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project data
project name: WEBSR 2
type of eu project: South Baltic
number of partners: 11 + 5
number of workpackages: 5 + 1
lead partner: city of rostock
|Dr andreas schubert >
project start: February 2010
project end: January 2013
management: |Dr kristina koebe >


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This project is part-financed by the
European Union and the |South Baltic Programme >

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Project partners

Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI)
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Lietuvos energetikos institutas, Atsinaujinanciu energijos saltiniu laboratorija



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Legal status:
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Project contact:

Dr. Mantas Marciukaitis

Postal address
Lietuvos energetikos institutas, Atsinaujinanciu energijos saltiniu laboratorija
Breslaujos str. 3
LT-44403 Kaunas

+370 37 401841

+370 37 351271


Partner characterization

Lithuanian Energy Institute is a state scientific research organization, established for Lithuanian energy and long-term scientific research of international significance and experimental development. The Institute performs research and accumulates data regarding the development and forecasts of energy generation and utilization in Lithuania, assists the Government of Lithuania in developing and implementing the national energy policy, monitors the environmental impact of power plants, develops emission abatement technologies, carries out the assessment of renewable energy utilisation possibilities, resources and implementation of new technologies, accumulates and classifies world-wide information on the rational utilization of energy resources, presents recommendations to governmental institutions, industries and other facilities.

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City of Rostock|D RPV MM/T, Rostock|D Energikontor, Vaexjoe|S LEI, Kaunas|LT BWA, Rostock|D PTEW, Gdansk|PL Wasserstofftechnologie-Initiative MV, Rostock|D SSI, Klaipeda|LT IPiEO, Warsaw|PL IEL, Gdansk|PL University of Klaipeda|LT City of Kalmar|S School of Arts Rostock|D Kalmar Konstmuseum|S Linnaeus University|S  Baltic Sea Center of Culture Gdansk|PL
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