Welcome to the International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy website – we’re happy to have you here!
Oregon State University (in the United States) discussing the new wave energy test facility that will be developed off the coast of Oregon and explaining how the test site will benefit the wave energy sector! It’s great to see offshore renewable energy presented positively to the public!
This year’s European INORE symposium will be taking place in the highlands of Scotland! And you’re invited!!! (The application deadline is the 22nd of June.)
Last year’s INORE symposiums took place in the state of Oregon and in Ireland! Information on what those symposium’s were like can be found below.
INORE is pleased to announce the 2018 call for BECS (Blue Energy Collaborative Scholarships) proposals sponsored by OES (Ocean Energy Systems). Do you have a research project that has the potential to provide collaborative work with other INOREans? Does your research require use of facilities that are unavailable at your institute, but are available at the institute of a fellow INOREan? Are you looking for funding to help support the travel costs to enable this project to take place or to present your collaboration with another INOREan in a conference? If the answer to any of the above is YES, then you could be eligible for an OES-BECS grant!
INORE is a network of young researchers within renewable energy whose main focus is offshore renewables. INORE was created by early stage researchers, for early stage researchers who work in all aspects related to offshore wind, wave, tidal, and other offshore energies. We bring together researchers from around the world to meet, collaborate, and share knowledge.
We’ve just updated our website and hope that it is a more helpful resource to further develop research collaborations. If you’re not already registered as an INOREan, please do so here. This website is driven by its members and we hope you find it as a useful tool to find events INORE is hosting, post/search new jobs and communicate, collaborate and commiserate with research peers within the offshore renewables sector.