Information about the RiCORE project partner organisations is given below, including links to partner websites. For biographies and contact details for the RiCORE project members from each organisation, visit the project member profile pages.
RGU is a partner in – and is leading the RiCORE project as part of – the Offshore Renewables Institute (ORI), collaboration between RGU, Dundee University and Aberdeen University. RGU project member profiles.
Marine Scotland’s purpose is to manage Scotland’s seas for prosperity and environmental sustainability. Marine Scotland project member profiles.
Beaufort Research is dedicated to inter-disciplinary research and knowledge transfer supporting development and innovation in the maritime and energy fields at University College Cork. UCC project member profiles.
WavEC is a private non-profit association created in 2003 to promote marine renewables development in three main areas: applied research, consultancy and pro bono activities characteristic of a non-profit organization. WavEC project member profiles.
AZTI-Tecnalia is an R+D centre committed to the social and economic development of the fishing, marine and food sector, as well as to the study of the marine environment and natural resources in the context of sustainable development. AZTI-Technalia project member profiles.
E-CUBE is a Tier-1 strategy consultancy focusing on Energy and Environmental issues, combining innovative strategic thinking with deep energy and environment industry expertise to deliver business solutions and economic returns. E-CUBE project member profiles.