Maine in Leadership Role at Energy Ocean International

Maine will also be heavily represented through industry expertise with technical presentations

June 7, 2013

The State of Maine will have another strong showing that the annual Energy Ocean International Conference to be held in Providence Rhode Island next week, June 10-12. Maine has developed a reputation of global leadership through this conference. The development of offshore wind and tidal technologies, plus the technical strength from Maine businesses has enhanced the state's reputation as an industry leader.

For the third year in a row, the Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative will organize a Maine Industry Pavilion at the conference. Within the pavilion 12 companies will be exhibiting: Pole Star Marine, Kenway Corp., RM Beaumont Corp., Cianbro, Reed& Reed, Maine Maritime Academy, SGC engineering, SMD/Blue Water Dynamos, Statoil, Maritime Applied Physics Corp., Custom Composites, Namandeau Associates.

Maine will also be heavily represented through industry expertise with technical presentations provided by: Jessica Jansujwicz, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maine; Tom Twist, Sustainability Officer, Chewonki Foundation; Paul Williamson, Director of the Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative; Kathryn Williams, Wildlife and Renewable Energy Program Director, Briloon Biodiversity Research Institute; Suzanne MacDonald, Community Energy Director, Island Institute; James Monroe, Director of Products & Processes, Blue Water Dynamos.

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