CF2T Monitoring of foundation for tidal turbines
Developing a modular foundation to reduce installation costs. Implementing monitoring frameworks to improve reliability of the foundation.
ELBE, Europe Leading Blue Energy
ELBE is an EU-funded project that aims to contribute positioning Europe as the world technological and industrial leader in Blue Energy, with a special focus on floating offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.
International collaboration and digital tools to lead to more efficient processes and reduced environmental impact within shipping.
Port Collaborative Decision Making
PortCDM enables all stakeholders in the port call process to collaborate and share data by the use of a standardized port call message format. This drives the creation of common situational awareness for enhanced and synchronized …
Wave energy has a high potential for being a significant source of renewable energy. The cost of energy is however still large compared to e.g. offshore wind. By controlling the motion of the wave energy converter (WEC), the power…
Changing antifouling practices for leisure boats in the Baltic Sea
Leisure boating is contributing to the high levels of contaminants in the Baltic Sea. Nearly 30% of the Swedish Baltic Sea leisure boats use an overload of copper that is not necessary considering the relatively mild fouling press…
Replicable business models for modern rural economies
Rubizmo experts from across Europe will analyse business model successes – and failures – from 100’s of previous European and nationally funded initiatives. By examining these in context of their collaboration and support network,…
Baltic Blue Growth - fully operational mussel farms against eutrophication
One of the most serious challenges the Baltic Sea is facing is eutrophication, the enrichment of ecosystems by chemical nutrients. The objective of the project is to remove nutrients from the Baltic Sea Region by farming and harve…
RiaSoR2. Reliability in a Sea of Risk
Marine energy devices operate in harsh environments but still need to perform reliably and produce an expected amount of energy, which gives rise to huge engineering challenges.