The Centre has already developed an impressive track record internationally including:

  • Working alongside other schools in the University on EU funded projects, including “e-harbours” examining energy usage in a variety of North Sea locations
  • Commissioned by the Scottish Government to study marine energy opportunities in the Maldives
  • Working with “Aceh Green” an arm of the autonomous province of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, on developing sustainable energy policies post tsunami, and funded by UNDP
  • Invited to work in an advisory capacity with the autonomous province of Papua, Indonesia
  • Working alongside academic colleagues in Malaysia examining pre feasibility issues of marine energy

View a taster of one of our projects in the Scottish Development International Capability Statement "Scotland's Partnership in Education"  Scottish Development International Capability Statement: Scotland's Partnership in Education

Marine Energy in the Maldives

e-Harbours

Wind Turbine Maintenance