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Offshore Aquaculture: a Market for Ocean Renewable Energy.

Date: April 24, 2022 at 16:26 GMT

30026-aqua.jpg Ocean renewable energy (ORE) and offshore aquaculture are two industries that are likely compatible for colocation; ORE has the potential to provide power for offshore aquaculture and can decrease the environmental impact of operations by providing power at sea and replacing the reliance on diesel. This report defines co-location as the sharing of marine space between aquaculture and ORE as well as ORE providing power to aquaculture operations.

Watch here the recording of the OES webinar “Offshore Aquaculture: a Market for Ocean Renewable Energy” for a full breakdown of the report.

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