Indigo Med SMPC

A Science Communication SME, based in Athens, Greece is looking for partners to work on HORIZON-CL5-2024-D3-02-08

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Deadline: Sep 5, 2024
Organization:Indigo Med SMPC
Project locations: EU 27 EU 27
Sectors: Energy, Environment & NRM Energy, Environment & NRM
Partner types: Academic Institution, Consulting Organization, Government Agency, NGO, Other Academic Institution, Consulting Organization, Government Agency, NGO, Other
Partner locations: EU 27, Europe Non EU 27 EU 27, Europe Non EU 27

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Indigo-Med is a Science Communication SME, based in Athens, Greece. With over 15 years staff experience, a background in marine science & expertise in dissemination & communication of EU projects, including blue economy, maritime and ocean literacy, we have cooperated internationally with distinguished research centres & universities, providing innovative dissemination of outputs to all interested stakeholders. We can design, create & implement communication strategies tailored to your needs.

Minimisation of environmental, and optimisation of socio-economic impacts in the deployment, operation and decommissioning of offshore wind farms

TOPIC ID: HORIZON-CL5-2024-D3-02-08

Programme: Horizon Europe Framework Programme (HORIZON)
Call: Sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply (HORIZON-CL5-2024-D3-02)

Topic description
 
ExpectedOutcome:

If the project is on the first action 1) than the project results are expected to contribute to at least three of the outcomes a), b), and c). If the project is on the second action 2) than the project results is expected to contribute at least two of the outcomes a), b) and d)

  • Enhanced sustainability by addressing economic, social and environmental aspects (air pollution, waste management, health and safety, job opportunities, wildlife concerns, etc.) of offshore wind farms (a).
  • Enhanced overall sustainability of large-scale production of offshore wind farms based on mainstreamed Life Cycle Analysis addressing social, economic and environmental aspects, as well as improved circularity of offshore wind turbines (b).
  • Improved understanding on the negative and positive impacts of offshore wind farms throughout their lifetime (c).
  • Innovative and cost-effective solutions for the construction and decommissioning of offshore wind farms aiming also the minimisation of the potential impacts to biodiversity and protected species and habitats (d).
Scope:

The aim is to develop and promote the use of modelling tools and objective holistic assessment metrics for realistic in-depth analysis of (cumulative) impacts of wind installations on the environment and on local communities and to integrate these in design tools for the deployment and decommissioning of offshore wind farms. It will be as well necessary to find innovative solutions to minimize the environmental impact during all stages of the life cycle of offshore wind farms but especially for the construction and decommissioning phase. An assessment framework for installations is needed with nature inclusive design options valuing ‘created habitats’ vs ‘natural habitats’.

Please, use the following page to get more information regarding this call:https://www.developmentaid.org/grants/view/1047985/minimisation-of-environmental-and-optimisation-of-socio-economic-impacts-in-the-deployment-operation