PROJECT SME Development

New innovative services at Training and Sailing Center at Slawa Lake

Innovative services in the Training and Sailing Center at Slawa Lake

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The project is implemented under the Innovations in the area of inland or marine waters program “Development of Entrepreneurship Innovations” co-financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.

About the project
A year-round training center and at the same time a place to relax by the water for lovers of water sports, especially sailing, is the main goal of the project created by the architectural studio, the implementation of which will be supported by funds from Norwegian and EEA funds. The idea of the Norwegian funds and the countries of the European Economic Area is to minimize economic and social differences and to ensure lasting and active Polish-Norwegian cooperation.

Thanks to the support of Norwegian funds, the project of the training and sailing center in Sława will be characterized by innovative services, i.e. collection of sewage from yachts and the possibility of charging batteries for yachts from renewable energy installations in the form of two port bollards equipped with a toll collection system. The picturesquely located center is located only 200 meters from the pier, where there are 16 mooring places for yachts and motorboats, i.e. potential recipients of the proposed services.

How will charging take place?
On the charging pedestal, you need to scan the QR code that takes you to the website where you pay for the electricity connection. The charging process takes from 1.5 hours to 4 hours.

How will toilets be emptied?
After mooring at the pier, the person operating the equipment will connect the unit to a modern pump equipped with a 250-liter tank sucking out feces. The entire process is odorless and the noise does not exceed 80 dB.

IDN role is to support innovative services implemented within the Project.

Amount of funding: PLN 4,738,800
Total investment amount: PLN 11,662,983

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