- Current use
- Case studies
- Planning for renewables
The South Baltic Region project RES-Chains is a cooperation between five countries: Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden.
RES-Chains aims at identifying sustainable renewable energy source chains (RES-Chains) to encourage sustainable development within the South Baltic Region. Our main focus is on biomass, biogas, solar power, wind power and hydro power.
During the project period 2011-2013, we organize seminars and trainings, study trips, photo competitions, information points and exhibitions, as well as write reports on the existing and potential use of renewable energy sources in the South Baltic Region.
Our web page contains findings, documentation as well as interesting reading.
Most welcome to look around and learn more about renewable energy!
RES-Chains partners and other stakeholders have formed a cross-border network within the South Baltic Region. The main focus is on biomass, biogas, solar power, wind power and hydro power through:
-Dissemination of jointly elaborated promotion material on RES-Chains issues
-Supporting each other with advice, consultancy and exchange of know-how
-Taking part in the regular international exchanges between the network members
-Development and implementation of joint regional, transnational projects
-Providing expertise for provincial, national, and regional authorities when required
-Extending the network by involving valuable new parties
Contact: Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden