Work package specific business case assessing the business potential for various forms of aquaculture and their synergies of cultivating these aquacultures in combination.
Report describing the transport and installation manual for the multi-use platform including the mooring.
Work package specific business case assessing the business potential for crew accommodation and floating living communities.
Report on societal acceptance activities and results including advise for future activities.
Report giving the requirements for living at sea derived from stakeholders and future inhabitants.
Report giving the technical requirements and best practices for designing housing at sea.
Report giving the risk assessment for Energyhub@Sea
The general business case will present the individual economic viability for each of the deliverables D1.3 through 1.6. Further it will assess all combinations of these application to identify the most economical application of the multi-use platforms.
Sets of indicators on preconditions for health, safety and environment aspects to be considered in the development of the different types of modules.
Report giving the possible concepts for aquaculture on floating islands.
Results of the demonstration as input for the final business case evaluation.
Plan describing the data to be generated by the project and the way this data is handled including the possible restrictions on certain data.
Updated version of Deliverable 10.1 where the experience obtained in the project is added to the requirements.
Rules and procedures governing communication and dissemination
Report on the inventory of regulatory framework for operations at sea and specific requirements for health, safety and environmental issues as identified from (inter)national projects on multiple-use platforms.
Work package specific business case assessing the business potential for various forms of transport and logistics solutions using an offshore transhipment hub. This includes the feeder and hinterland logistics as well as the possibility to use the hub as a base port for O&M activities on renewable energies.
Report describing the remote monitoring method.
Work package specific business case assessing the business potential for a multi- use platform for the generation and storage of renewable energy.
Report describing generic cargo and cargo streams both generic and specifically for the case study defined in WP1.
Report on operation and maintenance procedures making use of the monitoring results.
Report giving the requirements for the floater design from the applications planned.
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