News

New programme to support SMEs with Earth Observation technologies develop international business

Space2Waves, a new European Funded project, has launched a Call of Interest to support SMEs with ear...

Funding available for SMEs working on technologies for small flying objects in the Blue Growth Sector

UFO (Emerging IndUstries new value chains boosted by small Flying Objects) is a new European Project...

Events

Tidal Energy Supply Chain Webinar, Anti-fouling and anti-corrosion requirements for tidal turbines, 21st October 2020, online

Businesses are invited to join the fourth in a series of six supply chain seminar events as part of ...

Virtual Smart Ports Hackathon, 23rd October 2020, online

This project is inviting app developers, tech startups, students, hackers, gamers, and everyone who ...

WICO (Wind of the Coast) Project Overview

Marine South East is working with partners from Italy and Spain to share knowledge and experience of the deployment of small wind energy systems along coastlines.

Coastal areas offer a wide range of opportunities to produce wind, current and tidal renewable energy, WICO partners have identifies small wind systems as suitable for integration along the coast to exploit the presence of on-shore and off-shore winds.

The WICO project will produce guidelines to facilitate the development of policies to enable faster and wider deployment of small-scale renewable energy systems. Engagement with policy makers and organisations with planning responsibilities will be vital to the project.

The project aims to develop tools to share technical information on these new generation systems and the knowledge required to overcome barriers to their use.

To subscribe to the free WICO newsletter please click here http://www.marinesoutheast.co.uk/wico/news/#subs

To download the WICO brochure please click here
http://www.marinesoutheast.co.uk/wico/downloads/

For more information contact Simon Powell simon@marinesoutheast.co.uk

or visit the WICO website at http://www.marinesoutheast.co.uk/wico



Posted 2009-09-04 11:29:56

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