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PRIMRE

Portal and Repository for Information on Marine Renewable Energy

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PRIMRE provides broad access to information on engineering and technologies, resource characterization, device performance, and environmental effects of Marine Renewable Energy (MRE) projects. PRIMRE facilitates the commercial development of the MRE industry by increasing the accessibility and discoverability of this information, integrating the databases and information portals found on this site, and developing standards and guidelines. Providing consistent, easy access to information can help reduce duplication of effort and to enable the MRE community to build upon the successes of others to innovate and advance the adoption of MRE technologies.


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Upcoming Events

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Jun
15
Jun 15, 2021 - Jun 15, 2021
Online
The Tidal Stream Industry Energiser (TIGER) is hosting two supply chain webinars where project and technology developers from tidal stream sites across the Channel in France and the UK will share the details of their forthcoming development and procurement plans. Participants are encouraged to sign up to both events which will be streamed simultaneously in French and English.

Agenda: 1. TIGER introduction & event objectives: Teo van der Kammen, ORE Catapult 2. Ramsey Sound Project: Sue Barr, Cambrian Offshore SW 3. Yarmouth Harbour Tidal test site: Keith Murray, QED Naval

4. Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre (PTEC): Mark Francis/Rob Stevens & Matthew Storey, EMEC
Jun
16
Jun 16, 2021 - Jun 18, 2021
Gdynia Maritime University (Gdynia, Poland)
TransNav will focus on high-quality, scholarly research that addresses development, application, and implications in the field of maritime education and training (MET), nautical science, maritime safety management, maritime policy sciences, maritime industries, marine environment and energy technology. Its new area of interest relates to e-Navigation, maritime autonomous surface ships (MASS) and Offshore in general: Coast and Offshore Infrastructure and Engineering, Offshore Technology, Offshore Surveying, Offshore Support Vessels, Offshore Energy, Gas and Oil, Renewable Ocean Energy, Renewable Energy Marine Structures (REMS), Wind Turbines, Ocean Wave Energy Resource, Automation, Robotics, Underwater Technology and Offshore Constructions, Fundamentals of Marine and Offshore Systems Design and Construction, Structural Life Extension for Offshore Installations, Green Energy Logistics, Maritime Energy Management.
Jun
17
Jun 17, 2021 - Jun 18, 2021
Online
The Marine Alliance For Science and Technology For Scotland (MASTS) is working with the Influence of man-made Structures In The Ecosystem (INSITE) program to deliver the Structures in the Marine Environment (SIME2021) conference.

Within an international context, and taking man-made structures (MMS) in its widest definition, SIME2021 will focus on the impact that the presence or removal of these structures may have on biological marine ecosystems. SIME2021 welcomes abstracts in the areas of biodiversity & MMS; restoration & MMS; natural vs artificial substrata; connectivity of structures; and the social and political implications of MMS. Abstracts are due 16th April 2021.

Academics, stakeholders, industry and government representatives and interested parties are invited to come together for talks, e-posters, networking and discussion about man-made structures already within the marine ecosystem, and any new infrastructures that may be put in place over the coming decades.
Jun
17
Jun 17, 2021 - Jun 17, 2021
Online
The Business Network for Offshore Wind's 2021 International Partnering Forum is being held in a two-part series: virtual and in-person. In order to deliver the time-sensitive content you need to plan your business, they are delivering IPF Virtual on April 22nd, May 13th and June 17th. The main conference, IPF Together, has been rescheduled to August 24-26 and will take place in Richmond, Virginia.
Jun
20
Jun 20, 2021 - Jun 25, 2021
Online/Virtual Conference
Since the second annual ISOPE-92 San Francisco, the annual ISOPE Conferences have been held with the world’s largest technical program of its kind with peer-reviewed papers (average 320-750 papers). Since ISOPE-2002 Kyushu, ISOPE-2007 Lisbon, ISOPE-2010 Beijing, and ISOPE-2015 Kona Hawaii continuously broke the attendance record of the previous ISOPE conference: ISOPE has held the technical program of 148-188 opening and technical sessions with 650-950 peer-reviewed papers from 49-54 countries in the Conference Proceedings. Conference papers are indexed to Web of Science, SCOPUS, Engineering Index, Compendex, Chemical Abstracts and more.
Jun
21
Jun 21, 2021 - Jun 30, 2021
Online
The annual OMAE conference is an international assembly of engineers, researchers, technical specialists, and students in the fields of ocean, offshore and arctic engineering. It is an opportunity to exchange ideas on the advances in technology and its scientific support.
Jun
21
Jun 21, 2021 - Jun 30, 2021
Virtual
ASME and the conference chairs are working diligently towards a program that provides virtual learning, paper presentations and enhanced networking opportunities within one platform. The OMAE 2021 conference will consist of the standard 11 symposia, along with Keynote Lectures, Short Courses and Networking Events. The conference theme will be centered around oceans and climate change.
Jun
23
Jun 23, 2021 - Jun 23, 2021
Online
Scotland’s marine energy sector is leading the development of wave and tidal devices, supporting high-skilled jobs, innovative academic research and a world-leading test centre. The industry is developing a strong local supply chain, designing and manufacturing devices that have a high export potential and could bring enormous socio-economic benefits to Scotland and the UK.

The impact of climate change and the coronavirus pandemic has underlined the importance of investing in industries which drive the green energy transition and create jobs, and the marine energy industry is a shining example of both.

Scottish Renewables’ Marine Conference will bring together key industry players to discuss the cutting-edge developments happening here in Scotland and assess the opportunities and challenges the sector will face in the vital years ahead.
Jun
23
Jun 23, 2021 - Jun 23, 2021
Online
In this webinar, Gordon Perkins and Kiva VanDerGeest with Environmental Design & Research will discuss the environmental factors that affect visibility of wind farms from shore and methods for modeling visual impacts. Gordon is a consultant in visualization and visual impact assessment in the Northeast and has 20 years of professional experience. Kiva has over six years of professional experience in planning, design, geographic information systems, and visual impact assessments. This webinar is part of the Learning from the Experts series hosted by NYSERDA’s Offshore Wind Team and featuring experts in key offshore wind topics, including wind farm technologies, development practices, regulatory processes, and research initiatives.
Jun
24
Jun 24, 2021 - Jun 24, 2021
Online
Aegir Insights will discuss the enabling conditions required to attract offshore wind investment to a new market. This webinar will explore international lessons learned, comment on offshore wind/hydrogen projects, and provide advice on what steps Nova Scotia could take if the province wanted to pursue offshore wind as part of its future energy mix.
Jun
24
Jun 24, 2021 - Jun 24, 2021
Online
The Triton Initiative is researching various environmental monitoring technology and methods to understand how different types of stressors caused by marine renewable energy devices can be tested. The research focuses on the known environmental stressors identified in the State of the Science Report produced by PNNL’s OES-E team. The stressors include collision risk, underwater noise, electromagnetic fields, or changes in habitat. The information gleaned from this research will produce a set of recommendations to inform regulators on how to safely permit marine renewable energy devices bringing the nation closer to meeting climate change goals and reducing dependency on fossil fuels.