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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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Enhancing the Integration of Disaster Risk and Climate Change Adaptation in Irish Emergency Planning

The research will address the national policy and decision-making processes, as well as the local and regional planning and response mechanisms.

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Bridge SMS

BRIDGE SMS is a software application that empowers engineers and key personnel to predict, identify and prepare for potentially destructive flood events.

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EFACE (ElectroFuels in A Circular Economy)

EFACE investigates the development of a Power to Gas facility, to introduce electrofuels in the form of hydrogen and methane to the Cork Lower Harbour, providing storage for electricity generated from wind turbines at times when demand for electricity is low.

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CAPACITY

The CAPACITY project will further develop and update tools to facilitate insights and robust decision making about the appropriate long-term decarbonisation pathway for Ireland.

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EcoAD

The EcoAD project intends to develop economic solutions for future on-farm anaerobic digestion technologies using typical Irish farm-based feedstock (animal slurries, excess grass silage and straw).

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