MAESTRALE Project aims to lay the foundations for a strategy for the deployment of maritime energy in the Mediterranean area. Based on a survey of existing and innovative technologies, barriers and potentials in participating Countries, MAESTRALE aims to broaden the sharing of knowledge among scientists, policy makers, entrepreneurs and citizens and encourage effective measures and investments for the Blue Growth.

If your company or organization is interested in the emerging sector of renewable marine energy, now you have the opportunity to include it in the special stakeholders’ map on the Maestrale webgis platform. You only need to compile the online form here: Stakeholders’ map

Le projet MAESTRALE vise à jeter les bases d'une stratégie de déploiement de l'énergie maritime en Méditerranée. En bref, sur la base d'une enquête sur les technologies existantes et innovantes, les obstacles et les potentiels dans les Pays participants, MAESTRALE vise à élargir le partage des connaissances entre les scientifiques, les décideurs politiques, les entrepreneurs et les citoyens et à encourager les mesures et les investissements efficaces pour la Croissance Bleue.

Si votre entreprise ou organisation est intéressée par le secteur émergent des énergies marines renouvelables, vous avez maintenant la possibilité de l’inclure dans la carte spéciale des Stakeholders sur la plateforme Webgis de Maestrale. Il vous suffit de compiler le formulaire en ligne ici: Carte des Stakeholders

News

Two reports from the wind world summit

It was launched by Basque energy agency

Marine biomass plant and wave energy its Pilot Projects

Hundred of people visited UniSiena stand

The project is built on Nova’s power station

The conference was held in Greece last 20-22 September 2018

Our results in a glance

A periodic newsletter updates about Maestrale main achievements and findings and gives an overview on forthcoming events

Maestrale geo-database embedds information on energy potentials in the Mediterranean basin, best practices and case studies. It records more than 50 best practices and case studies of Blue Energy plants or prototypes with details on technology, production yield and technical requirements.

The infographic illustrates the 8 sources of Blue Energy used in the Mediterranean sea: from the marine current till the offshore wind farms, all technologies support the creation of energy from the sea, and have been introduced and analysed during Maestrale activities.

Blue Energy Labs are created in all participating countries as networking workshops among institutional, academia, civil society and industry actors to stimulate sharing of information and knowledge transfer.
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10

Partners

8

Countries

2.4

M € Budget

36

Months