The Bryden Centre
The Bryden Centre is focused on harnessing the potential of marine renewable energy.
The Centre is a €9.4 million cross-border, renewable energy research centre funded by the EU under the Interreg VA programme.
Led from Queen’s University Belfast, the Bryden Centre covers the Northern Ireland, Western Scotland and the Irish border regions.
Renewable energy represents a major opportunity for this interregional area with many geographic, economic and demographic characteristics that provide a distinctive competitive advantage in a global marketplace.
Find out more about The Bryden Centre by watching the videos below
LIVE EVENTS - MONDAY 14th DECEMBER 2020 AND WEDNESDAY 20th JANUARY 2021
During this live session, you'll be able to hear lots more from the Bryden Centre Team about their research, and the impact of marine renewable energy, and other closely-related sources of energy!
To register for these events, or to submit a question to the Bryden Centre Team in advance, click the buttons below!