DTOceanPlus publishes five new deliverables
- Research & Development
The EU-funded DTOceanPlus project have recently produced five new deliverables now openly shared with the marine energy sector.
Specifically, the development initiated several months ago, has resulted in the release of four alpha versions of the suite:
- Structured innovation design tool by Energy Systems Catapult
- Stage gate design tool by Wave Energy Scotland
- Site characterisation module of the Deployment design tool by France Énergies Marines
- Reliability, availability, maintainability and survivability module of the Assessment design tool by Aalborg University
DTOceanPlus, through the H2020 program, is part of the EC initiative to deliver free access to scientific publications and also research data.
The aim of the DTOceanPlus project is to develop and demonstrate a suite of second generation advanced design tools for the selection, development and deployment of ocean energy systems, including sub-systems, energy capture devices and arrays.
With the budget of €8 million, the project should last until April 2021.
The project includes European companies with international partners from the United States.