BASE – Baltic Sea Biogas Alliance

    Ongoing / Environment

    The biogas industry has never been hotter. We constantly hear about investments in new refuelling stations, new car and truck models, gas-powered cars that are allowed in proposed green zones, the shift between natural gas and biogas, and companies and public organisations that are becoming fossil-free.

    We are in the beginning stages of a transition to a circular society, where biogas plays a natural and crucial role as part of the local ecocycle. We are facing a global climate challenge that is permeating Swedish society. A change of energy sources is taking place. This BASE partnership has taken into account multi-level governance and includes both public and private organisations at various levels, with complementary skills and experience to establish a strong and competitive alliance in the Baltic Sea area. Some of the participating organisations have long and extensive experience, while others are just starting to establish functioning facilities. All in all, the project will promote the transition to a circular economy and a sustainable region, and will address a common challenge by improving the biogas-related expertise of each partner.

    The purpose of this project is to improve the biogas-related capacity and expertise of the participating organisations. The goal is also to establish a strong and competitive alliance.

    Project period: 15 August 2019 – 30 June 2020

    Partners and financiers

    Partners: Krinova Incubator & Science Park (Sweden), EU Office Skåne Nordost (Sweden), Vidzeme Planning Region (Latvia), Klaipeda University (Lithuania), Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic (Poland) and the Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Ukraine).

    Personal på Krinova

    Karl-Erik Grevendahl

    KrinovaENVIRONMENT

    Tobias Borrström

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    More than 100 tenants at Krinova

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    Food-related companies in the food community

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    More than 500 companies have received innovation and development support