Roundtable: multi-use at sea

12:00 - 13:00
Billede af strandkant

As a part of Arendalsuka 2023, we invite representatives from academia, ocean industries and government agencies to discuss the establishment of multi-use parks in the Nordic region.

Marine multi-use platforms are defined as when two or more marine business activities take place simultaneously in the same area or on the same physical platform. It can involve sharing the same services, as for example operations, surveillance, or maintenance, or sharing the same physical platform as a wind turbine at the top of an aquaculture installation.

In this roundtable discussion we want to look into the opportunities for establishing multi-use at sea. How do we ensure that such projects have a positive impact on nature and how do we ensure profitability?

The roundtable is organized in collaboration with The Centre for the Ocean and the Arctic.

The event is for invited only!


Emil Gejrot - Innovation Adviser

Emil Gejrot (paternity leave)

Innovation Adviser
Emil has extensive experience of innovation projects and policy analysis in the Nordic region and beyond. Before joining Nordic Innovation, he worked for a research consultancy where he focused on digital transformation, inclusion, and sustainability. He holds an MA in Transcultural Studies and has lived and worked in Sweden, Norway, the UK, and Germany.