£300,000 for marine energy in Indonesia

Researches from a Scottish university are receiving more than £300,000 for marine energy research in Indonesia. The cash is being provided by the UK and Indonesian governments. The researchers from the […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

Researches from a Scottish university are receiving more than £300,000 for marine energy research in Indonesia.

The cash is being provided by the UK and Indonesian governments.

The researchers from the Center for Understanding Sustainable Practice (CUSP) at Robert Gordon University (RGU) hopes to create a viable marine energy industry in Indonesia.

They will help build the country’s science and innovation capacity in Indonesia.

Director of CUSP, Dr Alan Owen, said: “Ensuring that there is the relevant knowledge and skills is vital to develop the country’s marine energy capabilities in a comprehensive and sustainable way.”