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Sixth TROPOS Newsletter

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Publication date01/09/2015

D5.8.- Overall Deployment Strategy for the deployment and exploitation of multi-use marine platforms

This report presents the Deliverable 5.8 – Overall Deployment Strategy for the deployment and exploitation of multi-use marine platforms. The report presents research regarding the needs of the industry for both short-term and long-term deployment needs for the TROPOS ICS (Interdisciplinary Cohesion Subcommittee) Concepts. The Deployment Strategy is developed using a modified PESTEL (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal analysis) analysis which focuses on the finance, infrastructure, technology and regulation and legislation needs in order to successfully move from demonstration to commercialsaton of the industry. The Deployment Strategy specifically combines research carried out within Deliverable 5.6- ‘Viability Strategy’ and D5.7- ‘Technology Strategy’ as well as other research carried out within the TROPOS project to develop a framework of recommendations to ensure the successful advancement of the industry.

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Publication date12/29/2014

TROPOS Fifth Newsletter

TROPOS Fifth Newsletter

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Publication date11/29/2014

D4.2.- Final Design Specification of base platform

This report presents the Deliverable 4.2 – Final Design Specification of base platform and presents a technical dossier for each of the established modules including key features. The document fixes the assessment of the conceptual specifications and the design of the modules of the platform that will give basic services in the four key sectors of interest – Transport, Energy, Aquaculture and Leisure (TEAL).
Aims:
- Conceptual design of the different ICS concepts.
- Characterization of the relevant features of the installed modules by concept.
- Conceptual design of the mooring.
- Analysis of experimental tests (Central unit and satellite units).
- Development of an Energy Optimum Operational Strategy.

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Publication date09/29/2014

D5.6.- Viability Strategy for the Deployment and Exploitation of Multi‐use Marine Platforms

This report presents the Deliverable 5.6 – Viability Strategy with the purpose to analyse the integration of the different TEAL service modules (Transport, Energy, Aquaculture and Leisure) in order to identify the synergies and commonalities arising in the whole system. Considering earlier deliverables of the TROPOS project (D5.2 ‐ An assessment of the economic impact on local and regional economies of the large scale development, D5.3 ‐ Technology pricing of multi‐use marine platforms, D5.4 ‐ Lifecycle assessment of multi‐use marine platforms, D5.5 ‐ Supporting infrastructure, supply chains and logistics for the deployment of multi‐use marine platforms, D6.1 ‐ Report describing a framework for the environmental and socio‐economic study and D6.2 ‐ Report on environmental impact assessment and mitigation strategies), the viability of the three ICS concepts, Leisure Island, Green and Blue and Sustainable Service Hub, is assessed based on hard infrastructure such as ports and vessels, soft infrastructure such as legislation and personnel and training, the private economic viability, the macro‐economic impacts and environmental effects. The analysis have resulted in a list of recommendations to ensure the viability of the three TROPOS ICS concepts with respect to hard infrastructure and soft infrastructure including environmental aspects and finance.

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Publication date09/29/2014

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