Programme fact sheet

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This fact sheet is meant to provide those working with Interreg Programmes with compact, up to date information. It should be useful to, e.g. members of the Monitoring Committee, the national sub-committees, the European Commission, stakeholders of the EUSBSR, other Interreg Programmes, INTERACT and funding advisors. This fact sheet was prepared by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat. The MA/JS is happy to receive feedback and provide further assistance: info@interreg-baltic.eu

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  1. 1. 2014 - 2020 One of 15 transnational Interreg Programmes interreg-baltic.eu Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat: Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH) Cooperation around the Baltic Sea Funding cooperation for a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea Region Berlin | Brandenburg | Bremen | Hamburg | Mecklenburg- Vorpommern | Schleswig-Holstein | Lüneburg/Niedersachsen north western regions August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu € 278.6 MILLION to find joint solutions to common problems ERDF – European Regional Development Fund ENI – European Neighbourhood Instrument NOR – Norwegian national funding 263.8 ERDF | 8.8 ENI | 6.0 NOR plus national co-financing  about € 344.7 million total Programme volume
  2. 2. organisations from different countries Minimum partnership 3 At the core of the Programme: Developing the Baltic Sea Region NATURAL RESOURCES Clear waters Renewable energy Energy efficiency Blue growth EU STRATEGY SUPPORT Seed money Support of PACs & HALs Targeted support & EUSBSR forums INNOVATION Research & innovation infrastructures Smart specialisation Non- technological innovation TRANSPORT Interoperability Accessibility Maritime Safety Shipping Urban mobility 111.0 111.0 86.0 16.4 Stimulating cooperation between local | regional | national level public authorities research & training institutions sectoral agencies & associations NGOs | enterprises Co-financing rates MILLION € TOTAL INVESTMENT Programme funding + expected project co-financing up to 50 % up to 75 % up to 85 % up to 85 % (t.b.d.) August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu
  3. 3. 35projects approved * Preliminary figures before contract signature to create change for a better region Concept notes submitted 282 Concept notes selected 81 Project applications submitted 78 Projects selected 35 Application process in numbers Funds allocated to projects vs. funds available* Priority 2: Natural resources Priority 1: Innovation Priority 3: Transport Funds available Funds allocated August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu
  4. 4. 506 partners involved in approved projects* 0 8 67 36 9 53 146 5 21 32 34 58 37 EGTC International organisation, EEIG Interest groups including NGOs Business support organisation Large enterprise Small and medium enterprise Higher education and research institution Education/training centre and school Sectoral agency Infrastructure and public service provider National public authority Regional public authority Local public authority 36 44 69 82 43 55 11 66 87 0 1 1 2 1 1 7 Number of project partners by type of organisation Countries around the Baltic Sea work together * Preliminary figures before contract signature Partners outside the Programme area Partners in the Programme area August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu
  5. 5. EUSBSR flagships funded – creating change for a better region 25 projects with flagship status € 87 MILLION invested in creating change total budget incl. national co-financing ERDF: € 66.6 MILLION Details at www.interreg-baltic.eu/eusbsr August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu Baltic Science Network Baltic-InteGrid EMMA TENTacle NSB CoRe Scandria®2Act Baltic Slurry Acidification ChemSAR
  6. 6. August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu Interreg Baltic Sea Region - funding cooperation The overall objective of the Programme is to strengthen integrated territorial development and cooperation for a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea Region. The Programme promotes transnational cooperation and integration by projects addressing common challenges and opportunities of the region. The Programme exploits opportunities and addresses issues which cannot sufficiently be dealt with by single countries. Challenges and opportunities that require a joint response by partners from several countries from the Baltic Sea Region include improving the environmental status of Baltic waters or using the export potential of green maritime technologies. The Programme invests in strengthening the institutional capacities of participating authorities, institutions and companies. The aim is to improve their ability to benefit from joint work and cooperation beyond borders. The Programme will contribute to Europe 2020, the European Union’s ten-year growth strategy to transfer the EU into a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. Furthermore, the Programme helps to implement the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR). It finances seed money and flagship projects and pro- vides support to strategy governance and annual fora, i.e. to Priority Area Coordinators (PAC) and Horizontal Action Leaders (HAL). 