SENER Promoting Innovation in Maritime Industry

press release
Tuesday, January 03, 2012

SENER assists the professional workshop to promote the culture of innovation in the maritime industry.

 

The workshop, held on 15 November in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, was part of the "Hispanic-Norwegian Maritime Technology and Renewable Energy Offshore Seminar and Meetings between Norwegian and Spanish companies" sponsored by the Canarian Society of Economic Development (PROEXCA) and Innovation Norway.
 

The workshop was organized by the Spanish Innovamar in order to promote the search for innovation opportunities, to encourage professionals to find answers to the increasing demands and expectations of the business, and promote, in this first edition, international cooperation with Norway, as one of major countries in Europe with further development and technological capabilities in the maritime industry. From SENER´s side, Juan Garcia de la Vega made a presentation on "Offshore Wind Farm. Operation and Maintenance. First Approach".


SENER has extensive experience in the shipbuilding industry in ship design and engineering for over 50 years. SENER is also developing solutions in other marine industry areas, such as the exploitation of marine and oceanic energy, by means of advanced technological innovations that bring added value. SENER has a strong commitment to innovation, as one of the values of its strategy as a company.
 

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