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01 March 2019

Project kick-off meeting in Kaunas

On 28th February – 1st March 2019, representatives of the BalticBiomass4Value project partners and associated organisations gathered in Kaunas (Lithuania) to kick-start the project.

The BalticBiomass4Value project brought an opportunity to build the transnational partnership representing 8 countries of the Baltic Sea Region to support the replacement of fossil fuels with renewable biomass based energy sources and to promote innovative circular bioeconomy production approaches. The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme allowed the Baltic-Nordic network of organisations from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Sweden and Norway working together in other sustainable bioeconomy development initiatives to start cooperation with relevant institutions from Germany, Poland and the Russian Federation.

The triple helix model of innovation is firmly established in the BalticBiomass4Value project, since the partnership includes academic and research institutions, sectoral agencies, competence centres, business associations and utility companies, national and regional public authorities.

Photos: Deimena Montvydaitė

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