Sea Tech Week® 2022
      • Le 06/09/2022
      • Discover the content of the session: "Installation, operation and maintenance of tidal turbines in commercial projects: how can the transport and logistics supply chain contribute to a reduced cost of tidal energy production"

      • In the context of European Union climate and energy targets for 2030 and an increasingly tense global energy context the development and industrialisation of renewable energy sectors has become more urgent. Lowering the Cost of Energy (LCOE) is one of the major objectives of the tidal energy sector today to put it on a level footing with other energies in the future.

        So what will commercial projects in the tidal sector look like in 2030? Will a transition from individual pilot projects to larger arrays will bring its own economies of scale? And how can transport contribute to the reduction of the cost in this horizon?

        During the workshop, site developers, logistics providers and transporters will give us their views on future trends and expectations, suggest where possible costs reductions may come from and flag up the challenges that the sector will face.

        Speakers will include TIGER project partners Morbihan Hydro Energies, Sabella and Normandie Hydroliennes, Shipping and logistics provider Inyanga.
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        TIGER project



        Monday 26th September 2022






        Introduction, by Hélène Morin(252), Head of the European affairs department

        (252) Bretagne Développement Innovation, France



        Tiger project and lessons learnt about future supply chain development

        Simon Cheeseman(2), TIGER project coordinator

        (2) TIGER Project



        Growing opportunities in the supply chain with Morbihan Hydro Energies

        Thomas Archinard(273), Project manager

        (273) Morbihan Hydro Energies, France



        Future role of supply chains in reducing the cost of tidal energies with Normandie Hydroliennes

        Steve Allsop(234), Loads & Modelling Engineer

        (234) Simec Atlantis, UK



        Perspectives for 2030 in the French tidal supply chain for Hydroquest

        Raphaël Coquet(271), Deputy Director

        (271) Hydroquest, France



        A view for a logistics provider on further potential of tidal energy sector

        Richard Parkinson(261), General manager

        (261) Inyanga Maritime, UK


        3.45pm Exchange of views


        4pm Conclusion


  • Campus mondial de la mer
  • Union Européenne
  • Région Bretagne
  • Brest Métropôle
  • Technopôle Brest Iroise
  • Crédit Mutuel ARKEA
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