# of INORE Members

1649

Billia Croo Wave Test Site in Orkney (credit Aquatera Ltd)

Floating wind turbine testing at MARIN

Credit of FloWave

Welcome to the International Network on Offshore Renewable Energy website – we’re happy to have you here!

INORE is a network of young researchers within renewable energy whose main focus is offshore renewables. INORE was created by early stage researchers, for early stage researchers who work in all aspects related to offshore wind, wave, tidal, and other offshore energies. We bring together researchers from around the world to meet, collaborate, and share knowledge.

We’ve just updated our website and hope that it is a more helpful resource to further develop research collaborations. If you’re not already registered as an INOREan, please do so here. This website is driven by its members and we hope you find it as a useful tool to find events INORE is hosting, post/search new jobs and communicate, collaborate and commiserate with research peers within the offshore renewables sector.

News

AWTEC2016 – Call for Abstracts – Deadline extended until 15 March

Dear Member of the marine energy community, Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference 2016: Announcement and Call for Papers The Organizing Committee is pleased to announce that the 3rd AWTEC (Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference Series, the regional conference affiliated to EWTEC), will be held in Singapore from 24-28 October 2016. On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is a great pleasure to invite you and your team to the 3rd Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference. AWTEC 2016 will happen during the popular Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW 2016) at the Marina Bay Sands of Singapore. AWTEC provides opportunities for researchers, engineers, policy makers and stakeholders to exchange knowledge through profound discussions and recent research presentations, and promotes international and multi-disciplinary collaboration. Showcases of marine renewable energy technologies from all over the world will also be present during AWTEC. Participants will also be able to take advantage of joining SIEW-related events such as “Round table Discussions” hosted by the Economic Development Board of Singapore (EDB) and the Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA) The conference topics listed below span the fields of wave and tidal energy research together with offshore wind and OTEC, ranging from technical to cross-cutting policy, finance and environmental subjects. You are encouraged to submit Abstracts in the following tracks: Wave and tidal energy resource characterization Device development and testing Device hydrodynamics and structural mechanics Power take-off and device control Device and environmental modeling Offshore Wind OTEC Systems Environmental impact and appraisal Policy development and legislation Socio-economic impact Grid connection and system aspects Future markets and financing Smart grid technology IMPORTANT DATES 15 March 2016 –...

December 2015 Newsletter

December 2015 Newsletter Who We Are The International Network of Offshore Renewable Energy (INORE) is a network of early stage researchers working on topics related to offshore renewable energy (ORE). INORE was created by early stage researchers, for early stage researchers who work in all aspects related to offshore wind, wave, tidal, and other offshore energies. We bring together researchers from around the world to meet, collaborate, and share knowledge, with the aim of furthering research in offshore renewable energy. So, how has INORE brought people together in 2015?   The 2015 European Symposium   The main events for INORE each year are the annual symposia. The first symposia of this year kicked off in May on the Campania Hills of Vico Equense, Italy. Hotel Soggiorno Salesiano hosted approximately 70 INOREans and keynote speakers over six days. While the key focus of the 10th European Symposium was marine energy in Southern Europe, as always the symposium was an international affair. The internationality of the symposia is something that INORE helps to ensure by awarding travel grants to a lucky few coming from further afield. This year the grants helped enable participants from Argentina to attend the symposium, for one INOREan making it his first ever time flying! When we weren’t enjoying the perfect view from the hotel terrace over the Bay of Naples and the awesome Mount Vesuvius, we packed a busy schedule. All INOREans had an opportunity to present their research in a series of poster sessions and a number of them had the chance to tell us more about their work during the INOREan talks. Collaborative tasks set...

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