Description of Action
Scope and objectives of the action:
ACTIVTIES OF ACTION
Onshore power supply in the port of Aarhus
The main objective of the activity is provisioning of sustainable shore power in the port of Aarhus to enable vessels to cover their electricity demand by green electricity while being alongside berth instead of using on board engines running on fossil fuels.
Onshore power supply in the port of Copenhagen
The main objective of the activity is to establish onshore power supply t ROPax ships at Søndre Frihavn and to passenger ships at Oceankaj and Langelinie. The activity is divided into two sub-activities.
Onshore power supply in the port of Stockholm
The main objective of the activity is the provisioning of sustainable shore power to passenger ships in the Port of Stockholm to enable the vessels to switch-off their on-board engines running on fossil fuel.
Onshore power supply in Helsinki
The Port of Helsinki Ltd. plans the implementation of one OPS facility to supply the berth LHB, LHC, and LHD of the Hernesaari cruise quays.
This activity contains the controlling and management of the global project by forming a Project Steering Committee to overlook and coordinate the implementation of the activities.
Ex-post climate change impact assessment
The objective of this Activity is to analyze possible climate change impacts of the conducted OPS investments. The assessment will provide an ex-post update of the CBA estimations on the contribution of the Action to climate change targets and of the possible prior environmental assessment including air and noise emissions.
Four Ports - Onshore Power in Baltic Seaports
Port of Aarhus
Port of Copenhagen
Ports of Stockholm
Port of Helsinki
Symbios Funding & Consulting
The proposed Action will be implemented from 2020 to 2024 and has an indicative budget of 76.39 mio. Euros. It will result in an estimated net-benefit of 342.32 mio. Euros achieving a cost-benefit ratio of approx. 3.35.
|2019-EU-TM-0125-W||Requested Funding||Recommended Funding|
|Total eligible costs:||76.39 mio. Euros||76.39 mio. Euros|
|Funding:||15.31 mio. Euros||15.31 mio. Euros|