About the Project - DEEP-SEA

PRJ – DEEP-SEA (local)

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/ SO 4.1
DEEP-SEA

Development of Energy Efficiency Planning and Services for the Mobility of Adriatic MARINAs

START DATE

01.01.2019

END DATE

30.06.2022

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 2.511.567,50

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area

LEAD PARTNER

Aries Special Agency Venezia Giulia Chamber of Commerce

TARGET GROUPS

General public

Local, regional and national public authorities

Regional development agencies

Enterprises, transport operators including operators of multimodal logistics hubs, infrastructure providers

Transport associations

Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes

DEEP-SEA aims to tackle the problems of predominant single-modality land transport
(cars), highly polluting maritime transport (motor boats with endothermic engines) and
limited integration of mobility services offered in the sector described above. The
project, through the development of a model, based on a strong scientific knowledge
and tested on field , wants to support marinas operators (MOs) and PAs in planning
and implementing sustainable mobility. Planning will increase the offer of energy
efficient mobility services, mainly e-mobility and shared mobility, and will lead marinas
to tackle the increasing demand of ECS for e-boats.

F&F – deep-sea

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Aries Special Agency Venezia Giulia Chamber of Commerce

PIAZZA DELLA BORSA 14

Trieste - Italy

http://www.aries.ts.camcom.it/


Aries, in-house company of the Chamber of Commerce Venezia Giulia, carryies out economic activities on its behalf, with the aim of implementing activities in support of the SME’s growth. Start ups activities, internazionalization services, promotional events and fairs organisation are instrumental to the development and management of territorial cooperation projects, focusing, among others, on the valorization of coastal areas, maritime&nautical sector, fisheries/acquaculture, transport.


Contact person: Sabina Drandich

E-mail: sabina.drandich@ariestrieste.it

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Trieste - Department of Engineering and Architecture

https://dia.units.it/en


The Department of Engineering and Architecture (DIA) of the University of Trieste carries out research, offers teaching, and scientific and technological support to the industry, in most of the key areas of engineering and architecture. In some particular sectors as transportation and energy, an interdisciplinary research team - which includes researchers from other Departments of the University - has formed over the past years and has been involved in some significant projects.


Contact person: Alessandro Massi Pavan

E-mail: apavan@units.it 

PROJECT PARTNER

Chamber of Commerce of Foggia

https://www.fg.camcom.gov.it


The Chamber of Commerce is an italian public body competent in the province of Foggia, Puglia, Italy: 61 municipalities, over 80.000 companies. In addition to administrative functions and market regulation, it also has promotional functions: initiatives to support the economy and the entrepreneurial system carried out through special agencies to provide services with a high level of specialist expertise, as projects of particular importance for the development of the local territory


Contact person: Pasquale Scapicchio

E-mail: pasquale.scapicchio@fg.camcom.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Province of Foggia

https://www.provincia.foggia.it/


​​​​​​​The Province of Foggia is an autonomous and intermediate territorial entity/authority of a wide area, between the municipalities of the Province of Foggia and the Region of Puglia. It marks its activity on the principles of Constitution, the laws of the State, of the Region, and to those of the European Union and the O.N.U.The Province works for the development of the territory of the Capitanata, enhancing its essential peculiarity of Province.


Contact person: Stefano Biscotti

E-mail: sbiscotti@provincia.foggia.it

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Faculty of Maritime Studies

https://www.pfri.uniri.hr


Faculty of maritime studies is one of the scientific and educational components of the University of Rijeka. The most important aim is to establish and develop appropriate study programmes and to perform scientific research in the multidisciplinary field of Maritime Studies, as well as to work on continuous development and improvement of seafarer's professional education programmes and several Interreg/Erasmus+ projects.


Contact person: Neven Grubišić

E-mail: grubisic@pfri.hr​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

Ponikve Eco Island of Krk

http://www.ponikve.hr


Ponikve eko otok Krk is a public utility for waste management, energy efficiency and sustainable development on the island of Krk. Founded in 1960 with the main business of producing and distributing water, removing and disposing of waste, maintaining cleanliness in commercial premises and managing Greek public areas.It also invested in the production of photovoltaic electricity, in public charging stations for electric vehicles and in the bicycle sharing system, across the island of Krk.


Contact person: Dejan Kosić

E-mail: dean.kosic@ponikve.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Municipality of Malinska-Dubašnica

https://www.malinska.hr


Municipality of Malinska-Dubašnica is a local government authority responsible for conducting of a referendum of self-management issues, local self-government organization and operation of public services, cooperation with other units of local and regional self-governmnet. Municipality of Malinska-Dubašnica acts through single administration department integrating spatial planning, marine domain management, construction and utility services and environmental protection.


Contact person: Ivana Dubrović

E-mail: ivana.dubrovic@malinska.hr​​​​​​​

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Split - Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodes

https://www.gradst.hr


UNIST-FCEAG has a strong experience in the development of organizational solutions and development of energy efficient solutions for coastal and nautical mobility in collaboration with public authorities and mobility services providers. It has 22 departments, 9 laboratories, 6 research centres, and a total of 130 employees with all the necessary experience and knowledge. The Project and Technology Consulting Office was established in order to ensure centralized sound management of all projects.


Contact person: Katarina Rogulj

E-mail: katarina.rogulj@gradst.hr

 

PROJECT PARTNER

Public Institution RERA S.D. for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia County

https://www.rera.hr


PI RERA S.D. is a regional development agency and interdisciplinary institution established by Split-Dalmatia County for the purpose of preparation and implementation of projects related to the regional development. The Institution also undertakes necessary activities that are closely connected to the: - Regional development and competitive economy - Strategy of branding and Strengthening County recognition - Rural tourism development and development of new products in tourism.


Contact person: Marjan Dumanić

E-mail: marjan.dumanic@rera.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

H. L. Dvorac D.O.O

https://www.martinis-marchi.com


H.L. Dvorac d.o.o. is privately owned company that manage and operates Heritage Hotel and Marina under the brand name Martinis Marchi in village Maslinica, on island of Šolta in Croatia. Whole property is cultural heritage protected by the Ministry of culture of Republic of Croatia. During 22nd Tourism Flower - Quality for Croatia event organised by Croatian National Tourist Board and Croatian Chamber of Economy, Marina Martinis Marchi won the title "Best small marina".


Contact person: Ivan Kuret

E-mail: ivan.kuret@martinis-marchi.com​​​​​​​

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