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Stand number 13
United KingdomCBE+ has been providing specialist surface treatments to World-leading offshore, subsea and tidal energy operators for over 40 years. Our electroless nickel and diffused nickel plating extend the operating life of submersed metal components, fabrications, and assemblies to over 30 years. With tanks up to 10 meters in length, and lifting capacity of up to 20 tonnes, we can bring outstanding corrosion protection to the largest assets, such as the connecting pins on the Orbital Marine Power© O2, the world’s most powerful tidal turbine. Uniquely, our core capabilities also include CNC machining, gear cutting and metal testing, making us an integrated supply chain solution provider, and placing us at the forefront of Europe’s Ocean Energy revolution.
Copernicus Marine Service
Stand number 24
FranceThe Copernicus Marine Service provides a large catalogue of ocean products, ocean indicators, reports, and analyses alongside special training, educational and business support services for ocean observation, tracking and monitoring. It is funded by the European Commission and is implemented by Mercator Ocean International, a centre for global ocean analysis and forecasting.
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SwedenWave power – to power the planet CorPower Ocean creates innovative wave energy technology for a 100% renewable energy system. We bridge the gap between wind and solar power. With our research and development spanning decades, our innovations are inspired by the biomechanics of the human heart. Based in Sweden, with offices and teams across Europe, we utilise the planet's oceans, turning waves into reliable, cost-effective, clean energy.
Stand number 09
FranceDesigners and manufacturers of power converters, energy management systems, UPS systems and chargers for various projects in the marine and renewable energy markets, we are directly involved in production, energy conversion and intelligent management of the grid in tidal and wave power programs.
Stand number 17Energising Coasts with Offshore Renewable Energy (ENCORE), advances offshore renewable energy technologies like wave energy convertors, tidal and river current turbines and offshore floating solar systems. The ENCORE partners drive the commercialization of offshore energy solutions for islands, harbours and offshore structures. The aim of the ENCORE project is to convert innovative technology into bankable solutions, educate young talent to enter the sustainable blue economy and create new business opportunities. The ENCORE project, coordinated by Bluespring, brings together eleven project partners from four countries: Teamwork Technology, Oceans of Energy, EEL Energy, Inyanga Marine Projects, Water2Energy, European Marine Energy Centre, Dutch Marine Energy Centre, Bureau Veritas, Artelia, University of Gent and Deftiq.
Stand number 22
ItalyHeadquartered in Italy, where it was founded in 1953, Eni is a global, integrated energy company working in 66 countries around the world. After a long history of activity the company has, over the last six years, started a transformation that will lead it to drastically cut its carbon emissions. It aims to become a leader in the production and marketing of decarbonised products by 2050. ISWEC (Inertial Sea Wave Energy Converter), developed by Eni in collaboration with Italy’s Politecnico di Torino and its spin-off Wave for Energy, is a system capable of converting the energy of ocean waves into electricity, immediately available for offshore plants or for feeding directly into the electricity grid to provide power to coastal communities: an innovative solution with a high technological content.
Stand number 33The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (ETIP Ocean) is a recognised advisory body to the European Commission. ETIP Ocean’s main objectives are to bring together knowledge and expertise, define research and innovation priorities for the ocean energy sector and propose solutions to the industry, European and national policy makers to accelerate the development of ocean energy. Ocean Energy Europe in partnership with the University of Edinburgh, Tecnalia and WavEC Offshore Renewables manage ETIP Ocean.
Stand number 32
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 23
United KingdomHydroWing operate a highly experienced and specialised team of offshore engineers from our base at Jubilee Wharf near Falmouth, UK. HydroWing aims to advance through to deployment the innovative tidal energy converter, the ‘HydroWing’, to provide cost-effective, reliable and predictable power to communities around the globe.
Stand number 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.
Marine Energy Alliance / Offshore Energy
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NetherlandsMarine Energy Alliance | Discover the potential of Marine Energy. The Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) is a 4-year European Territorial Cooperation project running from May 2018 to May 2022. The project is financially supported by Interreg North West Europe. Find out more about how the 9 partners within MEA are now supporting 41 SMEs with bespoke services to bring the ME concepts to a higher technical and commercial level. And how you can connect and collaborate. br> Offshore Energy Platform | Shaping the future of energy together. Being future-proof within the offshore wind, oil, gas, maritime, and marine energy industries means being part of the energy transition and investing in sustainable solutions. This is why the Offshore Energy platform focuses on these topics. Our communities – the maritime and offshore energy industries - are front-runners in this change. By combining markets, we connect the gears that set the energy transition in motion. The Offshore Energy platform consists of several media; Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, online news portals (OffshoreWIND.biz, Offshore-Energy.biz and DredgingToday.com) and a Offshore Energy Magazine. A powerful platform like this creates business opportunities. Our reach over different markets and specific userbase results in valuable data. You can use this to create exposure for your company to attract new business.
