• JRL-ORE

    Joint Research Laboratory on
    Offshore Renewable Energy

The Institutions

About JRL-ORE

The Joint Research Laboratory on Offshore Renewable Energy is composed of researchers from TECNALIA, BCAM and UPV/EHU.

The launch of the JRL-ORE seeks to strengthen the research links between the parties in order to take advantage of synergies between them and to reach critical masses in the agreed scientific and technological areas. It aims to increase the level of the research results in terms of their impact in the business world and society in general.

Alliances and Collaborations

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RESEARCHERS
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PUBLICATIONS
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PATENTS
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PhD PROJECTS

Prominent Ongoing Projects

Harsh

The objective of the HARSH project is industrial research in the search for solutions to common problems faced by companies in the development of their products for energy applications in marine environments

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Opera

The objective of this project is to collect, analyse and share open-sea operating data and experience to validate and de-risk several industrial innovations for wave energy.

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LIFES50+

This European project that has the challenge of reducing the costs of production, installation and maintenance of floating large wind turbines (10 MW) installed in water depths from 50m to 200m.

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FLOW

This project aims to demonstrate the technical-economic feasibility of a specific solution, in addition to positioning the Basque industry as a supplier of products and services for offshore wind in general.

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Upcoming Events

Latest News

Launch of the website of RENOVABLES eurorregional project: the new project to booster cooperation in Offshore Renewable Energy

Launch of the website of RENOVABLES eurorregional project: the new project to booster cooperation in Offshore Renewable Energy

RENOVABLES Euroregional project whose acronym means Relaunching of renewable energies through high-level training for offshore within the value chain of…

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NEW SURVEY: wave energy converters sub-systems and respective criticalities

NEW SURVEY: wave energy converters sub-systems and respective criticalities

Are you a wave energy technology developer, researcher, manufacturer or certification body? The H2020 funded VALID project invites you to…

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First results of the Floating Offshore Wind Project supported by Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence

First results of the Floating Offshore Wind Project supported by Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence

The granted project, MARIA- Monitoring floAting platfoRms in offshore wind through artificIAl intelligence is based on the JRL-ORE member Lander…

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