ABOUT THE PROJECT

Wind energy is expected to provide the largest contribution to the renewable energy targets for 2030. MAREWIND will provide advanced durable materials and recyclable solutions which reduce materials use contributing to the European Union’s climate goals. Advanced materials and nanotechnologies developed will contribute to accelerating clean energy to maintain Europe in the lead position of this sector critical for the energy transition. Furthermore, MAREWIND solution will improve the offshore wind energy sector, extend the service life of the wind facilities, as well as boost economic growth and create new job opportunities across Europe.

  • EU budget: € 6,706,969.38
  • Duration: 48 MONTHS
  • Number of partners: 16
  • Number of countries: 7

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CONSORTIUM

  • L'UREDERRA, FUNDACION PARA EL DESARROLLO TECNOLOGICO Y SOCIAL logo
  • TWI logo
  • CENTRO DI RICERCHE EUROPEO DI TECNOLOGIE DESIGN E MATERIALI logo
  • INEGI logo
  • IDENER logo
  • LABORATORIO IBERICO INTERNACIONAL DE NANOTECNOLOGIA logo
  • TECNAN logo
  • EIRECOMPOSITES TEORANTA logo
  • NAVARRA DE TÉCNICAS DE SOLDADURA Y FIJACIÓN S.L. logo
  • ACCIONA logo
  • NAVAL ENERGIES logo
  • ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE logo
  • KOSHKIL logo
  • RINA CONSULTING SPA logo
  • PNO INNOVATION logo
  • EUROPEAN FEDERATION FOR WELDING JOINING AND CUTTING logo
  • ENEROCEAN logo

NEWS

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Fabrication and testing elements individually

18/02/2022

During WP2 different activities have been handle aiming at the fabrication and testing elements individually. In Task 2.1 and Task 2.2, Lurederra, strongly supported for the coating manufacturer TECNAN, focused on the formulation, application and optimization at lab-scale coating for anticorrosion on metallic materials and antifouling coatings for metallic and plastic materials. In addition, TWI[...]

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Structural health monitoring tools and predictive modelling for preventive maintenance of wind energy

18/02/2022

MAREWIND is developing innovative structural health monitoring (SHM) systems for blades and foundation structures of offshore wind farms. Full-field measuring techniques of wind blade working conditions: hardware, measurements and algorithms In Task 3.1, INEGI is developing a non-destructive testing system which will be a mock-up of the final blade SHM system to be implemented in[...]

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Predictive tools for preventive maintenance of wind energy

25/08/2021

As of April 2021, the MAREWIND consortium has started working on WP3 predictive modelling for preventive maintenance of wind energy. This part of the work plan focuses on the development of technologies for monitoring the structural health status of wind offshore facilities. It also develops mathematical models aimed to representing different key aspects related to[...]

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