The European North Sea Energy Alliance (ENSEA) aims to develop a network to bring together energy know-how and align research programs through better coordination and exploitation of research. To achieve the European Union’s “20-20-20? climate and energy goals as well as sustainable growth, the European energy system has to change rapidly to accommodate more renewable energy.
"On this project, as well as using so many different parts of our organisation (Strategy & Economics, Scotland Europa, SEGEC, the Innovation team and EEN to name a few), Scottish Enterprise is working closely with two key stakeholders in Scotland, a University umbrella group (the Energy Technology Partnership) and Scottish Renewables, together with partners in three other EU regions. Its really great to be able to engage with such a diverse group." David Butler, Project Manager, Scottish Enterprise