We receive EU's grant support to develop the world's first successfully offshore tested combined wind and wave platform
H2020 EU-SME grant – The Poseidon Project
Floating Power Plant was in June 2015 awarded €1.14m for the 2 year project ”Market Maturation of Floating Power Plant’s Floating Wind- Wave- Energy Device - POSEIDON” under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 673976. This support has already and will further speed up and increase the effort for the commercialisation of the UK market.
We greatly appreciate the support and trust we experience from the EU, utilities and site developers that have provided support and letters for the application.
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The project contains the following 6 work packages:
ICONN-EID. European Industrial DoCtorate on Offshore WiNd and Wave ENergy
ICONN is a unique European industrial doctorate initiative to meet the current and future demand for highly skilled offshore wind and wave energy engineers by developing and improving European capacity in the design, development and performance optimisation for offshore wind and wave energy infrastructures. The main objective is to address specific challenges and capabilities related to advanced modelling of hydrodynamics, hydraulics and control in order to improve the effective and efficient deployment of offshore wind and wave installations through the development of new computational algorithms for design of components and innovative control strategies.
The initiative is strongly influenced by active participation from industries, and will develop and improve European capacity in the offshore renewable energy area, since Europe strives to lead the global market in this sector. Floating Power Plant, together with Trinity College of Dublin and Aalborg University, are the three beneficiaries of this Horizon2020 Programme, and three early stage researchers will receive individualised training that embraces elements of personalised learning, and network-wide technical skills guidance.
The proposed training contributes greatly to European Commission strategic research, training and innovation actions as established through the Europe 2020 strategy, Blue Energy, and in European Commission Innovation Union goals.
For more details on ICONN visit www.eid-iconn.eu or contact Pilar Heras firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 2830 7871.