MARINE ENERGY WALES ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018
19TH APRIL, ALL NATIONS CENTRE, CARDIFF
Watch the highlights from the Marine Energy Wales Conference 2017!
With €100.4 million of EU Structural Funds prioritised for marine energy in Wales, two array scale Demonstration Zones, seabed agreements in place for 3 separate tidal projects and a number of proposals for tidal range projects, Wales has the potential to be a world-leader in the marine energy market.
The Marine Energy Wales Annual Conference aims to showcase the progress being made in Wales as well as outlining future plans and opportunities.
JUST SOME REASONS TO ATTEND...
- Learn about sector developments, opportunities and existing projects
- A forum to discuss key challenges and opportunities for the sector
- This conference is a platform to encourage collaboration and business networking
- Hear about developments from companies such as Minesto, Wave-tricity, Marine Power Systems and Tidal Lagoon Power.
- Hear about a feasibility study which is underway for the world’s largest wave energy seabed lease off of Pembrokeshire’s coast.
- Since 2010, the Marine Energy Pembrokeshire Industry Seminars have been fully booked. The number of supply chain companies, supporting organisations and technology developers has increased year on year, demonstrating the advancement of the sector and a growing interest in Wales.
In 2017 we welcomed 250 delegates who represented 129 global organisations of which; 39% were supply chain companies, 20% were technology developers, 16% were research delegates, 12% Governmental representatives, and 7% offered specialist support.
“This was the most positive ocean energy conference I have attended. In just one day there was a tremendous amount of information shared by industry, a real willingness to engage and I got a feel that Marine Energy Wales was really moving forward in collaboration.” - Feedback from previous events
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