Wave Hub Impacts on Seabed & Shoreline Processes (WHISSP)
University of Plymouth's Coastal Processes Research Group: Wave Hub Impacts on Seabed & Shoreline Processes (WHISSP)
Marine renewable energy
The marine renewables the programme focuses on are the key emergent marine sectors: offshore wind, wave power and tidal power (both tidal barrages and tidal stream).
Waves, currents and sediment transport modelling at the Wave Hub site
Plymouth University's COAST Engineering Research Group - completed project: Waves, currents and sediment transport modelling at the Wave Hub site
The impact of marine renewable energy technologies - Wave Hub
Plymouth University research - the impact of marine renewable energy technologies - Wave Hub
Research priorities revealed by marine renewable energy experts
Plymouth University news: The PRIMaRE consortium, a collection of experts in the field of marine renewable energy at five universities and a number of other key research and development organisations, has published its list of priorities.
Marine Institute to research marine impact of new wave energy project
Plymouth University news: EU Horizon 2020 programme grants EUR 17 million for wave power research project in Cornwall
Marine renewable energy partnership re-launches
Plymouth University news: PRIMaRE establishes a network of excellence for the South in marine renewable energy research