All-Energy takes pride in being the UK’s largest low carbon energy and full supply chain renewables event; while the co-located Dcarbonise is aimed at private and public sector energy end users.

The 2022 All-Energy & Decarbonise conference took place in May in Glasgow, for it’s 21st anniversary and the first face to face event in two years.

TIGER partners took to the floor on the first day with a prominent event on the main conference programme and presentations were delivered as detailed below.

Welcome & Introduction/ Background to TIGER. Partners, sites, progress  – David Philipson

The Cost Reduction Imperative; Catapult 2018 report, route to cost reduction – Ciaran Frost

Panel session – “TIGER Demonstrating the cost reduction pathway to £90MWh”

Chairman: Simon Cheeseman
Panelists:
Orbital Marine Power – Andrew Scott
SIMEC Atlantis – David Taaffe. SIMEC Atlantis Energy
Hydro Quest – Raphaël Coquet
QED Naval – Jeremy Smith

Additionally on the second day TIGER partners participated in the Marine Energy Show Floor Theatre, with the below presentations:

TIGER: Lessons learned – Andy Baldock, Baldock Engineering
TIGER: Cost reduction – Ciaran Frost, OREC

Tidal stream technology and project development: Interim lessons learnt report
During All-Energy Andy Baldock also launched a TIGER report on “Tidal stream technology and project development: Interim lessons learnt”.
The main lessons learnt from the TIGER project to date are summarised in this short and easy-to-read 10 page report, which we expect to be useful to the whole tidal industry as well as the wider marine energy sector. There will be a final lessons learnt report issued at the end of project in Q2 2023.

To view the report click ici