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Apr
13
Wed
2016
Oregon Energy Future Conference
Apr 13 – Apr 14 all-day

Oregon’s leading forum for exploring the business side of clean energy, with content covering:

  • – Policy & Economic Development
  • – The Business of Renewable Energy
  • – The Business of Energy Efficiency
  • – Energy Technology & Innovation

Celebrating its tenth year, the Energy Future Conference is Oregon’s signature clean energy event, connecting policy with practice and addressing the industry’s current challenges and opportunities.

Apr
25
Mon
2016
IMREC / METS
Apr 25 – Apr 28 all-day

IMREC WEBSITE

MREC stands for International Marine Renewable Energy Conference (IMREC).

IMREC is an important and unique event to bring together individuals interested in marine energy to share challenges, find solutions, and continue to move this industry forward. IMREC is especially important this year since both the Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference (GMREC) event and the Energy Ocean event are NOT being held.

Topics being discussed at the IMREC event include:

  • Financing instruments and U.S. Federal R&D funding
  • Best management practices
  • Global regulatory developments regarding marine renewable energy
  • U.S. and international marine energy projects
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Design tools
  • Testing infrastructure
  • Offshore safety and construction
  • Evolving technology trends and markets
  • Wave and water current energy research

This conference is being presented by the newly formed National Hydropower Association Marine Energy Council – or MEC. Most members of the Council transitioned from the Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition (OREC), which ceased operations in January 2015.

The National Hydropower Association (NHA) is the official trade association for hydropower in the United States. By forming a council focused on Marine Energy, NHA is bringing the conventional and marine energy industries together under one roof.

NHA and members of the MEC believe this “under one roof” concept provides benefits to both industries as we collectively advocate the importance of all hydropower technologies as solutions to energy challenges.

METS

The main objective of the Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS) is to provide a venue where technical experts can publish and present wave and water current energy research that helps accelerate the pace of Marine Energy technology development.

2016 marks the 4th annual METS and the second time METS has been held in conjunction with the International Marine Energy Conference (IMREC) and the National Hydropower Association (NHA) Annual Conference, which focus on non-technical policy, regulatory, and economic topics. Holding METS in conjunction with the IMREC and NHA conferences provides researchers with the invaluable opportunity to interact with public and private industry stakeholders.

Call for Abstracts now available! For more information on presenting your abstract for presentation, CLICK HERE.

May
10
Tue
2016
THETIS EMR @ Paris, France
May 10 – May 12 all-day

The international convention THETIS MRE was created in 2011 to meet the expectations of players involved in this raising sector, to gather and share experiences and to promote the development of  MRE energies as a source of blue economic growth.

Since its first edition in 2012, THETIS MRE has supported the ramp up of the sector by creating a cohesive event with all players of MRE:Public Institutions, Politics, Companies, NGO, Economic agencies, Industrial Clusters, Universities… THETIS MRE aims to pursue the annual convention on two days, always hosted by a dynamic territory, following the evolution of the sector, and anticipating new trends.

THETIS MRE through its programme targets a large audience of professionals from market leaders to new comers.

May
19
Thu
2016
AWATEA 10th Annual Conference @ Royal Society Conference Centre in Wellington, NZ
May 19 – May 20 all-day

AWATEA 10th Annual Conference: Global Advances

Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

AWATEA is hosting it’s 10th annual conference on marine energy at the Royal Society Conference Centre in Wellington on Thursday 19 May 2016. This event is bringing together industry and academic experts from around the world for New Zealand’s primary marine renewable event. For further information and to register follow the link: http://www.awatea.org.nz/conference-2016/

Jul
26
Tue
2016
HydroVision International @ Minneapolis Convention Center
Jul 26 – Jul 30 all-day

 

HydroVision International is the largest gathering of hydro professionals worldwide. The event highlights perspectives on the role of hydropower, explores issues affecting hydro resources, and helps participants develop a vision to meet challenges and ensure the future sustainability of hydro.

Aug
18
Thu
2016
OSEIA + Women in Solar Energy (WISE) Event
Aug 18 @ 1:00 am – 3:00 am

Solar enthusiasts, solar professionals, women and men are all invited to join the OSEIA + Women in Solar Energy (WISE) event @ LeChon PDX!

Wednesday, August 17 from 6-8pm at LeChon PDX- 113 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97204

OSEIA wants to continue the women solar networking conversations and Kristen Nicole, WISE’s Executive Director, will be in town for the discussions!

Register here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=jlui5moab&oeidk=a07ed05he64a95a08ab

Sep
8
Thu
2016
Oregon Best Fest @ World Trade Center Portland
Sep 8 – Sep 10 all-day

Every September, the cleantech community gathers for Oregon BEST FEST, the Pacific Northwest’s premier cleantech innovation conference. Oregon BEST’s signature event brings together a diverse audience of university researchers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, investors, and curious individuals who have the common goal of accelerating solutions to environmental challenges. This two-day, hands-on gathering harnesses Oregon’s spirit of innovation in sustainability to improve the world’s ability to live, work, and build in healthier and more sustainable ways. Click here to learn more.OregonBESTFEST_Logo_web

Oct
10
Mon
2016
NW Marine Technology Summit
Oct 10 – Oct 12 all-day

NW Marine Technology Summit

“Empowering Innovation in the Pacific NW”

The NW Marine Technology Summit provides opportunities for businesses, researchers, and students to learn more about key blue sector interest areas, visit with local technological innovators, network with like-minded individuals, and be a part of solution-oriented dialogue about problems within the industry.

The event is organized by the Oregon Section of the Marine Technology Society (MTS), comprised of marine technology professionals from throughout the state.

Nov
2
Wed
2016
MTS Techsurge @ Portsmouth, NH
Nov 2 – Nov 4 all-day

CONFERENCE WEBSITE

The MTS Marine Renewable Energy Committee Presents:

Production of Renewable Ocean Energy for Small, Non Grid Connected Applications

November 2-3, 2016
Portsmouth, NH
Portsmouth Courtyard Marriott
The TechSurge: Production of Renewable Ocean Energy for Small, Non Grid Connected Applications is presented by the Marine Renwable Energy Committee of Marine Technology Society. The Conference will bring together professionals who are developing power system technologies capable of producing small, remote and distributed power for many applications.
Mar
2
Thu
2017
California Offshore Wind Industry Symposium
Mar 2 all-day

The Pacific Ocean Energy Trust and the Business Network for Offshore Wind are pleased to invite you to attend the 2017 California Offshore Wind Industry Symposium, on March 2, in Sacramento, California. The Symposium will prominently feature representatives of the offshore wind industry, with the primary purpose of hearing from the industry regarding its vision, key issues, and limitations.

The State of California has already begun to consider the offshore wind opportunity, in part in response to Trident Wind’s 1 GW offshore wind project proposed off the Central California coast at Morro Bay. At the request of the state, the Bureau of Ocean Energy and Management (BOEM) recently initiated its BOEM Taskforce, and the California Energy Commission held a hearing on the topic of offshore wind earlier this year. BOEM also hosted the California Offshore Energy Conference in early November.

General registration is $295, although there is a $100 discount for members of the Business Network for Offshore Wind, members of the Pacific Ocean Energy Trust, and registrants from nonprofits and government.

More information here: www.offshorewindus.org/cows/

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