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FURGY - Future Renewable Energy

Countries: Germany, Denmark
Border(s): Denmark-Germany,
European programme:
Interreg IVA - Syddanmark-Schleswig-K.E.R.N.
- Cross-border economic development
- Energy
- The environment, resources and waste
- Research and innovation

Lead partner: Industrie- und Handelskammer Flensburg (DE)

The project aims to establish a scientific and operational network with an international dimension in the renewable energy and energy efficiency sector by strengthening interregional cooperation between clusters in Schleswig-Holstein and Syddanmmark.


  • Institut für Innovationsmanagement, Universität Flensburg (DE)
  • Landesregierung Schleswig-Holstein (DE)
  • Projekt Zero (DE)
  • Deutsch-/Dänisches Regionalmanagement der IHK Flensburg (DE)
  • Arbeitskreis Energie der IHK Flensburg (DE)
  • Universität Flensburg, SESAM (DE)
  • Udviklingsråd Sønderjylland (DK)
  • Mads-Clausen Institut, Syddansk Universitet (DK)
  • Sydvestjysk UdviklingsForum, Esbjerg (DK)
  • Center of Excellence Wind (DK)
  • Ålborg Universitet Esbjerg (DK)
  • Udviklingsforum Odense (DK)

Project goals

Improve cross-border cooperation for economic and scientific players in the renewable energy sector to eventually establish a German-Danish cluster and strengthen Syddanmark and northern Schleswig-Holstein as an international technology region.

Target group(s)

Research centres and SMEs in the cross-border area from the renewable energy sector, especially wind power, photovoltaic, biomass and marine energy

Project activities

The project includes the development of an atlas and a map of the renewable energy industry in the border region, as well as a list of companies and knowledge institutions in the sector. These productions bring together information from interviews with experts and help to identify future trends of the cross-border energy market through the identification of stakeholders and top sectors on both sides of the border.

Project duration

October 2008 – July 2014

Total cost

1 406 637 €

EU funding

914 309 €