SEANERGY 2020 was funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme and was coordinated by EWEA.
Running time: May 2010 to June 2012
The SEANERGY 2020 final report was launched on 20 June 2012 during the EU Sustainable Energy Week in Brussels. The report highlights the fact that currently there is little in the way of maritime spatial planning in Europe's maritime states. However, Member States sharing the same sea basin could benefit from cooperation. The European Commission could provide MSP through a European Directive.
SEANERGY 2020 was a 26 months project, financed by the Intelligent Energy Europe programme, focused on maritime spatial planning from the offshore renewable energy perspective. It provided policy recommendations on how to promote a more integrated and coordinated approach to maritime spatial planning and facilitate the implementation of the 20% Renewables Directive.
For more information, read the full report.
- European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), Belgium
- The University of Birmingham (UOB), United Kingdom
- 3E (3E), Belgium
- Stiftung Offshore Windenergie (SOW), Germany
- Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia (LNEG), Portugal
- Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (ECN), Netherlands
- Klaipeda University Coastal Research and Planning Institute (CORPI), Lithuania
- Center for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES), Germany
More information and the final publication can be found on: