Unlocking the Potential of Bio-based Value Chains in the Baltic Sea Region
The economic viability of using biomass for energy and environmental questions, related to e.g. biodiversity and soil fertility, need to be considered. The project BalticBiomass4Value therefore enhances the capacity of public and private actors within the Baltic Sea region to produce bioenergy in a more environmentally sustainable and economically viable way.
BalticBiomass4Value develops good practice models for small and medium sized enterprises in producing bioenergy and integrated side bio-products in the Baltic Sea region. The models are based on the current mapping of the region’s biomass resources, conversion technologies and value chains, as well as the outlook of the future market.
Last but not least, BalticBiomass4Value fosters links among academic and research institutions and businesses around the Baltic Sea to facilitate knowledge and technology transfer.
- Vytautas Magnus University (lead partner), Lithuania
- Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania, Lithuania
- Forest and Land Owners Association of Lithuania, Lithuania
- Lithuanian Biotechnology Association, Lithuania
- Vidzeme Planning Region, Latvia
- Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Latvia
- Ministry of Rural Affairs of the Republic of Estonia, Estonia
- Estonian Chamber of Agriculture and Commerce, Estonia
- Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia
- Agency for Renewable Resources, Germany
- 3N Lower Saxony Network for Renewable Resources and Bioeconomy, Germany
- State Agency for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
- University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
- Halmstad University, Sweden
- Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Norway
- Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
- Municipal enterprise of the city of Pskov “Gorvodokanal”, Russia