UK SHORE industry engagement - high TRL R&D
As part of the suite of interventions being considered by UK SHORE we are interested in views from industry about which high TRL (Technology Readiness Level) and high MRL (Manufacturing Readiness Level) technologies in clean maritime are close to full commercial and technical readiness.
These must be clean maritime solutions that are very close to market and are ‘shovel ready’ for long term R&D in operational vessels or in an operational port or harbour environment, but that need final support to achieve market penetration via validating their medium/long term performance. We are not interested in hearing about solutions that are widely available in the market today.
We are keen to hear from industry on technologies that can be both focused on either vessels or port/infrastructure solutions. These projects would be very different to the mid TRL technologies that UK SHORE is supporting via the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition, which will result in time limited demonstrations of technologies at lower TRLs.
The UK SHORE team will use this information to inform the development of its programme and specific interventions. It is not a bidding process for specific schemes and no funding will be awarded in response to any information you provide.
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