Making the business case for tidal - hear from top level speakers.

Tidal’s Most International Agenda Ever

Moderators:
Martin Murphy, Principle, Martin Murphy Consulting
Sian George, Director, George Consulting Group

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DAY 1, 14th November 2017

Keynotes
The need for a diversified energy mix - the role tidal power could play

Committee on Climate Change The Rt Hon. Lord Deben Chairman Committee on Climate Change

Indonesia’s Government vision for developing tidal power

Professor Rokhmin Dahuri Advisor to the Indonesian Government Former Indonesian Government Minister of Marine Affairs & Fisheries

The status of the tidal stream industry globally - building a platform for accelerated growth
  • Gain a market update from an industry leader and hear why the development of tidal projects is set to power ahead in 2018
  • Making tidal power commercial - review the progress of OpenHydro’s portfolio
  • Vision for 2018 and onwards: Hear what will be normal business practice for developers and what new sales opportunities will be available for OEM

OpenHydro Patrick Gougeon CEO OpenHydro

Update from the Canadian government
  • Gain insight on how the Government plans to maintain momentum for research and investment so that the sector continues to grow and who will take responsibility
  • Assess how Canada will develop a commercial industry through its unique feed-in-tariff
  • Evaluate where future opportunities may lie for developers and turbine manufacturers.

Nova Scotia Department of Energy Keith Collins Executive Director of Sustainable & Renewable Energy Nova Scotia Department of Energy

COFFEE BREAK - LUNCH
Track 1: France’s Developing Tidal Stream Sector
Track 2: The future for tidal lagoons and tidal range
French Panel Discussion 1 - Updates from French industry players
  • Assess the progress of early stage prototypes being developed and tested in France
  • Discuss the strategy for permitting agreements, standards, environmental regulation & grid connection to ensure the deployment of prototype
  • Review the future timelines for existing projects including the potential to upscale
Making an industry - review the objectives of leading developers in tidal lagoons and tidal range
  • Review from case studies the potential pipeline of projects from UK and international developers
  • Assess the vision for cost-effective power generation and what this represents value to the consumer
  • Post Hendry Review- discuss the priorities for developers in getting environment consent, construction and turbine section

Atlantis Resources Tim Cornelius CEO Atlantis Resources

Natural Energy Wyre Bob Long MD Natural Energy Wyre

North Wales Tidal Energy Henry Dixon Chairman North Wales Tidal Energy

ITPEnergised Gino Bawn Senior Engineer ITPEnergised

British Hydropower Association Simon Hamlyn Chief Executive Officer and Board member British Hydropower Association

French Panel Discussion 2 - Making tidal power commercial
  • Hear the panel’s opinion on where tidal power sits as part of a wider energy mix and whether the government can justify the costs
  • Discuss whether France could take over as the leading tidal player in Europe - being able to utilise EU funding and build off UK’s expertise
  • What is the significance of Macron’s government? Review what the industry must do to support the development of new tidal tenders from the French government

ADNormandie Amandine Volard Sectorial project manager - Blue Economy and Energy Normandy Development Agency (ADNormandie)

OpenHydro Patrick Gougeon CEO OpenHydro

INNOSEA Vincent Cliquet Project Manager INNOSEA

Bureau Veritas Olivier Benyessaad Offshore Business Development Manager Bureau Veritas

EDF Energies Nouvelles Alan Guilhembaque Project Manager EDF Energies Nouvelles

France Energies Marines Jean-François Filipot R&D Program Manager France Energies Marines

seeneoh Vincent LaroquePresident, President SEENEOH

Environment, turbines and engineering design to optimize tidal range and lagoons
  • Environmental consent - review the challenges and solutions in getting a marine licence
  • Assess the latest feasibility case studies to ensure optimised performance
  • Review how the latest turbine technology can reduce cost and minimise risk

Environment Agency Ross Lowrie Environment & Business - Senior Advisor (Renewables) Environment Agency

TIDETEC Joachim Amland M.Sc Chief Technology Officer Tidetec AS

British Hydropower Association Simon Hamlyn Chief Executive Officer and Board member British Hydropower Association

