- SG UKCMER
- SG Phase 2
- WS1: Numerical and Physical Convergence
- WS2: Optimisation
- WS3: Combined Wave and Tidal Effects
- WS4: Arrays, Wakes and Near Field Effects
- WS5: Power Take-Off and Conditioning
- WS6: Moorings and Positioning
- WS7: Advanced Control
- WS8: Reliability
- WS9: Economic Analysis
- WS10: Ecological Consequences
- WS11: Doctoral Training Programme
- WS12: Dissemination of Results
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- WP1: Resource and Interactions
- WP2: Evaluation and Optimisation
- WP3: Engineering Guidance
- WP4: Offshore Energy Conversion
- WP5: Chemical Conversion
- WP6: Network Interaction
- WP7: Lifetime Economics
- WP8: Moorings and Foundations
- WP9: Novel Control Systems
- WP10: Full-scale Field Validation
- WP11: Testing of Tidal Devices
- WP12: Economic, Environmental and Social Impact
- WP13: Dissemination and Outreach
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Wednesday, 27 November, 2013 - Thursday, 28 November, 2013
The University of Edinburgh
The SuperGen UK Centre for Marine Energy Research (UKCMER) is nearing the end of its second year of operation and you are invited to participate in its second Annual Assembly. It is being held at The University of Edinburgh, in conjunction with the pre-commercial preview of the FloWave Energy Research Facility.
FLOWAVE PRE-COMMERCIAL PREVIEW AND RECEPTION
4.00-7.00pm; Wednesday 27th November 2013; The King’s Buildings, Edinburgh
SUPERGEN UKCMER ANNUAL ASSEMBLY
8.30-5.00pm; Thursday 28th November 2013; South Hall Complex, Edinburgh
In the late afternoon and evening of Wednesday 27th November, participants in the Assembly will be able to visit the FloWave circular current and wave test tank, and subsequently network with consortium members, partners and sector-wide colleagues at a drinks reception at the facility.
SuperGen UKCMER are proud to announce that all nine SuperGen Marine Grand Challenge projects have now commenced. The SuperGen Marine Grand Challenge projects were funded in response to two £3 million calls investing in marine energy research for today's most pressing issues, as well as addressing challenges associated with meeting marine energy's 2050 targets.
Details of all the Grand Challenge projects are now available on the UKCMER website. You can access them directly using the links under the "SG UKCMER" drop down menu at the top of the page. The SuperGen UKCMER description page has also been updated to include links to the projects. You can access the page via the following link:
Finally, we would like to inform you that the OES International Vision for Ocean Energy, which is listed on our website, recieved an update in October 2012. Accordingly, we have updated our own links and to download the current document please go to the Reports page.
The presentations and posters from the first SuperGen UKCMER Annual Assembly, held in October 2012, have been made available for download. The assembly was hosted at The University of Plymouth for the first time in order to coincide with the opening of the new COaST (Coastal, Ocean and Sediment Transport) laboratory.
Please click here for the day's programme with links to the presentations.
Please click here for links to the posters.
Wednesday, 27 February, 2013 - Thursday, 28 February, 2013
QEII Centre, London, UK
Celebrating its 10th year and now a two day event, the industry’s premier annual wave and tidal event will gather over 500 industry professionals and 50 exhibiting companies to Westminster’s QEII Conference Centre.
The UK is currently the global leader in marine energy with more wave and tidal stream devices installed than the rest of the world combined. Do not miss your opportunity to join the debate on key issues, innovation and best practice. The conference programme will focus on many key areas including:
- Attracting finance
- Cost reduction strategies
- Political support issues
- Technical challenges
- Grid availability
For more details please click the following link to the RenewableUK conference website: