Partners

Our project partners – a strong network across Europe!


AVK (Germany)
Federation for reinforced Plastics
Am Hauptbahnhof 10
60329 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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AVK, the German Federation of Reinforced Plastics, is the professional German association for fiber-reinforced plastics and composites. It represents the interests of manufacturers and processors both in Germany and at the European level. The AVK was founded in 1924 and is one of the oldest association in the plastics industry. With more than 220 member companies, it is one of the largest networks for composites in Europe. Its range of services includes specialized workgroups, seminars and conferences as well as the provision of market-specific information. In Germany, AVK is one of four support organizations of GKV, the General Association of the Plastics Processing Industry. AVK is also founding member of Composites Germany. Within Europe, it is a member of the European umbrella association for composites, EuCIA (European Composites Industry Association).


BUREAU VERITAS MARINE & OFFSHORE
Le triangle de l’Arche, 8 cours du Triangle
CS50101 -92937 PARIS LA DEFENSE CEDEX
France
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Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore (BV M&O) SAS is a subsidiary of Bureau Veritas and has a wide experience in ships and offshore platforms classification, ship and marine equipment certification and technical assistance. Within Fibregy, the main roles of BV M&O, as Classification Society, will be to accompany partners in their innovative development and to develop project design guidelines, performance criteria and recommendations to enable the building of renewable energy offshore platforms in fibre-based materials. These project guidance notes will cover all the required aspects related to the structural design and its associated design processes with the objective of providing certification of renewable energy offshore platforms in FRP.


CIMNE (Spain)
International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering
CIMNE – Edifici C1 Campus Nord UPC C/
Gran Capità, S/N
08034 Barcelona, Spain
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The International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) is a research organization created in 1987 as a partnership between the Government of Catalonia and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya -BarcelonaTech, in cooperation with UNESCO. The aim of CIMNE is the development of numerical methods and computational techniques for advancing knowledge and technology in engineering and applied sciences. The research activities of CIMNE cover a wide spectrum of engineering fields. Besides the coordination of the FIBREGY project, the work to be conducted will take advantage of the expertise of CIMNE in offshore engineering, FRP materials and structures, application of model order reduction for structural health monitoring and development of computational models for assessment of floating wind turbines.


Compass Ingeniería y Sistemas, SA (Spain)
c/ Gran Capitan s/n, Campus Nord UPC – Edifici B0, 08034 Barcelona, Spain
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Compass Ingeniería y Sistemas, SA (CompassIS) is a consulting services company (SME) based in Barcelona (Spain) with more than 20 years of activity and specialized in engineering design, as well as in the development of software for numerical simulation (Structural, CFD and Seakeeping Finite Element codes) and information management in technology. The members of the team are all highly qualified professionals specialised in Civil, Industrial, Telecommunication, and specifically, Naval Engineering, and have wide experience in R&D activities. These areas are the focus of CompassIS activities, with the main objective of bringing benefit by applying innovative solutions to customers’ problems.


Corso Magenta International (France)
22-24, rue Lavoisier, Bâtiment A
92000 Nanterre
France
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Corso Magenta designs, manufacture and sells ready to use flexible films with integrated technological functions for surfaces.


EnerOcean (Spain)
Bulevar Louis Pasteur, nº 5, Planta 2. Oficina 321. CP, 29010 Málaga, Spain
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Enerocean is a small company created 2007 in Málaga, and nowadays has offices in Málaga and Las Palmas, Canary Islands.
Their business scope covers a wide range from resource analysis, feasibility studies, key enabling technologies development, condition and structural monitoring for marine energy devices, technology development for example the W2Power floating wind plattform as well as commercial exploitation of marine energy facilities


INEGI (Portugal)
Institute of Science and Innovation in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Campus da FEUP, R. Dr. Roberto Frias 400,
4200-465 Porto, Portugal
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INEGI is a Research and Technology Organization (RTO) focused on research and technology based innovation activities, technology transfer, consulting and technological services, oriented to the development of industry and economy in general. A non-profit, private and recognized as a public utility entity.
In Fibregy, INEGI will give mainly some contributions in FRP materials, in the development of new types of connections and in the elaboration of new design procedures and guidelines, and finally in the building of small and middle scale demonstrators in a way to validate the work done.


iXBlue SAS (France)
34 rue de la Croix de Fer
CS 70121 Cedex
78105 Saint-Germain en Laye
France
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iXblue shipyard is the European leader in the construction of vessels in composite material. iXblue thus develops and builds ships that are ever more efficient, economical and environmentally friendly. By bringing its core expertise in composite material within the Fibergy project, iXblue aims at helping develop a more sustainable environment through greener renewable energy operations. iXblue’s know-how in composite material will indeed allow significant wind turbine weight reduction. Using composite material will also offer better performance throughout the windfarm life cycle by lowering maintenance costs due to the absence of corrosion. This will in turn limit the environmental impact of potential anti-corrosion treatments. Finally, the use of composite material will greatly improve the underwater acoustic signature of wind turbines by reducing vibration propagation, limiting the noise pollution that can impact marine species.


Técnicas y Servicios de Ingeniería S.L. (Spain)
Av. de Pío XII, 44,
28016 Madrid, Spain
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TSI is an SME with the main objective of providing high-added-value engineering solutions related to Noise & Vibrations in multiple industrial sectors (marine, power generation, oil and gas, nuclear, among others). The services offered by TSI can be divided into four main engineering areas: Measurement and Tests; Analysis and Simulation; Root Cause Analysis of failures; and Monitoring and Maintenance 4.0. Innovation projects are essential for maintaining TSI as a cutting-edge and competitive company in the specialized engineering sector and bringing the best solutions to its clients.
TSI is proud to be part of the FIBREGY project and will work hard from the very beginning in the fulfillment of the proposed scope in the project.


TIDETEC AS (NORWAY)
Munkerudaasen 12D
NO-1165 Oslo
Norway
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Tidetec is a technology SME located in Oslo, Norway established in 1998. Tidetec has developed an innovative turbine solution specifically for tidal range energy schemes. Tidetec’s turbine system is comprised of a patented turnable turret that houses a propeller type turbine, the design of which is an outcome of a long R&D project with key research partners across Europe


Tuco Yacht Værft Aps. (Denmark)
Krogsbjergvej 2,
5600 Faaborg, Denmark
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At Tuco we specialize in fast boats for professionals. We are experts in innovative maritime construction and material technologies – an expertise that has proven itself over the years in numerous successful deliveries of highly reliable boats as well as in other industries such as the wind turbine industry, aeronautics and utility supply.
Today, our extensive experience with customer interaction and well-proven designs is embodied in the ProZero series of fast boats for professionals. The boats are produced using state-of-the-art vacuum technology and composite materials. The result is light boats that handles great and require less engine power, which in turn implies reduced operational costs for our customers and reduced impact on the environment.


University of Limerick (Ireland)
Limerick
V94 T9PX
Ireland
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ULIM is a partner in the FIBREGY project leading tasks in relation to composite material selection, manufacture and mechanical characterization. The research will be performed at the Bernal Institute hosted at ULIM. Research at the Composites cluster in Bernal, focuses on two main application areas: renewable energy and sustainable aircraft transport and involves a combination of material development, manufacturing technology and design methods