Projects

MaREI has achieved significant success in EU and national funding programmes, which facilitates our cooperation with numerous partners from industry, academia and government across 31 countries. MaREI’s portfolio of projects demonstrates our successful track record in high-impact collaborative research, comprising our participation – as partner and coordinator – in all pillars of H2020, as well as in all strands of INTERREG, and the programmes of other European agencies.

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Nature+Energy

Nature+Energy is founded on the idea that wind farms have the potential to provide so much more than renewable energy.

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HyLIGHT

HyLIGHT is a 3-year project funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and a 25-strong industry consortium through MaREI the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine, UCC, DCU & NUIG.

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Dingle Peninsula 2030

Dingle Peninsula 2030 is a multi-partner initiative based on the Dingle Peninsula, in Co. Kerry. It involves the Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub, ESB Networks, the MaREI Centre, and North East West Kerry Development (NEWKD).

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TEA

TEA's aim is to study the principal solutions available in the Irish market to retrofit traditional fabric buildings to comply with the Better Energy Homes Scheme.

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AmpyxPower

Airborne wind energy is an innovative and elegant solution to the world’s growing energy needs.

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BenchValue

Europe aspires to create a thriving bio-economy. For this, new innovative product value chains need to be developed, but an increased uptake of bio-based products is only possible if they are economic and more sustainable than competitive products. 

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nZEB-RETROFIT

This will be done with the aim of facilitating the emergence of products and tools for the development of high performance retrofitted buildings in respect of sustainable development, in terms of design, consumption, building methods, materials, energy efficiency, costs and user comfort.

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Braced Steel Frame

Resistance to seismic loading in steel structures is often provided by the use of concentrically braced frames (CBFs), which are designed to undergo numerous cycles of inelastic deformation through the tensile yielding and inelastic global buckling of its bracing members.

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