The MOREnergy Lab renews the partnership agreement with Eni.
MORE Lab was funded by Eni’s contribution, thanks to Eni’s will to invest in cutting-edge research in the offshore renewable energy field. The common objective concerns the joint work of researchers and the industrial application of technologies for the exploitation of marine energy resources.
Pantelleria – test site
Carloforte (Isola di San Pietro) – test site
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Universidad Nacional de la Plata
École Centrale de Nantes
Unversité de Bordeaux
Freie Universität Berlin
University College Cork
Instituto Superior Técnico Lisboa
Universidad de Cantabria
University College London
The University of Edimburgh
University of Bath
Institute of Technology Massachuttets
NREL – National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Oregon State University
The International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy (INORE) is an association of postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and other professionals, working in the fields of offshore wind, wave, tidal and ocean thermal energy conversion.
For more information visit INORE.
MOREnergy Lab is an active sponsor and supporter of INORE, has organized the Italian symposia of 2015 and 2019, and our researchers are part of the INORE committee board.
International Integrated Wave Energy Research (IIWER) has the support of recognized wave energy experts, and seeks to enhance international collaborations through joint publications and project proposals.
The group aims to bring together wave energy researchers, and allow them to develop collaborative research publications that can lead to international and interdisciplinary projects.
IIWER offers a platform to exchange ideas and actively support the development of research publications, and nurture the publications resulting from our Members collaborating.
For more information visit IIWER.
MOREnergy Lab believes in collaboration between global experts in the field and be willing to work together for a stronger international collaboration network.
OEE (Ocean Energy Europe) is the largest network of ocean energy professionals in the world. Over 120 organisations, including Europe’s leading utilities, industrialists and research institutes, trust OEE to represent the interests of Europe’s ocean energy sector.
Ocean Energy Europe’s mission is to create a strong environment for the development of ocean energy, improve access to funding, and enhance business opportunities for its members.
To achieve this, OEE engages with the European Institutions (Commission, Parliament, Council, EIB, etc), and national ministries on policy issues affecting the sector.
For more information visit OEE.
MOREnergy Lab is part of this great network and is an active member of Ocean Energy Europe.
MOREnergy Lab’s Research Center has been selected as the Italian regional partner of the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat.
Islands across Europe are accelerating their transition to clean energy. The Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat supports European islands in their planning with technical support, capacity-building activities and networking opportunities.
For more information visit Clean Energy for EU Island – Pantelleria.