With the technology, infrastructure and energy mix demand developing, marine energy can be seen as a key frontier in clean energy generation. The UK Marine Energy Conference 2016 will focus on accelerating marine energy as a viable energy alternative and maintaining the UK’s position at the forefront of this emerging market.
With the technology, infrastructure and energy mix demand developing, marine energy can be seen as a key frontier in clean energy generation. The UK Marine Energy Conference 2016 will focus on accelerating marine energy as a viable energy alternative and maintaining the UK's position at the forefront of this emerging market.
Currently the UK is seen as the leader for the development of tidal and wave energy technologies. Despite being in the early stages of development, The Carbon Trust estimates that UK companies could capture around 22% of the global market for marine energy which could be worth around £76 billion between now and 2050. Therefore further research and investment is needed to identify how best to exploit these assets.
The conference will address the role for marine energy in the new energy infrastructure. Presentations will examine reducing costs, building investor confidence, generating growth and successful pathways to commercialisation. Time will also be afforded to discussions on environmental impacts, developing industry standards, innovation & new technologies, and the latest updates from existing marine energy projects.
UK Marine Energy Conference boasts an exciting speaker line-up. With case studies on the UK's latest projects from the likes of David Taafe, Project Manager at MeyGen, an offshore tidal stream turbine near Pentland Firth. To marine robotics solutions from National Oceanography Centre's Adam Schink, Marine Robotics Innovation Centre Manager.
Networking & Exhibition
The UK Marine Energy Conference will also feature an intimate exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and solutions from across the marine energy sector.
The exhibition will also host networking throughout the course of the day, with breakfast, lunch and evening drinks. This will bring together government officials, manufacturers, project developers and investors with consultants and contractors. Bookings for exhibition stands are now being taken, do get in touch if you wish to showcase your latest work to the marine energy industry.
Charles Maxwell Ltd are delighted to be organising UK Marine Energy Conference with partners from a number of leading industry organisations, such as IMarEST, Scottish Energy Association & Marine Energy Pembrokeshire.
Scottish Energy Association:
The Scottish Energy Association® (SEA), is the membership organisation for the energy industry in Scotland. SEA supports power and energy organisations working in Scotland, across the UK and internationally.
Marine Energy Pembrokeshire:
Marine Energy Pembrokeshire is a partnership between technology developers, the supply chain, academia and the public sector working in collaboration to establish Pembrokeshire as a "centre of excellence" for sustainable marine energy generation.
The IMarEST is an international membership body and learned society that brings together marine engineers, scientists and technologists. The largest marine organisation of its kind, providing opportunities for the exchange of ideas and upholding the status, standards and expertise of marine professionals worldwide.
To purchase your event tickets with our early bird discount (valid only until 30th April) please visit: https://ukmarineenergyconference.eventbrite.co.uk/
For the conference agenda and further details about UK Marine Energy Conference please visit the event website: http://www.marineenergyconference.co.uk/