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Photovoltaics for All (PV4All)

In order for cities and regions around the Baltic Sea to become carbon dioxide neutral, the share of renewable energy in the energy system needs to increase. Increasing the use of photovoltaics is part of this. In the project, we will inventory how much electricity is produced by photovoltaics in the Baltic Sea area and develop innovative methods to increase the production.


We start by identifying ​​how much electricity from photovoltaics that is produced in the countries participating in the project. We will also identify opportunities and obstacles and propose measures to increase the production of electricity from photovoltaics. Financial organisations, consultants, authorities, research institutes and energy suppliers are involved in the work to obtain a comprehensive overview. Everything is summed up in a report on the current situation.


In the second phase of the project, we develop models with strategic goals. Since the current situation between the various countries, and also the regions, differs, we will adapt these based on the situations in the regions.


Finally, we will develop new forms of cooperation, advisory services and business models. Investment projects will be reviewed and hopefully individual investment projects will start.


An important part of the project will be to involve citizens, organisations and companies to increase knowledge about this increasingly cheaper and easier way to produce energy.


Partners in the project come from Finland, 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)

  • Lawaetz-Foundation (DE)

  • Centre for Energy, Construction,
    Architecture and the Environment Ltd (DE)

  • Benet Solutions Oy - Central
    Finland Energy Agency (FI)

  • Lithuanian Energy Institute (LT)

  • European Group of Territorail
    Cooperation (EGTC) NOVUM (PL)

  • + another 10 associated organisations from Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden

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