Energy efficiency

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Energetic small ports in Central Baltic region paid attention to climate friendliness

The main aim of the project was to improve energy efficiency and climate friendly services in Central Baltic small ports. As a result of the project 13 small ports were improved. Investments on energy efficiency technologies, like solar panels and wind-power generators, and safety were made in following ports: Seili, Airisto Strand, Tervasaari, Sapokka, Keihässalmi Pyhtää in Finland; Bläse Kalkbruk, Klacksörarna in Sweden; Lennusadam, Lõunaranna, Roograhu, Kärdla, Orjaku and Sõru in Estonia.

Improved small port
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Project Crea-RE created aligned studies in resource efficiency and circular economy

As the main result of the project, 10 ECTS of curricula content, learning package "Resource efficiency and circular economy" was created and aligned. The content is implemented in three higher VET institutions: Lab University of Applied Sciences in Finland,  University of Gävle in Sweden and  University of Latvia.

Aligned vocational education and training programme