In order to further harness the potential of Europe’s oceans, seas and coasts, we need to understand how value is created, delivered, and captured today, what the growth potential is and how it can be unlocked.

Important questions associated with this are: “Can the limited space that is available across Europe be shared among companies from different sectors?” and “What synergies can be created by working together and/or sharing resources?”

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MARIBE Summary booklets: workpackages, case studies and results

As maritime activity increases so does the competition for space. This led to the European Commission to publish a call in 2014 asking researchers to prepare for the ‘future innovative offshore economy’. It was in response to this call that the MARIBE project was initiated with the aim of promoting growth and jobs within the Blue Economy.

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Read all about the history of Maribe in this Maribe Booklet.

MARIBE Closing event

The closing event of H2020 project MARIBE will take place this August and will be hosted at MaREI  – Institute for Marine Renewable Energy Ireland based in Cork Harbour, Ireland. During Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st of August a wide range of companies, institutions and organisations from all over Europe with an interest in Multi-use of Space and Multi-use platforms  will come together and the findings of the MARIBE project will be presented.  More information on the meeting is available on the Closing event page.
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