The European Awards organized by EURID have presented the nominees of 2021 and the website of FLAGSHIP project is among the candidates
The voting process is open for the public and it will be available until the next 5th of August
FLAGSHIP’s project website has been nominated for the .eu Web Awards! The competition organized by EURID, the European Registry for Internet Domains, has presented the nominees for its edition of 2021 and the Horizon 2020 initiative is among the candidates in the Better World category.
The .eu Web Awards is an online competition designed to recognise the best websites that use extensions .Ею or .eu, which is the extension that uses FLAGSHP’s web page.
To be precise, FLAGSHIP’s website is among the nominees for the Better World category, directed to web pages with a clear environmental message. The rest of the categories and candidates of each of them can be found on the official website of the Awards, directed by the non-profit organization designated by the European Commission for the registration of web names that operate the .eu level domain.
The voting process of the Awards is open for the public and it will be available until the next 5th of August. FLAGSHIP wants to invite everyone to vote for the project through this link.
The 3 websites with more votes of each category will become the 2021 .eu Web Awards finalists, which will be revealed on the 16th of August. Finally, the finalists with the highest scores from the jury will be selected as winners and will be announced during the Awards ceremony that will be held in September.
The winners of the five categories will receive a personalized trophy along with a certificate, a digital medal, a promotional video of their company and a two-month advertising campaign at the Brussels airport.
FLAGSHIP project is a Horizon 2020 initiative that will build a robust and innovative semi-submersible concrete floating platform that includes an easy-to-install anchorage design, innovative mooring designs and configurations, as well as new cable designs with optimised installation and life management procedures. Among its missions are the engagement with other R&D European projects in events like these.
The initiaitive’s consortium, led by Iberdrola, includes companies and institutions from several European countries: Spain (Core-Marine, CENER, IHCantabria, Zabala Innovation), Norway (Olav Olsen, Aker Solutions, UNITECH Offshore AS, Met Centre), France (EDF), Denmark (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) and Germany (DNV-GL).