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ETIP Ocean is preparing a series of webinars and events.

Preliminary schedule

ETIP Ocean Calendar of Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Events

Date

Type

Theme

Subject

Speaker(s)

6 April 2017 at 2.30pm CET

Webinar

Technology

Metrics and stage-gate development programmes

Jonathan Hodges

(Wave Energy Scotland)

 

25 April 2017 at 11.30am CET

Webinar

Finance

Warranties, guaranties and insurance

Rémi Gruet (Ocean Energy Europe)

Michael Bullock (Renewable Risk Advisors)

23 May 2017 at 11.30am CET

Webinar

Environment & Socio-economics

Enhancing social impact and acceptance

Sue Barr (OpenHydro)

David Pratt (Marine Scotland)

27 June 2017 at 11.30am CET

Webinar

Technology

Control systems for improved yield, reliability and survivability

Ross Henderson (Quoceant)

Jochen Bard (Fraunhofer IWES)

29 August 2017 at 11.30am CET

Webinar

Environment & Socio-economics

Minimising negative environmental impacts

François Batifoulier (Sabella)

Caitlin Long (EMEC)

5 October 2017 at 3pm CET

Webinar

Finance

Funding Ocean Energy Technology Development Using Pre-Commercial Procurement and Stage-Gate Development Processes

Tim Hurst (WES)

David Langston (WES)

Patrik Moller (CorPower Ocean)

25, October 2017 at 2pm CET

Webinar

Technology

Wave Power Take Off - Have we cracked it?

Luca Castellini (Umbra Cuscinetti)

Patrik Moller, (CorPower Ocean)

Richard Linley (Aquanet Power)

Kieran O'Brien (Carnegie Clean Energy)

Alexander Martha (Nemos)

26, October 2017 at 1.30pm CET

Workshop

All

Discussion of webinar results to date

 

13, December 2017 at 3pm CET

Webinar

Environment & Socio-economics

Adaptive Management Systems – Don’t make the same mistakes twice!

Finlay Bennet (Marine Scotland)

Frank Fortune (Royal HaskoningDHV)

29, January 2018 at 3pm CET

Webinar

Technology

Developing and implementing optimisation tools

Raymond Alcorn (Exceedence)

Encarni Medina-Lopez (University of Edinburgh)

27, February 2018 at 3pm CET

Webinar

Finance

Maintaining grant funding for early TRL technologies

Andrew Smith (Deja Blue Consulting)

Peter Coyle (MRIA)

Week 4, March 2018

Webinar

Technology

Investigating novel devices before moving towards convergence of design

TBC

Week 4, April 2018

Webinar

Finance

Establishing long term revenue support

TBC

Week 4, May 2018 Webinar Technology

Investigating alternative materials and manufacturing processes for device structures

 

 
Week 4, June 2018  Webinar

Environment & Socio-economics

Facilitating knowledge transfer and collaboration  

September/October 2018

Workshop

All

Discussion of webinar results since previous workshop

TBC

 

ETIP Ocean Calendar of Student/Industry Brokerage Events

Date

Hosting Event

Location

Format

10 May 2017 - 11am to 1pm

All-Energy 2017

Glasgow, United Kingdom

Networking lunch

27th August to 2nd September 2017

EWTEC and INORE 2017

Cork, Ireland

Industry led collaborative tasks

28 March 2018

OEE Strategy days 2018

Brussels, Belgium

Seminar and networking lunch

June 2018

ICOE 2018

Cherbourg, France

Presentations and networking drink


 

The schedule will be updated with precise dates and times and presenters. Check our website regularly for more information or to watch recordings of past events.

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People interested in tracking progress in developing Scotland’s wave energy technology can now access a new online library, launched on 20 July by Wave Energy Scotland (WES).

WES is taking an innovative approach to supporting the commercialisation of technology for the wave energy sector through a highly collaborative programme.

This brings together the best of industry and academia to develop projects in areas that have been identified as priorities for the sector, and likely to have a positive impact on the long term cost of energy.

In just over two years, WES has worked with 150 separate organisations across more than 50 projects in a range of technology areas, committing in excess of £24million funding in a range of technology areas.

As well as developing cutting edge technology, the WES objectives focus on sharing the result of projects. To that end the new online library includes information on research, knowledge capture and international collaborations.

It will help anyone interested in what Wave Energy Scotland’s projects are achieving, and the Intellectual Property (IP) that has been generated.

 

http://library.waveenergyscotland.co.uk/

A Study on Lessons for Ocean Energy Development, commissioned by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission), has been published.

This study has reviews lessons learnt and good practices in wave and tidal technology.

The main conclusion is that root causes and barriers to development are diverse and interrelated. To overcome these, the study calls for an integrated approach, involving all stakeholders.

Change of behaviour towards embracing good practices and learning from past experiences is urgent. 

Click here to download the study.

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