The EVOLVE project will demonstrate the important role that ocean energy can play in Europe’s future low carbon energy system
Although implementation of renewable energy technologies is accelerating across Europe, providing a consistent and stable supply of power from variable energy sources like wind is a key challenge. By modelling future power system scenarios across Europe, the EVOLVE project will quantify how ocean energy can not only supply power to our electricity grids, but also enable a more diverse energy mix and cost-effective matching of energy supply and demand. In turn, the project will deliver a business case for future ocean energy developments as an integral part of Europe’s future energy system.
EVOLVE Project uncovers 70GW of viable ocean energy in GB, Ireland and Portugal, to unlock future net-zero energy systems
Official results from the pan-European EVOLVE project involving world-leading academics, research institutions and technology developers have been released today, providing a firm evidence base supporting
On Wednesday 19th October, Dr Shona Pennock from the University of Edinburgh’s Policy and Innovation Group presented the EVOLVE project research on the System Benefits
In a recent CorPower Ocean news post on the EVOLVE project, the technology developer (and EVOLVE partner) discuss with EVOLVE Technical Manager Dr Shona Pennock to how