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Basque Energy Cluster
Stand number 6 - 7 - 8
SpainThe Basque Energy Cluster is a non-profit organization to foster the competitiveness of the industrial sector. With 168 members, it integrates the leading companies in the value chain of the energy sector, Basque scientific-technological agents, and public administration bodies with responsibilities in the energy area.
Carnegie Clean Energy
Stand number 05
AustraliaCarnegie is the owner and developer of the CETO® technology, which captures energy from ocean waves and converts it into electricity. We use the latest advances in artificial intelligence and electric machines to optimally control the device and generate electricity in the most efficient way possible. We have a long history in ocean energy with a track record of world leading developments.
Stand number 23 - 24
SwedenWave Power. To Power the planet. CorPower Ocean brings high-efficiency Wave Energy technology enabling reliable and cost-effective harvesting of electricity from ocean waves. With our research and development spanning decades, our innovations are inspired by the pumping principle of the human heart. Ocean energy brings stability to the clean energy mix, accelerating the transition to zero-carbon energy. Headquartered in Sweden, with offices in Portugal, Norway and Scotland, we design, build and install turnkey solutions that allow our customers to power the planet with clean energy from ocean waves. corpowerocean.com
Stand number 20
NetherlandsDeRegt Cables provides the best possible cable solutions based on the specific needs of our clients for any given situation. Our people provide bright ideas, great products, and excellent service. Challenge us and we will prove that we can provide the best possible solution for your specific challenge. Quality, craftsmanship and innovation have made us leaders in the development and manufacture of high-quality cable solutions for the past 90 years.
Stand number D
NetherlandsDMEC is an accelerator for marine energy solutions. By advancing innovation, mobilising capital and shaping policies, we create multipurpose energy solutions for a wide variety of markets. During the conference, we will showcase best practices, share insights in approaches towards the blue economy and foster collaboration. We hope to see you during a wide variety of activities that will be organised and in our Marine Energy Hub in the harbour of Scheveningen (The Hague).
Eco Wave Dynamis
Stand number 16
GreeceEco Wave Dynamis designs and develops a series of technological innovations for energy production from renewable and/or untapped energy sources, contributing in this manner to decarbonisation, the acceleration of circular and decentralized energy supply, and eco-efficient business operations.
Stand number 10
United KingdomAn innovation catalyst pioneering the transition to a clean energy future. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2023, EMEC is the world’s leading centre for testing wave and tidal energy converters in the sea and has hosted more technologies than anywhere else in the world. EMEC also operates an R&D ecosystem integrating renewables with hydrogen and batteries and is involved in an array of innovation projects to advance ocean energy, green hydrogen and clean island energy systems.
Stand number 21
FranceHydroQuest industrializes a unique power turbine technology that produces electricity from the hydrokinetic force of oceans, tides, rivers, and canals. The company’s mission is to feed the grid with a predictable, constant, minimally invasive clean energy source at a global scale.
Stand number 18
United KingdomHydroWing Ltd is a multi-turbine tidal energy developer focussed cost effectiveness through low cost operational. In addition HydroWing is 50% owner of leading turbine manufacturer Tocardo, owner/operator of the EU’s largest and only tidal array. Together HydroWing&Tocardo are now advancing a global project pipeline including the UK, EU and South East Asia.
Stand number 28 - 29
SpainTidal Energy - Magallanes Renovables has developed and constructed and is currently operating a 1.5MW floating turbine located at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Scotland. The system combines the already mature naval and windmill industries to minimize technology risk and reduce development costs, resulting in a machine that delivers a high output at a low cost. Based in Spain with offices in Scotland, our technology is set to unlock at an industrial level the power of the oceans.
Stand number 14
United KingdomMocean Energy is committed to designing and delivering wave energy converters to provide ocean equipment and the grid with clean, carbon-free, renewable energy.
National Hydropower Association
Stand number 27
USAThe National Hydropower Association (NHA) is a non-profit national association dedicated exclusively to preserving and expanding clean, renewable, affordable hydropower and marine energy in the United States. NHA’s Marine Energy Council (MEC) actively engages with federal policymakers to increase R&D support, reduce market barriers, and create financial incentives for technology deployment. The MEC works with its members to inform future federal programs and competitive funding solicitations, lobby for appropriations and legislation in support of the sector, and serve as a clearinghouse of critical information.
Stand number 30
FranceThe OPEN-C Foundation for floating wind and marine renewable energy is the Europe's largest offshore testing centre. The OPEN-C foundation brings together resources & infrastructure for offshore testing and demonstrating from 2023. It coordinates, develops & manages the french offshore testing facilities for floating offshore wind, tidal power, wave energy, offshore hydrogen and floating photovoltaics. Over the next 3 years, the OPEN-C Foundation will make several major innovations, including the testing of five separate prototypes of second-generation floating wind turbines.
