Selkie Offshore Renewable Energy - Sustainability and Commercialisation

Offshore Renewable Energy - Sustainability and Commercialisation

Selkie Project

Workpackage 9 – Sustainability and Commercialisation

The Selkie Project [grant number 81874] is funded through the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Cooperation Programme. The primary aim of the Selkie project is to facilitate and contribute to the deployment of Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) technologies in open sea environments in the most efficient and cost-effective manner for both Ireland and Wales. On this webpage you will find research outputs from Workpackage 9 of the SELKIE PROJECT which was a work package led by researchers from SRERC. The overall objective of WP9 is to ensure the sustainability of the Selkie aims beyond the project and the acceleration to commercialisation of Offshore Renewable Energy opportunities in Ireland and Wales. 

The workpackage has produced two working papers and also two data summaries.  These are available below:

Selkie Qualitative Executive Summary for Interviewees

Selkie Workpackage 9 Data Report - April 2023

Crowley et al (2023) Working Paper 1

Barrett et al (2023) Working Paper 2


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