Annex IV distributes metadata forms (questionnaires) to solicit information from researchers around the world who are exploring the environmental effects of marine renewable energy. This page provides a description and contact information related to the research. Content is updated on an annual basis.

Aquatic Renewable Energy Technologies 2 (Aqua-RET2)

Research Study Annex IV

Title: Aquatic Renewable Energy Technologies 2 (Aqua-RET2)
Researcher:
Start Date:
January 01, 2009
Research End Date:
January 01, 2011
Country:
Receptor:
Technology Type:
Info Updated:
May 17, 2012
Study Status: 
Completed
Princple Investigator Contact Information: 

Name: Olivia Daly (project coordinator)

Email: olivia@aquatt.ie

Project Description: 

After the Aquaret project, Aqua-RET2 intends to continue the dissemination activities and transfer of technology in the sector. Aqua-RET2’s aims and objectives are 1) to identify the labor market needs of the marine renewable sector and ancillary businesses on a sectoral and geographical basis 2) to select, adapt and further develop existing material from Aqua-RET to meet identified labor market needs 3) to integrate the new innovative training content into the work place by piloting new training programs from which outputs will be transferred geographically and between sectors to ensure that training is more responsive to changes in labor market needs 4) to facilitate the transfer of skills from ancillary sectors to the marine renewables sector.

Funding Source: 

EU funded project, Leonardo da Vinci program: Lifelong Learning Programme.

Location of Research: 

Several European countries: Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Scotland, Ireland, and Portugal.

Key Findings: 
  • Marine Operations Course, 1st February 2012, National Maritime College of Ireland in Ringaskiddy, Cork.
  • Course in Marine Operations for Marine Energy Projects, 25th November 2011, Orkney College Maritime Studies Building, Stromness, Orkney, UK.
  • Aqua-RET Environmental Course, 14th of September 2011 - Madeira Island, Portugal.
  • Course in Strategic Planning for Marine Renewables, 21st June 2011, The International Auditorium, Brussels, Belgium.
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