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Renewable Energy Events November 2015

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Why attend an industry conference?
An industry conference allows you to “plug in” to what is going on; thus an event presents an opportunity to mix and network with leading researchers and to listen and learn from their work experience as well as develop your own ideas and business plans.  It is by meeting successful individuals that pushes people to realise what they also can achieve - attending a conference might help you on your way to becoming an expert!

Subsea Power Cables for Offshore Wind Seminar 10 - 11 November 2015, Dexter House, London
Discussions on best practices for subsea power cable installation, burial and protection.

 

EWEA 2015 Annual Event 17-20 November Porte de Versailles Pavillon 1, Paris
Every year, EWEA brings together over 60 nationalities from across the world, making the EWEA Annual Event an excellent place to see new developments.

International Tidal Energy Summit 23-25 November, Hilton Tower Bridge, London
The world leading tidal summit is in London for its 9th year - the most qualified marine energy experts discuss how to implement latest best practices and upscale to multi-device arrays. Will discuss challenges and solutions surrounding updates on the greatest projects, financing the future, legislative leadership, risk profiling strategies and tackling marine operations.

7th Annual Conference & Exhibition Offshore Wind Construction & Installation, Europe 1st-2nd December, 2015 Hamburg Marriott, Hamburg, Germany
Europe's best attended meeting point dedicated to the Offshore Wind Construction industry in Europe - an interactive experience that will guide, improve and complete strategy for the next wave of construction projects.

The Scottish Green Energy Awards - 3 December 2015, EICC
Awards include: Renewing Scotland Award, Engineering Excellence, Best Supplier Award, and Business Growth Award. 

 
 


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