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All-Energy 2015

May 6, 2015 – May 7, 2015 all-day
SECC, Glasgow

All-Energy logo croppedEMEC is exhibiting at All-Energy 2015 at the SECC, Glasgow, on 6-7th May. Visit us on stand ORK12 in the Energy of Orkney pavilion in the Highlands & Islands area.

Attending All-Energy 2015

  • Neil Kermode, Managing Director
  • Oliver Wragg, Commercial Director
  • Matthew Finn, Senior Business Development Manager
  • Eileen Linklater, Client Relationship & Marketing Manager
  • Lisa MacKenzie, Marketing & Communication Officer
  • Dave Wakefield, ETV Manager

If you’d like to set up a meeting please contact info@emec.org.uk. Otherwise, please pop past stand ORK12 in the Orkney pavilion in the Highlands & Islands area.

Speaking at All-Energy 2015

Day 2: Thursday 7th May

  • Real sea testing: powering marine energy R&D: Neil is speaking in Wave & Tidal Session 5 at 1330 alongside Professor Stephen Salter of the University of Edinburgh, and Katie Grace of the University of Strathclyde.
  • The Great Debate: A question of scale – BIG v small: Neil is chairing The Great Debate at 1530 which will see Professor Peter Fraenkel propose ‘the BIG solution’, and Cameron Johnston of tidal turbine developer Nautricity propose ‘the small solution’ alongside Gareth Davies of Aquatera. This session will take the form of a classic debate. You will be asked to vote on the way into the conference hall. Our two proposers will then put forward their position by means of presentations; our seconders will give short supporting speeches. We want you to come prepared with plenty of questions to fire at them to tease out interesting answers. The four participants will then be asked to put forward closing remarks and a second vote will be taken. Which way will it go? You need to be there to find out!

The full conference programme can be accessed online: All-Energy 2015 conference programme

Wave & Tidal Seminar Theatre

EMEC is hosting a lunchtime session beginning at 1200 within the Wave & Tidal Seminar Theatre (situated between the Orkney and HIE areas within the exhibition hall). This session will comprise a series of quick-fire 5 minute updates from EMEC and our technology developers:

  • EMEC-ETV competition: John Griffiths, EMEC Technical/Compliance Director
  • O&M software: Susannah Brown, Marine Renewables Business Strategist, JBA Consulting
  • Integrated monitoring platform: Matthew Finn, EMEC Senior Business Development Manager
  • Hydrogen for tidal power: Neil Kermode, EMEC Managing Director
  • Aquamarine Power: Neil Davidson, Public Affairs Manager
  • Alstom: Alex Alliston, Commercial Manager
  • Bluewater: Joe Hulm, Senior Marker Developer
  • Nautricity: Robbie Macdonald, Project Engineer
  • OpenHydro: Garrett Connell, Development Projects Manager
  • Scotrenewables Tidal Power: James Murray, Business Development Manager
  • Sustainable Marine Energy: Christoph Harwood, Commercial Director
  • Wello Oy: Aki Luukkainen, Chief Executive Officer

The full programme for the Quick Fire Seminars can be downloaded online: All-Energy 2015 conference programme


Accredited to ISO 17020, EMEC became a Verification Body for Environmental Technology Verification (EMEC-ETV) in 2014. The ETV scheme helps innovative technologies reach the market by verifying the specific performance parameters of a given technology, and can help small and medium-sized businesses attract investment, increase market share and differentiate from competitors. EMEC can verify the performance of technologies which present an environmental benefit in the wave, tidal and wind energy sectors, as well as technologies that focus on water treatment & monitoring, and materials, waste & resources.

  • Attract investment
  • Increase market share
  • Differentiate from your competitors

EMEC will be announcing some exciting news regarding EMEC-ETV at All-Energy so watch this space!

For further information on the conference visit: All-Energy 2015








Aquamarine Power


Atlantis Resources Corporation



Naval Group

Naval Group


Open Hydro


Orbital Marine




ScottishPower Renewables



Sustainable Marine Energy

Sustainable Marine Energy


Voith Hydro


Wello Oy

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