Mott MacDonald Limited Mike McWilliams Group Head of Hydropower Mott MacDonald Limited

LUNCH
AFTER LUNCH-COFFEE
The Big Reliability Workshop by DNV GL
  • This workshop will provide an overview of the significant commercial challenges faced by the tidal industry as it scales up to arrays that are the result of inherent reliability issues of tidal and the associated costs for unplanned maintenance and repair.
  • An overview of currently available approaches to improve quality and reliability and reduce uncertainties will be presented along with their benefits and shortcomings.
  • An exciting innovative approach to reliability improvement by using a new simulation concept will be demonstrated that directly addresses the problems faced by the industry in terms of lack of data and uncertainties in loads and environment.

DNV GL Speaker TBA DNV

COFFEE - END OF DAY 1
Track 1: Risk, Reliability and Optimisation
Track 2: Reducing costs around marine operations
De-Risking through certification
  • Get an update on certification definitions to de-risking your project
  • Improve quality and reliability to reduce uncertainties which will be presented along with their benefits and shortcoming
  • Elements of the risk-based certification

DNV GL Claudio Bittencourt Ferreira Business Development Director - Wave and Tidal Renewable Certification DNV GL

Marine operations case study
  • Review real life installation experiences and the lessons learned therein
  • Review the risk and cost reduction potential of different installation technologies and strategies
  • Understanding the implications, therein, for long term O&M strategies for commercial scale tidal array

Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd Vicky Coy Project Manager ORE Catapult

Lessons learned in bridging the R&D gap in the tidal sector
  • The tidal sector has developed tremendously over the last 15 years, as evidenced by several utility-grade projects that have been recently deployed in the UK and Canada.
  • In working with many tidal sector technology developers over the last number of years, DSA has learned many valuable lessons as it has helped these developers to engineer their technologies to handle the harsh marine environment.
  • This presentation will discuss the ocean engineering and technology development lessons DSA has learned. It aims to help new tidal developers reduce rework and help established companies accelerate their current trajectories.

Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd Dean Steinke, PEng MASc Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd

Subsea Cables- Risk reduction through advanced engineering and long term reliability
  • Assess commercial and technical challenges faced by marine cabling systems
  • Understand how advanced engineering approaches can reduce through life cost
  • Review the latest development to connecting arrays
Transferring Learnings from Practical Asset Management
  • Don’t lose it, use it : Data from day 1
  • Planning for later life before installation
  • Efficient methods of information sharing to avoid common pitfalls

Xodus Group Liz Foubister Director, Alternative Energy Xodus Group

Panel: Develop your strategy for operations and maintenance (O&M) and asset management (AM)
  • With assets in the water - review the strategies in place for cost-effective O&M and AM
  • Gain perspectives from engineering, environmental and vessel suppliers on how to execute reliable operations
  • Assess the problems from grid-connected projects and lessons learnt moving forward into 2018

Xodus Group Liz Foubister Director, Alternative Energy Xodus Group

END OF DAY - NETWORKING DRINKS
Download the 2017 Brochure

DAY 2, 15th November 2017

Track 1: Project updates from leading tidal stream players
Track 2: Floating wind, energy storage and finance
Wales’ Growing Tidal Stream Industry - Morlais, Pembrokeshire Wave Demonstration Zone, Minesto & more
  • Wales is leading the tidal stream industry - get an update on all the latest projects in the region
  • Evaluate the plans to develop array project in the region
  • Assess the latest initiatives from the Welsh government to ensure projects are funded

Eversheds Charles Reynard Partner Eversheds

Minesto Martin Edlund CEO Minesto

Instream Joe Hussey Instream Energy Systems

Morlais Gerallt Llewelyn Jones MD Morlais

Energy storage linked with tidal power
  • Review how energy storage can be used to optimize electricity production from tidal power
  • Assess the opportunities for going off/grid or working in remote locations
  • Evaluate the latest feasibility studies and time simulations to develop commercial models linked with tidal energy

