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Ocean energy

ocean energy refers to the energy carried by ocean waves, tides, salinity, and ocean temperature differences. The movement of water in the world’s oceans creates a vast store of kinetic energy, or energy in motion. This energy can be harnessed to generate electricity to power homes, transport and industries.

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Ocean Energy Forum - Technology Committee

See member list and individual profiles of the Technology Committee members

Last update: 08/10/15

Ocean Energy Forum - Environment & Consenting Committee

See member list and individual profiles of the Environment & Consenting Committee members

Last update: 15/09/15

Energy Catalyst

The Energy Catalyst has been established by Innovate UK, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to accelerate innovation in the energy sector from concept to pre-commercial readiness by providing investment and support at the time, in the way and at the scale innovators need it. Funding of up to £10million is available for the third round, which opened on 30 April 2015. The closing date to register to apply for mid or late stages in this competition is 2nd September 2015. This link is for a webinar opportunity for potential applicants to pitch ideas.

Last update: 11/08/15

Wave Energy Scotland

Wave Energy Scotland will seek applications from interested parties who will be able to apply for up to 100% funding (via a contract) for wave technology development projects. Applications will be made through a competitive project call process. WES is particularly interested in projects which will produce new technology and technology transfer, and/or bring about significant changes in the performance of existing technologies

Last update: 11/08/15

International Ocean Governance - Public Consultation

All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly sought from stakeholders, private and public, as well as international governmental and non-governmental organisations.

Last update: 22/07/15

Ocean Energy Forum - Strategic Roadmap 3-page summaries

Following the 4th Ocean Energy Forum event in Bilbao on 01 July 2015, an updated version of the Working Groups’ 3-page summaries is now available

Last update: 01/02/18

Launch of InnovFin Energy Demonstration Projects (EDP) facility

The EIB Group and the European Commission have launched the Energy Demo Projects (EDP) facility under the InnovFin umbrella to provide risk financing and boost the competitiveness of innovative energy technology companies in Europe

Last update: 01/02/18

RiCORE project

A Risk based consenting for offshore renewables project funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

Last update: 17/07/15

Ocean Energy Forum third workshop

The Ocean Energy Forum was established in April 2014 to accelerate the development of the ocean energy. It brings together key stakeholders to work on the issues that currently hinder further progress in the sector. It is organised into three workstreams: a technology workstream, a finance workstream and an environmental and consenting workstream. These groups have permanent steering groups and chairs but anyone with a stake in the sector can join any workstream and contribute. The Forum has already met two times in large plenary sessions: for the opening in Brussels in April 2014 and in Dublin in June 2014. A highlevel meeting with ministers and CEOs took place in October 2014 in Paris.

Last update: 01/02/18

Ocean Energy Forum second workshop

This workshop followed up on the initial discussions that had taken place at the Ocean Energy Forum launch event on the 4th of April in Brussels. In Dublin, the Steering Groups of the three workstreams were introduced and their members were asked to refine workstream agendas and develop a work plan for the next three months. Given that this event followed the final conference of the EU-funded SI OCEAN project, which set out to develop a strategic technology agenda and a market deployment strategy for the tidal and wave energy sectors, the participants were particularly encouraged to debate how these documents can be used in the upcoming work of the Forum

Last update: 01/02/18

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