Dutch and Australians form marine energy partnership
Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) and Australian Ocean Energy Group (AOEG) have entered into formal collaboration with the joint goal to accelerate international development of the ocean energy industry.
According to the organizations, the key aim of this alliance is to advance renewable ocean energy through the exchange of technical and market knowledge.
Together, the organizations plan to build upon their respective efforts to increase international market demand for the rapidly maturing ocean energy industry.
AOEG is an industry-led cluster formed to facilitate collaboration of the ocean energy industry in Australia.
Its primary aim is to accelerate the commercialization of wave and tidal energy into Australia’s energy resource mix, by creating viable markets for ocean energy, by connecting the industry with potential end users and facilitating the alignment of technologies that directly address market needs, including decarbonization, electrification, reliability, safety and predictability of supply.
“Cluster structures, like AOEG, provide more effective means to innovate solutions to challenges in ocean energy development. Our members are essential to creating and upholding a strong, innovation-driven, entrepreneurial ecosystem. We are very proud to have the support of such great organizations and individuals, and always welcome aligned organizations to join our network,” AOEG affirms.
DMEC acts as an accelerator for marine energy sector by collaborating with clients in various market segments to identify, explore and realize tailored solutions using innovative marine energy technologies.
“We believe that the enormous amount of energy stored in our oceans, seas and rivers will be a crucial driver to realize our global energy transition and foster sustainable growth. By advancing innovation, mobilizing capital and shaping policies, we create multipurpose energy solutions for a wide variety of markets,” DMEC states.
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