ULTFARMS aims to demonstrate a profitable, sustainable and eco-friendly low-trophic food (molluscs and seaweed) production from offshore aquaculture activities shared within windfarms in the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Six pilots will be implemented that combine low-trophic aquaculture (LTA) in six different offshore windfarms (OWF) across four northern European countries: Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium. These pilots will allow the development of transferable and replicable systems for successful implementation and operation of low-trophic aquaculture within offshore windfarms. Within ULTFARMS, RBINS is responsible for the environmental assessment of multi-use combining LTA and OWF and participates in the Belgian pilot’s activities.
Partners: Stichting Deltares (NL), Forschungs- Und
Entwicklungszentrum Fachhochschule Kiel Gmbh (DE), Ghent University (BE), Stichting Wageningen Research (NL)0, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DK), Flanders Marine Institute (BE), Nordic Seafarm Ab (NO), Kieler Meeresfsarm Gmbh & Co Kg (DE), Bbe Moldaenke Gmbh (DE), Jan De Nul Nv (BE), Blå Biomasse A/S (DK), Orsted Wind Power A/S (DK), Submariner Network For Blue Growth
Ewiv (DE), Parkwind (BE), Hidromod Modelacao Em Engenharia Lda (PT), Goeteborgs Universitet (S), Impact9 Energy & Marine Limited (IE), Bantry Marine Research Station Limited (IE), Spf Ocean Rainforest (FO), Hortimare Bv (NL), Sustainable Aquaculture Solutions (NO), Fundacion Corporacion Tecnologica De
Andalucia (ES), Oos Smf B.V. (NL), Gl Garrad Hassan Deutschland Gmbh – Dnv (DE)