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Multi-use concept development for seaweed and floating solar energy production around wind turbines


T


he offshore environment holds many opportunities for the production of both energy and


food. Wind energy will be produced in large quantities on the North Sea in the near future. Combining wind with solar energy and seaweed production promises to make a more efficient use of offshore space and assets. But how do we best combine these different functionalities?


In an open innovation project we aim to bring the multi-use, offshore space concept a step closer to reality by conceptualising,


building and testing at model scale. Valuable data can be measured on the interaction between floating solar panels, seaweed farms and wind turbines, whilst setting an inspiring precedent for the industry. This process is inspired by the Google design sprint method - build fast, fail fast, and therefore learn fast.


Open innovation The first stage of the open innovation project is the concept development. This has been done in a design sprint with experts from different backgrounds. The main goal of the session


Floor Spaargaren f.spaargaren@marin.nl 14 report


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