New resource group for renewable energy launched
This week, participants from industry, academia, research, and public organizations came together to discuss how we can collaborate to promote good dialogue and interaction around common activities in renewable energy.
Through discussions on everything from mapping value chains for offshore wind to identifying gaps in the renewable energy sector, we have received many inputs to follow up on in terms of topics and activities.
– We look forward to delving into the digital post-it notes and working further with all the feedback on common projects, themes, and upcoming activities, says Karianne Kojen Andersen, Innovation Manager at GCE Ocean Technology and leader of the renewable group.
Join our group for renewable energy
We invite even more employees from our partner and member companies to join our resource group for renewable energy and contribute with your expertise. Together, we will work to raise awareness of topics and find common ground for projects and activities in renewable energy.
– Fabulous to be able to participate and contribute to this forum and look forward to gaining new knowledge and finding new solutions together to solve some of our current ocean industry challenges, wrote Ellen C. Svestad from USEA Ocean Data on LinkedIn after the meeting.
How to register
If you would like to be part of this group - please contact Karianne Kojen Andersen, Innovation Manager in GCE Ocean Technology.
We extend our gratitude to Western Norway University of Applied Sciences for lending us space in their fantastic facilities in Bergen, and we look forward to continuing the discussions in our next meeting, which will be digital.
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