Multi-Use Platforms workshop

Industry Database

UK trade body Marine South East, through its ENTROPI and OPEC European funded projects, will be hosting this workshop to introduce the concept of multi-use platforms at seas (MUPS).

The workshop will explore their potential uses and the business opportunities for the supply and value chains. The event will take place on Wednesday 4th July 2018 at 10am at International.

The workshop is hoping to attract people who want to learn more about future applications of offshore platforms, the critical requirements for building and operating them, and to understand the diversification opportunities they present for marine companies.

Topics that will be discussed include the technical and economic feasibility of large floating offshore platforms that can support multiple marine energy devices and other competing revenue generating activities.

Potential uses for Multi-use platforms are wind, wave and current renewable energy, aquaculture, port facilities and security but there are many more.

By Jake Frith

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