Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) is happy to invite you to the Marine Energy Deep Dive: ‘The circular future of offshore renewables’ 8th of February. In line with the EU Circular Economy Action Plan, new projects in the offshore renewable sector must apply a more circular design approach. Embracing circularity increases efficiency and the design of long lasting, resilient and recyclable materials and ultimately minimises waste generation.
In this Deep Dive, Dutch company New Economy will give us insights in how they activate entrepreneurs to (re)design products, services and business models in order to do circular business. And importantly, where to start?
Portuguese INESC TEC will focus in their presentation on circularity of materials in the offshore renewable energy / marine energy sector.
Dive with us!
Do you want to know the latest developments on circularity in the offshore renewable energy sector? Dive with us on 8 February, online from 13.00h – 14.00h CET! Register here.
In the monthly Marine Energy Deep Dives for our Marine Energy Community, Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) shares knowledge & ideas and explores topics related to marine energy.
Met o.a. de volgende sprekers: Jonah Link (New Economy BV) & Sander des Tombe (Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC))
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