Seanergy 2020

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Seanergy 2020

Guiding principles, assessment of current practice, and conclusions for licensing and permitting offshore renewable energy structures in an MSP process

Seanergy 2020

The study provides an overview of relevant legal and governance barriers to transnational maritime spatial planning.

Seanergy 2020

Scenarios are used to find more flexible solutions in a transparent manner for cross-border MSP and determine benefits.

Seanergy 2020

Aims to assess whether, given, the right policies and legislations are in place to what extent, have countries developed Maritime Spatial Plans, how these are being implemented and enforced and, whether they are being monitored and reviewed.

Seanergy 2020

Examines how and to what extent the legislation in the Member States provide for transboundary MSP and provides recommendations

Seanergy 2020

Cross-sector coordination; conflict minimisation agreements and compensation; consultation and recommendations for sector conflict management.

Seanergy 2020

The recommendations focused on the challenges and opportunities of combining national and transnational MSP approaches to support the promotion of offshore renewable energy (ORE) sources.

Seanergy 2020

Overview of all relevant legislation regulating maritime activities and their impact on offshore renewable energy projects.

Seanergy 2020

Stakeholder representation, consultation on plans and projects, transparency, timeframes and appeals process recommendations

Seanergy 2020

Recommendations for types of data to use in MSP, geographic coverage, mechanisms for collection & dissemination