Gravitricity Charlie Blair Managing Director Gravitricity Ltd

Water Wall Turbine Inc Marek Sredzki CEO Water Wall Turbine Inc

Water Wall Turbine Inc Oliver Wragg Commercial Director EMEC

Magallanes case study – driving cost reduction
  • Review the progress from Magallanes’ full scale grid connected prototype
  • Assess the benefits of the floating system to deliver cost-effective power
  • Review the timelines for 2018 and beyond as Magallanes describes lessons learnt and insights in developing a robust O&M philosophy

Scotrenewables Alejandro Marques de Magallanes CEO Magallanes Renovables

Scotland's leading tidal case studies - Scotrenewables, Magallanes, SME & Nova Innovation
  • Review how Scotrenewables’ project has worked with success since its deployment at EMEC to deliver extremely cost-effective electricity
  • Find out how Nova Innovation successfully deployed the world’s first offshore tidal array
    • Gain an update on SME’s PLAT-O , a moored buoyant platform that is positioned mid-water column
  • Q&A debate - is floating the way forward for tidal now?

Scotrenewables Andrew Scott CEO Scotrenewables

Sustainable Marine Energy Jason Hayman Managing Director Sustainable Marine Energy

Nova Innovation Ltd Gavin McPherson Head Of Policy and Research Nova Innovation Ltd

Magallanes Renovables Alejandro Marques de Magallanes CEO Magallanes Renovables

Finance Panel- setting up a robust due diligence process
  • Review the lessons learnt for project financing
  • Hear from green investors on the requirements for receiving funding beyond technical due diligence
  • Bridge the gap from innovation to deployment to deliver bankable projects

Green Giraffe Clement Weber Director Green Giraffe

DejaBlue Andrew Smith Consultant Deja Blue Consulting

Abundance Louise Wilson Founder & Joint Managing Director Abundance

The urgent industry need to upscale
  • Details coming soon.

Peter Fraenkel Director Fraenkel-Wright Ltd

North America’s booming tidal stream industry
  • Get an update of Canada’s latest initiatives at FORCE to deliver the Tidal sector into commercial fruition
  • Get an overview of their projects’ timelines to discuss when commercial deployment will occur
  • Overlook the logistical process to managing multiple contractors to ensure compliance and efficiency

SCHOTTEL HYDRO Ralf Starzmann Sales Director SCHOTTEL HYDRO

Water Wall Turbine Inc Marek Sredzki CEO Water Wall Turbine Inc

hydrokinetic Walter Schurtenberger Director Hydrokinetic Energy Corp

Nova Scotia Department of Energy Keith Collins Executive Director of Sustainable & Renewable Energy Nova Scotia Department of Energy

LUNCH
Plenary Afternoon - UK and Asia Pac session
Building a tidal-stream power generation industry in Indonesia
  • Hear how Project Developer SBS and its selected tidal turbine OEM, Atlantis Resources Ltd will work together through a PSA to develop the Nautilus 150MW tidal stream facility in Indonesia.
  • Assess the proposed Phased, 3 to 7-year development to construct the initial US$450 million facility.
  • Examine how the Indonesian archipelago of over 17,500 islands possesses validated tidal-stream resources which will hugely benefit local communities and employment from the development of multiple tidal-stream facilities.
  • Review the early and recent feasibility study reports and the 30-year power purchase agreement terms and conditions with State-owned Electricity company, PT. Perusahaan Listrik Negara (“PLN”) to develop tidal’s business case in Indonesia.

Sustainable Marine Energy Michael J. Spencer Group Chairmain and CEO SBS INTL LTD

Marine Professor Rokhmin Dahuri Advisor to the Indonesian Government Former Indonesian Government Minister of Marine Affairs & Fisheries

Atlantis Resources Tim Cornelius CEO Atlantis Resources

Q&A Panel: The UK market - review the strategy for main players in 2018
  • Discuss the fate for tidal power in the UK and any possibilities for a new CfD scheme
  • Is competing with Offshore Wind a viable option?
  • If the UK market is not friendly, what are the options for going abroad?
  • Discuss how the industry can move from a ‘Technology Readiness Level’ to a ‘Commercial Readiness Level’ - what does this mean?

