PRJ – SUSPORT(local)
/ SO 4.1
€ 7.1 MLN
The main objective of SUSPORT is to enhance the environmental sustainability and energy efficiency of the ports in the Programme Area through increased institutional cooperation to create the basis for coordinated and permanent governance in the context of port environmental sustainability and energy efficiency at cross-border level, jointly developing action plans and a long-term strategy, increasing coordination and cooperation between ports to strengthen sustainability and competitiveness.
Through SUSPORT, ports of the Programme Area, will be able to share best practices and develop common methodologies for environmental sustainability and energy efficiency, to be tested in concrete pilot actions significantly improving the environmental performance of maritime transport in the whole Programme Area.
SUSPORT - PORT NETWORK AUTHORITY OF THE EASTERN ADRIATIC SEA
Public authorities: local, regional and national
Regional development agencies
Enterprises, transport operators
Education and training organizations, universities and research institutions
Ports of the Programme area do not have a common model of environmental planning and energy efficiency, and adopt mitigation measures in a non-coordinated way, with a non-homogeneous result in terms of environmental protection. SUSPORT intends to strengthen the institutional capacity and cross-border governance of the ports of the Programme Area in this sector, enhancing the environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.
In particular, a model of cross-border plan for environmental sustainability and port energy efficiency will be developed, declined in each port through an ad hoc plan (WP3) which will be tested in concrete pilot actions, with tangible results (WP4). Based on the lessons learnt in WP3 and WP4, the ports of the Program Area will sign a Protocol for the application of a joint cross-border strategy in this area, thus harmonizing the policies in the medium and long term (WP5), with a benefit for the citizens who live in the vicinity and in the municipalities where commercial calls are made. Also, specific recommendations in this sense will be provided to EUSALP, EUSAIR and EUSDR.
No project so far has ever brought together all the ports of the Programme Area, seeking common solutions to common problems, nor has a joint cross-border strategy ever been built.
KEY PROJECT NUMBERS
PORT NETWORK AUTHORITY OF THE EASTERN ADRIATIC SEA
VIA KARL LUDWIG VON BRUCK, 3
TRIESTE - Italy - 00390406732692
The LP-Port of Trieste will coordinate and ensure that the project activities, outputs and expected results are achieved. Also, it will analyse the carbon footprint for the ports of Trieste and Monfalcone and develop an action plan for the reduction of CO2. Besides, it will implement pilot actions which will concretely contribute to the reduction of GHG emissions, e.g. the replacement of port lighting systems with LEDs, purchase of an electric vehicle, project design for onshore power supply.
Contact person: Alberto Cozzi
CONSORZIO DI SVILUPPO ECONOMICO DEL FRIULI
The Consorzio di Sviluppo Economico del Friuli (COSEF) is a public entity managing the areas of the Port of Porto Nogaro. Within SUSPORT, COSEF will analyse the CO2 equivalent emissions caused by port-related activities and draft an action plan to reduce them in the medium and long term. Also, it will replace the existing port lighting system with LED technology and refurbish port buildings increasing the port’s energy efficiency and concretely contributing to reducing GHG emissions.
Contact person: Emiliano Conchin
INTERMODAL TRANSPORT CLUSTER
Intermodal Transport Cluster (KIP) is a non profit org founded in 2005 as a Croatian Shortsea Promotion Centre on the initiative of the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and infrastructure. KIPs main activities are promotion of intermodality, R&D projects, the informatisation of intermodal transport service, the promotion of renewable energy sources, environmental protection and energy efficiency. KIP has vast experience regarding EU and national project management. KIPs role in the SUSPORT is WP3.
Contact person: Lari Lenhard
PORT OF ZADAR AUTHORITY
The pilot action of the Port of Zadar concerns renewable energy production and has the following components: installation of photovoltaic system for port lightening, installation of solar thermal system and installation of energy storage system for night consumption: Energy storage systems are an essential part of the renewable power generation system. To supply a smooth output power to the power grid, energy storage systems are installed to the power generation system.
Contact person: Marijeta Kalanj-Jelavić
SPLIT PORT AUTHORITY
Split Port Authority is a non-profit institution, established with the purpose of managing, building and using the Port of Split. With annual turnover of 5,5 mln passengers and 820.000 vehicles, the Port is one of the biggest ports in the Adriatic. Split Port Authority has been continuously investing in port infrastructure, with the aim of providing excellent conditions and services in passenger traffic, as well as increasing the competitiveness of its cargo port and freight traffic.
Contact person: Ana Matulić
PLOČE PORT AUTHORITY
PPA will contribute with Analysis of energy efficiency of main building and with Analysis concerning sustainability of maritime transport. PPA will replace lighting systems which is located at two port locations and will achieve significant savings and higher safety measures. Mobile environment protection barriers will be purchased to increase safety. For Data Centar new cooling systems will be delivered and smart sensors to control and measure concentrations of noise, air, and water quality.
