Increased use of green technologies in order to decrease the pollution discharges in the South Baltic area

EFRE (ETZ A, grenzübergreifend)


Die nachfolgenden Inhalte stammen aus dem Kooperationsprogramm "Interreg V-A SOUTH BALTIC (PL-DK-DE-LT-SE)" (Version 1.3).


Actions to increase the use of green technologies by South Baltic area stakeholders benefiting from cross-border cooperation will be supported.


Siehe Maßnahmentitel


Daten-, Informationsgrundlagen, Demonstrations-, Modell- und Pilotvorhaben, Produktentwicklung, Markteinführung, Strategieentwicklung, Konzept-, Teilkonzepterstellung, Vernetzung, Kooperation, Wissenstransfer


Exemplary types of beneficiaries:

  • Local and regional authorities and their associations.
  • Public or private (having either public or non-profit character) companies dealing with communal and municipal environmental and energy management (such as waste and water, heating, air protection).
  • Formal associations, clusters and networks of SMEs (having legal personality).
  • Chambers of commerce, business development agencies and other business support and finance organisations.
  • NGOs active in the environmental protection and management sector.
  • Schools, higher education and R&D institutions.
  • Cooperatives of farmers and residents (having legal personality).
  • European Groupings of Territorial Cooperation.


Hinweis: Bitte klären Sie die Förderfähigkeit Ihrer Institution frühzeitig mit den für die Förderung verantwortlichen Ansprechpartnern.

Förderfähige Gebietskulisse

In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern die Landkreise: Nordwestmecklenburg, Rostock, Vorpommern-Rügen, Vorpommern-Greifswald und die kreisfreie Stadt Rostock.


Kooperationsmöglichkeiten bestehen mit Dänemark, Schweden, Litauen und Polen. Bitte prüfen Sie im Kooperationsprogramm (KP, CP), S. 2, welche Teilräume der Staaten förderfähig sind.

Art der Unterstützung

Nicht rückzahlbarer Zuschuss


Exemplary actions:

  • Developing, demonstrating and implementing small-scale green technology investments (pilot projects) in waste management, water management, heating, air protection, production of energy from renewable sources and renewable energy storage.
  • Developing and testing of innovative cross-border solutions aiming at improving and coordinating sustainable energy networks (e.g. development and reorganisation of smart grids, virtual power plants, heating supply, integration of storage, maritime transmission grids).
  • Joint cross-border studies, strategies and action plans to mitigate water and air pollution in the South Baltic area through the application of innovative green technologies.
  • Elaboration and testing of common cross-border standards in waste and water management, heating and air protection by public entities, incooperation with universities, research centres, companies and cooperatives of farmers and residents.
  • Development and testing of innovative cross-border solutions aimed at decreasing the outflows of nutrients from small and diffuse sources in catchment areas.
  • Elaboration of green policy strategies and patterns to overcome challenges and mobilise regional opportunities for renewable energies and energy efficiency, including models for cooperation with energy service companies on comprehensive energy solutions.
  • Capacity building actions, transfer of knowledge and exchange of experiences about innovative green technology solutions to improve efforts of different actors to protect the water and air environment, contingency planning and promoting resource efficiency.


Beyond regular and small-scale cross-border cooperation projects, the Monitoring Committee may decide to co-finance strategic projects under this measure, i.e. projects that have a tangible impact on a significant part of the SBP area. Furthermore, there may be support for seed money activities, defined as drafting activities for a project concept, which can be further developed into an application to the SBP.


Hinweis: Weitere förderrelevante Informationen zur Maßnahme finden Sie im Kooperationsprogramm ab S. 47.


Public institutions and equivalent public entities in the South Baltic area.

Zentrale Zuwendungsvoraussetzungen

Es werden nur solche Projekte unterstützt, bei denen Projektpartner aus mindestens zwei Teilnehmerländern zusammenarbeiten. Weitere Hinweise hierzu erhalten Sie auf der Homepage des South Baltic Programmes.


Projects will be submitted within dedicated calls for proposals. The rules for the submission of applications as well as the assessment and selection procedures will be described in the Programme Manual (Handbuch).


Weitere Hinweise zur Antragstellung finden Sie auf der Homepage des Interreg South Baltic.


Projects will be selected based on their ability to:

  • Contribute to the delivery of the specific objectives and achievement of SBP indicators.
  • Address the problems to be tackled in a way that justifies cross-border actions.
  • Demonstrate solutions, technologies and approaches to the problems identified that are innovative (i.e. are not executed by the beneficiaries involved on a routine basis) and that are planned, designed and implemented in a cross-border partnership.
  • Achieve durable and replicable outcomes (possible to be transferred to other geographical areas of the SBP).
  • Contribute to the sustainable development.
  • Promote equal opportunities and non-discrimination.
  • Encourage equality between men and women.


The contribution of the project proposals in fulfilling the goals of the EUSBSR (EU strategy for the baltic sea region) will also be assessed.


Start der Maßnahme: 01.01.2014

Ende der Maßnahme: 31.12.2023


Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften Energiewende und Klimaschutz


  • Ökologisch nachhaltige Produkte, Dienstleistungen, Verfahren, Unternehmen und Infrastrukturen
  • Energieeffizienz, Energiemanagement und Energieeinsparung
  • Entwicklung integrierter Energie-/Klimaschutzkonzepte
  • Sonstige Klimaschutz-/CO₂-Einsparmaßnahmen

Stand: Juli 2021