Orbital Marine Power
Stand number 32
United KingdomOrbital Marine Power (Orbital) is a visionary, Scotland-based, renewable energy company focused on the development and global application of its pioneering floating turbine stream technology. The culmination of over 15 years of refinement has resulted in the world’s most powerful and advanced tidal stream turbine, the O2, which has been exporting low carbon electricity to the UK grid since July 2021. The O2 is a 2MW+ product capable of being deployed in multi-unit arrays to provide utility-scale, clean energy with almost zero visual impact.
Stand number 31
BelgiumPOM West-Vlaanderen (BE) is a driving force in promoting entrepreneurship, facilitating ideal business conditions, and embedding innovation in the entrepreneurial landscape. Our mission extends to nurturing local talent and delivering customized data and information. West Flanders is the gateway to the burgeoning Blue Energy sector, and we are committed to providing every opportunity for companies in this innovative field to flourish. Join us as we pave the way for the future of Blue Energy in Europe, with access to cutting-edge test and training facilities at www.blueaccelerator.be and www.the-reef.be
Stand number 15
United KingdomWith over a decade of experience in the ocean renewable energy sector, PPI Engineering can design manufacture and support custom electrical rotating equipment. We have worked with some of the sector’s leading developers and developed new equipment and procedure to satisfy customer requirements. Offering complete design and supply of generators to match any application, support with system design and equipment selection.
Schottel Marine Technologies
Stand number 17
GermanySCHOTTEL Marine Technologies has developed and installed a suite of cost effective, rapidly deployable and environmentally sensitive patented groutless rock anchoring solutions (Swift Anchors) for rock seabeds and associated installation tools for the global offshore energy industry.
Stand number B
SloveniaSigma energija d.o.o. (Sigma Energy) is a Slovenia-based WEC developer with over 15 years of experience in WEC development and a proven track record. Our most recent project is last year's deployment of a 30-kW WEC device.
Stand number 12
United KingdomTadek have supported the installation engineering and design of the majority of European Wave & Tidal projects in the past decade. We offer services in project engineering & project management, mooring and umbilical design, marine analysis, structural design, and naval architecture. We work collaboratively as trusted partners with our clients, utilising expertise gained on over 200 projects worldwide (including high-value corporate projects as well as many prototype works), in order to deliver robust, innovative and cost-conscious solutions.
Stand number C
United KingdomTeam Scotland: working collaboratively to accelerate the development of marine renewable energy devices in Scotland. Team Scotland is comprised of the following organisations: Scottish Government / Wave Energy Scotland / Crown Estate Scotland / Marine Scotland / Highlands & Islands Enterprise / Scottish Development International / Scottish Enterprise
Stand number 22
USAThe Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Water Power Technologies Office and directed by the Pacific Ocean Energy Trust (POET), accelerates the idea-to-market process by providing support for marine energy developers and researchers by providing access to the U.S.’s best marine energy testing facilities and leading marine energy experts.
UK Marine Energy Council
Stand number 11
United KingdomThe Marine Energy Council (MEC) represents technology and project developers, consultants, test-centres and sites, academics, associations, manufacturers, and small and medium sized enterprises. Our vision is for ocean energy to play a key role in a secure, cost-effective, and fair transition to net zero, enabling investment, exporting great British innovation, and levelling up with employment opportunities across the UK. We welcome all those that share our ambitions for the UK to be a world-leader in harnessing the power of its ocean’s tides and waves. For information on joining the MEC please see our membership page.
University of Edinburgh
Stand number 13
United KingdomThe University of Edinburgh already stands out among its competitors for the breadth and depth of its energy research. The University delivers world leading research in low carbon energy systems, technology and policy, with expertise in resource modelling and measurement, hydrodynamics, aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, electromagnetics, power electronics, control, power systems analysis and lifecycle analysis. The University has unique world class test facilities for wave and tidal energy, in particular FloWave test tank and FastBlade; a tidal blade fatigue test facility.
Stand number 19
SwedenVALID is a 3-year project specifically designed to develop a Hybrid Testing Platform for accelerated testing with methodologies by combining the virtual and physical environment reducing cost in the product developing process, tackle scaling challenges and lower uncertainties once fully demonstrated in the ocean. VALID will use and adapt novel Hybrid Testing methodologies frequently used in the automotive industry through three different case studies that are specific to the ocean energy sector. This will transform the fundamental approach to accelerated testing and establish the correlation between the ocean and the lab conditions allowing for common testing procedures and convergence in technology across Europe.