Growing Algae Sustainably in the Baltic Sea


January 2019 -
June 2021

Priority area:
Innovation
2. Natural resources 2.4 Blue growth

GRASS

GRASS aims to close the legislative gap for macroalgae cultivation in order to facilitate its introduction to the market as food, energy and consumables, such as plastics. The project maps possible sites for macroalgae cultivation and harvesting, which include implications for spatial planning. It also provides public authorities with training on the licensing, production and use of macroalgae.

Budgets

Total
€ 1.95
million
Erdf
€ 1.54
million
Eni + Russia
€ 0.00
million
Norway
€ 0.00
million

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