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System Integration

The supply of sustainable energy from the sea is steadily growing. This growing supply, on the other hand, requires the demand side to grow as well and for the energy system to ensure a proper balance between supply and demand. Innovations contributing to this are desired and are eligible for the 2024 MOOI subsidies.

Faster, Smarter, Safer

The growth of offshore wind farms is necessary to achieve the goal of 21 GW of capacity by 2030 and 72 GW by 2050. Therefore, the wind industry is seeking innovations that can expedite the design and construction of wind farms.

Ecology and Offshore Wind Energy

The installation of sustainable energy sources in the North Sea, such as wind farms, can only succeed if they do not harm the ecological system. Hence, there is a great need for innovations that contribute to a positive impact on the ecology in the North Sea within wind farms or, at the very least, innovations that mitigate negative effects.

Circularity of Offshore Wind Farms

Renewable energy sources also place demands on Earth's resources and materials. This pressure must be reduced, including through the reuse of materials and components from wind turbines, alternative materials, and the reduction of waste in the entire supply chain.

Consortium Requirements

To be eligible for MOOI subsidies, a collaboration must consist of at least three unrelated parties. The project's size must be a minimum of €2 million, and each party should receive a minimum subsidy of €25,000. Research institutions can receive a maximum of 50% subsidy. The maximum amount that can be awarded to a consortium is €4 million in subsidies. Of course, the application must include a measurable plan, and the research must focus on one of the four themes mentioned above.

More information about the conditions and procedures for MOOI scheme can be found on the RVO website (in Dutch).

Also, please take a look at the other MOOI themes under Energy InnovationNL of TKI Urban Energy, TKI Energy & Industry and TKI Hydrogen.

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