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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

Smart Marina improved 32 small ports

The main achievement of the project was the improvement of 32 small ports and a Blue Flag certification of 17 upgraded harbours with a clear environmental signature.

Improved small port

SEASTOP developed small ports to raise the level of service and to attract visitors to small ports

SEASTOP developed small ports to raise the level of service and to attract visitors to small ports.

Improved small port

Smart E67 improved the transport corridor Via Baltica (road E67)

Project improved the transport corridor Via Baltica (road E67), a key North-South direction transport corridor in Estonia and Latvia by taking into use Intelligent Transport System. Project activities included installation of new road weather stations, different variable message and warning signs as well as improvement of the existing traffic lights by making them to work in adaptive regime considering impulses given by traffic sensors.

Improved transport flow of goods

Interactive information system for small harbours created by SmartPorts

Thanks to the project, 16 small guest harbours were improved with better infrastructure and safety in four countries (most ports in Estonia and Latvia).

Improved small port

MASAPO - Increased maritime safety in small ports

MASAPO raised maritime safety in coastal areas and small ports. The targeted areas include western Estonia and the Åland archipelago. Increased maritime safety was achieved through training and increased capacity of voluntary maritime rescue organisations. Additionally, infrastructure development took place and rescue equipment (rescue boats, personal safety equipment and so on) was purchased in selected small ports.

Improved small port