The overall aim of the LiftWEC project is to prove the technical, environmental, social and economic feasibility of a radically new wave energy converter concept that exploits hydrodynamic lift forces and can form part of the backbone of energy system by 2050.
- “Equality Officer” role – contribution with WavEC’s expertise to the identification of promising configurations of the LiftWEC concept that may minimise environmental impacts and ensure social acceptance
- Application of tools for impact assessment both on marine and social (public acceptance) environments
WavEC Coordinator: Teresa Simas
Total Funding (Requested contribution): € 3 404 730
WavEC Funding: 164 625
Duration: December 2019 – November 2022 (36 months)
Coordinator: The Queen's University of Belfast, UK (QUB)
Partners: Technische Universitat Hamburg, Germany (TUHH), National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland (MU), Innosea France (INN), Aalborg Universitet Denmark AAU, University College Cork - National University Ireland (UCC), Ecole Centrale de Nantes France (ECN), Julia F. Chozas, Consulting Engineer Denmark (JCC), WavEC - Offshore Renewables and University of Strathclyde, UK (US).