August 19, 2022 pilar
ICOE-OEE 2022

Offshore energy potential in the Atlantic Ocean


WEDNESDAY, 19 October 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Side event room 2

France Energies Marines, Tecnalia, University College Cork and EDP NEW have been contracted by the European Commission, Directorate General for Energy, to conduct a study investigating the offshore energy potential in the Atlantic Ocean.

The technical potential of offshore energy generation was analysed in the continental European parts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Republic of Ireland (topography, wind and wave availability, most suitable locations).

The consortium also looked at the need and potential to develop a meshed offshore grid in different parts of the Northern Atlantic Ocean, helping the Member States of the region to increase renewable power generation and meet their decarbonisation objectives in a more cost-effective way.

The study formulates recommendations for future offshore renewable energy projects including their technically exploitable potential and connection to the grid.

It integrates a set of technical and regulatory constraints as well as non-technical aspects and includes a set of policy recommendations to address implementation challenges and barriers.

During this side event we will present, the methodology and the deployment scenario, including ORE projects and grid options together with the recommendations that take into account non-technical challenges for each region.

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August 18, 2022 pilar
ICOE-OEE 2022

Flagships 2022 – the year when ocean energy happens

This session will present the most exciting projects, whether because of technology excellence, sheer size, macroeconomic benefits or new markets.

TUESDAY, 18 October 11:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. Plenary room

TBC
Chair
Jose Ignacio
Basque Energy Cluster (Spain) 

TBC
HIWAVE-5 and Beyond 
Patrik Möller, CEO
CorPower Ocean (Sweden) 

TBC
Guillaume Gréau, Commercial Director
Hydroquest (France)

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August 18, 2022 pilar
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PPI ENGINEERING

Stand: 40

PPI are experts in the design, manufacture, and support of bespoke electrical rotating machines for subsea and renewable applications. We supply solutions compliant with customer application requirements and specifications. Our support team are available for any onsite requirements.
Our experience list spans 15 years from support of R&D and feasibility projects for several marine energy operators, design and manufacture projects and power system design studies.
PPI is part of the API group which also includes API Engineering & API Capacitors

https://www.ppi-engineering.com/





August 17, 2022 pilar
ICOE-OEE 2022

EuropeWave


TUESDAY, 18 October 13:30 p.m. – 15:30 p.m. Side event room 1

EuropeWave is an innovative R&D programme for wave energy technology. It will combine over €22.5m of national, regional and EU funding to drive a competitive Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) programme for wave energy.

https://www.europewave.eu/

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August 17, 2022 pilar
ICOE-OEE 2022

Ocean Demo


TUESDAY, 18 October 16:00 p.m. – 18:00 p.m. Side event room 1

European test sites are pioneers of ocean energy deployment and are used to navigate the many challenges it entails. They have done what no one else did before, and in the process, they learned, adapted, and perfected their methods.

In this session, 4 European test sites from the Ocean DEMO and BlueGift projects will share their experience, the challenges they faced and the solutions they created. From consenting to decommissioning, you will hear real behind the scenes stories on what it takes to put ocean energy technologies in the water.

http://oceandemo.eu/

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August 5, 2022 pilar
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Research Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States

Mikaela Freeman


Mikaela Freeman is a Marine Science and Policy Analyst in the Coastal Sciences Division at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

She has a Masters degree in marine policy from the University of Washington in the US. She focuses on marine renewable energy development, particularly environmental effects and socio-economic impacts as well as identifying opportunities to power and co-locate marine renewable energy with offshore aquaculture.

Mikaela also works with stakeholders including regulators, researchers, developers, and communities to understand perceptions of marine renewable energy and to share knowledge and scientific information that supports consenting decisions.

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August 5, 2022 pilar
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CTO, Carnegie Clean Energy, Australia

Jonathan Fievez


Jonathan has a passion for sustainable technology and the power of the ocean. He’s combines these passions at Carnegie Clean Energy, leading the company and its European subsidiaries as CEO since 2018.

Earlier in his time at Carnegie, starting in 2008, he was the Chief Technology Officer and headed up the development of the CETO technology through several large-scale deployment projects in waters off Western Australia.

Prior to commencing at Carnegie, Jonathan led development of structural monitoring technology including crack detection systems utilised in Eurofighter, Eurocopter and A380 aircraft designs.

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