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MARINEWIND is a 36-month coordination and support action that will identify bottlenecks and potential opportunities to strengthen floating offshore wind's technology FOWT role in delivering innovative solutions to system integration and will consider how best to integrate such a system by exploring the market, policy and regulations issues, social, financial and techno-economic optimal solutions, and provision for storage and flexibility recommendations.

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MARINEWIND in the news
MARINEWIND in the news

Big thanks to Energygame.gr for spotlighting our project! Your support and sharing our story in the Greek mass media is invaluable. We truly appreciate it! 👉Check the article (Greek language) here

2nd MARINEWIND co-creation workshop in Italy
2nd MARINEWIND co-creation workshop in Italy

🌬️The 2nd Italian co-creation workshop entitled “The responsible deployment of Floating Offshore Wind Technologies (FOWTs): false myths and impacts”, organised in the framework of the MARINEWIND project, took place on March 15th, at the premises of the Civitavecchia Harbour. 💡The workshop gathered representatives from industries, universities and research centers specialised on offshore wind technologies, as well as local authorities, fishermen…

2nd MARINEWIND Co-creation workshop in Spain
2nd MARINEWIND Co-creation workshop in Spain

Ferrol hosted the 2nd Spanish Co-creation Workshop on Offshore Wind Energy in Spain entitled “Barriers and Enablers for FOWT Deployment in Galicia”. 13th of March, marked a significant milestone for Galicia’s sustainable future! Within the framework of the European program MarineWind, Ferrol has witnessed an unprecedented gathering on the development of offshore wind energy in our region. Under the leadership…

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