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NorthSEE

The report is the result of the NorthSEE project.

Landscape and Urban Planning Journal - Vol. 196, 2020.  

This research note explores opportunities for spatial planning to enhance the consideration of biodiversity and ecosystem services (ES) in Europe and Central Asia. It refers to and is built on the regional assessment of the Intergovernmental Scien

WindEurope

How will offshore wind help Europe go carbon-neutral?

Specific Challenge: The contribution of offshore wind power to the energy mix is expected to increase significantly by 2030.

Specific Challenge: Ocean energy could provide clean, predictable, indigenous and reliable energy and contribute to the EU's objective of reaching a share of renewables of at least 32% of the EU’s gross final consumption by 2030.

Call 9 is full for applications only!

The programme has 4 priority themes and each theme is divided into two or three specific objectives. Every project has to select one specific objective that it will work towards.   

This Call is open to Expressions of Interest only. The programme’s Steering Committee will meet in June 2019 to decide about the submitted EOIs. Successful EOIs will be invited to apply in Call 11, which will be open only for Full Applications.

Interreg Baltic Sea Region is launching the second call for applications for project platforms in its priorities 1-3.

NorthSEE

An often-discussed theme in Maritime Spatial planning is the relation between Offshore Wind Farms (OWF) and shipping and how to plan to reduce conflict/risk between the two sectors.

RGI is a unique collaboration of NGOs and Transmission System Operators (TSOs) from across Europe.

The North Seas Countries’ Offshore Grid Initiative was a regional cooperation of 10 countries to facilitate the coordinated development of a possible offshore electricity grid in the greater North Sea area.