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Conference on Marine Renewable Energy

      5/20/2002

Conference on Marine Renewable Energy

Two day international conference on Marine Renewable Energy, organized by the Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology, will be held on 11-12 September 2002 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. The aim of this second international conference is to evaluate the experiences to date and discuss current technologies of marine based renewable energy schemes. The technical scope will include power generation from offshore wind, waves, current and tidal schemes.

The conference will also look ahead to future technologies, in the medium to long term time frame, and identify some of the technical issues for future development of these renewable energy sources. It will also seek to evaluate the potential for exploitation of any other prospective renewable marine sources of energy. The main topics of the conference are:

  • Offshore wind energy
  • Wave power
  • Tidal power
  • The marine environment and resources
  • The current status of prototype or pilot installations
  • Innovative generation technologies
  • Energy control, transmission, storage and integration

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