4th Annual Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference

Monday, April 18, 2011

Wednesday April 27,  Industry Development Day there will be reports and discussion about current research on MHK advancement from Sandia National Laboratories,  National Renewable Energy Laboratory; and the Department of Energy. There will also be a workshop on Government Advocacy.

Thursday April 28 features industry updates from CEOs and keynotes from Paul O'Brien of Scottish Development International; Michael Bromwich, Director, BOEMRE; John Wellinghof, Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; and William Tayler, Director Shore Energy, Office of the Deputy Asst. Secretary of Navy (Energy).   The day concludes  with status reports  from the International Energy Agency Ocean Energy Systems Implementing Agreement updates from participating countries.

Friday April 29 features reports from MHK test centers that are up and running;  policy and planning acceleration; Updates on RD&D efforts in the US and abroad; as well more on what government agencies are doing to support the advancement of this industry.

There will be technical posters, exhibits, networking opportunities and the ability to meet and greet virtually all the players who are working to bring clean renewable ocean energy to power our cities, towns, homes and offices in an environmentally sound manner.
 

Source: Global Marine Renewable

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