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All-Energy 2019

May 15, 2019 – May 16, 2019 all-day

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EMEC is exhibiting at All-Energy on the 15th & 16th May 2019, at the SEC, Glasgow. You will find us on Stand ORK12 in the Orkney and Highlands & Islands Enterprise pavilions.

Arrange a meeting with us:

Please pop past EMEC’s stand for a chat, or arrange a meeting with our Business Development Team:

  • Oliver Wragg, Commercial Director
  • Matthew Finn, Commercail Managaer
  • Eileen Linklater, External Relationship Manager

If you would like to organise a meeting, please contact info@emec.org.uk or call +44(0)1856 852060.


EMEC are gearing up for another exciting exhibition at All-Energy 2019. You will find us on stand ORK12 within the Orkney and Highlands and Islands Enterprise pavilion.

This year we are showcasing the vast activity taking place at EMEC to decarbonise our energy system, particularly highlighting the key technology areas we’re now working in; wave energy, tidal energy, floating offshore wind, hydrogen and energy systems.

Speaking at All-Energy

The All-Energy programme contains an abundance of enthralling talks embracing all forms of renewable energy, so there will be something for everyone. Our top picks include:

Day 1 | 15th May 2019

1400 – 1530 | Energy Systems 2: Energy transition in practice

  • EMEC’s Managing Director, Neil Kermode will be talking about the newly launched ReFLEX project which will demonstrate the energy system of the future in Orkney.

1400 – 1530 | Marine Renewable Energy 2 – Managed Global Collaboration

  • Oliver Wragg, Commercial Director, EMEC will be speaking on the ‘important role of test centres in global collaboration.’

1500 – 1515 | Community & Local Energy – Show Floor Seminar Theatre

  • EMEC’s Project Manager, Richard Ainsworth will be giving a presentation case study on the HyDIME project and how it is integrating hydrogen into the marine environment

1600 – 1730 | Hydrogen & Fuel Cells

  • Jon Clipsham, Hydrogen Manager, will be speaking on EMEC’s involvement in offshore hydrogen production.

Day 2 | 16th May 2019

1400 – 1415 | Energy Storage & Hydrogen Hub – Show Floor Seminar Theatre

  • Chris Ward, Project Manager at EMEC for the Interreg ITEG project, will be presenting on ‘Integrating Tidal Energy into the European Grid.’

1400 – 1530 |Offshore Wind 5: Floating offshore wind 2 – The Next Steps Forward

  • Oliver Wragg, EMEC’s Commercial Director, will be speaking about a new multi-million euro project which will see a full-scale floating wind turbine deployed for testing off the west coast of Ireland.


EMEC Speed Updates

This year EMEC are delighted to host two quick fire speed update sessions bringing together leading players in ocean energy and hydrogen industries.

Hydrogen updates from EMEC & friends | 15 May 2019 | 1230 – 1350

This session will take place from 1230 in the Energy Storage and Hydrogen Hub within the exhibition area.


Chair | Caron Oag, Hydrogen Marketing Officer, EMEC

  • EMEC’s hydrogen story so far
    Kim Hamilton, Hydrogen Development Officer, EMEC
  • Challenges of integrating hydrogen into the energy system
    Bill Ireland, Chief Executive Office, Logan Energy
  • Decarbonising Scottish ferries (part 1): Integrating hydrogen into diesel powered ferries
    David Stewart, Engineering Director, and Ross Sloan, Engineer, HSSMI
  • Decarbonising Scottish ferries (part 2): Hydrogen powered ferries
    Chris Dunn, Chief Naval Architect, Ferguson Marine Engineering Ltd.
  • Hydrogen combustion engines
    Paul Andrews, CEO and Founder, OakTec
  • Hydrogen and synthetic fuels
    Dr Juan Maria Gonzalez Carballo, Drochaid Research Services
  • Innovation in hydrogen technologies
    Amer Gaffar, Director, Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre
  • Responsive Flexibility: Hydrogen as part of a virtual energy system
    Professor Edward Owens, Professor of Sustainable Energy, Heriot Watt University
  • Hydrogen for combined heat and power
    Douglas Spalding, Head of Product Planning and Marketing, Doosan Babcock
  • Hydrogen as part of localised energy systems
    Mark McKean, Development Manager, Crown Estates Scotland
  • Making use of hydrogen by-products: Oxygen
    Scott Bryant, Sector Manager – Energy Infrastructure, Zero Waste Scotland
  • Mapping out the future of hydrogen
    Jon Clipsham, Hydrogen Manager, The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC)

Innovate, Collaborate, Generate: Ocean energy updates from EMEC & friends | 16 May 2019 | 1230 – 1400

This session will take place from 1230 in the Wave & Tidal Quick Fire Show Floor Seminar Theatre within the exhibition area.


Chair | Erica Mathers, Marketing Officer, EMEC

  • EMEC in 2019: From ocean energy to energy systems
    Lisa MacKenzie, Marketing & Communications Manager, EMEC
  • Wave energy demonstration at Billia Croo
    Rodrigo Prodohl, Data Analyst, Wello
  • Proving performance at scale – wave energy demonstration at Scapa Flow
    Pierre Lourdais, Lead Systems Engineer, CorPower
  • Supporting ocean energy demonstration: From small scale demonstration to arrays
    Matthew Finn, Commercial Manager, EMEC
  • Wave energy: Reliability in a Sea of Risk 
    Charlotte Strang-Moran, Graduate Engineer, ORE Catapult
  • Reliability and tidal energy
    Erwann Nicolas, Innovation Manager, Sabella
  • Grid-connected power performance – from FORESEA to FloTEC at EMEC
    James Murray, Business Development Manager, Orbital Marine Power
  • Installation and moorings for tidal energy
    John Macleod, Commercial Manager, Leask Marine
  • Lessons learnt: Decommissioning a piled tidal energy foundation
    Andy Shanks, Marine Operations Specialist, EMEC
  • Ocean energy standars development
    Winston D’Souza, Technology Qualification & Offshore Type Approval Lead, Lloyd’s Register
  • Mocean – stage 3 novel wave energy converter 
    Chris Retzler, Technical Director, Mocean Energy
  • AWS Ocean - Archimedes Waveswing
    Simon Grey, Director, AWS Ocean

Looking forward to seeing you at All-Energy 2019








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