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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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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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CREDENCE

CREDENCE explores two key dimensions of the shift to a renewable based energy system, namely to what extent will energy systems be electrified and what are the optimal levels of decentralization for future energy systems.

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BIM Development Acoustic Device

This project will conduct a more scientifically robust study on similar vessels targeting pollack and hake in 2016.

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Interactions between grey seals & fisheries in Irish waters

This study will quantify the spatial overlap of seal foraging and fisheries effort, and thus the potential for resource competition.

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Tupperwave

This project is focussed on the development of a novel efficient and cost-competitive wave energy conversion device for the generation of high-quality renewable electricity.

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Technical Delivery of Irish Climate Information Platform

Led by Irish Centre for High End Computing (ICHEC) with UCC as a partner in this project.

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National Risk Assessment of Impacts of Climate Change

The primary aim of the proposed research is to establish a national risk and impacts assessment of the affect upon Ireland of the current and future patterns in the 21st Century of climate warming.

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