The €8.2 million OLAMUR project, which aims to help integrate aquaculture production with renewable wind energy, kicked off in Norway last month.
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Norway is leading the project, whilst EATiP will take responsibility for leading on communication and dissemination activities.
“The OLAMUR project is a prime example of the way we have to work to solve the big problems of our time. It is not only an interdisciplinary, international scientific effort, but a lighthouse project which is set to provide specific, sustainable solutions for actual industries – today,” noted Nils Gunnar Kvamstø, director of IMR, during a kick-off meeting hosted in Bergen. “In this case, how can you combine energy production and sustainable food production, while perhaps also providing services to the ecosystem?”...