The Call of Applications for the 2020 Atlantic Project Awards is open until 18 June 2020.
The Award honours projects with outstanding success stories, located on the Atlantic coastal area in Ireland, France, Portugal or Spain.
The winner will receive a trophy and a certificate at the Awards Ceremony in France later this year. The awarded project will also be featured in the Atlantic Project Awards’ electronic publications and media coverage. The Atlantic Project Awards will further promote the ‘scaling up of best practices at regional and national levels’.
Any ocean energy project inside the Atlantic Strategy area and funded at local, regional, national, or European level from public and/or private sources can apply under the ‘Marine Renewable Energy’ category.
You can apply here.
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