INTERREG IV C - 3. Call: Anfragen Projektpartnersuche Stand: 04. März Energy and sustainable transport. PIMMSCapital - PDF

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No. Country Lead applicant organisation Other partners (provisional) Project name Sub-theme Project objectives (provisional) Summary of consultation/feedback IP-North area 1. DE TraffiQ 2. DE 3. DE 4. DE Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety Germany Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH (Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH) LASA Brandenburg GmbH Municipalities from Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, and Italy. Regional Authority of the Vysocina Region (CZ) West Transdanubian Regional Development Agency (HU) Region of Western Greece (EL) Southern & Eastern Regional Assembly (IE) West Midlands (UK) Looking for partners: Ongoing partner search in Sweden and Lithuania Ministries of environment: Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Slovakia Environmental agencies: Austria, Italy, Poland Scientific Academies: Slovakia, Hungary Universities: Romania, Hungary, Austria, Poland, UK Germany, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Hungary, Romania. Looking for partners: project is advised to look for partners from the West area, even potentially from the North Poland, Austria, Denmark, UK, France PIMMSCapital LAND LAVITA EFoFSNie sustainable technological risks (incl. climate change) Cultural heritage and landscape Employment, human capital and education PIMMS CAPITAL objectives: 1. To stimulate modal shift towards more sustainable forms of by increasing the implementation of high quality mobility management techniques and policies in European regions. 2.To capitalise on the experience of the two network projects PIMMS (IIIC) and PIMMS TRANSFER (IVC), especially in respect of: identified (IVC) good practice and transfer methodology - The project needs to clearly demonstrate that it is 3. To involve other sources of good practice and expertise, notably changing OPs in each of the regions and that it has a other EU-funded projects (IEE, Interreg) and networks (EPOMM, clear regional impact ELTIS) - Make an effort to demonstrate added-value 4. To demonstrate how mobility management adds value to the ERDF- - There might be a double funding issue due to the funded capital investment in hard-works, especially public in Objective 1 regions. We will target 8 Regional Operational Programmes, corresponding to the 8 regions participating in the project. Individual project consultation during the Lead Applicant Seminar in Barcelona ( ) The project is a follow up of an IIIC and an IVC project. - In case of approval the project would have a 14 month overlap with the running PIMMS TRANSFER project overlap in the project time and partnership, thus a clear management and financial structure is required and a consistent work plan - it should be checked how this kind of project can be realised under a sustainable development i t i OP' d if f d till il bl The LAND project intends to improve instruments for adaptation to and Brief feedback by ( ): mitigation of the impacts of climate change by sustainable land - The project should focus on influencing the OPs of the management. Land management is the process of managing the use current funding period. and development of land resources in a sustainable way. Land - The current partnership composition is rather resources are used for a variety of purposes which interact and may unbalanced; in favor of partners from Eastern European compete with one another; therefore, it is desirable to plan and countries and in disadvantage of partners from South and manage all uses in an integrated manner. Thus land management is North. an approach which has the potential to control land use patterns which - The numerous involvement of the scientific institution have severe influence -directly and indirectly- on the balance of and the role of the international networks is not clear. greenhouse gases in the atmosphere through loss of open soils, of IP North offered the lead applicant an individual project biodiversity and by modification of land cover. At the heart of the consultation in February project will be the strengthening of regional policies in connection with the national strategies of adaptation and adaptation action plans to climate change currently under way in the EU member states. The project's overall objective is to capitalise existing good practices and policy instruments on the scopes of reanimation and re-cultivating former lignite mining sites. This includes their collection, display, discussion, adjustment (to local conditions) and preparation of their real transfer through local action plans. Under the sub-theme employment, human capital and education the the project wishes to identify, exchange and mainstream good practices and methods in the regions on monitoring, activation and implementation of arrangements. The main aim of the project is to develop more and better jobs through regional/ local