• EUROPEAN PROJECTS

SIMCelt Project Closing Event

The MaREI coordinated project, SIMCelt will have its final project meeting on 28/29 November 2017 in Liverpool.

ECOSTRUCTURE

Providing developers and regulators with accessible tools and resources to enable eco-engineering solutions for coastal adaptation.

MARINET2

MARINET 2 aims to provide greater access to testing infrastructures across Europe, and is driven to improve the quality of testing internationally through standardisation of testing and staff exchange programmes.

SIMCelt

Supporting Implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Celtic Seas (SIMCelt) is a two-year project that aims to enhance cross-border cooperation between Member States on the implementation of the Marine Spatial Planning Directive (MSP).

MARINERG-i

MARINERG-i will produce a scientific and business plan for an integrated European Research Infrastructure, designed to facilitate the future growth and development of the Offshore Renewable Energy sector.

TAOIDE

The TAOIDE project will develop a fully-integrated generator to grid energy delivery system with high reliability and availability, suitable for use in multiple architectures of marine renewable energy systems.

MINATURA

The overall objective of MINATURA2020 is to develop a concept and methodology for the definition and subsequent protection of mineral deposits of public importance in order to ensure their best use in the future in order to be included in a harmonised European regulatory/guidance/policy framework.

Co-ReSyF

Co-ReSyF is a strategic initiative funded by the European Commission, aiming to support the development of coastal research though satellite data.

ATLAS

ATLAS creates a dynamic new partnership between multinational industries, SMEs, governments and academia to assess the Atlantic’s deep-sea ecosystems and Marine Genetic Resources to create the integrated and adaptive planning products needed for sustainable Blue Growth.

FloTEC

The FloTEC project will demonstrate the potential for floating tidal stream turbines to provide low-cost, high-value energy to the European grid mix.

OPERA

The primary objective of OPERA is to gather open-sea operating experience to reduce the cost of wave energy.

EXCELLABUST

EXCELLABUST will significantly strengthen marine robotics research by addressing networking gaps and deficiencies that exist between key organisations at the EU level.