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PRIMRE

Portal and Repository for Information on Marine Renewable Energy

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PRIMRE provides broad access to information on engineering and technologies, resource characterization, device performance, and environmental effects of Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) projects. PRIMRE facilitates the commercial development of the MRE industry by increasing the accessibility and discoverability of this information, integrating the databases and information portals found on this site, and developing standards and guidelines. Providing consistent, easy access to information can help reduce duplication of effort and to enable the MRE community to build upon the successes of others to innovate and advance the adoption of MRE technologies.


View the PRIMRE Webinar Series to learn more.

PRIMRE Webinar Series

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Upcoming Events

Showing Jul 22, 2021 to Aug 12, 2021 View All
Jul
28
Jul 28, 2021 - Jul 28, 2021
Online
PRIMRE (Portal and Repository for Information on Marine Renewable Energy) is WPTO’s centralized system for storing, curating, and disseminating data and information for all aspects of marine energy. All data and information generated from WPTO national lab, university, and industry projects will find a home somewhere in PRIMRE. This webinar will provide a brief introduction to the PRIMRE universe, and then focus on how you can contribute your data to the various knowledge hubs that make up PRIMRE: MHK Data Repository, Tethys, Tethys Engineering, Marine Energy Software Database, Marine Energy Projects Database, and Telesto. PRIMRE is a collaboration between three US Department of Energy national laboratories: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratories.
Aug
7
Aug 7, 2021 - Aug 10, 2021
Youth Hostel Lomakivi (Kausala, Finland)
In connection to the European Bat Research Symposium every three years, it has since 1991 been a tradition to organize a bat detector workshop just before or after the conference. With this years conference in Donostia (the Basque country), the 26 year old tradition was almost forgotten. So it is the pleasure of Nordic Chiroptera Information Center (NIFF) to invite you to the 11th European Bat Detector Workshop.

The event will be organized at the Youth Hostel Lomakivi just 5 km north of Kausala, or 130 km northeast of Helsinki.

The workshop will start on the same evening as the conference ends in Turku, allowing people to travel directly from one event to the other.

The aim of the workshop is to get field training in practical bat work. This includes the use of various detectors, and capture techniques.