Contact person: Željko Vlahović
DUBROVNIK PORT AUTHORITY
DPA will replace existing port lightning. Through the project we are planning to exchange 122 lighting fixtures, from witch 87 pieces of LED lamps and 87 pieces of LED reflectors. Total installed power of 122 pieces of LED lamps and reflectors after replacement will be 36,62 kW, what is reduction for 39,05kW (app. 52%) according to currently installed port lightning system. In a yearly period saving of electricity I total will be 160125kWh (from 310263 kWh to 150,138 kWh).
Contact person: Kristina Laptalo
DUBROVNIK NERETVA COUNTY
SUSPORT will include changes contucted by the Port authorities of Ploče and Dubrovnik. Both will replace the existing lighting in the port area with LED lighting, and also in Ploče, protective barriers and sensors and a new energy efficient A/C system will be installed.Dubrovnik-Neretva Region will procure an energy-efficient vehicle and the results of the project will be promoted through the development of a cross-border joint strategy on environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.
Contact person: Luka Vidak
NORTH ADRIATIC SEA PORT AUTHORITY – PORTS OF VENICE AND CHIOGGIA
The North Adriatic Sea Port Authority,ports of Venice and Chioggia develops specific actions among which the purchase of two electric cars and further interventions for a better energy efficiency and environmental sustainability,according to the recently approved Environment and Energy Planning Scheme,Specifically it is forsen the LED lighting system implementation in the port areas of S.Andrea and San Basilio,with a Co2 emission saving of 125 ton every year.
Contact person: Silvia Baldassin
VENICE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Venice International University is an international consortium that manages research training and academic activities.The VIU Sustainable Logistics Unit deals with transport, logistics and supply chain management; it has developed significant networks and participations in EU projects on territorial analyses; strategic scenarios; assessing needs on sustainable transport. VIU contribution in SUSPORT is on cross-border planning of port environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.
Contact person: Lucia Di Gioia
INSTITUTE FOR TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS FOUNDATION
In SusPort Project, ITL drafts a model of action plan, by which each Partner (PP) identifies measures for sustainability and energy efficiency to be realized in medium and long term to tackle challenges assessed in the territorial needs assessments.ITL elaborates a methodology for evaluating pilot actions of each PP, a concrete way to improve the role of ports as green gateways for freight flows.Then ITL elaborates a final assessment at cross-border level, based on final reports from each PP.
Contact person: Irene Sabbadini
PORT OF RAVENNA AUTHORITY
The Port of Ravenna is one of the main Italian ports. Port of Ravenna Authority operates to coordinate, promote and control the port activities, administers the State’s assets, provides for the construction of infrastructures and for the common areas maintenance. It is committed in strengthening the port development in a sustainable way. Within SUSPORT, the Port of Ravenna Authority will develop and test systems to reduce the carbon footprint of its activities, by using renewable energies.
Contact person: Francesco Magagnoli
CENTRAL ADRIATIC PORTS AUTHORITY
The Central Adriatic Ports Authority contributes to SUSPORT main objective of enhancing sustainability and energy efficiency in the Adriatic area. It will implement studies and project design to support investments on onshore power supply at the port of Ancona, in line with the measures already adopted to improve the air quality of port activities. SUSPORT will also allow us to implement the state of the art of the carbon footprint.
Contact person: Elena Montironi
SPECIAL AGENCY OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CHIETI PESCARA
ASVI, within the SUSPORT project, aims at enhancing the competitiveness of the regional innovation ecosystem by contributing in investing on environmental resilience standards and monitoring. A pilot test will be carried out in the port of Ortona targeting accessible, resilient and environmental-friendly south-eastern transit ports, leading to ASVI’s main achievement, namely the definition of a cross-border strategy for enhancing port environmental sustainability and energy efficiency
Contact person: Andrea Mighiu
SOUTHERN ADRIATIC SEA PORT AUTHORITY (PORTS OF BARI, BRINDISI, MANFREDONIA, BARLETTA AND MONOPOLI)
Enhancement of PCS Gaia in order to improve the energy sustainability of maritime and multimodal transport in the port area through the device of sensors in the ports and their management, acquisition of environmental information, dashboard representation of data in real time, temporal and historical information for all the ports of ADSPMAM, consultation of archived data with data analysis, extraction and interpolation tools, import of data on ship traffic and vehicles moving in port.
Contact person: Evangelia Piteni
RIJEKA PORT AUTHORITY
This pilot project would cover the lighting of all port areas that serve as public areas. The design must comply with the existing norms (EU norms such as EN 13201, UNI 10819) and anticipate effective public lighting management, cost and public lighting consumption control as well as regular maintenance. In addition to the renewal and significant reduction of electricity consumption for public lighting, we would also build a charging station for electric vehicles on the Rijeka breakwater
Contact person: Tvrtko Tomljenović
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