Sustainable Marine Energy Christoph Harwood Commercial Director Sustainable Marine Energy

OpenHydro Sue Barr External Affairs Manager OpenHydro

Scotrenewables Andrew Scott CEO Scotrenewables

Atlantis Resources Limited Cameron Smith Director - Project Development Atlantis Resources Limited

DP Energy Simon De Pietro CEO DP Energy

Developments in Asia - Assess the opportunities for tidal stream and tidal bridge
  • Review small scale projects executed in 2016 and the benefits they provided to community level clients
  • Get an update on the latest happening in Korea, Japan, Phillipines and Indonesia as well as government initiatives
  • Tidal Bridge- a new concept. What does this mean for the industry?

Aquatera Gareth Davies Managing Director Aquatera

TTC Niels Lange MD SCHOTTEL HYDRO

SBS INTL LTD Michael J. Spencer Group Chairman & CEO SBS INTL LTD

ITES is sharing the conference room with Offshore Wind Europe - with Floating Wind to take the spotlight on Day 2
Carbon-Trust
Statoil
IDEOL
Green-Giraffe
Foundation Innovation: Introduction & Scene Setting

The Carbon Trust Rhodri James Manager of Policy & Innovation The Carbon Trust

The Carbon Trust Michael Stephenson Offshore Wind Associate The Carbon Trust

Lessons learned from the world’s first floating wind farm

Statoil Bjorn Ivar Bergemo Area Manager Tower, Substructure, Anchoring Systems - Hywind Scotland Statoil

Concrete floating foundations

IDEOL Bruno Geschier Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, IDEOL & Chairman, WindEurope Floating Task Force

Turbine OEM perspective on the challenges for commercialising new foundation designs

Senvion Ranjit Mene Head of UK Offshore Senvion

Financiers perspective on the challenges for commercialising new foundation designs

Green Giraffe Clément Weber Director Green Giraffe

END OF DAY
Download the 2017 Brochure

DAY 1, 14th November 2017

Keynotes
The need for a diversified energy mix - the role tidal power could play

Committee on Climate Change The Rt Hon. Lord Deben Chairman Committee on Climate Change

Indonesia’s Government vision for developing tidal power

Professor Rokhmin Dahuri Advisor to the Indonesian Government Former Indonesian Government Minister of Marine Affairs & Fisheries

The status of the tidal stream industry globally - building a platform for accelerated growth
  • Gain a market update from an industry leader and hear why the development of tidal projects is set to power ahead in 2018
  • Making tidal power commercial - review the progress of OpenHydro’s portfolio
  • Vision for 2018 and onwards: Hear what will be normal business practice for developers and what new sales opportunities will be available for OEM

OpenHydro Patrick Gougeon CEO OpenHydro

Update from the Canadian government
  • Gain insight on how the Government plans to maintain momentum for research and investment so that the sector continues to grow and who will take responsibility
  • Assess how Canada will develop a commercial industry through its unique feed-in-tariff
  • Evaluate where future opportunities may lie for developers and turbine manufacturers.

Nova Scotia Department of Energy Keith Collins Executive Director of Sustainable & Renewable Energy Nova Scotia Department of Energy

COFFEE BREAK - LUNCH
Track 1: France’s Developing Tidal Stream Sector
Track 2: The future for tidal lagoons and tidal range
French Panel Discussion 1 - Updates from French industry players
  • Assess the progress of early stage prototypes being developed and tested in France
  • Discuss the strategy for permitting agreements, standards, environmental regulation & grid connection to ensure the deployment of prototype
  • Review the future timelines for existing projects including the potential to upscale
Making an industry - review the objectives of leading developers in tidal lagoons and tidal range
  • Review from case studies the potential pipeline of projects from UK and international developers
  • Assess the vision for cost-effective power generation and what this represents value to the consumer
  • Post Hendry Review- discuss the priorities for developers in getting environment consent, construction and turbine section

