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Institute for Climate Protection, Energy and Mobility (IKEM)

IKEM was founded in November 2009 as an independent non-profit organization and an affiliated institute of the University of Greifswald. IKEM is specialized in legal, policy and socio-economic questions associated with sustainability in general and the energy transition in particular. IKEM’s project portfolio includes consultancy and research for major actors in the public sector, German and international governmental authorities or German state-owned enterprises, as well as industry and business in the private sector.

The Institute has vast experience in the international field through United Nations- and European Union-funded projects, as well as through its Summer Academy ‘Energy and the Environment’, which it has run annually for 14 years. The institute ensures accessibility of its interdisciplinary work by organizing regular public events and publishing research and findings in journals as well as online.

Foundation for Sustainable Energy

Foundation for Sustainable Energy (FNEZ) is a non-governmental organisation and an independent think-tank, which promotes and acts in order to implement sustainable growth in the energy sector. The Foundation is specialised in creating and promoting high standards in investment project development, and especially in conducting social dialogue and environmental impact assessments.

FNEZ is a long-term partner of the government, parliament and administration in creating an environment for a sustainable energy sector in Poland. We are in close cooperation with national and international institutions and organisations which play a key role in the energy sector. We are authors of numerous positional statements, publications regarding onshore and offshore energy and guidelines describing location determination and environmental procedures for offshore wind farms in Poland.

Currently we are the most powerful organisation promoting the development of offshore wind energy in Poland.

Rostock Business and Technology Development

Rostock Business is a structure-giving and competent service provider for marketing Rostock's economic area. As a society for economic and technological promotion, we are the mediator between the economy and the Hanseatic City, a partner of the local economy and the city's marketer on a national and international level.

We are structure-giving - customer orientated - forward looking. The Rostock Business team is committed to these values. They determine our work for the city, with customers and everyday interaction. Expertise, quality and promptness define our work. Each request is dealt with using the highest amount of customer orientation and service, with the solution being tailor-made for the requirements of our customers.

Technical University of Denmark

The Technical University of Denmark has an overall mission of developing and creating value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society. In order to benefit society, it is not enough to create new technology. The technology must also be implemented in new products and processes.

DTU Management Engineering aims to develop and utilise new knowledge about Systems Analysis, Production and Service Management, Management Science, and Technology and Innovation Management to benefit society. In that way the Department contributes to knowledge based growth and welfare with a focus on competitiveness, productivity, sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship.

The division for Systems Analysis at DTU Management Engineering has more than three decades of experience in energy systems modelling and economic assessment of energy technologies. This includes work for Danish authorities on forecasts and planning of the energy system, development of energy markets and response to climate change. An international network has focused on Nordic and European collaboration.

Energy Agency for Southeast Sweden

EAS is a non-profit company jointly owned by an association of regional councils, counties and municipalities in southeast Sweden. The Energy Agency's approximately 20 employees work in all three counties with offices in Oskarshamn, Kalmar, Karlskrona and headquarters in Växjö.

The Energy Agency is working to initiate, coordinate and implement projects aimed at improving the energy efficiency and increased supply of renewable energy in all sectors of society

The work of the agency involves managing projects, conducting investigations, creating and maintaining networks and participating in the dissemination of experiences and best practices.

Regional clients and target groups are both private and public operators in south eastern Sweden.

Our business is mainly financed by funds from Swedish authorities and the EU.

Deutsche WindGuard

In today’s complex energy market, Deutsche WindGuard is committed to providing extensive scientific, technical, and operational services, which are unbiased and manufacturer-independent. The WindGuard Group consists of eight companies with offices in Varel, Bremerhaven and Berlin, Germany, as well as Alexandria, (Virginia, USA) dealing in all branches of wind energy.

The parent company – Deutsche WindGuard GmbH – mainly deals with the technical management of wind farms, technical inspections and political consulting.

Deutsche Wind Guard GmbH has repeatedly advised the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy on the development and evaluation of the German renewable energy act (EEG). In this regard, the cost of wind energy and the framework conditions for further expansion have been extensively studied. In addition Deutsche WindGuard continuously participates in European wide research projects regarding the integration of wind energy and the development of meshed offshore grids.

Maritime Institute in Gdańsk

The Maritime Institute in Gdansk (MIG) is a R&D unit supervised by the Polish Ministry of Maritime Economy. It conducts applied research work in the fields of operational oceanography, marine ecology and environment protection, management of coastal and offshore areas, transport, etc. The first two draft pilot Maritime Spatial Plans (MSP) and the first strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for MSP in Poland were elaborated by MIG experts.

