The aim of the project is to support statewide implementation of the shift to renewable energy usage and the achievement of the expansion goals by 2020, and combining these with economic policy objectives.
In order to reach this goal special support is to be given to developing the innovative capacity of Schleswig-Holstein’s energy companies, especially in the areas of grid integration, energy storage and regional energy marketing. EE.SH aims to better combine power and heating concepts, and encourage the development of green industry and commercial sites. The availability of products and services from Schleswig-Holstein is to be increased abroad more marketing undertaken to show Schleswig-Holstein as the leading region for the implementation of the energy transition. This process is to be accompanied by a targeted, strategic cluster marketing and a variety of networking activities.
The lead partner of the EE.SH project is the North Frisia Business Development Agency Wirtschaftsförderungsgesellschaft Nordfriesland mbH (WFG NF). It supports firms, factories, freelancers and the self-employed in North Frisia to create and maintain jobs in the region. Priority tasks are providing help for start-ups, to attract businesses to the area – also on space available on former military bases converted for civilian use – and to strengthen the local communities.
Co-partner in the project is the Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein Wirtschaftsförderung und Technologietransfer Schleswig-Holstein (WT.SH). The WT.SH is the main business development agency in Schleswig-Holstein. It is a one-stop-agency providing expert services to the state’s businesses. WT.SH affords particular priority to supporting the successful implementation of innovations and developing interesting foreign markets.
The project is funded by the European Union – the European Regional Development Fund – and also state funded with an average funding rate of 59.7% across the project period 10.2015 - 09.2021.
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