The purpose of the Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) of New England is to foster the sustainable growth of marine renewable energy (offshore wind, wave and tide) through education, collaboration, and demonstration.
Welcome to the Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative!
The New England Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) is a nonprofit corporation that educates and involves all stakeholders (Academic, industry, governmental/regulatory, and public interest groups) to promote the sustainable development of renewable energy in New England ocean waters.
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To do this, MRECo must establish:
Processes and relationships to allow effective transfer of technology from universities to industry.
A world class academic consortium to train the workforce of the future and to assist industry with basic and applied research.
An industry user group to elicit research needs and to assist in advocating.
Permanent ocean test sites to facilitate research and demonstration.
Involvement of public interest groups to minimize ocean ecosystem impact.
Save the Date!
MTS TechSurge: Production of Renewable Ocean Energy for Small, non-Grid Connected Applications takes place Nov. 2-3, 2016 in Portsmouth, NH.
The deadline for the Call for Abstracts has been extended to July 31, 2016. Please go to the link here to see what the categories for submission are and consider sharing your latest design with colleagues.
Depending on the number of submissions there will be an opportunity to publish the presentations in the Marine Technology Journal.
Sponsors of this event include, MRECo, OWET, MOTN, Teledyne, OGI and of course, the Marine Technology Society. Additional sponsors are welcome.
The purpose of the Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) of New England is to foster the sustainable growth of marine renewable energy (Offshore wind, wave and tide) through Education, Collaboration, and Demonstration. [ learn more ]
News of Interest!
The Bourne Enterprise - Calvin M. Cutler Canal Waters Surveyed For Turbine Testing Standing on the mainland side of the Cape Cod Canal, in a spot tucked underneath the railroad bridge, Teledyne Marine Group applications engineer Jeffrey Den Herder held a large remote control . [ Read the story. >>> ]
MRECo focuses on helping companies and universities get technology into the ocean... test tanks and flumes are critical to development, but we have to get "steel into the water" to understand the impacts of turbines on the environment and the environment on the technology.
The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) of New England envisions a future where New England obtains a significant, greater than 5%, of its power from reliable and predictable ocean based renewable energy technologies, and supports the infrastructure for testing that allows the cost effective, rapid commercialization of new sustainable technologies being developed by the rich entrepreneurial environment of the region.
Contact us today to for more information about membership or any other questions you might have.