An example for energy efficient renovation: new Town Hall in Roskilde, Denmark
Biogas buses in the public transportation – for more energy autonomy in the region.
Energy cluster column at the Baltic Sea Region Programme Conference in Lilleström, Norway 19-20 Sept 2012

Cluster: Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources

In the thematic clusters partners from different projects share knowledge and experience. Together partners make stakeholders aware of the project achievements and change the political agenda.
Limited resources and climate change call for sustainable and energy-efficient solutions in the Baltic Sea Region

Partners from eight projects combine expertise in renewable energies, sustainable technologies, resource saving in buildings and energy efficiency in urban context. Technologies and energy saving procedures already exist - the cluster is introducing them to politicians and stakeholders.

Contact: Mr Klaus Rückert
Tel: +49 30 314 218 45
E-mail: office@energy-cluster.info

The following projects joined the cluster:

  • Longlife - Sustainable, energy efficient and resource saving residential buildings with consideration of unified procedures and new and adapted technologies
  • REMOWE - Regional Mobilizing of Sustainable Waste-to-Energy Production
  • Urb.Energy - Energy Efficient and Integrated Urban Development Action
  • Bioenergy Promotion - The Baltic Sea Region Bioenergy Promotion Project
  • Bioenergy Promotion 2 - from strategies to activities
  • Baltic Biogas Bus - Increase the use of biogas buses in public transport to reduce the emissions in urban areas in the Baltic Sea Region
  • PEA - Public Energy Alternatives - Sustainable energy strategies as a chance for regional development
  • SPIN - Sustainable Production through Innovation in Small and Medium sized Enterprises
  • COOL Bricks - Climate Change, Cultural Heritage & Energy Efficient Monuments