ICOE-OEE 2022

Slashing consenting time to 12 months (or less)

As ocean energy is a relatively new sector, lack of details about the potential impact to marine environment leads to cautious approaches on risk assessment. This can slow down consenting and delay deployments. In this session, you will hear about the best practices already in place and recommendations on new approaches to accelerate consenting of ocean energy.

WEDNESDAY, 19 October 09:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Side room 2

Chair:
Ana Brito e Melo, Senior Advisor
WavEC Offshore Renewables (Portugal)

TBC
Recommendations for the use and development of tools and resources for marine energy consenting
Raeanne Miller, Senior Consultant
Aquatera (UK)

Feasibility of Embedding a Risk Based Approach in Marine Renewable Energy Consenting Processes
Ines Machado, Doctoral Fellow
University of Lisbon (Portugal)

TBC
Zoe Crutchfield, Head of Marine Scotland Licensing Operations Team
Marine Scotland (UK)

TBC
Vera Kissler, Policy Officer
DG ENER, European Commission (Belgium)

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