2010年2月18日木曜日

【3rd Annual Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference】

【出展リンク】: http://blog.with2.net/ping.php/847650/1247062117

  http://www.oceanrenewable.com/2010/02/16/3rd-annual-global-marine-renewable-energy-conference/



Welcome


Registration Now Open for the 3rd Annual
Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference
April 14th & 15th
The Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference is proudly sponsored by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Minerals Management Service (MMS), the Foundation for Ocean Renewables (FOR) and the Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition (OREC). At the conference, you will learn the latest on this exciting renewable energy field directly from the experts, leaders, and innovators.

We look forward to your participation!
Professional & Industry Development Day: April 13 Expands Value
As our industry begins to address new challenges, the 2010 GMREC III brings an extra day of specialized sessions to educate, discuss, problem solve, and plan for strategic industry-wide action. Our topics, and their prominence in the agenda continue to be driven by input from our participants in market research conducted at our conferences, as well as ongoing e-mail and telephone research. Please help us in our efforts to continually improve the substance, format, and style of the Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference by providing candid feedback and active participation. 

Don't miss cutting-edge dialogue on:
  • The performance results of marine renewable technology demonstrations
  • Evolution of permitting (consent processes) and siting in various countries
  • The most effective financing instruments and public subsidies
  • Understanding and mitigating potential environmental risks
Why you should attend:
  • Expand your network of international experts and government leaders
  • Explore and exchange knowledge on best management practices
  • Discuss financing instruments and regulatory drivers
  • Learn about U.S. and international policies supporting the growth of marine renewable energy
Who should attend?
  • Engineers and researchers
  • Environmental analysts, scientists, and biologists
  • Attorneys and regulatory specialists
  • Innovators and developers
  • Investors and venture capitalists
  • Federal, state, and local government policy makers and regulators
  • Non-governmental organizations


Conference Location:
Bell Harbor International Convention Center
2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66
Seattle, WA 98121, USA 
Questions:
Email: info@globalmarinerenewable.com 
Phone: 1-877-463-3846




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【参考リンク1】 : OCEAN RENEWABLE ENERGY COALITION :
 
   http://www.oceanrenewable.com/




【参考リンク2】 :  Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition Website  :










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【参考リンク3】 : Learning from Wind Energy’s Experience :


 http://www.globalmarinerenewable.com/images/stories/2009Presentations/BobThresher-2009GMRE.pdf


Moderator, Bob Thresher, National Renewable Energy LaboratoryPresentation (1.3MB PDF)







Presentation Archives





earning from Wind Energy’s Experience


Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference


Washington, DC
April 14-15, 2009


By Robert Thresher, PhD, PE
NREL Research Fellow
National Wind Technology Center



1. Build Prototypes at a Practical Size and Make
Them Work, Then Scale for Economy


2. Perform Rigorous Testing:
Measure all the Relevant Inputs and Outputs (Wave Tanks
Tests, Subscale Prototype Tests, and then Full Scale)


3. Perform Environmental Studies at
Early Test and Demonstration Sites


4. Expect Prototypes Machines to Fail
and Learn from the Failures:
Test, Measure, Analyze, Model, and Redesign


5. Develop and Verify Energy Loss Models
for Arrays and Complex Flow Situations


6. Develop Optimal Theories and Models
to Bound Performance and Guide Designs


7. Model the Important Physics and Validate the
Models with Test Data: If you do not Calculate the
• Turbulence
Dynamic Loads Correctly the Device Will Fail


8. Develop Comprehensive Standards for
Ocean Energy Systems at an Early Stage
(Standards are critical for financing and commercialization)


9. Develop and Verify Economics Models
Carbon T C bo rust Report 2006: Future Marine Energy
Results of the Marine Energy Challenge:
Cost competitiveness and growth of wave and tidal stream energy

http://www.carbontrust.co.uk/publications


10. Focus On Technology Innovation, Scale, and
Reliability to Reduce Cost for Prototype Evolution
(Learning Curves Provide Minimal Benefit in Early Generations)


Thresher’s of Lessons from Wind’s Experience

1. Build Prototypes at a Practical Size and Make Them
Work, Then Scale for Economy

2. Perform Rigors Testing

3. Perform Environmental Studies at Early Test and
Demonstration Sites

4. Expect Prototypes Machines to Fail and Learn from
the Failures

5. Develop and Verify Energy Loss Models for Arrays
and Complex Flow Situations

6. Develop Optimal Theories and Models to Bound
Performance and Guide Designs

7. Model the Important Physics and Validate the Models
with Test Data

8. Develop Comprehensive Standards for Ocean Energy
Systems at an Early Stage

9. Develop and Verify Economics Models

10. Focus On Technology Innovation, Scale, and
Reliability to Reduce Cost

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