WAVEC's Annual Seminar

Portugal-France: a driving force on Research and Innovation in Marine Renewable Energies 

16th November 2015 Venue: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian Lisbon, Portugal

 
 
Agenda
 
08:30 
Registration 
 
09:00
Opening Session
  • Teresa Patrício Gouveia, Executive Director of the Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Jean-François Blarel, Ambassador of France in Portugal 
  • António Sarmento, President of WavEC
 
09:20
PANEL I: STATE OF THE ART IN PORTUGAL AND FRANCE
Moderator: António Costa Silva, Partex
  • António Vidigal  EDP Inovação – Results of the WindFloat prototype.
  • Bruno Geschier, Idéol – Floating Wind 2.0 : lessons learned, new (global) market expectation.
  • Hakim Mouslim, INNOSEA – An update on the market of offshore renewables in France within the European context.
  • Izan Le Crom, ECN/ SEM-REV, Sea Test Sites: a key stage for technical and economical validation of MRE systems and their components. SEM-REV case study.
 
11:00
Coffee-break
 
11:30
PANEL II: COMPETENCES AND NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS OF WAVEC
Moderator: * Jorge Vanconcelos, NEWES
  • Ana Brito Melo, WavEC, International Services 
  • José Cândido, WavEC, European projects of WavEC – participation to leadership (WETFEET, OCEANET, etc.)
  • Matthieu Guérinel, Yannick Debruyne e Boris Teillant, WavEC, The benefits of PhD and master students at WavEC. 
  • Erkki Kasanen, AW-Energy – Positive experiences of the Waveroller in Portugal and France.
  • Patrik Möller, Corpower, Experience of a technology developer in Portugal and tests in France. 
  • André Moura, ProDrone, Pro-Drone: Wind Blade Inspections 2.0.
 
13:00
 
Lunch
 
 
14:30
PANEL III: EXISTING INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
Moderator: Vasco Trigo, RTP2 
  • João Manso Neto * to confirm, EDPR in Portugal, France and the World and the Integration Strategy of Portuguese Companies.
  • Adelino Costa Matos, A. Silva Matos, Offshore Renewables in Europe: A challenge for the Portuguese metalworking sector. 
  • José Ventura de Sousa, AIN, Training, qualification and specialisation needs for shipyards to meet the ERM requirements. 
  • Mark Lazzaretto, Marseille Fos Port Authority, The impact of marine renewable energy in ports. 
  • Maxime Morandeau, Mojo Maritime, Mermaid, reducing risk and cost by taking marine industry project planning processes onto the next level..
 
16:00
Coffee-break
 
16:30
PANEL IV: EUROPEAN, FRENCH AND PORTUGUESE VISION AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT TO THE SECTOR 
Round table
Moderator: José Vítor Malheiros, Público 
 
  • Yann-Herve De Roeck, France Energies Marines, The strategy of France in MRE.
  • Rémi Gruet, Ocean Energy Europe, The role of OEE in the European policy formulation of MRE.
  • José Carlos Caldeira * to confirm, Aninov.
 
18:00
Closing Remarks
  • António Sarmento, President of WavEC
 
 
 
 
 

 

International B2B Meetings

Atlantic R&I Partnerships on Marine Renewables

November 17th, 2015 | Lisbon, Portugal
 
Venue: French Embassy (Embaixada de França),
From 10.00 h – 17.00 h (bilateral meetings)
 
B2B Agenda
 
9:15 h Registration (ongoing through the day)
9:45 h Welcome by French Embassy and B2B main organisers
10.00h – 17.00h Bilateral meetings
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Language: English
 
Price:          Free of charge
 
 
AGENDA 2015
 
Deadlines Tasks
4 November Register and submit your collaboration profile(s)
6 November Request meetings to other participants
13 November Receive your preliminary schedule
17 November
International B2B Meetings of 20 min, French Embassy 
Meetings hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

The earlier you submit your collaboration profile the more it will be consulted.

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Location

Lisboa, Embaixada de Fran├ža / Ambassade de France Rua Santos-o-velho, 5 - 1249-079