Project STAMAR


Lead Partner :

Axencia para a Modernización Tecnolóxica de Galicia (ES)


Partners :


Universidade do Porto (PT); South-East Regional Authority (IE); Universidade do Algarve (PT); Marine Institute (IE); University of Strathclyde (UK); Inesc Porto (PT); Axencia Galega de Innovación (ES); Association Technopôle Brest-Iroise (FR)


Budget :


ERDF 1,341,881.81 € / 872,223.16 €


Summary :


STAMAR project aims to improve the competiveness and innovation capacity of SMEs in the Atlantic Area maritime sector by facilitating technology transfer processes through the creation of a transnational centre, which demonstrate the capacities and technologies that are applicable to the maritime industry and paying special attention to those technologies that favour an environmental sustainable development.


The project focuses on six main activities in addition to management and coordination, evaluation and communication ones: sectorial technology watching; creating the technologies portfolio that best fit with the maritime sector; creating a transnational demonstrator Centre; design and development of a common transfer strategy based in “technology push”; organization of co-creation events between SMEs and investigation/technological Centers; dealing with previous selected technologies transfer.


Contact :


Fabienne Vallée (Technopôle Brest Iroise)

Tél. : 00 33(0)2 05 44 51




Energy Mare

Exploit the renewable energy potential of the marine and coastal environment




The Area of the Atlantic has a maritime patrimony with wide natural resources which must be protected and preserved and at the same time, it must also be used to stimulate the economic growth, the social welfare and quality of life. Considering the current situation of the environment’s change and dependence of the traditional types of energy, the renewable tidal power is a clean and native alternative which should be considered as a factor to push the economy and as a tool for territorial cohesion of the Atlantic Area.


EnergyMare project was created to guarantee the sustainable development of the Atlantic regions enhancing renewable energy production from the ocean. Our proposal:


- Creation of a Transnational Cooperation Network to push, promote and develop a renewable tidal power production.

- Establish a transnational pool of experience, collection of data and supervision of the progress.

- Exploring the potential of innovative energy sources from the sea.

- Development of pilot projects to test experimental prototypes of energy production in the marine environment.

- Cooperation to overcome the limitations which currently influence the implementation and progress.




3.094.816,40 €

ERDF 2.011.630,66 €


Contact :


Fabienne Vallée (Technopôle Brest Iroise)

Tél. : 00 33(0)2 05 44 51