CEOs commit to international collaboration at major tidal summit

The CEOs of the world's leading tidal device developers have committed to continued collaboration at the major industry meeting point this November.

CEOs from Atlantis Resources Corporation, Andritz Hydro Hammerfest, Siemens Marine Current Turbines, Alstom Tidal Generation, and Voith Hydro Ocean Current Technologies, ScotRenewables Ltd, Tidal Energy Ltd among others have again committed in 2013 to help push forward the tidal energy industry by continued collaboration and information sharing.


With over 450 attendees expected this year, the International Tidal Energy Summit (28-29 November, London) is anticipated to be the biggest and most important tidal energy meeting to date. With commitment and support from major industrial stakeholders including EDF Energy, GDF Suez, ABB Technology Ventures, this event is set to demonstrate that 2012 has been the most successful year for tidal energy so far.

For more information on ITES2013 visit the website here: http://goo.gl/Ta7WhQ

Will Broad
Project Director | Tidal Today
+44 (0) 207 375 7516

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