Another INTERREG project in the Baltic Sea Region supporting local energy solutions is Baltic ForBio. They just got started with a focus on developing local bioenergy projects that utilise the discards of forestry operations. Their way of doing this? Developing business models, providing technical information as well as helping pilot projects in rural areas to get of the ground. Maybe your community can also benefit more from forestry than you thought! Check out the project on the INTERREG homepage.
The Ministry of Justice, European Affairs, Consumer Protection and Equality in Schleswig-Holstein has published a new info brochure on the INTERREG projects that are active in Schleswig-Holstein. These projects come from:
– INTERREG A: Germany Denmark
– INTERREG B: Baltic Sea Region
– INTERREG B: North Sea Region
– INTERREG Europe
Of course, Co2mmunity features as well! Download the whole brochure here -> Infoheft Interreg_Final to get an overview.
Mona Farnisa (Interreg Volunteer Youth)
& Stefanie Maack have interviewed our
project lead partner Fabian Faller about
Co2mmunity. Read the whole interview titled ‘Power to the People’ on the INTERREG website!