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Green Industrial Areas

The project aims to reduce energy use and emissions of greenhouse gases from industries and companies. We work with innovative solutions for industrial areas and business parks. When industries are located close to each other, we can find synergies for more renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Today, there are large differences in knowledge in the Baltic Sea area regarding which technical solutions are available to reduce climate impact. Therefore, in the project, we will gather expertise and knowledge in a toolbox to make it easier for industries and companies to find solutions that suit everyone.

We will also develop a possible transnational standard for certification of green industrial areas and business parks that strive to become climate neutral.

At the end of the project, municipalities will have a guide to how they can work with industrial and business parks themselves in order to reduce their climate impact. With the certification, you can also show good examples of industrial and business parks that have reduced their climate impact and that can serve as inspiration for others.

​Partners in the project come from Denmark, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and Germany.

The project is partially financed by Interreg Baltic Sea Region.


Per-Johan Wik
Project manager
phone: +46 73 334 76 33


  • Sustainable Business Hub (SE)

  • Ministry of Economy, Infrastructure, Tourism and Labour Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (DE)

  • Corporation for Regional Participation and Climate Protection mbH (DE)

  • Kalundborg Symbiose (DK)

  • Kalundborg Kommune (DK)

  • Regional Council of Central Finland (FI)

  • City of Jyväskylä (FI)

  • Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT)

  • Zemgale Planning Region (LV)

  • Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia (LV)

  • Podlaska Regional Development Foundation (PL)

  • + another 9 associated organisations from Denmark, Finland, Germany, Poland and Sweden

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