German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation

The German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation (Stiftung OFFSHORE-WINDENERGIE) was created in 2005 to promote environmental and climate protection. The main objective is to promote the use of wind energy at sea, and to improve research. The Foundation has since established itself as a nonpartisan, multiregional, independent institution supporting offshore wind energy in Germany and Europe. It serves as a communication platform for political decision-makers, for business, and for research. The Foundation serves as a platform to share expertise and as an initiator of new ideas. At the same time, it also represents and bundles the various stakeholders' interests, representing them in the fields of politics, economy, and science, as well as to the general public.

Latvian Association of Local and Regional Governments

The Latvian Association of Local and Regional Governments (LALRG) is a public organisation that brings together local governments of Latvia on voluntary basis. Out of the total of 119 local governments in Latvia, 118 are members of the LALRG. It functions as a representative, advocate and advisor of local governments in Latvia and Europe, contributing to the development of municipal policies, solving common problems and defending interests of local governments. The LALRG has a legal authority to represent local governments in negotiations with the Cabinet of Ministers. The scope of the LALRG is very broad, but its main sectors of work include finance issues and economics, rural development, health and social issues, education, entrepreneurship issues, foreign affairs, regional development, environmental and energy issues.

Aalto University

Aalto University was founded in 2010 as a result of the merging of three universities Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki School of Economics and the University of Arts and Design. Today, Aalto University is a multidisciplinary community where science and art meets with technology and business, and which is committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges to build an innovative future. With its six Schools, Aalto University has nearly 20,000 students and 4,500 employees. The main campus is located in Otaniemi in Espoo, Finland. The legal research unit which focuses on climate, economic, energy and environmental law is organised under the Department of the Built Environment in the School of Engineering.

University of Tartu

University of Tartu is Estonia's leading centre of research and training. University of Tartu belongs to the top 3% of world's best universities. The research potential of the university is evidenced by the fact that the University of Tartu has been invited to join the Coimbra Group, a prestigious club of renowned research universities. The Faculty of Law is one of the oldest faculties of the University of Tartu, where lawyers have been educated since the original university was founded (1632). The Faculty of Law which contains the best legal research potential in Estonia has to direct the development of an independent legal system, participate in legal drafting, and take note of the comparative experience of foreign countries

Coastal Research and Planning Institute

The Coastal Research and Planning Institute (CORPI) is a recently established non-profit public research institute dedicated to applied marine research, carrying out R&D activities with the aim to foster the implementation of maritime policy and the development of the maritime economy. The main scientific experience and competences within maritime related research and businesses were inherited from the former Coastal Research and Planning Institute operated within Klaipeda University. Researchers of maritime biology, geology, environmental engineering and social science and experienced international project managers are the main core of the institutional personnel.

Experts having extensive experience in the fields of Environmental Impact, Risk, and Human Health Impact assessment provide high quality services for marine and coastal economic developments. The group of experts on integrated coastal zone management and maritime spatial planning has been involved in a number of European projects dealing with MSP. Environmental impact and strategic planning of OWE developments (parks and grid network) in the SE Baltic region is one of the key activity of the institute. A good balance of scientific and applied research activities carried out at CORPI ensures the efficient transfer of European level scientific knowledge into high quality services requested by national and international business and governmental organizations.

Lund University

Lund University was founded in 1666 and is one of the oldest and largest universities in Scandinavia with around 47000 students and 6300 employees. The University has some 30 world-leading research environments and close cooperation and exchange agreements with a large number of universities around the world and is also a member of the international networks LERU (the League of European Research Universities) and Universitas 21. The University is in an expansive region with two of Europe´s largest research facilities, MAX IV and ESS, that will be built in Lund within the next ten years.

Lund University has eight faculties and activities that cover education and research in many disciplines. The Faculty of Engineering, LTH, includes the departments of engineering, architecture and industrial design. Within LTH, the Division of Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation (IEA) has a unique profile for Sweden, since the main feature is the combination of automation, electric drive systems, electrical power systems and wind power.

Aarhus University

Aarhus University (AU) has 38,000 students, including about 1,900 PhD students and close to 700 postdoctoral scholars together with 8,000 employees. The four faculties - Aarhus Faculty of Arts, Aarhus Faculty of Science and Technology, Aarhus Faculty of Health Sciences and Aarhus School of Business & Social Sciences – cover the entire research spectrum including basic research, applied research, strategic research and research based advice to the authorities.

AU is number 97 at the Leiden Ranking (2016), number 107 at the QS World University Ranking (2015), and number 106 of 17,000 universities on the Times Higher Education World University Ranking (2015).

Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences holds the distinguished AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS accreditations and ranks among the largest business schools in Europe. The faculty has a strong track record in studies of climate, energy and renewable energy regulation and policy.