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Actualités>L'agenda / Evénements>International Conference on Ocean Energy
12 juin au 14 juin 2018
Lieu : Cherbourg, France
Site web : Official site here

International Conference on Ocean Energy

ICOE 2018 Submission of papers until November 30th, 2017

ICOE2018 sponsors

CALL FOR PAPERS - TOPICS AREAS

ICOE2018 aims at focusing on real experience from the ocean energy world and on synergies with other sectors.

Five priority topics have been identified and will feed the different stream and sessions for the whole conference. Depending on the assessment of your abstract, you might intervene in plenary, parallel session or poster presentation.

TECHNOLOGY AND CHALLENGES

• Developing engineering and integrated solutions to meet market needs
• Design of arrays and farms as effective powerplants
• How to avoid developers relearning via repeating mistakes
• Moorings and foundations; station-keeping for installations, operations and maintenance
• Solutions for interconnection: cabling, connections monitoring
• Cost reduction and reliability improvement through new materials
• Metals, composites, and design

ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS AND INVESTORS

• Leverages to increase investment
• Enabling wave and tidal energy
• Funding for small
• Scale developments
• Market development (Global experience of market design – what has worked and what has not, What issues have emerged, What market development is needed to level the playing field with matured renewables)

SILENT SPRINGS: addressing the natural and regulatory environments

• Resources versus reserves
• Making the best of the sites available
• Using Hydrodynamic modelling to estimate scope of impacts
• Choosing sites that help with LCOE reduction and ease of consenting
• New approaches by governments and regulators
• Lessons in Maritime planning, permitting and acceptability

OPERATING IN THE CRUEL SEA

• Operations & Maintenance experience
• Does higher CAPEX lead to reduced risk and OPEX?
• How do we achieve Certification and insurance
• Lessons from Europe and America

LET’S WORK TOGETHER!

• What skills do businesses need to work together?
• Share, Learn & Collaborate
• Knowledge Network platform
• Role of marine energy (integration, location, remote solutions)
• Experience from maturing ProjectsPlease note that you are very welcome to hand in a paper which is oriented towards a different topic, for which a dedicated session can be created.

For more information, please go on-line here.