8th PRIMaRE Conference: COVID-19 Update
Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the 8th PRIMaRE conference will be held online. The call for abstracts is open until Friday 30th April 2021. Further information including the format of this virtual conference will be announced here closer to the event.
PRIMaRE Conference Series
The PRIMaRE conference series is now in its 8th year and provides a forum for presenting and discussing the latest research & development in all areas related to Marine Renewable Energy. This year, the PRIMaRE conference will be held online, between the 29th and 30th June 2021, due to the restrictions caused by COVID-19, and will be run by Bangor University. The conference includes universities, industry and research centres active in all aspects of marine renewable energy and is expected to attract over 100 participants ranging from industrial developers, university researchers, marine environmentalists and policy makers. The aim of the event is to cover a wide range of topics in marine renewable energy, including: technology, policy, environment, hydrodynamics, resource characterisation, materials, operation and management, etc.
Call for Abstracts
The Partnership for Research In Marine Renewable Energy (PRIMaRE) is proud to announce that the Call for Abstracts for the 8th PRIMaRE Conference is now open. Due to the current situation with the COVID-19 virus, the conference will take place online on the 29th and 30th June 2021.
Conference Web Portal: https://primare.events/
This virtual conference is free to attend, but registration is required via the conference registration page. The deadline for registration is Saturday 29th May 2021. Registered delegates will receive joining information before the event. Please contact [email protected] for further information.
If you are interested in sponsoring the 8th PRIMaRE Conference, please consult the conference sponsorship scheme document, which details the packages available. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, or wish to discuss them further, then please contact Matt Lewis via email ([email protected]).