Atlantis Resources Tim Cornelius CEO Atlantis Resources

Natural Energy Wyre Bob Long MD Natural Energy Wyre

North Wales Tidal Energy Henry Dixon Chairman North Wales Tidal Energy

ITPEnergised Gino Bawn Senior Engineer ITPEnergised

British Hydropower Association Simon Hamlyn Chief Executive Officer and Board member British Hydropower Association

French Panel Discussion 2 - Making tidal power commercial
  • Hear the panel’s opinion on where tidal power sits as part of a wider energy mix and whether the government can justify the costs
  • Discuss whether France could take over as the leading tidal player in Europe - being able to utilise EU funding and build off UK’s expertise
  • What is the significance of Macron’s government? Review what the industry must do to support the development of new tidal tenders from the French government

ADNormandie Amandine Volard Sectorial project manager - Blue Economy and Energy Normandy Development Agency (ADNormandie)

OpenHydro Patrick Gougeon CEO OpenHydro

INNOSEA Vincent Cliquet Project Manager INNOSEA

Bureau Veritas Olivier Benyessaad Offshore Business Development Manager Bureau Veritas

EDF Energies Nouvelles Alan Guilhembaque Project Manager EDF Energies Nouvelles

France Energies Marines Jean-François Filipot R&D Program Manager France Energies Marines

seeneoh Vincent LaroquePresident, President SEENEOH

Environment, turbines and engineering design to optimize tidal range and lagoons
  • Environmental consent - review the challenges and solutions in getting a marine licence
  • Assess the latest feasibility case studies to ensure optimised performance
  • Review how the latest turbine technology can reduce cost and minimise risk

Environment Agency Ross Lowrie Environment & Business - Senior Advisor (Renewables) Environment Agency

TIDETEC Joachim Amland M.Sc Chief Technology Officer Tidetec AS

British Hydropower Association Simon Hamlyn Chief Executive Officer and Board member British Hydropower Association

Mott MacDonald Limited Mike McWilliams Group Head of Hydropower Mott MacDonald Limited

LUNCH
AFTER LUNCH-COFFEE
The Big Reliability Workshop by DNV GL
  • This workshop will provide an overview of the significant commercial challenges faced by the tidal industry as it scales up to arrays that are the result of inherent reliability issues of tidal and the associated costs for unplanned maintenance and repair.
  • An overview of currently available approaches to improve quality and reliability and reduce uncertainties will be presented along with their benefits and shortcomings.
  • An exciting innovative approach to reliability improvement by using a new simulation concept will be demonstrated that directly addresses the problems faced by the industry in terms of lack of data and uncertainties in loads and environment.

DNV GL Speaker TBA DNV

COFFEE - END OF DAY 1
Track 1: Risk, Reliability and Optimisation
Track 2: Reducing costs around marine operations
De-Risking through certification
  • Get an update on certification definitions to de-risking your project
  • Improve quality and reliability to reduce uncertainties which will be presented along with their benefits and shortcoming
  • Elements of the risk-based certification

DNV GL Claudio Bittencourt Ferreira Business Development Director - Wave and Tidal Renewable Certification DNV GL

Marine operations case study
  • Review real life installation experiences and the lessons learned therein
  • Review the risk and cost reduction potential of different installation technologies and strategies
  • Understanding the implications, therein, for long term O&M strategies for commercial scale tidal array

Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd Vicky Coy Project Manager ORE Catapult

Lessons learned in bridging the R&D gap in the tidal sector
  • The tidal sector has developed tremendously over the last 15 years, as evidenced by several utility-grade projects that have been recently deployed in the UK and Canada.
  • In working with many tidal sector technology developers over the last number of years, DSA has learned many valuable lessons as it has helped these developers to engineer their technologies to handle the harsh marine environment.
  • This presentation will discuss the ocean engineering and technology development lessons DSA has learned. It aims to help new tidal developers reduce rework and help established companies accelerate their current trajectories.

Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd Dean Steinke, PEng MASc Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd

Subsea Cables- Risk reduction through advanced engineering and long term reliability
  • Assess commercial and technical challenges faced by marine cabling systems
  • Understand how advanced engineering approaches can reduce through life cost
  • Review the latest development to connecting arrays
Transferring Learnings from Practical Asset Management
  • Don’t lose it, use it : Data from day 1
  • Planning for later life before installation
  • Efficient methods of information sharing to avoid common pitfalls

Xodus Group Liz Foubister Director, Alternative Energy Xodus Group

Panel: Develop your strategy for operations and maintenance (O&M) and asset management (AM)
  • With assets in the water - review the strategies in place for cost-effective O&M and AM
  • Gain perspectives from engineering, environmental and vessel suppliers on how to execute reliable operations
  • Assess the problems from grid-connected projects and lessons learnt moving forward into 2018

Xodus Group Liz Foubister Director, Alternative Energy Xodus Group

END OF DAY - NETWORKING DRINKS
Download the 2017 Brochure

DAY 2, 15th November 2017

Track 1: Project updates from leading tidal stream players
Track 2: Floating wind, energy storage and finance
Wales’ Growing Tidal Stream Industry - Morlais, Pembrokeshire Wave Demonstration Zone, Minesto & more
  • Wales is leading the tidal stream industry - get an update on all the latest projects in the region
  • Evaluate the plans to develop array project in the region
  • Assess the latest initiatives from the Welsh government to ensure projects are funded

Eversheds Charles Reynard Partner Eversheds

Minesto Martin Edlund CEO Minesto

Instream Joe Hussey Instream Energy Systems

Morlais Gerallt Llewelyn Jones MD Morlais

Energy storage linked with tidal power
  • Review how energy storage can be used to optimize electricity production from tidal power
  • Assess the opportunities for going off/grid or working in remote locations
  • Evaluate the latest feasibility studies and time simulations to develop commercial models linked with tidal energy

Gravitricity Charlie Blair Managing Director Gravitricity Ltd

Water Wall Turbine Inc Marek Sredzki CEO Water Wall Turbine Inc

Water Wall Turbine Inc Oliver Wragg Commercial Director EMEC

Magallanes case study – driving cost reduction
  • Review the progress from Magallanes’ full scale grid connected prototype
  • Assess the benefits of the floating system to deliver cost-effective power
  • Review the timelines for 2018 and beyond as Magallanes describes lessons learnt and insights in developing a robust O&M philosophy

Scotrenewables Alejandro Marques de Magallanes CEO Magallanes Renovables

Scotland's leading tidal case studies - Scotrenewables, Magallanes, SME & Nova Innovation
  • Review how Scotrenewables’ project has worked with success since its deployment at EMEC to deliver extremely cost-effective electricity
  • Find out how Nova Innovation successfully deployed the world’s first offshore tidal array
    • Gain an update on SME’s PLAT-O , a moored buoyant platform that is positioned mid-water column
  • Q&A debate - is floating the way forward for tidal now?

Scotrenewables Andrew Scott CEO Scotrenewables

Sustainable Marine Energy Jason Hayman Managing Director Sustainable Marine Energy

Nova Innovation Ltd Gavin McPherson Head Of Policy and Research Nova Innovation Ltd

Magallanes Renovables Alejandro Marques de Magallanes CEO Magallanes Renovables

Finance Panel- setting up a robust due diligence process
  • Review the lessons learnt for project financing
  • Hear from green investors on the requirements for receiving funding beyond technical due diligence
  • Bridge the gap from innovation to deployment to deliver bankable projects

Green Giraffe Clement Weber Director Green Giraffe

DejaBlue Andrew Smith Consultant Deja Blue Consulting

Abundance Louise Wilson Founder & Joint Managing Director Abundance

The urgent industry need to upscale
  • Details coming soon.

