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The Royal Institution of Naval Architects


MARINE & OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY First Notice & Call for Papers


26 - 27 September 2012, RINA HQ, London


Marine and offshore renewable energy sources have the potential to make a significant contribution to the increasing total global demand, as well as meeting targets for clean energy. However, the demanding environment in which they are found presents great technological challenges for those who wish to develop such sources.


Wave, tidal and offshore wind energy projects involve a wide range of disciplines and expertise.


This conference will bring together the


industry stakeholders to provide a forum for discussion and a means of professional development for those involved with using natural marine resources to generate energy.


The conference will cover a wide range of topics:


• Research, development and testing. • Design and construction of renewable energy systems. • Installation, maintenance and subsea operations. • Transport / lift vessels and associated support infrastructure. • Project management and integration. • Economics and viability. •


www.rina.org.uk/renewable2012


 I wish to offer a paper (deadline 22th April 2012 for synopsis not more than 200 words)  I wish to receive details on exhibition space and sponsorship opportunities  I would like to receive a full programme brochure and registration form


Name:


Company: Address:


Telephone: Email:


Postcode: Fax:


(MORE2012)


Please return to: Conference Department, RINA, 10 Upper Belgrave Street, London SW1X 8BQ by fax on +44 (0)20 7259 5912 or by email: conference@rina.org.uk


Position:


Marine planning, environmental protection and sustainable development. • Regulations, licensing and future directions for development.


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