26/11/2020 – energiesdelamer.eu. J-5 – Ocean Energy Europe 2020 – Webinar – Scottish Minister Paul Wheelhouse confirmed for OEE2020. This year’s conference programme looks at how innovative ocean energy technologies can drive the green energy transition towards a carbon-neutral future.

Ocean Energy Europe’s CEO
Rémi Gruet said: ‘Home to the first tidal farms in the world, Scotland’s visionary early support for ocean energy and resulting industrial development will be showcased at OEE2020. Today, the home industry is flourishing, and developers from all over Europe are putting their technology in Scottish waters.’ Scottish Minister for Energy, Connectivity and the IslandsPaul Wheelhouse, will deliver a keynote address at OEE2020 on Tuesday 2 December at 12:00 CET and participate in a spotlight interview on Friday 4 December at 10:30 CET.

Team Scotland supports OEE as Gold sponsor

Scotland has been one of the earliest champions of ocean energy, with many of today’s most successful ocean energy companies calling Scotland home. The Wave Energy Scotland (WES) programme alone has invested more than £41.6 million in more than 95 projects to date. Scotland plays host to the world’s leading wave and tidal test centre, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney; the world’s first commercial scale and largest tidal stream array; the world’s first community tidal stream array and the world’s most powerful tidal stream turbine.

Wednesday 2 December 11:30 am – 11:50 am Keynote and Interview

The Wave Energy Normandy programme. Hervé Morin – President of Normandy and Hubert Dejean de La Batie, Vice-President. Normandy Prefecture approves transfer of 12MW tidal power development lease from Engie to Normandie Hydroliennes.

SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited (“Atlantis”) is pleased to announce that the Prefecture de la Manche has approved the transfer of the lease to develop a 12MW tidal power project in Raz Blanchard from ENGIE to Normandie Hydroliennes. Normandie Hydroliennes is the marine energy development company set up between Atlantis, the Development Agency for Normandy (AD Normandie), the regional agency for economic development in Normandy, the regional investment fund Normandie Participations and local industrial group EFINOR,  which provides high end engineering services and manufacturing support for the naval, nuclear, and aerospace industries.

Networking Forum | Wednesday 2 December, 12:00 – 13:00 – With great natural resource, and a supportive infrastructure, Scotland is a beacon for ocean energy development and demonstration. Join the dedicated networking forum to find out more

OEE2020 Day 4 Spotlight Interview
Friday 4 December, 10:30 CET  – Basque Minister of Economic Development, Sustainability and the EnvironmentArantxa Tapia will join Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse to exchange on their territories’ ocean energy experiences.

They’ll discuss the technology’s potential and challenges, and will explore how people, companies and governments across the continent can work together to deliver an ocean energy-powered Europe.

OEE2020 Day 4 – Opportunities at home and abroad  4 December | Session Overview

Full Program



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