Peter Fraenkel Director Fraenkel-Wright Ltd

North America’s booming tidal stream industry
  • Get an update of Canada’s latest initiatives at FORCE to deliver the Tidal sector into commercial fruition
  • Get an overview of their projects’ timelines to discuss when commercial deployment will occur
  • Overlook the logistical process to managing multiple contractors to ensure compliance and efficiency

SCHOTTEL HYDRO Ralf Starzmann Sales Director SCHOTTEL HYDRO

Water Wall Turbine Inc Marek Sredzki CEO Water Wall Turbine Inc

hydrokinetic Walter Schurtenberger Director Hydrokinetic Energy Corp

Nova Scotia Department of Energy Keith Collins Executive Director of Sustainable & Renewable Energy Nova Scotia Department of Energy

LUNCH
Plenary Afternoon - UK and Asia Pac session
Building a tidal-stream power generation industry in Indonesia
  • Hear how Project Developer SBS and its selected tidal turbine OEM, Atlantis Resources Ltd will work together through a PSA to develop the Nautilus 150MW tidal stream facility in Indonesia.
  • Assess the proposed Phased, 3 to 7-year development to construct the initial US$450 million facility.
  • Examine how the Indonesian archipelago of over 17,500 islands possesses validated tidal-stream resources which will hugely benefit local communities and employment from the development of multiple tidal-stream facilities.
  • Review the early and recent feasibility study reports and the 30-year power purchase agreement terms and conditions with State-owned Electricity company, PT. Perusahaan Listrik Negara (“PLN”) to develop tidal’s business case in Indonesia.

Sustainable Marine Energy Michael J. Spencer Group Chairmain and CEO SBS INTL LTD

Marine Professor Rokhmin Dahuri Advisor to the Indonesian Government Former Indonesian Government Minister of Marine Affairs & Fisheries

Atlantis Resources Tim Cornelius CEO Atlantis Resources

Q&A Panel: The UK market - review the strategy for main players in 2018
  • Discuss the fate for tidal power in the UK and any possibilities for a new CfD scheme
  • Is competing with Offshore Wind a viable option?
  • If the UK market is not friendly, what are the options for going abroad?
  • Discuss how the industry can move from a ‘Technology Readiness Level’ to a ‘Commercial Readiness Level’ - what does this mean?

Sustainable Marine Energy Christoph Harwood Commercial Director Sustainable Marine Energy

OpenHydro Sue Barr External Affairs Manager OpenHydro

Scotrenewables Andrew Scott CEO Scotrenewables

Atlantis Resources Limited Cameron Smith Director - Project Development Atlantis Resources Limited

DP Energy Simon De Pietro CEO DP Energy

Developments in Asia - Assess the opportunities for tidal stream and tidal bridge
  • Review small scale projects executed in 2016 and the benefits they provided to community level clients
  • Get an update on the latest happening in Korea, Japan, Phillipines and Indonesia as well as government initiatives
  • Tidal Bridge- a new concept. What does this mean for the industry?

Aquatera Gareth Davies Managing Director Aquatera

TTC Niels Lange MD SCHOTTEL HYDRO

SBS INTL LTD Michael J. Spencer Group Chairman & CEO SBS INTL LTD

ITES is sharing the conference room with Offshore Wind Europe - with Floating Wind to take the spotlight on Day 2
Carbon-Trust
Statoil
IDEOL
Green-Giraffe
Foundation Innovation: Introduction & Scene Setting

The Carbon Trust Rhodri James Manager of Policy & Innovation The Carbon Trust

The Carbon Trust Michael Stephenson Offshore Wind Associate The Carbon Trust

Lessons learned from the world’s first floating wind farm

Statoil Bjorn Ivar Bergemo Area Manager Tower, Substructure, Anchoring Systems - Hywind Scotland Statoil

Concrete floating foundations

IDEOL Bruno Geschier Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, IDEOL & Chairman, WindEurope Floating Task Force

Turbine OEM perspective on the challenges for commercialising new foundation designs

Senvion Ranjit Mene Head of UK Offshore Senvion

Financiers perspective on the challenges for commercialising new foundation designs

Green Giraffe Clément Weber Director Green Giraffe

END OF DAY
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Silver Sponsors

  • dnv gl
  • DSA
  • magallenes

Bronze Sponsor

  • xodus

Sponsors

  • SCHOTTEL HYDRO
  • SKF
  • VescoPlastics

Supporting Associations

  • BHA
  • renewableuk
  • Marine Energy Pembrokshire

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  • greenjournal
  • TEIT
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