Marine Power Systems
Stand number 12
United KingdomMarine Power Systems’ unique and flexible technology is the only solution of its type that can be configured to harness wind and wave energy, either as a combined solution or on their own, in deep water. Built on a common platform our devices deliver both cost efficiency and performance throughout the entire product lifecycle – from manufacture, through deployment to operations and maintenance. We are currently focussed on the delivery of our megawatt scale commercial demonstrator at BiMEP in northern Spain and our first pre-commercial multi-megawatt array at EMEC in Orkney, Scotland.
Stand number 14
United KingdomMocean Energy designs machines that generate renewable energy from ocean waves. We have built an expert team combining scientific principle and real-world experience to develop new technologies which can harness the power of waves - and accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon world. The team has over 100 years combined experience in the wave energy, naval architecture, and offshore O&G sectors and has received £6.4m in investment and public support. Mocean is located in both Edinburgh (HQ) and Aberdeen Scotland UK.
MOREnergy Lab, Politecnico di Torino
Stand number 08
ItalyThe Marine Offshore Renewable Energy Lab (MOREnergy Lab) from Politecnico di Torino, Italy, is a research group whose expertise is in wave energy converter design, prototyping, dry-testing in hardware-in-the-loop, wave tank testing and full-scale offshore deployment. The main technology of the MOREnergy Lab is the Inertial Sea Wave Energy Converter (ISWEC), but other concepts are under development, also exploring floating offshore wind and hybrid applications. The MOREnergy Lab is also the Italian regional partner for the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat.
Stand number 06Multiple Use of Space for Island Clean Autonomy, H2020. Multiple Use Platform. MUSICA will provide a full suite of Blue Growth solutions for a small island including: Three forms of renewable energy (RE) (wind, PV and wave) Innovative energy storage systems on the MUP Smart energy system for the island Desalinated water Green support services for island’s aquaculture
Stand number 01
United KingdomNova Innovation is a world leading tidal energy company transforming the power of our seas into clean, predictable electricity. The tide is one of the most powerful forces on Earth and a predictable source of renewable energy. Nova Innovation designs, builds, and operates tidal turbines that generate energy from the natural flow of the tide, in harmony with the marine environment. We have a proven track record and our turbines have been powering homes and businesses since 2016. Nova has tidal projects across the UK, Europe, North America and South East Asia.
Stand number 18
SwedenNovige AB is a Swedish cleantech startup that is behind the development of NoviOcean WEC. It is essentially an inverted hydropower plant at sea (HPAS concept). The rectangular float’s heaving motion can create 600 tons of lifting force in every 3.5-meter wave. This force is hydraulically transferred to a fast-spinning Pelton turbine-and generator assembly. NoviOcean uses simple, light-weighted, and well-proven parts allowing for a reliable and stable electricity output leading to a lower cost of electricity. A lower cost than offshore wind will be achieved after 50 MW deployment. “Saving the climate with profitable wave power” is our goal which we intend to achieve via global partnerships and licensing to facilitate local manufacturing/operation using readily available resources.
Stand number 05Ocean DEMO is a €13m project targeting the installation of ocean energy devices in EU waters. Its objective is to scale technologies up to multi-machine readiness by providing free access to Europe’s world-leading network of test centres and to drive innovation across the ocean energy supply chain. To boost market uptake and confirm the potential of ocean energy to investors, Ocean DEMO runs a competitive voucher scheme supporting technology development through a combined transnational offering across NWE test infrastructures. It is funded by the Interreg North West Europe programme, part of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Ocean Energy Europe
Stand number 37The oceans are the world’s largest untapped source of renewable energy. By 2050, ocean energy can provide 10% of Europe’s current electricity needs and 400,000 jobs, and is all set to become a new European industry. Ocean Energy Europe is the voice of the ocean energy sector in Europe and the largest network of ocean energy professionals in the world. If you're active in the sector, OEE can help your business grow.
Orbital Marine Power
Stand number 30
United KingdomScottish based Orbital Marine Power has established itself as the leader of innovative tidal stream engineering, having pioneered a unique floating turbine solution after over fifteen years of intensive research, development and scale model testing. Credited with developing the technology to transform the future of tidal energy on a global scale, Orbital’s proprietary technology is capable of producing a step-change reduction in the cost of energy from tidal currents. Currently in construction is the Orbital O2 tidal turbine, which will be the world’s most powerful tidal turbine and is due to be installed at the European Marine Energy Centre’s Fall of Warness tidal test site in Orkney, in 2021.
