InnoAquaTech

InnoAquaTech promoted cross-border development and transfer of innovative sustainable 
and environmentally friendly aaquaculture technologies in the South Baltic Region.

Project outputs


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      SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG

      SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG

      Dr. Efthalia Arvaniti 
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      +49 30 832 1417 45

      BioCon Valley GmbH

      BioCon Valley GmbH

      Dr. Rainer Cramm 
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      +49 3834 8719896

      Danish Technological Institute

      Danish Technological Institute

      Hilary L. Karlson 
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      +45 72 20 3441

      Maritime Institute in Gdańsk (MIG)

      Maritime Institute in Gdańsk (MIG)

      Tomasz Kuczyński
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      +48 58 552 0093

      University of Rostock, Dep. for Aquaculture und Sea-Ranching

      University of Rostock, Dep. for Aquaculture und Sea-Ranching

      Prof. Dr. Harry Palm
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      +49 381 4983730

      University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography

      University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Oceanography and Geography

      Prof. Dr. Monika Normant-Saremba 
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      +48 58 523 6868


Pilot cases

To gain hands-on experience in innovative recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), four pilot projects were launched as part of InnoAquaTech. Each pilot focused on a specific technology in RAS and is implemented in a South Baltic Sea region.

Fish and microalgae production under controlled conditions

Fish and microalgae production under controlled conditions

With this pilot scale demonstration, Danish Technological Institute, InnoAquaTech will calculate the viability and potential productivity of combining fish farming in RAS with the cultivation of microalgae.

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Regional partner

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Farming shrimp in Poland: Increasing the potential of recirculating aquaculture systems

Farming shrimp in Poland: Increasing the potential of recirculating aquaculture systems

A laboratory study will demostrate the sustainability of RAS and raise awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of shrimp production in Pomerania, Poland.

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Regional partner

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"Zero emission RAS system" combined with geothermal energy

Klaipeda Science and Technology Park is developing a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) for shrimp production. The RAS will be heated using geothermal energy, making it a sustainable and innovative option for aquaculture businesses.

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Regional partners

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The "FishGlasHaus": Innovative Aquaponics in Mecklenburg Vorpommern

Modular aquaponics research facility for a combined production of warm water fish species and plants for human consumption – An innovative initiative for resource-efficient food production

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Regional partners

University of Rostocjk

  • Fish and microalgae production under controlled conditions

    Fish and microalgae production under controlled conditions

    With this pilot scale demonstration, Danish Technological Institute, InnoAquaTech will calculate the viability and potential productivity of combining fish farming in RAS with the cultivation of microalgae.

    Read more

    Regional partner

    Logo of DTI

  • Farming shrimp in Poland: Increasing the potential of recirculating aquaculture systems

    Farming shrimp in Poland: Increasing the potential of recirculating aquaculture systems

    A laboratory study will demostrate the sustainability of RAS and raise awareness of the economic and environmental benefits of shrimp production in Pomerania, Poland.

    Read more

    Regional partner

    Logo of University of Gdansk

  • "Zero emission RAS system" combined with geothermal energy

    Klaipeda Science and Technology Park is developing a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) for shrimp production. The RAS will be heated using geothermal energy, making it a sustainable and innovative option for aquaculture businesses.

    Read more

    Regional partners

    Logo of Klaipeda

  • The

    The "FishGlasHaus": Innovative Aquaponics in Mecklenburg Vorpommern

    Modular aquaponics research facility for a combined production of warm water fish species and plants for human consumption – An innovative initiative for resource-efficient food production

    Read more

    Regional partners

    University of Rostocjk

    EUSBSR

    SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG

    Kärntener Str. 20
    DE–10827 Berlin

    Germany

    +4930832141740

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