activities - deals with demographic challenges in regions which include growing centres and migration areas - overcome the mismatch between supply and demand in general - the mismatch between central and peripheral regions in the regions Brief feedback by ( ): Unsuccessful Capitalisation project from 2nd call, not clear yet if will apply in the third call: - theme of revitalisation of former mining sites is relevant - proposed approach is not in line with what is expected from Capitalisation projects: good practices are not well described, mainstreaming process not clear, etc. Action Plans are described as technical documents focusing on specific mining sites, with no link to Structural Funds programmes. Win-win cooperation not demonstrated. - all partners who are not Managing Authorities or intermediate bodies themselves, have to submit a support letter from a MA/IB. Currently the are no partners from the West Programme area, there is an overrepresentation of partners from DE and EL Brief feedback to project assistance form at German national info day ( ): The project needs to strengthen the project idea and be much more concrete in the outline of the project objectives, expected outcomes and methodology used - ensure that relevant MAs in the partner regions are involved - be clear about what OP it wishes to influence the project was contacted in order to follow up on the development of the partnership 1/12 5. FI The project is looking for the following partners: Finland: Northern Savoy: Savonia University of Applied Sciences, Uusimaa (?) Finnish Environment Institute Estonia: University of Life Sciences The Municipal Federation Greece: Local Development Agency in Magnesia + the Hellenic of Ministry of Environment, Climate Change Savonia University of Italy: Province of Rieti Applied Science Ireland: West Regional Authority Denmark: Alloroed Municipality / Aarhus Municipality Looking for partners: UK, NL, CZ, BG WaterWizard Water management WaterWizard focuses on the transfer of good practices in water management, specially in lake and reservoir restoration planning processes, into the mainstream Structural Funds programmes in the participating regions. Each region will develop an action plan as the main result of the project. It will describe how the good practices will be implemented in the selected operational programmes Feedback by ( ): Resubmission of the LARRA project, which was unsuccessful as a RIP in the 1st and 2nd call. - The project was given general information on the 3rd call requirements and some project specific questions were answered - It was recommended to contact the Managing Authorities as early as possible and to identify the Operational Programmes to be targeted - The project was invited to request an individual consultation 6. FI 7. FI Sykli Environmental School of Finland Joensuu Science Park Ltd. Lead Partner: Environmental School of Finland, Sykli (FI) City of Lahti (FI) IVAM/ University of Amsterdam (NL) Central Hungarian Regional Environmental Cluster (HU) Covasna county environmental services (RO) Kjustendil county and Bulgarian County Association (BG) Integral, Murcia (ES) Looking for partners: The project is looking for partners from UK and DE Lead partner: Joensuu Science Park Ltd (FI) Other partners: UNINOVA: Instituto de Desenvolvimento de Novas Tecnologias (PT) Universiteit van Amsterdam (NL), Institut Jožef Stefan (SI), Tallinna Tehnoloogiapargi Arendamise Sihtasutus (EE), Sveuciliste u Zagrebu, Fakultet organizacije i informatike (Croatia) - tbc Università degli Studi di Perugia (IT), Fundacja Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Poznanski Park Naukowo-Technologiczny (PL), International Association of Science and Technology Parks (IASP) (ES) WasteFlow 3GSP Waste prevention and management Entrepreneurshi p & SMEs WASTE FLOW is aiming at transferring of good practices on regional waste management and cooperation models for decision makers in the organisation of a regional system for waste management. The specific aim is to promote the development of local/ regional action plans in New Member States (partner municipalities/regions) on how to organise the system. Individual project consultation during the Lead Applicant Seminar in Barcelona ( ) The project should: - Clearly indicate the MAs from the different partner countries that should be involved - clearly indicate the OPs to be influenced and how MAs will be involved - inform about the planned partners from Italy, Greece and the Azores - consider the size of the partnership: not too big - avoid shared costs approach, if possible - need to involve a MA in NL - carefully describe the added value of the high number of expert organisations in the current project draft - demonstrate that there will be action plans for each partner region by the end of the project - be more precise in describing staff exchange as an activity in the project, consider the length of exchange This project will focus on supporting innovation and the knowledge Individual project consultation during the Lead Applicant