Stand number 07
BelgiumThe POM-WVL strengthens entrepreneurship by stimulating cooperation between businesses, knowledge institutions, regional policy bodies and the social partners, in order to achieve a sustainable, innovative and internationally oriented economy. POM-WVL strengthens, among others, the Blue Energy sector - covering the entire blue energy value chain at all stages of innovation development. Infrastructure, together with support programmes, is made available to make this happen. An excellent example is the Blue Accelerator, which is an offshore innovation and demo platform. Here project developers, industry, SMEs, and academia can test and demonstrate wave convertors, floating solar PV, multi-source solutions, new materials, sensors, as well as drones, USVs and AUVs.
Stand number 34 - 36
FranceFounded in 2008, SABELLA is a French pioneering tidal turbine developer. The technology is composed of a horizontal axis rotor installed on a gravity-based structure laying on the seabed. Full-scale D10-1000 turbine was successfully installed in 2015 in the Fromveur Passage. The 1 MW tidal turbine was grid-connected to Ushant Island and supplies electricity to the 800 inhabitants of this off-grid area. Since 2015, SABELLA has optimized and validated the electrical and mechanical performances of its 1-MW full-scale turbine, in harsh real-sea conditions. Now, the company is working on the design and construction of commercial pilot tidal arrays in France and overseas.
Stand number 19
NetherlandsSeabed is a company specialised in equipment for survey and dredging. Our highly qualified engineers develop and produce products for the offshore as well as the onshore industry. With our complete team of developers, the support engineers, the hydrographic surveyors and the sales team we aim for the right balance in Sales, Support and Engineering. This together with dealerships of well-known worldwide brands, offering equipment of a very high standard makes Seabed a reliable partner.
Stand number 06Development of a streamlined commercialisation pathway for the Marine Renewable Energy Industry. An Ireland/Wales Co-operation (WEFO).The aims of the project are: 1. Establish a cross-border network of Ocean Energy SMEs and supply chain companies; 2. Conduct industry-academic collaborative R&D projects; 3. Transfer R&D knowledge to wave and tidal industry/SME stakeholders, thereby advancing the technology sector as whole; 4. Assist Irish and Welsh SMEs to progress along the path to commercialisation. Selkie will achieve these aims by developing shared multi-use engineering tools, templates, standards and models, which can be used across the sector in both Wales and Ireland.
Stand number 35
SloveniaSigma Energy was established in 2008. Its sole purpose is the development and commercialisation of the patented Sigma WEC technology. The company has already designed, built, and tested several scaled models as well as a 1:5 scaled device tested in the Adriatic Sea. In 2019, Sigma Energy was awarded cofunding from the ERDF and the Republic of Slovenia to develop, deploy and test the full-scale Sigma WEC device for the Adriatic Sea. Deployment is planned for early 2022.
Stand number 20
GermanySINN Power distributes sustainable power generation technologies designed for harsh and maritime environments. Using scalable versatile floating platforms IP68 power electronics (ModTroniX), SINN Power provides the ideal components for ocean energy deployments. ModTroniX enables a seamless integration of other sustainable generation technologies such as photovoltaics and small wind turbines. SINN Power is your one-stop-shop for hybrid, smart-grid projects.
Stand number 31
United KingdomSustainable Marine supplies tidal energy generation platforms incorporating SCHOTTEL powertrain and control systems. Over the past three years we have focused on developing and proving PLAT-I system, testing the first demonstrator in Scotland, and since 2018 we have continued the testing in Nova Scotia, at Grand Passage, in preparation for our project at FORCE. Jason Hayman the Managing Director of SME said “The FORCE site is renowned for its incredible tidal resource, but this also makes it a very challenging environment in which to deploy equipment. We would like to thank the Government of Nova Scotia for remaining steadfast in their support of tidal energy. This enables us to continue our staged approach to delivering our objective; reducing the cost of tidal energy.“
Stand number 02
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.
University of Edinburgh
Stand number 10 - 11
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 life-cycle 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 25
United KingdomWales has the potential to generate around 10 GW from marine energy when the Severn Estuary resource is included. Access to our major marine energy locations is swift which enables hassle free travel by our project partners to do business with our supply chain and academics. This also means that anyone connecting to the grid has easy access to consumers on their doorstep.
Wave Energy Basque Country – BiMEP
Stand number 26 - 27
SpainThe Basque Country is ideally located for developing and testing marine energy devices and has the potential to become a global centre of industry for ocean energy. Biscay Marine Energy Platform (BiMEP) is the result of the governmental commitment to the development of marine renewable energies. BiMEP manages two sites. BiMEP-Armintza is an open-sea facility to support research, technical testing and commercial demonstration of floating marine renewable energy devices. Grid-connected, it is ideal for testing and validating WECs and floating wind solutions. BiMEP-Mutriku, running since 2011 as wave power plant, now is also used for testing new OWC turbines and control algorithms.
Wave Energy Scotland
Stand number 03
United KingdomWave Energy Scotland main aim is to ensure Scotland's leading role in the development of marine energy. Through their work, WES has funded 98 contracts, committed £43m and been involved with 230 separate organisations, across 13 different countries.