INTER-Green

Combined Project Development In The Baltic Sea Region And The Central Europe Programme

 

Lead Partner:

Eurosportello di Unioncamere del Veneto, Venice, Italy

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Duration:

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Based on the good cooperation within previous projects (COINCO, SoNorA and Scandria®), on the Berlin Declaration 2007 as well as on the Scandria® Berlin Declaration 2009 the joint development of two new INTERREG VB-projects are planned. The project development is an initiative of partners from Sweden, Germany and Italy, who signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2012 for the joint development of two projects, one in the Baltic Sea region and one in the Central European region.


Both projects are designed to strengthen the cooperation in the Scandria®Corridor based on the following common objectives:

  • Becoming a corridor of smart, green and inclusive innovation and regional growth by improving cluster cooperation between corridor regions, enhancing regional added value in the corridor regions,

  • Becoming an intermodal and sustainable transport corridor by improving intermodal transport, advancing international high speed rail connections, improving management in international rail freight transport, supporting alternative propulsion technologies for road transport and improving the information interface between transport operator and customer,

  • Development and set-up of a Scandria®Alliance as a cooperation platform involving political and expert knowledge to meet common interests, to position the Scandria®Corridor in the context of European and national transport and regional development policies.


Both project approaches complement each other with a focus on renewable fuels in transport in Scandria®2Act and a focus on business cooperation in INTER-Green.

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FACTS &

FIGURES

CENTRAL EUROPE PROGRAMME 2014-2020
  • EU Funds: 247 million Euro

  • Participating states: Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia

 

PRIORITIES
  • Cooperation on innovation to make Central Europe more competitive

  • Cooperation on low carbon strategies in Central Europe

  • Cooperation on natural
    and cultural resources
    for sustainable growth
    in Central Europe

  • Cooperation on transport
    to better connect
    Central Europe