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  • Strategic Self-Management Institute

    Lithuania, 93224 Klaipėda, Baltijos pr.123-61
    Strategic Self-Management Institute is public institution working from 1991in Lithuania, Baltic States and Europe, which mission is scientific research and innovation in all stages of innovation cycle: basis and applied research, development and commercialisation. Created Autor methodologies Virtualics, Anthropogeny, Sociogeny, Technogeny enable to apply its into different fields of human activity. Development modelling virtual tools enable us to exceed a time and support communities and enterprises to innovate its activity towards efficiency and profitability, green, sustainable and smart growth. One of the most significant results of our innovation activity is created and developed Lithuanian wind energy branch, which counts now more as 580MW of wind power. We made all necessary for develop offshore wind energy in Lithuania. Created by Prof. Dr. Stasys Paulauskas Circular economy 3.0 version become universal methodology for decide important nowadays problems, connected to stagnation of economy, disintegration, climate change, etc. Created Blue growth index and its virtual assessment tool enabled to measure the state of Blue growth in South Baltic area. This tool is universal and could be used in different Seas, national maritime economies, clusters and ports. Participating in many international INTERREG, Leonardo da Vinci, Erasmus+ projects we are good partners with large abilities to empower project teams with our high knowledge and abilities to create intellectual products, virtual tools and apply Artificial Intelligence solutions into practice of business and life.

    Sustainable Innovation Company "Eksponente"

    Lithuania, 93224 Klaipeda, Baltijos pr.123-61
    Sustainable Innovation Company "Eksponente" was established in 1994 with purpose to establish Lithuania wind power branch. With support of Norwegian electricity entity Nord-Trondelag electricity board and Norwegian research fund wind measurement equipment was installed on Baltic Sea coast in Butinge. Made measurement assured, that here is enough of wind for wind power development in Lithuania. Together with Latvian and Estonian wind energy developers we created Baltic Wind energy map in 2003 year. Lithuania wind energy association was established in 2002. More as 1000 businessmen were teached to design and implement wind and solar power projects. Our initiated and prepared Law on Lithuanian renewable energy was accepted by Seimas in 2011. Set auctions order enabled to establish more as 580MW of wind power, which covers now around 15% of consumed electricity in Lithuania. Offshore wind energy we are developing from 2002. 18% of Lithuanian marine economic zone are appropriate for offshore wind power parks. Prepared offshore general plan provides areas for exclusive marine activities. Nowadays Ministry of Energy is working on preparing auctions conditions for further tenders, which is awaiting in 2020-2021 years. We still teaching students in Klaipeda university master degree on subject of offshore wind energy. We propose our service in preparing of offshore wind power projects for further tenders.