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Article MARINA Platform project: First steps towards deep offshore wind/ocean energy conversion
Author(s) David Ingram, Jan Erik Hanssen, Raul Manzanas, Torgeir Moan (ICOE 2010)
Tags Combine marine renewable concepts, Set of guidelines, Synergies, Wave energy, Tidal energy, Wind
Type Papers
File MARINA Platform project: First steps towards deep offshore wind/ocean energy conversion

Abstract: MARINA Platform project is a new pan- European R&D project on multi purpose renewable energy platforms. This strategic effort will, by mid-2014, establish an EU technology base for exploiting ocean energy concurrently with wind.

MARINA Platform is co-funded by the 7th Framework Programme and performed by 17 partners from 12 countries. It is led by major industrial players with off-shore oil & gas and renewable experience, working with top R&D centres. 

 

 


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