You are invited to join the third in a series of six supply chain events as part of the TIGER project on 26 September from 1:45pm-4:00pm (CET) at the Sea Tech Week Conference. Register here.
The event ‘Installation, operation and maintenance of tidal turbines in commercial projects: how can the transport and logistics supply chain contribute to a reduced cost of tidal energy production’, will bring together leading industry players, including TIGER project partners Morbihan Hydro Energies, Sabella and Normandie Hydroliennes, Shipping and logistics provider Inyanga and representatives from the Belgian Offshore Wind Renewable Energy Cluster in Oostende in Belgium.
The aim of this event is to raise awareness and to accelerate the growth of the tidal energy sector and its supply chain.
Hélène Morin, Head of the European affairs department
Bretagne Développement Innovation, France
Tiger project and lessons learnt about future supply chain development
Simon Cheeseman, TIGER project coordinator
Growing opportunities in the supply chain with Morbihan Hydro Energies
Thomas Archinard, Project manager
Morbihan Hydro Energies, France
Future role of supply chains in reducing the cost of tidal energies with Normandie Hydroliennes
Steve Allsop, Loads & Modelling Engineer
Simec Atlantis, UK
Perspectives for 2030 in the French tidal supply chain for Hydroquest
Raphaël Coquet, Deputy Director
A view for a logistics provider on further potential of tidal energy sector
Richard Parkinson, General manager
Inyanga Maritime, UK
3.45pm Exchange of views