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Incubation at MaREI – The Entrepreneur Ship

The Entrepreneur Ship is an Innovation and Collaboration Hub for businesses involved in, or with an interest in, the Marine Sector.

It is the only sector specific Business Incubator in Ireland and attracts both Irish and International Start-ups and Multinational Companies interested to explore Business Opportunities in/from Ireland

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SEAI Ocean Energy Funding Opportunities

SEAI  administers two funds to support innovative solutions for ocean energy technologies:

  • National Energy Research Development and Demonstration Fund
  • Prototype Development Fund


The National Energy Research Development and Demonstration (RD&D) Funding Programme invests in innovative energy RD&D projects which contribute to Ireland's transition to a clean and secure energy future.

The Prototype Development Fund (PDF) aims to accelerate and enhance support for the research, development, testing and deployment of wave and tidal energy devices.Please note that the Prototype Development Fund temporarily closed.

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Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. We work with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales on global markets.

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Industrial Development Authority

IDA Ireland offers a range of services to companies considering investing in Ireland. From facts and funding to site visits and property solutions, we've got the answers to your FDI questions.

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Ocean Energy Europe

Ocean Energy Europe is the trade association for ocean renewables in Europe. It is based in Brussels and has nearly 100 members including some of the world’s leading utilities, engineering companies, device developers and research institutes.

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ESB WestWave

WestWave is a collaborative project led by ESB to bring together technology developers, electricity providers and Government bodies to demonstrate how wave farms can be built and operated in Ireland.