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PRIMaRE Annual Conference

The PRIMaRE annual conference provides a forum for exchanging latest research & development and fostering collaborations on Marine Renewable Energy. It covers a wide range of topics in marine renewable energy, including: technology, policy, environment, hydrodynamics, resource characterisation, materials, operation and management, etc.

The PRIMaRE annual conference is a two days event, held usually around May-July, where the network showcases the specialised research, conducted among the different partner institutions, among the industry and the wider academic sector.

The 4th PRIMaRE Conference will take place at the University of Southampton, Southampton, more information will follow.

Previous years' PRIMaRE conferences:

  • 3rd PRIMaRE Conference was held at the University of Bath on the 5th and 6th of July 2016
  • 2nd PRIMaRE Conference was held at the University of Exeter (Penryn Campus) on the 16th and 17th of June 2015
  • 1st PRIMaRE Conference was held at the University of Plymouth on the 4th and 5th of June 2014

 

Key Challenge Workshops

PRIMaRE organises regularly some high level workshops. These workshops are aimed to be UK focused and develop further some of the overall aims of PRIMaRE, such as:

  • explore new research arenas, identifying and coordinating the research priorities for the PRIMaRE partners;
  • expand the relationship between PRIMaRE and the industry, getting their feedback to identify research priorities and opportunities for future collaborations; and
  • disseminate the expertise and knowledge gained among the PRIMaRE members to the industry and the wider marine renewable community.

To do this, specific areas relevant for the development of the marine renewable energy sector (e.g., towards a sustainable harnessing the Severn estuary, leading the path to an affordable and secure marine renewable energy) will be tackled. 

Previous workshops organised by PRIMaRE:

  • A Workshop on "Identifying research priorities for marine energy" was held at Plymouth University on the 4th of March 2015  

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