The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Funding decisions

Friday, June 9, 2017 - 12:21
The Central Baltic programme received 92 applications for the third call; 26 for small projects and 66 for regular projects.

The applications have been assessed by the programme Steering Committee during 8-9 June. The Steering Committee consists of Member State representatives.

The following 9 small projects have been approved for funding:
  • CB680    ARC
  • CB670    CoMe Strong
  • CB739    DSB
  • CB605    Gardens
  • CB694    MUCH MORE
  • CB652    PRIME
  • CB617    SailIS
  • CB625    SimE
  • CB629    SSCaB
The following 32 regular project applications have been approved to continue to the second step of the application process. These projects are to prepare their final application in the eMS.
  • CB604    Augmentet Urbans
  • CB628    Baltic Loop
  • CB663    Baltic Wings
  • CB649    BalticHubNet
  • CB606    CBGW
  • CB702    CBSF
  • CB627    Coast4Us
  • CB714    CoMet
  • CB642    Crea-RE
  • CB619    DigiYouth
  • CB761    EDP
  • CB607    EfficientFlow
  • CB737    E-TICKETING
  • CB693    HEAT
  • CB716    HEAWATER
  • CB664    IHMEC
  • CB688    Lakesperience
  • CB679    LEF network to China
  • CB646    MARENET
  • CB612    NatureBizz
  • CB614    NNFA
  • CB695    NOAH
  • CB717    Northern Talents
  • CB681    OPIS
  • CB736    REFEC
  • CB698    SEABASED
  • CB650    SEASTOP
  • CB616    Smart Marina
  • CB662    SME Aisle
  • CB630    Sustainable Gateways
  • CB743    Unilog

All other submitted project applications have been rejected.

The next steps

The approved projects, regular and small, will be contacted by the Joint Secretariat.

The 2nd step for the approved regular projects will open from 12.6.

All projects, approved and rejected, will receive their official protocol note about the decision after the Steering Committee meeting minutes have been approved and processed. This usually takes approximately three weeks.