About the Project - COASTENERGY

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COASTENERGY

Blue Energy in ports and coastal urban areas

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

31.12.2021

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.827.670

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

1.1: Enhance the framework conditions for innovation in the relevant sectors of the blue economy within the cooperation area

LEAD PARTNER

Irena - Istrian Regional Energy Agency Ltd.

TARGET GROUPS

Local, regional and national public authorities


Universities, technology transfer institutions, research institutions


SMEs


NGOs, associations, innovazion agencies, business incubators


General public

The overall objective of COASTENERGY is to foster the creation of a favorable environment for business initiatives in the Blue Energy sector and promote the realization of coastal blue energy systems in the Programme area, particularly focusing on wave and thermal energy converters to be integrated in structures such as breakwaters, marinas, etc. These initiatives must be informed and designed to guarantee the full preservation of marine ecosystems and the landscape, and also comply with the needs of other maritime activities such as fishing, aquaculture, tourism, and shipping. The project will adopt a participatory approach, gathering and involving Quadruple Helix actors in a multi-level network for the development of a common roadmap and the deployment of coastal blue energy systems in pilot areas.

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Irena - Istrian Regional Energy Agency Ltd.

RUDARSKA 1

Labin - Croatia

http://www.irena-istra.hr


IRENA was founded in 2009 by the County of Istria as an independent, non-profit organization providing advisory services to local decision makers, households and citizens on energy issues. IRENA’s main activities include: promoting energy efficiency, use of RES and cogeneration, implementing national and local energy programmes and strategies, elaborating energy action plans, implementing and monitoring sustainable energy management in all public buildings.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Nikola Petrić

E-mail: nikola.petric@irena-istra.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Development Agency of the City of Dubrovnik - DURA

http://www.dura.hr/


DURA is a professional, non-profit organization founded by the City of Dubrovnik. It provides services concerning the preparation of project proposals to public institutions, SMEs, civil associations, and all interested stakeholders. By implementing its activities, DURA acts as a liaison between the City, its institutions and other local stakeholders able to support local development and growth. All projects prepared by DURA are implemented in cooperation with the City of Dubrovnik.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Thea Soldo

E-mail: tsoldo@dura.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

International Centre for Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems – Sdewes Centre

http://www.sdewes.org


SDEWES Centre is a non-government and a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide a wider platform for communication and exchange of ideas between scientists and researchers, promoting a multidisciplinary approach to sustainability. SC acts as an international think-tank where new ideas and perspectives arise. SC has more than 150 members from 50 countries, including experts, professors, scientists, students and businessmen in the field of sustainable development.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Nikola Matak

E-mail: nikola.matak@fsb.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Camerino

https://www.unicam.it/


Established in the XIV century, UNICAM is a public university since 1958. The School of Science and Technology is one of its 5 schools. Its current research activities include Production and accumulation of energy, Development of new materials, Green Chemistry, Study of mathematical models for business development, and Development of innovative SW for public administrations and businesses. MS Courses are part of an International Consortium of leading EU universities.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Maria Chiara Invernizzi

E-mail: chiara.invernizzi@unicam.it

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Udine

https://www.uniud.it/it/ateneo-uniud/ateneo-uniud-organizzazione/dipartimenti/dpia


The University of Udine is an Italian Public University founded in 1978, it has more than 15,000 students, 650 researchers and 524 technical and administrative staff. Scientific research is performed by 8 Departments and 9 Research centers. The Department of Engineering and Architecture, specifically the Laboratory of Management Engineering, has the following competences: co-financed project management, business model and sector analysis, data collection and models collection.


Contact person: Verdiana Bulfone

E-mail: labgest@uniud.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Community of Mediterranean Universities

http://www.cmungo.eu/


CMU is a consortium of 160 Mediterranean Universities from more than 20 countries, founded in 1983. In the course of more than 30 years of activities, CMU has maintained an intense rhythm of activities, proven by the number of grants bestowed on young researchers from Mediterranean Universities, the participation in international research projects, the opening of the Mediterranean University Schools.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Francesco Losurdo

E-mail: presidente@cum.uniba.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture and Crafts Chieti Pescara

https://www.chpe.camcom.it/


One of the main goals of the Chamber is to develop and disseminate the culture of entrepreneurship and support the innovation, competitiveness and internationalization of enterprises, as well as the creation of start-ups. To reach this goal, the Chamber has been implementing several thematic projects. The Chamber of Commerce has a well-established network of relationships with local enterprises, and carries out capacity building and training activities addressed to entrepreneurs.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Pia Pohjolainen

E-mail: pia.pohjolainen@chpe.camcom.it

PROJECT PARTNER

City of Ploče

https://ploce.hr/


Town of Ploče carries out a number of operations of local importance for fulfilling citizens' needs, among which urban development, spatial and urban planning, improvement of natural environment and transport. Town of Ploce has experience in the implementation of EU-funded projects such as IPA ADRIATIC 2007-2013, but also projects funded by Croatian Ministries and the World Bank.


​​​​​​​Contact person: Marija Kovač

E-mail: kovacmarija@net.hr

NEWS & EVENTS

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Fourth meeting of the Local Coastal Energy Hub for SDEWES

Published on 05/10/2021 (last modified 22/10/2021)

The fourth meeting of the Local Hub and the second local conference were held by SDEWES Centre as a two-day event on the 4th and 5th of October

On the 4th of October, the fourth meeting of the Local Hub was organized by SDEWES Centre in the Town Hall of Mali Lošinj to discuss the project of installation and the overall economic feasibility of a sea water heat pump serving the Town Hall. The potential funding schemes for the sea water heat pump were also presented during the meeting. On the next day, 5th of October, the second local conference was organized together with OTRA, the local development agency.

During the conference, the COASTENERGY project was presented, including the results from the previous periods and the feasibility study made for the Town Hall of Mali Lošinj. Additional presentations concerned other projects dealing with blue energy potentials and heating and cooling systems, with the Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar presenting the call for funding projects for the installation of sea water heat pumps. Both events were held during the 2nd edition of Clean Energy Days on the islands of Cres and Lošinj.

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COASTENERGY WEBGIS

Visit the COASTENERGY WebGIS

Coastenergy and the Interreg Med Maestrale project share this web platform for the visualization of environmental and spatial planning data related to the Adriatic Sea, as well as data about project stakeholders and case studies.

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