• Havforskningsinstituttet (NO)
  • Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum fur Polar- und Meeresforschung (DE)
  • Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut (DK)
  • Aarhus Universitet (DK)
  • GCF – Global Climate Forum eV (DE)
  • Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon GmbH (DE)
  • Maritime Robotics AS (NO)
  • Vattenfall Vindkraft A/S (DK)
  • Kattegatcentrets Driftsfond (DK)
  • Skarv Technologies AS (NO)
  • Sintef Ocean AS (NO)
  • WindMW Service GmbH (DE)
  • Kerteminde Seafarm ApS (DK)
  • Leroy Seafood Group ASA (NO)
  • Tartu Ulikool (EE)
  • Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DK)
  • Kobenhavns Universitet (DK)
  • Klaipedos Universitetas (LT)
  • Plateforme Technologique et de l’Innovation de l’Aquaculture Europeenne ASBL (BE)
  • Nordfriesische Seemuschel GmbH (DE)
  • Wyk 8 Muschelfischereibetrieb GmbH (DE)
  • Stiftelsen Voice of the Ocean (SE)
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Offshore Low-trophic Aquaculture in Multi-Use scenario Realisation

The main objective of OLAMUR is to bring together key sectors related to low trophic multi-use aquaculture, to demonstrate sustainable commercial solutions for both the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The European Union has accepted the proposals submitted for the OLAMUR project, an innovative action under Horizon Europe, in which ETT is one of the participating entities.

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The project, developed in response to a lighthouse call in the Baltic and North Sea basins, will be funded by the EU with a total of 8.2 million euros over four years, with a primary focus on low-impact marine aquaculture and multi-use of marine space. The proposal is centered on three geographically and ecologically diverse pilot locations in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, where algae and bivalves will be hosted within an offshore wind farm. A data-based service system will be developed to provide policymakers with informed decision-making tools, enabling innovative governance agreements to achieve holistic, effective, and sustainable multi-use solutions. Furthermore, the project aims to develop a database system for broad-spectrum European-level monitoring and a dedicated data analysis service for aquaculture using existing CMEM and EMODnet methodologies.

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