This is a great opportunity to influence the direction of travel of research and development in this excellent group of institutions (Plymouth University, University of Exeter, University of Bristol, University of Bath, University of Southampton, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and Marine Biological Association) in order to tackle challenges faced by industry that require specialist knowledge and innovation, specialist equipment and cost effective solutions and that will benefit from a collaborative approach.
The workshop will be structured to identify research priority areas across environmental/consenting and technical aspects of marine renewable energy.
The output of the workshop will be a priority list that will form the basis of a PRIMaRE/SWMEP Roadmap, and will be used to inform future funding scopes within research and development.
The workshop will take place ahead of the Marine Energy Programme Board Meeting at Plymouth University on Wednesday 4 March 2015 13:45 – 17:15.
You can find the Agenda for the Workshop here