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Ocean Energy Europe 2020 – Jour 3

3 décembre 2020 / 8 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min

Le programme de la conférence de cette année examine comment les technologies innovantes de l’énergie océanique peuvent conduire la transition énergétique verte vers un avenir neutre en carbone.

Les impacts de la crise climatique et de la pandémie de coronavirus soulignent l’importance d’investir dans des industries robustes et résistantes aux chocs. La reprise économique mondiale a besoin de nouveaux secteurs durables pour stimuler l’activité industrielle et créer des emplois.

C’est le moment opportun pour montrer que les technologies d’énergie océanique indigènes, infinies et décentralisées sont bien adaptées à cette réalité économique et environnementale. Le programme OEE2020 démontrera également que la chaîne d’approvisionnement étendue et le potentiel d’exportation massif de l’énergie océanique offrent de réels avantages économiques parallèlement à ses références en matière d’énergie verte.


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| Side Event


This side event will provide an update on the 9 projects funded under the Co-funded Joint Call 2017 and announce 3 new projects funded under the Second Joint Call 2019.


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ETIP Ocean Workshop

| Side Event

ETIP Ocean Workshop

This workshop features best practices and lessons learnt in specific R&I topics for ocean energy development. Three parallel Breakout Sessions will give you the opportunity to share experiences in your area of expertise and identify common research interests – and perhaps find your next R&I project partners! The Breakout Sessions focus on wave energy, tidal stream and tech-neutral reliability.


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Mark Drakeford - First Minister of Wales

| Keynote

Mark Drakeford – First Minister of Wales

Mark was born and brought up in west Wales before moving to Cardiff more than 30 years ago. Since then he has lived in the Pontcanna area of Cardiff. A former probation officer, youth justice worker and Barnardos project leader in Ely and Caerau, he has been a professor of Social Policy and Applied Social Sciences at Cardiff University. Mark has also taught previously at Swansea University.

In the 1980s and 1990s Mark was a Labour Councillor on South Glamorgan County Council, specialising in education issues, including Welsh medium education. Between 2000 and 2010 he worked as the Cabinet’s health and social policy adviser at the Welsh Government, and was latterly head of the First Minister’s political office. He has a 30 year knowledge of the Cardiff West constituency.

Mark became the Member of the Senedd for Cardiff West in May 2011. He was Chair of the Assembly’s Health and Social Care Committee from July 2011 – March 2013 and of the All-Wales Programme Monitoring Committee for European funds from July 2011 – March 2013. He was appointed Minister for Health and Social Services in March 2013. He was appointed Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government in May 2016. Mark was appointed Cabinet Secretary for Finance on 3 November 2017. On 12 December 2018 Mark was appointed First Minister of Wales and became a member of the Privy Council on 13 February 2019.


Size matters? Lessons from scaling up

Size matters? Lessons from scaling up

Moving from a sub-scale to full-scale device is more complex than simply increasing the size; the physical and technical implications need to be carefully considered and assessed. In this session, you will hear concrete examples of lessons learned from scaling up ocean energy devices.


Chair: Fiona Buckley
Senior Expert and Project Manager | ENGIE

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  • Christopher RidgewellCEO | AW-Energy
  • Tony LewisCTO | Ocean Energy Ltd
  • Craig LoveEngineering Manager | ANDRITZ Hydro Hammerfest
  • Martin EdlundCEO | Minesto
Wales Looking Forward

| Networking Forum

Wales Looking Forward

Wales is a world class location for marine energy. We have a marine resource suitable for both wave and tidal stream generation with access to a wide range of partners across academia, innovation, plus specialist supply chain in close proximity to a customer base.


This session will provide a compelling overview of how policy has stimulated the sector to develop innovative technology with the assistance of targeted support. Also, how the supply chain has worked in tandem with developers to deliver products and services to stimulate a new sector across Wales.



Mark Drakeford MS – First Minister of Wales

Chair: Martin Murphy – CEO, Marine Energy Wales

Helen Donovan – Senior Industrial Transformation Manager, Welsh Government


From the drawing board to real sea testing - engineering wave PTOs

From the drawing board to real sea testing – engineering wave PTOs

Power Take-Off systems are the most crucial components of wave energy converters. This session presents five different PTO designs and compares technology developers’ experiences with real-sea testing and scale-ups.


Chair: Tim Hurst
Managing Director | Wave Energy Scotland

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  • Simon GreyCEO | AWS
  • Graham FosterCTO | Marine Power Systems
  • Ruth BloomCEO | Crestwing
  • Christopher RetzlerCTO | Mocean
Catherine Chabaud - Member of the European Parliament

| Keynote

Catherine Chabaud – Member of the European Parliament

Catherine Chabaud is a French journalist and politician who was elected as a Member of the European Parliament in 2019.


In 1997 Chabaud became the first woman to sail solo and non-stop around the world. She is the only female to have skippered the winning entry on corrected time in the Fastnet Race, doing so in 1999.


Since becoming a Member of the European Parliament, Chabaud has been serving on the Committee on Development. In addition to her committee assignments, she is part of the European Parliament Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas[6] and the MEPs Against Cancer group.

Ocean energy: Growing in harmony with marine life

Ocean energy: Growing in harmony with marine life

Ocean energy helps to protect oceans by fighting against climate change, but its development must not disturb marine wildlife. A growing body of evidence shows that ocean energy has low environmental impact and can even have a positive impact on marine flora and fauna. This session will present the latest research on environmental impacts and discuss the wider ecological importance of ocean energy.


Chair: Felix Leinemann
Head of Unit | European Commission


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3 décembre 2020
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8 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
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