1. Capacity for innovation 1.1 R & I infrastructures 1.2 Smart specialisation 1.3 Non-technological innovation 2. Management of natural resources 2.1 Clear waters 2.2 Renewable energy 2.3 Energy efficiency 2.4 Blue growth 3. Sustainable transport 3.1 Interoperability 3.2 Accessibility 3.3 Maritime safety 3.4 Shipping 3.5 Urban mobility 4. EU Strategy support 4.1 Seed money 4.2 Support of PACs & HALs and EUSBSR forums Thematic priorities
  7. 7. Exemplary results expected • joint training programmes and funding schemes for more efficient use of research and innovation infrastructure, e.g. by attracting SMEs • innovative green solutions for energy production from renewables or waste • better coordination of regional energy planning among countries in the Baltic Sea Region • examples of how to enhance cooperation across sectors in marine resource use • management schemes for more efficient use of transport infrastructure • improved technology in Baltic Sea shipping, e.g. e-navigation, automatic vessel identification • better quality flagship projects for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region • local, regional and national level public authorities, • research & training institutions, • sectoral agencies & associations, • NGOs and • enterprises Potential beneficiaries Programme area and co-financing • Denmark: whole country (up to 75 %) • Estonia: whole country (up to 85 %) • Finland: whole country (up to 75 %) • Germany: States of Berlin, Branden- burg, Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklen- burg–Vorpommern, Schleswig– Holstein and Niedersachsen (only NUTS II area Lüneburg) (up to 75 %) • Latvia: whole country (up to 85 %) • Lithuania: whole country (up to 85 %) • Norway: whole country (up to 50 %) • Poland: whole country (up to 85 %) • Sweden: whole country (up to 75 %) The Programme area includes Belarus (whole country) and the north-western regions (oblasts) of Russia. EU funding for these partner countries will be released upon signature of bilateral Financing Agreements between these countries and the EU (proposed co-financing rate: up to 85 %)
  8. 8. Funding [in €] Total ERDF Norway ENI* Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme funds 278,630,658 263,830,658 6,000,000 8,800,000 expected co-financing/ own contribution 66,061,996 59,148,032 5,278,198 1,635,765 Total Programme budget 344,692,654 322,978,690 11,278,198 10,435,765 thereof Innovation (Priority 1) 111,236,605 thereof Natural resources (Priority 2) 111,236,605 thereof Transport (Priority 3) 85,960,584 thereof EU Strategy support (Priority 4) 15,968,408 thereof Technical assistance 22,290,452 Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat The Programme is managed by Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH) in Kiel, Germany. Offices are located in Rostock/Germany and Riga/Latvia. Programme address Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH) Interreg Baltic Sea Region MA/JS Grubenstraße 20, 18055 Rostock, Germany phone: ++49/ 381/ 454 84 5281 e-mail: info@interreg-baltic.eu Financial details ERDF – European Regional Development Fund ENI – European Neighbourhood instrument * ENI funding is subject to the signature of Financing Agreements between the European Commission, Russia/Belarus and Germany
  9. 9. 5 ways to use this fact sheet about This fact sheet is meant to provide those working with Interreg Programmes with compact, up to date information. It should be useful to, e.g. members of the Monitoring Committee, the national sub-committees, the European Commission, stakeholders of the EUSBSR, other Interreg Programmes, INTERACT and funding advisors. This fact sheet was prepared by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Managing Authority/Joint Secretariat. The MA/JS is happy to receive feedback and provide further assistance: info@interreg-baltic.eu your website Enrich your website with an interactive slide show: Embed slides as i-frame from slideshare.net/InterregBalticSeaReg your handout The Programme at a glance on your table: Print out in black & white or colour, it fits on one sheet of paper (front & back, 2 pages on 1). your poster for info boards and events: The fact sheet is printable up to DIN A2 size. your presentation Snapshots for your slide presentation: make a screen shot and crop as you need it. your text Draft your text quickly: Pages 3 to 5 offer a digestible description of the Programme for your article, brochure or website. August 2016 | interreg-baltic.eu

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