MRE master degree benchmark
As part of the development of a new training offer, WEAMEC has conducted a benchmark to identify the master degrees offer available, through the prism of the five axes of the WEAMEC roadmap.
Offshore Wind Energy 2017
The WEAMEC will participate, on the Pays de la Loire stand, in the biggest offshore wind exhibition in London from 6 June to 8 June, Offshore Wind Energy 2017
What is WEAMEC ?
The WEAMEC (for West Atlantic Marine Energy Center) federates the Marine Renewable Energy ecosystem of “Pays de la Loire” French Region in the fields of Research,Training and Innovation activities, with four priority axes:
- Develop bottom-fixed offshore wind, especially in extreme conditions (hard ground, strong swell, etc.) of the Atlantic coast area.
- Accelerate the transition from fixed to floating offshore wind.
- Move ahead with less mature MRE technologies, such as tidal energy, ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) and wave energy.
- Develop innovative technological building blocks for these different technologies.
The WEAMEC brings together around thirty institutions and research laboratories (such as Centrale Nantes, Nantes University, “Jules Verne Research Institute”, EMC2 cluster…) and around fifty companies at a regional level. More than 100 companies at the French and international level collaborate with the academic and industrial stakeholders of WEAMEC.
The skills of these stakeholders, coupled with structuring testing facilities, as led to over a 200 regional, national and European projects for a portfolio of more than 50 M€ for the regional stakeholders. More than 300 engineers and researchers are involved in research, amongst the academic partners only, which corresponds to 150 full time equivalent posts.