economy, especially in the area of entrepreneurship and SMEs. By this Seminar in Barcelona ( ): project the proven concept of Joensuu Science Park, Finland, so Resubmission of an ineligible Cap project from 2nd call: called third generation of science parks - 3 GSP will be implemented However, the current project idea and structure equals to the regions of planned partnerships. more a RIP. The project needs to: It will tackle the future challenges of knowledge work, such as - clearly demonstrate which MAs will be involved and supporting individuals in network incubation and creating breeding how, or demonstrate clear links to MAs and provide environments for virtual teams and virtual organisations. It is also letters of support from MAs of each region involved strongly focused on collaboration between partners and hence also - which OP in the different region it wishes to influence supporting the fruitful connectivity of participating regions - clarify if the best practice is already available in the However the future knowledge ecosystems and innovation platforms region and ready for transfer should be based on individuals and their abilities to interconnect - the best practice(s) to be transferred must be described globally. On the organisational level the focus is rapidly shifting in detail towards Collaborative Networked Organisations (CNOs) and research - restructure the content and structure of the clouds , and this requires a fundamentally different approach. components; content should be changed and shifted from CP3 to CP2 and from CP1 to CP3 - the applicant should revise the language of the application as it is using RIP terminologies - it is not clear if the currently involved ISAB (ES) could be an eligible partner in the project - cross-check already running RIPs in the same subtheme to avoid overlaps 2/12 8. FI 9. FI or IE 10. SE Lahti University of Applied Science Sörmland Regional Council Lead Partner: Regional Council of Päijät-Häme (FI) The Science and Technology Park of the Univ. of Girona (ES) Muenster UAS (DE) Municipality of Velenje (SI) Dundalk Institute of Technology, School Of Business Studies (IE) INOVISA - Association for Innovation and Enterprise Development (PT) Northtown Technology Park (LV) Pannon Business Network Association (HU) Coventry University Enterprises Ltd (UK) Dublin City University, School of Business (IE) Kainuun Etu Oy (FI) Mid West Regional Authority (IE) Shannon Development (IE) Association of River Trusts (UK) South West Regional Development Agency (UK) Environment Agency (UK) Västernorrland Local Authorities (SE) Soca Valley Development Agency (SI) National Institute for Research and Development for Mechatronics (RO) Unions des Tierres de Rivieres (FR) (expert for dissemination) Lead Partner: Sörmland Regional Council (SE) - Municipality of Cartaxo (PT) - ProSud (LU), an association of 12 municipalities in the south of Luxembourg - Municipality of Riga (LV) - Municipality of Halle (DE) - Counties of Sörmland, Örebro and Uppsala Regional Council (SE), incl. selected municipalities - The Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region (SI) - West Midlands Regional Council (UK) Further bodies involved: - COR, Lisbon observation platform - EC - Ministry of Economy (LU) - Ministry for Sustainable development and infrastructure (LU) ENTRE-CORE TRAP GOLIGOLO Enhancing innovations, innovation-based entrepreneurship in regions Individual project consultation during the Lead Applicant all over the Europe is the most crucial success factor to guarantee the Seminar in Barcelona ( ) regional economy, employment and competitiveness. The contribution Resubmission of an ineligible RIP from 2nd call: of higher education institutions in promoting entrepreneurship and - the partnership and workplan are still in development participating in the construction of strategy and policy formulation - project partners are mainly higher education institutions together with the policy implementation is very important, because in and the project needs to urgently make contact with MAs the knowledge-based innovation societies there are needs for and demonstrate in a coherent work plan how MAs are Entrepreneurshi innovative employment and entrepreneurship initiatives that going to be involved in project implementation; p & SMEs compensate for the declining industrial jobs and working opportunities - the project should consider to rather influence ESF in institutionalised employers. funded OPs The Business Succession School model is one example of the good - check already running RIPs in INTERREG IVC 1st and practices to be transferred. 2nd call, but also other programmes to avoid overlaps contribution of regional development and results in fulfilling the needs of societies. Partners' roles are complementary in strategic and policy collaboration, aiming to promote entrepreneurship-friendly regions. The overall objective of TRAP is to address integrated management of Feedback provided by ( ): rivers and river territories. Subobjectives are: - Issue tackled is focused enough, objectives should be 1.