A full year after the initial meeting of the GreenOffshoreTech project held online, project representatives met in Brussels.
GreenOffshoreTech is a Cluster Facilitated Project with the purpose of supporting innovation in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), fostering the development of the emerging Blue Economy industries by enabling new cross-sectorial and cross-border value chains based on shared challenges and the deployment of key enabling technologies (KET). GreenOffshoreTech will facilitate the creation of new products, processes, or services with the ambition to make offshore production and transportation green, clean and sustainable towards a resource-efficient economy and EU GreenDeal while facing Reindustrialization.
In addition to the Icelandic Ocean Cluster, there are eleven other participants: MNU in Norway, Fórum Oceano in Portugal, Cleantech in Latvia, Centrum Kooperacji Recyklingu in Poland, Composites United in Germany, Cluster Mechatronik & Automation Management GGMBH in Germany, Highlands and Islands Enterprise in Scotland, Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland in Germany, Instytut Gospodarki Surowcami Mineralnymi I Energia Pan in Poland, Scaberia AS in Norway, and Balance Technology Consulting GMBH in Germany.
You can find more information about the project here: https://greenoffshoretech.com/about/