Renewable Energies


The main aim of the PEA project was to foster regional development through energy related improvement of added value chains. The energy sector can be an important motor for sustainable development of the regions that positively affect the economic situation of the regions. This includes reflecting on the value added chains and a holistic consideration of the regions. For some of the partners this has led to establishing energy self-sufficient regions. New solutions are already far developed; the aim of PEA is to collect, exchange and translate these findings and to make them usable for regions all over the BSR.

In these section a variety of information for Renewable Energie investment is presented. This include general background data for different RES, the presentation of recent funding schemes in the PEA countries as well as general RES Potential data like wind speed or solar radiation.

Finally a Renewable Energy Guide will introduced which provides assistance to local policy makers considering various RES projects. The Renewable Energy Guide is supposed to foster processes to identify all necessary steps that need to be taken when developing new models for sustainable energy production, including which kind of the RES is suitable for a given region as well as the evaluation of the project after completion.




This page is part of the PEA Wiki. PEA (Public Energy Alternatives) is a partly EU-funded project in the Baltic Sea Region.

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