Wave & Tidal Energy Event – Final Announcements!

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.

In two weeks' time, the UK Marine Energy Conference will bring together those at the forefront of wave & tidal technology within the UK and Ireland. This event aims to accelerate marine energy as a viable energy alternative and maintain the UK & Ireland's position as leaders of this emerging market.

Exhibition & Networking

The UK Marine Energy Conference will feature an intimate exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and solutions from across the marine energy sector. The exhibition will host the networking throughout the course of the day, with breakfast, lunch and evening drinks.

We're excited to announce the following companies will be exhibiting:

TBAT Innovation Ltd.
360 Vision Technology
DHI Water Environments UK Ltd
Klüber Lubrication GB Ltd
Ridgeway Marine
Woollard & Henry Ltd
Centa Transmissions Ltd

Speaker & Moderator Line-up

UK Marine Energy Conference boasts a stimulating speaker line-up. The opening session will consider policy projections with a presentation from the Scottish Government, and marine planning and licensing from the conference's sponsor Ashfords LLP.

There will also be case studies on the UK's latest projects from MeyGen, Minesto, OpenHydro and Marine Power Systems Ltd to technology insights from Sustainable Marine Energy Ltd and FloWave TT and SmartBay Ireland Ltd.

The conference also offers an opportunity to identify the key issues facing the industry and possible solutions. From marine robotics solutions 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.

Wave of Event Supporters

As well as hosting the event with conference sponsor Ashfords LLP, the UK Marine Energy Conference is pleased to be organising the event with the support of a number of leading industry marine and energy organisations, such as: Natural Resources Wales, Energy at KTN, Energy Technologies Institute, IMarEST, Scottish Energy Association, Marine Energy Pembrokeshire, Community Energy Wales, Marine South East Limited, CASE, Maribe & WavEC.

Limited Ticket Availability - Don't Miss Out!

Conference Tickets include full access to the conference, all networking (food and drink) and table-top exhibition area. Government & Academia qualify for complimentary tickets.

Please get in touch via the details below to find out more!


If you're a journalist and interested in attending the UK Marine Energy Conference, please send an email to Robyn.Doyle@charlesmaxwell.co.uk for your complimentary press pass.

Reuben Howard
Business Development Executive
Charles Maxwell Ltd
+44 (0) 151 230 2110

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