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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

Strategic Self-management Institute (SSI)
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Strategines savivaldos institutas



public academic / scientific organisations

Legal status:
public law

Project contact:

Prof. Dr. Stasys Paulauskas

Postal address
Strategines savivaldos institutas
Baltijos pr. 123-61
LT-93224 Klaipeda

+370 46 350560

+370 46 350560


Partner characterization

Strategic Self-Management Institute (SSI) is clustering public institution of scientific researches active acting in fields of innovations from 1991. It’s located in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Author methodologies of Virtualics, Strategic Self-management also synthesized concepts of Sustainable Innovation and Responsible energy gave possibilities to forecast development flow and modelling of many branches of economy and culture in own country and worldwide. Advanced methodology was applied to Lithuanian maritime economy, fishery, telecommunications, IT, educations, science and many other branches of society’s activities. More as 170 scientific researches and innovations projects were implemented.

SSI is experienced in wind energy scientific researches, innovations and practical activity from 1993. She is initiator and main scientific and organisational supporter of wind power economy branch formation in Lithuania. Prof. Dr. Stasys Paulauskas is President of Lithuanian Wind Energy Association. Aleksandras Paulauskas is director of this organisation. They are lectors of Innovation Academy on subjects of RES and Wind energy, authors of distance learning courses on sustainable wind energy. Participating in POWER projects they made the most significant tasks related to technological development, economic modelling, social compatibility virtual studies, interconnections and dissemination. They created the idea of Baltic Offshore Energy Cluster and made first steps in this direction. SSI and Lithuanian Wind Energy Association are the main providers and supporters of Lithuanian energy transition to sustainable and responsible quality now.

SSI participates in two Leonardo da Vinci projects: eWindTech – Creation of virtual simulators on Wind turbine maintenance and EMPRES – European Management Program on Renewable Energy Sources. Moreover, the institution is involved in three South Baltic programme projects: LED – Lighting in Public Space; SB- OFFER – South Baltic offshore wind energy regions and WEBSR2 – Wind Energy in Baltic region 2 – extension and Sustainable RES-Chains in Blatic Sea Region.

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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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