The Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) Programme is organising its first impact event on 4 and 5 December 2019, taking place in Tourcoing, France. The Interreg NWE Programme supports five transnational ocean energy projects that aim at bringing new technologies to the market and stimulating strong policies for the sector.
In the opening session, Oliver Wragg from EMEC will discuss the opportunities to maximise the impacts of projects.
The event also features a dedicated workshop for ocean energy, where project partners will discuss their needs, find synergies and elaborate ideas for further cooperation.
More information and the agenda can be found here.
You can register here before 15 November.
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