1 February 2018
Feb. 1st, 2018 - The 2 reports launched today in Edinburgh, where the NeSSIE partners gathered hosted by Scottish Enterprise.
Produced by the NeSSIE project, the reports investigated the economic potential of anticorrosion solutions and the state of the art of the development of new materials in the offshore renewables market:
Tackling those issues could save up to €84,000 million for developers and create up to €82,000 million of supply chain opportunities in the wave, tidal and offshore wind sectors across Europe by 2050.
The reports contribute to NeSSIE’s overall objective of developing three investable demonstration projects in offshore renewables focused on corrosion and materials. The projects will utilise the existing EU subsea supply chain and their knowledge to develop commercial solutions.