UK Marine Energy Conference - 8 Weeks to Go!

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 focuses on accelerating wave and tidal energy as viable energy alternatives, whilst maintaining the UK & Ireland's position at the forefront of marine energy development.

DIARY DATE

Event: UK Marine Energy Conference
Date: Tuesday 5th July 2016
Venue: Marriott Hotel, Glasgow
Further information: http://www.marineenergyconference.co.uk/

The countdown has begun; UK Marine Energy Conference is less than two months away. On Tuesday 5th July, the conference will bring together those at the forefront of wave & tidal technology within the UK and Ireland. This event will focus on accelerating marine energy as a viable energy alternative and maintaining the UK & Ireland's position as a leader of this emerging market.

Speaker & Moderator Line-up

UK Marine Energy Conference boasts an exciting speaker line-up. With case studies on the UK's latest projects from MeyGen, Minesto and Marine Power Systems Ltd to technology insights from Sustainable Marine Energy Ltd and FloWave TT.

Whilst the conference is the perfect chance to catch up with the latest technology and projects, it also offers an opportunity to identify the key issues facing the industry and possible solutions. From marine robotics by National Oceanography Centre and studies on community engagement strategies from the University of Edinburgh to a hard-hitting industry analysis from Peter Fraenkel, co-founder of Marine Current Turbines Ltd.

This one-day conference will be hosted by industry experts, Dr Gordon Dalton Lead Co-ordinator of the Maribe H2020 Project and Professor Stephen Salter Emeritus Professor of Engineering Design, University of Edinburgh.

The full agenda will be unveiled later next month - stay tuned.

Exhibition & Networking

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 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.

There are limited spaces for exhibition stands so do get in touch if you wish to showcase your latest work to the marine energy industry.

Conference Partners

Charles Maxwell Ltd are delighted to be organising UK Marine Energy Conference with partners from a number of leading industry marine and energy organisations, such as Energy Technologies Institute, IMarEST, Scottish Energy Association, Marine Energy Pembrokeshire, Community Energy Wales, CASE & WavEC.

Conference Tickets are just £420 (Inc. VAT) and include full access to the conference, all networking events (food and drink) and table exhibition area. Please visit Eventbrite to register: https://ukmarineenergyconference.eventbrite.co.uk/

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For the conference agenda and further details about UK Marine Energy Conference please visit the event website: http://www.marineenergyconference.co.uk/
Enquiries:
Robyn Doyle
Marketing & Communications
Charles Maxwell Ltd
+44 (0) 151 230 2107
Robyn.Doyle@charlesmaxwell.co.uk

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