Partners in Horizon 2020 call FCH-01-5-2016 Develop new complementary technologies for achieving competitive solutions for marine applications

Created on 22 Feb 2016
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Stiftinga Vestlandsforsking / Western Norway Research Institute

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Western Norway Research Institute is offering to investigate CO2 performance (trough Life Cycle Analysis) of current marine powertrain solutions, and demonstrate the specific emission savings that can be achieved by replacing conventional technology. It is for the call FCH-01-5-2016 Develop new complementary technologies for achieving competitive solutions for marine applications


 Low-Carbon Technology
 Intelligent Energy
 Renewable Energy
 Nanotechnology and Nanosciences
 Maritime transport

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