- Models for the administration and management of rivers and river more specific and clearly reflect the Capitalisation idea territories (fisheries, tourism, and protected areas such as UNESCO - Partnership: partners should be MA or IB or have classified areas for cultural heirtage and/or biodiversity, etc.) support letters and explain their participation. Also 2.- Integration of environmental to socio-economic development of explain how MA/IB will be involved in the project without rivers and river territories (especially from the point of view of planning being direct partners. In special cases expert Water management sustainable approaches and consensus building among all concerned and organisations can participate without a support letter, if especially private land owners). justified and of added-value to the whole partnership. 3.- Successful models of developing the river and river territory Partners have to be involved also from the South area. economy. This is more than tourism, we are looking for multi use - Recommendation to list all the OPs the partners wish to models and development approaches. influence and contact MAs as soon as possible. 4.- Impact of the Water Framework Directive and the European - Activities: describe existing good practices well in the Landscape Convention on (i) the regional development planning AF, identify them before applying and do not spend much (harmonisation of environmental and land use standards across the time for identification during the implementation partner regions) and (ii) on the SF OPs. 5.- Policy coherence between the domestic and the SF levels. - A body governed by public law can also be a Lead Partner, especially if it is a relevant partner supported by a MA/IB, is the main force behind the idea, has a major financial share, and is experienced in INTERREG. The main objective is to improve the performance of regions with The project will be supported by Info Point West (change regard to the Lisbon/Gothenbourg Agendas. All partners will capitalise of lead applicant in a late phase), an individual on the Sörmland Region experience and establish an indicator system consultation is foreseen with IP West and IP North on 4 linked to local political decisions. The main focus is on energy and February 2010 in Lille. The results shall be integrated in the ongoing and future budget and policy decisions of the involved municipalities and regions. In brief, the main objectives are: (A) The creation of links and synergies between monitoring and governance processes. (B) The comparison of the performance of the participating regions at local/regional/national and even European level incl. the identification of good practice models in the fields of governance proccesses related to energy efficiency, renewable energy, and 'green'. (C) The influence on other local/regional development action plans and/or European Structural Funds programmes. (D) The continuous information of the local/regional population about the project findings to make them part of the project through events and communication activities. 3/12 11. SE 12. SE Linné University Kalmar Institute for Pedagogic, Psychology and Sports University of Örebro/ IB West AB Sweden, Germany, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Denmark. Looking for partners: from West, South and East programme areas Lead Applicant: Örebro University (SE) Swedish Public Employment Service in Karlskoga and Laxå (SE) Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (SE) Norwegian Labour and Welfare Organisation (NO) Norwegian Innovation Group (NO) Galway Region (IE) Plzen Region (CZ) Lazio Region (IT) Satu Marie Region (RO) Davos municipality (CH) region in Slovenia LUNACAT How can long-term unemployed people go back to work Cultural heritage and landscape Employment, human capital and education Implementing peoples' experiences of natural and cultural values in Feedback by ( ): (e.g. living and recreation areas) into planning systems. The project was advised to not apply as a Capitalisation The problem of how to implement soft values into planning systems project but rather wait for the 4th call to apply as a RIP will be addressed by using small-scale sub-projects for testing, due to its structure and method (e.g. sub-projects). developing and evaluating methods on how to measure the effects of In addition, the project was advised to: nature and culture experiences on health and wellbeing. - Further develop and broaden the partnership - Clearly focus on one of the 2 priorities in the programme. The project was suggested to look into priority 2, sub-theme cultural heritage and landscape - Reconsider the degree of involvement of universities in the project implementation activities - focus on tangible results as policy recommendations and good practice collections - In case of a Capitalisation project, to clearly describe which good practices have been identified before the start of the project The project aims at transferring
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