Making Ireland a global leader in Energy, Climate, and Marine Research & Innovation

MaREI is the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine research and innovation co-ordinated by the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) at University College Cork. The Centre comprises over 220 researchers focusing on defined global challenges such as the Energy Transition, Climate Action and the Blue Economy.

Key Metrics

Multi-disciplinary researchers across our institutional partners.
Industry partners including Start-Ups, SMEs, and Large Enterprises.
Institutional partners combining Ireland’s talent in energy, climate, and marine.
countries across industry, academia, and government.

Our Expertise

Engaged Research
MaREI are advancing engaged research and participatory methodologies by supporting stakeholder engagement.
Doctoral Training Programme
The MaREI PhD cohort is a vibrant and innovative research community, leading the way in Energy, Climate & Marine Research.

A Cork Community and Researchers work together to slow down Coastal Erosion

In ‘The embrace of the sea’ Jimmy Murphy in MaREI and Dena O’Donovan in Inchydoney talk about their concerns regarding coastal erosion and how they are working together to better understand and address it for Blue Horizons, an online film series, presented by the World Ocean Council and produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial Productions for Science Foundation Ireland.