2016 Annual Conference presentation slides from the 3-minute updates given by each of the developers within the Stage 2 and 3 PTO programme, and the Stage 1 NWEC programme
Annual Conference 2016
Main Presentation - WES Programme Update and New Calls
Wave Energy Scotland Ltd
Wave Energy Scotland Ltd
The inaugural Wave Energy Scotland (WES) Annual Conference took place on Friday 2nd December in Edinburgh. The one day conference was designed to inform delegates on the progress of the WES programme since its establishment in 2014. There were 30 projects running at the time, with a focus on Power Take Off (PTO) and Novel Wave Energy Converter (NWEC) programmes. The day gave delegates a chance to meet organisations involved in the WES programme and hear progress in the various projects.
This document contains the main presentation from this conference, describing the Wave Energy Scotland programme, objectives, upcoming innovation calls and funded technologies. Presentations given by contractors and invited guests are available separately.
Project Keywords: Presentation, PTO, NWEC, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3
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