Trends and Challenges in Maritime Energy Management: A Multipurpose Marine Cadastre to Manage Conflict Use with Marine Renewable Energy

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May 8, 2018 - 1:51pm
Type: Book Chapter
Year of publication: 2018
Authors: Séverine Michalak
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
City: Cham
Volume: 6
Pages: 447 - 462
ISBN: 978-3-319-74575-6
ISSN: 2196-8772

Notwithstanding their potential benefit as a non-carbon-emitting energy source, the number and the size of marine renewable energy (MRE) farms increases conflict uses, creating a kind of private occupation of the sea space. The multipurpose marine cadastre (MMC) seems to be an efficient tool to determine a better way to allocate exclusive rights to ocean energy developers, in accordance with other users rights. The United-States are the pioneers with their marinecadastre.gov website, which has been set clearly to promote offshore renewable energy, and many others countries are studying this concept, as a complement to marine spatial planning.

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