The Department of Waste and Resource Management of the University of Rostock is preparing together with the Linnaeus University and Gdańsk University of Technology a project to promote renewable energy production in agriculture by integrating different energy sources like solar PV and /or the utilization of unused biomass available for heating, hotwater or biogas production. A decentralized energy system and improved energy storage at farm level will result in increased safety in energy supply and food production.
The partners in the seed money project are now hosting in preparation of the project BioSOLFarm - a workshop, searching for potential partners for a regular project. In this 2-day hybrid event, presentations and seminars will present and discuss the current opportunities and challenges for the transition to green energy in the South Baltic region. A study tour will be followed by a final debate to form a consortium and find a common strategy for the future project application in the Interreg South Baltic Program.
The target group for this event are NGOs, policy-relevant organizations, SMEs, municipalities, associations, innovation centers and all other institutions that also contribute to a circular bioeconomy and a more efficient economy.