The North Sea Energy Consortium consists of full and associate members and will share information to interested parties via a community called North Sea Energy Community.

The community will communicate via a website and social media to:

Publish (restricted) results of the project
Initiate new collaboration projects via shared R&D funds (EU H2020, TKI, Interreg, etc.) 
The community will organize knowledge sharing events and meetings with the ambition to:
Share results of the North Sea Energy Project
Exchange ideas on system integration offshore energy (gas, wind, tidal, aquafarming, wave)
Discuss and present recent reports and studies on the theme North Sea energy

The benefit of participation within the North Sea Energy Consortium is to collaborate and innovate based on a shared investment together with public and private parties. There is 50% of TKI Toeslag subsidy available in shared research projects. The other 50% of funding is required to come from the private sector and can be split among multiple project partners. In this case project partners pay only a fraction of the actual costs and get full access to the project results.