/ January 01, 2010 - June 30, 2014
Marine Renewable Integrated Application Platform
|Partners||University of Edinburgh, University College Cork, NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), Dong Energy Power A/S, Risoe - DTU, Technip France SAS, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Progeco S.r.l., 1-Tech, Corrosion & Water-Control BV, Statoil Petroleum AS, Bureau Veritas Marine Nederland B.V., Tecnalia R&I, Acciona Energia S.A., Universidade do Algarve|
|Duration||1.1.2010 - 30.6.2014|
|Funding by||European Commission (FP7)|
|Persons in charge||Jochen Bard|
|Focus||Project Liaison Board member in the role of the ORECCA project leader and coordinator to assist the management team in securing an optimal contact and communication channel with the broader market.|
This project will establish a set of equitable and transparent criteria for the evaluation of multi-purpose platforms for marine renewable energy. Using these criteria, the project will produce a novel, whole-system set of design- and optimisation tools addressing, inter alia, new platform design, component engineering, risk assessment, marine spatial planning, platform-related grid connection concepts, all focussed on system integration and reducing costs.