2nd Annual PRIMaRE Conference
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    University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall TR10 9FE

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Designed to bring together the research community and marine renewable energy industry, this two day conference will showcase the latest research, and highlight opportunities for business development through research collaboration.

There will be an emphasis on research-business partnerships and a special session will show how work within the PRIMaRE network has supported businesses to progress within this sector.

The conference will cover all areas of marine renewable energy including offshore wind, wave and tidal. 

This year's broad themes will focus on:

  • Technology
  • Environment
  • Policy.

Contact the organising committee at primare_conf@exeter.ac.uk for any queries.

About PRIMaRE

PRIMaRE - Partnership for Research in Marine Renewable Energy - is a network of world-class research institutions based in the west, south, and south west of England who undertake research and development to address challenges facing the marine renewable energy industry at the regional, national and international level. These research partners comprise Plymouth University, the University of Exeter, University of Southampton, University of Bristol, University of Bath, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and Plymouth Biological Association. PRIMaRE supporters are Wave Hub and the South West Marine Energy Park. The University of Uppsala is the network's associated partner.

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