Marine energy refers to renewable energy that can be generated from oceans, seas and rivers. The marine energy resources are contained in waves, tides, difference in salinity gradients, and water temperatures. The global potential of this sustainable energy source is significant. By 2050, an estimated 300 GW of electricity can be generated globally.
In the Marine Energy Pavilion, we show the most recent technology developments and device prototypes from renowned European companies. The Offshore Sector could enable these technologies, for example with experience in foundations, anchoring systems, cables, seaworthy materials and offshore operations & maintenance. At the same time, marine energy provides an diversification opportunity for the Offshore Sector.
Jointly, both sectors are able to develop unique commercial products. For example, tidal energy technologies integrated in civil infrastructures like barriers and bridges. Visit our pavilion to explore potential collaboration.
The Marine Energy Pavilion is organised by the Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) as part of the INTERREG North West Europe project FORESEA.
Participants at the Marine Energy Pavilion 2018
De Nieuwe Afsluitdijk
Floating Power Plant
Ecole Centrale de Nantes
European Marine Energy Centre
For more information about participating in the Marine Energy Pavilion at Offshore Energy 2018, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or
telephone: +31 10 209 2600.