With every major company in attendance, ITES is the industry’s largest gathering for business development, planning meetings and winning contracts.

2017 Speakers - making the business case for tidal and LCOE reduction

  • Committee on Climate Change
    The Rt Hon. Lord DebenChairman
    Committee on Climate Change
  • OpenHydro
    Patrick GougeonCEO
    OpenHydro
  • Scotrenewables
    Andrew Scott CEO
    Scotrenewables
  • Minesto
    Martin EdlundCEO
    Minesto
  • DP Energy
    Simon De PietroCEO
    DP Energy
  • Atlantis Resources Limited
    Tim CorneliusCEO
    Atlantis Resources
  • Nova Scotia Department of Energy
    Keith CollinsExecutive Director of Sustainable & Renewable Energy
    Nova Scotia Department of Energy
  • Nova Innovation Ltd
    Gavin McPherson Head Of Policy and Research
    Nova Innovation Ltd
  • Magallanes Renovables
    Alejandro Marques de MagallanesCEO
    Magallanes Renovables
  • SCHOTTEL HYDRO
    Niels Lange MD
    SCHOTTEL HYDRO
  • Natural Energy Wyre
    Bob LongMD
    Natural Energy Wyre
  • Morlais
    Gerallt Llewelyn Jones MD
    Morlais
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Tidal stream’s biggest market opportunities:

France’s Tidal Industry - opportunities in 2018

Canada and North America - building a platform for growth


Asia Panel - review the opportunities in Indonesia, Philippines, Japan and more
The UK industry - reaching a commercial readiness level

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  • Scale up:

    Understand the ‘big picture’ strategies for achieving economies of scale in tidal stream, range and lagoons

  • International markets for tidal power:

    Assess the future growth areas for tidal power

  • Reliability and cost reduction:

    Review the role of technology companies, developers and suppliers to deliver cost-effective electricity

Register here by September 22 to join every developer and turbine manufacturer

ITES 2017 Sponsors - Driving the industry toward cost effective energy production

  • dnv gl
  • DSA
  • magallenes
  • xodus
  • SCHOTTEL HYDRO
  • SKF
  • VescoPlastics

Three Hot Features At ITES 2017

Energy Storage
Energy Storage:
Brand New Session

Review how storage can support tidal, including EMEC’s use of Hydrogen

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Floating tidal projects delivering on reliability

Scotrenewables, Sustainable Marine Energy
& more

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Tidal Lagoons:
Crunch Time

Where is the industry now? Hear from Wales, Korea and Canada on their developments

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The tidal industry is on the cusp of commercialisation. 3 key projects include:

  • MeyGen - By November tidal’s first commercial turbine would have been operational for a year.

    With 4 Project Managers to share insights on the lessons learnt in the first MeyGen Phase 1A panel session.

Today, we are witnessing the transformation of a sector. MeyGen is one of the most exciting and innovative renewable energy developments in the world, marking the long-awaited arrival of tidal stream generation as a serious, large-scale player in global energy markets...

Tim Cornelius, CEO, Atlantis

Tim Cornelius
  • Scotrenewables - hot off the press, would have been grid-connected at EMEC for +1 year.

The sector is now beyond its emerging phase and the SR2000 device is a bold step forward proving the viability of tidal as a sustainable, reliable and predictable energy source.

Simon de Pietro, CEO of DP Energy and key investor in Scotrenewables.

Simon de Pietro
  • Tidal lagoons - technology is viable and would make a "strong contribution" to the UK's energy supply

If you look at the cost spread out over the entire lifetime - 120 years for the project - it comes out at about 30p per household for the next 30 years. That's less than a pint of milk.

Former UK energy minister Mr Charles Hendry

Former UK energy minister Mr Charles Hendry

Spanning 2 days with +45 top-level case studies in UK, Mainland Europe, Americas and Asia you will receive unparalleled insight to support your business to:

  • Lower the Levelised Cost of Energy (LCOE).

    Gain insight from the largest developer on their aims to generate cost-competitive electricity

  • Hit your risk category.

    Minimise your risk and improve reliability to ensure robust financing, design, installation and maintenance of tidal projects.

  • Understand policy beyond 2020.

    Overcome perceptions, develop ambition and create positivity for the realisation of tidal power to attract political support.

  • Develop efficient technologies.

    Receive exclusive insight from global pilot farms on their innovations and turbine developments.

  • Learn from investors.

    Understand how clean-tech investors perceive risk and opportunities in the tidal sector

  • Tackle marine operations.

    Reduce your marine operations costs at installations and at O&M through birth of the supply chain.

Register here by September 22 to join every developer and turbine manufacturer

Check out 2016's feedback:

  • Tech Strategy Board

    "The Tidal Energy Summit gives us the chance to meet with the majority of key industry players in one place at the same time. Innovate UK is looking forward to being able to update stakeholders about its exciting technology innovation projects"

    - David Hÿtch, Lead Technologist - Offshore Renewables, Tech Strategy Board
  • Schaeffler

    "The ITES is a well-targeted event supported by all major industry professionals. Schaeffler is looking forward to meeting key decision makers and contributing to the technical debate "

    - Richard Granger, Power Generation Sector Manager. Schaeffler (UK) Ltd.
  • Mojo Maritime

    "This year’s Tidal Energy summit comes at a key time in the industry with pilot arrays in sight. However, we still face key challenges to tidal energy commercialisation and the opportunity to address these in November is exceptionally well timed."

    - Chartered Marine Technologist & HF4 Project Coordinator, Mojo Maritime

Exhibit at ITES - Tidal’s largest forum for BDM

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Group Bookings: Bring your team, have a stronger BDM presence

DNV GL, HR Wallingford, Hydro Group, Tocardo, Siemens, Schaeffler are among the companies to have confirmed their groups for ITES 2016.

One person is not enough to full take advantage of ITES. Group bookings allow you to:

  • Stronger presence in a room with +400 people, fully take advantage of networking
  • Take advantage of two tracks and 8 conference workshops
  • Better visibility online as an attendee
  • Book your team under a cheaper rate.

But what if you don’t know how many can come from your company? It does not matter as ITES can organise a bespoke rate for you in advance and delegates can be confirmed at later dates.

Register by September 22 to save £200

So who will you meet? 2017 delegate breakdown by company and job role:

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Job Role

Company Type

Company Type

If you are interested in ITES 2017 please contact us on the below details:

Paul Soskin

Paul Soskin

Sr. Projects Director
New Energy Update
+44 (0) 207 375 7503 (Global)
Email: paul@newenergyupdate.com

Ben French

Ben French

Business Development Lead - Europe
New Energy Update
Telephone: +44 (0)207 422 4305
Email: ben@newenergyupdate.com

2017 Sponsors & Exhibitors

Silver Sponsors

  • dnv gl
  • DSA
  • magallenes

Bronze Sponsor

  • xodus

Sponsors

  • SCHOTTEL HYDRO
  • SKF
  • VescoPlastics

Supporting Associations

  • BHA
  • renewableuk
  • Marine Energy Pembrokshire

Media Partners

  • Greenmatch
  • greenjournal
  • TEIT
  • SCN
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