Workshop at OEE2020

OceanSET workshop at OEE2020

Workshop at OEE2020

OceanSET workshop at OEE2020

An overview of the progress in the ocean energy sector

1st December – 03:00 to 04:00 PM

This OceanSET workshop is being organised at OEE2020 to encourage knowledge and expertise sharing between innovation providers and funders. It will be a real opportunity to share the very first results of the second-year mapping and analysis carried out in Member States. Insights will be provided on funding programmes, revenue support, consenting processes or projects funded across Member States, and on technologies, energy production or Investment and O&M costs of the more mature ocean energy devices.

The workshop will be chaired by Gianmaria Sannino, from ENEA.

The agenda will be:

  • OceanSET H2020 project presentation, by Patricia Comiskey from SEAI
  • Review of the results of the second annual survey addressed to the Member States, by Patricia Comiskey from SEAI
  • Update on the second annual survey addressed to the technolgy developers, by Ana Andrade from DGEG and Ruairi Maciver from WES
  • Update on SET-Plan reporting, the state of the energy union; analysis on the status of ocean energy; how the data collected by projects such as OceanSET is important to feed into such analysis, by Drilona Shtjefni from EU JRC

This side event will be free of charge. You can register here, by choosing th Free pass option.

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Fifth report on the state of the energy union

5th Report state energy union

Fifth report on the state of the energy union

The 2020 report, published on 14 October 2020, is the first state of the energy union report since the adoption of the European Green Deal. It looks at the energy union’s contribution to Europe’s long-term climate goals.

It takes stock of the progress made in the five dimensions of the energy union – decarbonisation, including renewables, energy efficiency, the internal energy market, security of supply and research, innovation and competitiveness. The report provides guidance on the swift implementation of the national energy and climate plans (NECPs) and on how energy-related investment and reforms can boost the EU’s economic recovery. It highlights how the NextGenerationEU recovery plan can support EU countries through a number of flagship funding programmes. 

This report is also accompanied by a wide range of reports and annexes, including the Commission’s individual assessment of each EU country’s final NECP, analysing the contribution each country is committed to make to the EU 2030 energy and climate targets, and the policies planned to attain these.

> Learn more: https://ec.europa.eu/energy/topics/energy-strategy/energy-union/fifth-report-state-energy-union_en

 

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Just released: 1st annual report

1st OceanSET annual report

Just released: 1st annual report

1st OceanSET annual report

Three annual reports will be developed over the course of the project. Data collected annually will inform Member States and the European Commission on the sector’s progress and will assist in the development of future support schemes.

This first annual report provides an overview of progress in the ocean energy sector in 2018 and the range of the activities undertaken in each OceanSET work package.

> Donwload: D6.5 – 1st OceanSET annual report

 

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1st dissemination webinar

1st OceanSET webinar

1st dissemination webinar

1st OceanSET webinar

A webinar will held on 7 May, at 11:00 AM CEST in close collaboration with ETIP Ocean.

This webinar will provide an update on the ocean energy sector, based on recent information on costs, technologies, revenue support and other facts across European countries as presented in the first annual report produced by the OceanSET project.

Registration is already open: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2097285850889819403

 

PROGRAMME

1 – OceanSET project and its surveying activity (France Energies Marines) – 10 min

2 – Annual assessment of the EU ocean energy sector (Sustainable Energy Authority Of Ireland) – 20 min

3 – Pre-commercial procurement programme (Wave Energy Scotland) – 10 min

4 – Q/A session – 20 min

 

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Coming soon: 1st annual report

The public annual report is coming soon

Coming soon: 1st annual report

The public annual report is coming soon

The first OceanSET annual report provides a summary of the activities performed so far within each work package and gives an overview of Member State financial investments in support of the ocean energy sector in 2018. These figures are put in context along with the progress of the sector over the same period of time. The main conclusions and recommendations were presented to EU Commission representatives on 24 March.

This methodology of mapping, analysis, monitoring and review will be carried out for 2019 and 2020. It should help obtain a solid understanding of the current activities across Europe regarding ocean energy in order to determine how the sector will evolve.

The public version of the annual report will be released soon and will be available for download on this website.

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Knowledge sharing: crossview from partners

1st knowledge sharing workshop presentations

Knowledge sharing: crossview from partners

1st knowledge sharing workshop presentations

The first knowledge sharing workshop was held on the 30th of September 2019 alongside wit the Ocean Energy Europe conference in Dublin. After an introduction to the OceanSET project, information was shared with the audience regarding technology challenges, financing measures to further support deployment of ocean energy, evaluation criteria allowing to estimate the maturity of the technologies and the necessity for the community to share transparency on costs and costs targets for ocean energy.


Presentations are in free access below:

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Workshop at OEE2019

1st OceanSET workshop

Workshop at OEE2019

 

1st OceanSET workshop

30 September 2019, 11:30 – 13:30

This workshop is organized to encourage knowledge and expertise sharing between innovation providers and funders.

PROGRAMME

Presentation of OceanSET Project by Declan Meally, SEAI

1 – Technology gaps in wave and tidal stream by Henry Jeffrey, University of Edinburgh

2 – Financing for effective development by Tim Hurst, Wave Energy Scotland

3 – Stage-gate metrics: the new TRL by Jonathan Hodges, Wave Energy Scotland

4 – Transparency on costs by Gianmaria Sannino, ENEA

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1st workshop: Save the date

1st knowledge sharing workshop in the framework of OceanSET at OEE2019

1st workshop: Save the date

 

1st knowledge sharing workshop in the framework of OceanSET at OEE2019SAVE THE DATE: 30 September 2019, 11:30 – 13:30

This workshop will be organized to encourage knowledge and expertise sharing between innovation providers and funders.

PROGRAMME

Presentation of OceanSET Project by Declan Meally, SEAI

1 – Technology gaps in wave and tidal stream by Henry Jeffrey, University of Edinburgh

2 – Financing for effective development by Tim Hurst, Wave Energy Scotland

3 – Stage-gate metrics: the new TRL by Jonathan Hodges, Wave Energy Scotland

4 – Transparency on costs by Gianmaria Sannino, ENEA

 > Follow this link to register: www.oceanenergy-europe.eu/annual/oceanset-workshop

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OceanSET website

OceanSET website is on line

OceanSET website

OceanSET website

The OceanSET project website is online! You can consult all the information related to the objectives and the methodology that will be followed.

Public deliverables will be published in the documentation section. News and press releases will be posted to keep you informed of the progress of the work and the results obtained. You can also subscribe to the newsletter at the bottom of this page.

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OceanSET kick-off meeting

OceanSET project began with a kick-off meeting in March 2019

OceanSET kick-off meeting

oceanset-kickoff-meeting

Representatives of the 9 partners met in Brussels (Belgium) to launch the project from 19 to 20 March 2019 at the kick-off meeting organized by SEAI, the project leader.

This was an opportunity for the participants in the project to meet and discuss the tasks with the closest deadlines.

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