As the result of the 1st regular call for proposals, 11 projects have been selected for funding by the Monitoring Committee (MC) of the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2021-2027.
On 21th and 22nd June 2023 in Køge, in Denmark, the delegates selected for funding the following projects:
PRIORITY 1 - Innovative South Baltic
• Programme Measure 1.1 Digitalising the region
AMBeR Advanced Modeling of Baltic cancer e-caRe (AMBeR) Department of Oncology, Zealand University Hospital DK CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATION - COmpeteNceS - Inclusive Digital grEen tRAnsformaTION Roskilde University DK T.A.B T.A.B - Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art and Business Blue Science Park SE
• Programme Measure 1.2 Building connectivity of the region through internationalisation
BBU Baltic Biking UPGRADE Pomorska Regionalna Organizacja Turystyczna PL
PRIORITY 2 - Sustainable South Baltic
• Programme Measure 2.1 Supporting transition towards green energy
DigiTechPort2030 DigiTechPort2030 – Decarbonisation of Small Ports' Ecosystems for Efficient Environmental and Energy Management towards South Baltic Fit for 55 Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design DE BIOSOLFarm BIOSOLFarm - "South baltic farms - an essential part of renewable energy systems" Gdańsk University of Technology PL
• Programme Measure 2.2 Promoting sustainable use of water
LIMIT Innovative concepts for sustainable water treatment targeting PFAS and other critical micropollutants from point sources in the South Baltic Sea area - LIMIT Lund University, Department of Chemical Engineering SE
• Programme Measure 2.3 Supporting a circular and more resource efficient development
COP Circular Ocean-bound Plastic (COP) CLEAN Cluster DK RELOOPED Retail ReLooped BOFA DK AquaLoop AquaLoop: Aquaculture expert floor for circular economy practice University of Rostock DE ECONUT Eco-designing for the coastal zone nutrient's circularity (ECONUT) Klaipeda University LT
Total eligible budget of the projects selected for funding by the Monitoring Committee in the 1st call for proposals is 22,320,068.51 EUR.