Quoceant are delighted to be heading to the Marine Renewable Canada conference later in the month. Charles Taylor, Director at Quoceant, will be attending the three day event to be held in Halifax. This will be the third time Quoceant have taken part in the annual conference which brings together experts in technology, policy and environmental science from across the tidal and wave energy fields. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Charles during the even please get
We hope you can join us at the RUK wave & tidal conference on the 28th February 2018 in Glasgow. Quoceant Director, Richard Yemm, will give a presentation within session - B3: Taking a Fresh Look at Known Challenges: Being Smarter about O&M. His talk will focus on; Enabling Marine Renewables: Establishing Cost Effective O&M Facilities in Remote Locations. Some of the best sites for developing tidal and wave energy projects are located remotely, often far from existing infra
Quoceant will be attending the European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) 2017 from 28th to the 31st of August.
This year’s conference will be held in the city of Cork, Ireland and hosted in the beautiful University College Cork campus. The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) series are international technical and scientific conferences, focused on ocean renewable energy and offering a high standard of academic and industrial contributions.
We are looking forward to taking part in RenewableUK's Wave and Tidal 2017 conference on the 23rd of February in London. Wave and Tidal 2017 will showcase the sectors innovation and achievement and will bring together industry and political stakeholders. Quoceant will be presenting in two of the sessions: Beth Dickens, "Plug & Play”: Rapid Installation and Removal Systems for Lower LCoE' - Safe and cost effective maintenance, repair, and monitoring of offshore structures is c
The buzz in the room at the Marine Renewables Canada annual conference earlier this month greatly energising and I was lucky enough to be a part of it. From government officials and policy makers, to supplier, developers and research engineers there was a wealth of experience to tap into and a host of connections to be made. Canada has massive marine renewable energy resources and it was immediately clear that the country, and especially Nova Scotia, is making significant st
The Atlantis owned “Meygen” project has generated electricity for the first time from one of the three turbines supplied by Andritz Hydro Hammerfest. Quoceant would like to congratulate Andrtiz and Atlantis Resources on this major milestone achievement for the Meygen project. It is planned that all 4 turbines will be installed and generating by the end of this year and this is a great leap forward in achieving their objective. Quoceant were contracted by Andrtiz Hydro Hammer
Quoceant are looking forward to attending the Marine Renewables Canada Conference this year, November 3-4th. We will be catching up with some of the great people and companies we met last year but we are also looking to develop new contacts and partnerships. I'll will be in Halifax from the 2nd so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like to meet or simply come find me at the conference. If you would like to arrange to meet at the conference please email at info@quocea
Quoceant are getting ready for the Scottish Renewables Marine Conference on the 13th of September. We will be presenting and exhibiting at the flagship marine conference held in Inverness. Our Director, Richard Yemm will be giving a talk in session 2B, "Constructing the First Tidal Arrays". In the session Richard will outline Quoceant's activity in the tidal sector and discuss how our past experience working in the wave energy sector is offering lessons and new perspectives