ICOE / OEE 2022

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This year, the Basque Energy Cluster and Ocean Energy Europe are teaming up to deliver a joint event on ocean energy, taking place on 18-20 October 2022. The event will combine the International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) and Ocean Energy Europe’s (OEE) annual event.

The unique event, ICOE-OEE 2022, will gather ocean energy professionals and decision-makers from all corners of the globe in San Sebastián / Donostia, in the Basque Country, Spain .

TIGER stand & side event
Come and visit the TIGER stand (stand 24), alongside project partners EMEC and ORE Catapult,

We will be hosting  a TIGER series 2 supply chain event and a series of TIGER presentations, see details below:


TIGER Side Event

TIGER: Tidal Stream Industry Energiser outlook, the tide is turning

Wednesday, October 19
11:15 – 13:15
Room 9 

  • 11:15 – 11:30
    TIGER Welcome & Intro & UK/FR MRE Supply Chain Portal launch
    Simon Cheeseman, ORE Catapult
  • 11:30 – 11:45
    Tidal Stream Industry Cost Reduction Pathway report update
    Ciaran Frost, ORE Catapult
  • 11:45 – 11:55
    OPEN-C France’s National test framework & Paimpol Bréhat update
    Nicolas Gerard, EDF
  • 11:55 – 12:15
    Tidal Stream Cost Reduction – The Reality
    Drew Blaxland, Normandie Hydroliennes
  • 12:15 – 12:35
    Cost reduction strategy towards commercialization
    Marta Garcia, Magallanes Renovables
  • 12:35 – 12:55
    Orbital O2 cost reduction roadmap
    Chris Milne, Orbital Marine Power
  • 12:55 – 13:15
    Q&A panel session open floor


TIGER Partner Presentations 

Tuesday, October 18 

  • 14:00 – 15:30
    A convenient truth: Using ‘Al-Gore-ithms’ to model ocean energy’s future

    Ciaran Frost, ORE Catapult (UK): “Cost reduction through innovation: a trajectory for tidal stream industry success” 
  • 16:00 – 17:30
    Breakthroughs in critical systems and connections
    Prof Philipp Thies,University of Exeter: “Testing the TfI SeaSpring, a potential route to lower cost moorings for marine energy devices” 


Wednesday, October 19

  • 16:30-18:00
    Choosing the perfect site
    Hannah Mullings, Postdoctoral Research Associate, The University of Manchester: “Confidence in predicting the unsteady onset flow to tidal turbines: cross-comparison of resource models and measured data at sites within the TIGER project.” 
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