Atlantic News

  • France (Channel) England Programme - Fourth call for projects opens on 13/09/2016


  • Call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards 2016: International Cooperation category has been extended until 11 August 2016

    The call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards has been extended until 11 August 2016 but only limited for “International Cooperation” Category proposals.  The call for the 4 other categories, namely “Entrepreneurship & innovation”, “Atlantic Marine and coastal environment”, “Accessibility and connectivity”, “Sustainability” has been closed since 15 July.

  • Call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards 2016: International Cooperation category has been extended until 11 August 2016

    The call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards has been extended until 11 August 2016 but only limited for “International Cooperation” Category proposals.  The call for the 4 other categories, namely “Entrepreneurship & innovation”, “Atlantic Marine and coastal environment”, “Accessibility and connectivity”, “Sustainability” has been closed since 15 July.

  • Call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards 2016: International Cooperation category has been extended until 11 August 2016

    The call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards has been extended until 11 August 2016 but only limited for “International Cooperation” Category proposals.  The call for the 4 other categories, namely “Entrepreneurship & innovation”, “Atlantic Marine and coastal environment”, “Accessibility and connectivity”, “Sustainability” has been closed since 15 July.

  • Call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards 2016: International Cooperation category has been extended until 11 August 2016

    The call for the 1st Atlantic Project Awards has been extended until 11 August 2016 but only limited for “International Cooperation” Category proposals.  The call for the 4 other categories, namely “Entrepreneurship & innovation”, “Atlantic Marine and coastal environment”, “Accessibility and connectivity”, “Sustainability” has been closed since 15 July.

  • New European programme FORESEA to fund open sea testing for ocean energy

    The €11m FORESEA project brings together Europe’s leading ocean energy test facilities to help demonstration of tidal, wave and offshore wind energy technologies in real-sea conditions. The project is funded by the Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) programme, part of the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)

    Read the press release at Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) website

  • New European programme FORESEA to fund open sea testing for ocean energy

    The €11m FORESEA project brings together Europe’s leading ocean energy test facilities to help demonstration of tidal, wave and offshore wind energy technologies in real-sea conditions. The project is funded by the Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) programme, part of the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)

    Read the press release at Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) website

  • New European programme FORESEA to fund open sea testing for ocean energy

    The €11m FORESEA project brings together Europe’s leading ocean energy test facilities to help demonstration of tidal, wave and offshore wind energy technologies in real-sea conditions. The project is funded by the Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) programme, part of the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)

    Read the press release at Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) website

  • New European programme FORESEA to fund open sea testing for ocean energy

    The €11m FORESEA project brings together Europe’s leading ocean energy test facilities to help demonstration of tidal, wave and offshore wind energy technologies in real-sea conditions. The project is funded by the Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) programme, part of the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)

    Read the press release at Interreg NWE (North-West Europe) website

  • 3rd UK National Workshop on Funding and Project Development - POSTPONED

    Unfortunately, due to recent events surrounding the EU referendum, the 3rd National Event on Implementing the Atlantic Action plan on the 13th July in London will be postponed until later in the year when we hope to have a clearer picture on the UK’s ongoing relationship with the EU. Further information will follow in due course.

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