinn (Estonia) on 18-19 September 2018 to select project applications, which will receive funding within the framework of the Programme. The main outcomes:

  • 114 project applications submitted,
  • 31 project applications selected, 11 of them include Russian partners.

Projects with Russian participation, selected in the third call
by the Monitoring Committee on 18-19 September 2018 (Tallinn)

Specific objective Project acronym Project Title
Priority 1
 1.1  R3.089 CAROTS Commercial Analytical Research Organisations Transnational Strategy
1.2 R3.080 OSIRIS Supporting the Smart Specialization Approach in the Silver Economy to Increase Regional Innovation Capacity and Sustainable Growth
1.3 R3.026 Creative Ports Creative Ports - Internationalisation of the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Baltic Sea Region
1.3 R3.060 Healthy Boost Urban Labs for Better Health for All in the Baltic Sea Region - boosting cross-sectoral cooperation for health and wellbeing in the cities
1.3 R3.170 Balt Se@nioR 2.0 Innovative solutions to support BSR in providing more senior - friendly public spaces due to increased capacity of BSR companies and public institutions
1.3 R3.088 StratKIT Innovative Strategies for Public Catering: Sustainability Toolkit across Baltic Sea Region
Priority 2
2.1 R3.071 DESIRE Development of Sustainable (adaptive) peatland management by Restoration and paludiculture for nutrient retention and other ecosystem services in the Neman river catchment
2.1 R3.074 FanpLESStic-sea FanpLESStic-sea – Initiatives to remove micro-plastics before they enter the sea
2.1 R3.154 CONTRA Baltic Beach Wrack - Conversion of a Nuisance To a Resource and Asset
2.1 R3.017 WATERDRIVE Water driven rural development in the Baltic Sea Region
2.2 R3.104 BalticBiomass4Value Unlocking the Potential of Bio-based Value Chains in the Baltic Sea Region
2.3 R3.208 LUCIA Lighting the Baltic Sea Region - Cities accelerate the deployment of sustainable and smart urban lighting solutions
Priority 3
3.2 R3.057 MARA Mobility and Accessibility in Rural Areas - New approaches for developing mobility concepts in remote areas


Second Call for Project Applications

The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Monitoring Committee met in Helsinki (Finland) on 23-24 May 2017 to select project applications, which will receive funding within the framework of the Programme. The main outcomes:

  • 71 project applications submitted, 
  • 39 project applications selected, 15 of them include Russian partners.

Projects, selected in the second call
by the Monitoring Committee on 23-24 May 2017 (Helsinki)

Specific objective Project acronym Project Title
Priority 1
 1.1  BALTICSATAPPS Speeding up Copernicus Innovation for the BSR Environment and Security
1.1 BSUIN Baltic Sea Underground Innovation Network
1.1 IRIS Improved Results in Innovation Support - transnational exchange and joint development between Innovation Infrastructure Organisations
1.2 SMART-UP BSR Improving smart specialisation implementation of the Baltic Sea Region through orchestrating innovation hubs
1.3 BALTIC SEA FOOD B2B distribution model supporting local food sector in Baltic Sea region rural areas
1.3 CIRCULAR PP Using innovation procurement and capacity building to promote Circular Economy
1.3 INBETS BSR Innovative Business Transfer Models for SMEs in the BSR
1.3 SMARTUP ACCELERATOR SmartUp Accelerator - Innovation Ecosystem to foster consumer cleantech markets in the Baltic Sea Region
Priority 2
2.1 BEST Better Efficiency for Industrial Sewage Treatment
2.1 MANURE STANDARDS Advanced manure standards for sustainable nutrient management and reduced emissions
2.3 ACT NOW Act Now: Action for Energy Efficiency in Baltic Cities
2.3 AREA 21 Baltic Smart City Areas for the 21st century
2.3 LOWTEMP Low Temperature District Heating for the Baltic Sea Region
2.4 BALTICRIM Baltic Sea Region Integrated Maritime Cultural Heritage Management
Priority 3
3.5 CITIES.MULTIMODAL Cities.multimodal – urban transport system in transition towards low carbon mobility
 

First Call for Project Applications

On November 18-19, 2015 the Monitoring Committee selected the first 35 projects within the framework of the Programme (of 78 submitted).


35 Projects of the Programme First Call:

Priority 1. Сapacity for Innovations 
11 projects, including 2 with Russian associated partners

Priority 2. Management of Natural Resources 
13 projects, including 7 with Russian associated partners

Priority 3. Sustainable Transport
10 projects, including 5 with Russian associated partners


14 Projects of the Programme First Call with Russian associated partners:

  1. BSN - Baltic Science Network 
  2. Smart Blue Regions
  3. NonHazCity - Innovative management solutions for minimizing emissions of hazardous substances from urban areas in the Baltic Sea Region
  4. WAMBAF - Water management in Baltic forests
  5. IWAMA - Interactive water management
  6. DAIMON - Decision aid for marine munitions 
  7. BALTIC SLURRY ACIDIFICATION - Reducing nitrogen loss from livestock production by promoting the use of slurry acidification techniques in the Baltic Sea Region
  8. BEA-APP - Baltic energy areas - a planning perspective
  9. BALTIC LINES - Coherent linear infrastructures in Baltic maritime spatial plans
  10. GREEN CRUISE PORT - Sustainable development of cruise port locations
  11. EnviSuM - Environmental impact of low emission shipping: measurements and modelling strategies
  12. NSBCoRe - North Sea Baltic connector of regions
  13. TENTacle - Capitalising on TEN-T core transport network corridors for prosperity, growth and cohesion 
  14. Go LNG - Liquefied Natural Gas value chain for clean shipping, green ports and blue growth in the Baltic Sea Region