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Exhibition

Position your product and services to up to 120 key professionals from the marine energy industry

  • Increase brand visibility
  • Engage with business leaders 
  • Generate new business leads
  • Launch new projects

 

Exhibition package

  • Two delegate passes with access for the conference sessions and catering breaks
  • 3 x 2m space allocation, with clothed table, two chairs and access to power
  • Your company logo, 50-word profile, and company details in our printed programme given to all delegates on arrival
  • A link from our Current Exhibitors section to your company website

Cost: £450+VAT for SR members, £500+VAT for non-members


How to book

Click the booking button the right of this page. If you have any questions or simply wish to discuss further, please contact Lisa Russell on 0141 353 4986.


Exhibitors 2017

 

Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG)

Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) works on behalf of its members to promote the capabilities of companies and organisations in Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland in the renewable energy sector, and to assist them in accessing new opportunities in this field. AREG plays a key role in developing a sustainable renewable energy sector in Scotland and the UK through supporting our members and attracting investment.

Crown Estate Scotland

Crown Estate Scotland manages four rural estates, mineral and salmon fishing rights, around half of the foreshore and almost all of the seabed. Our team works collaboratively with tenants and communities and in key sectors such as aquaculture, agriculture, marine tourism, and offshore renewables.

Energy Technology Partnership

The ETP is an alliance of 12 Scottish universities with world class R&D capabilities across a range of low carbon energy technologies, including providing almost 100 PhDs to industry. Through its Knowledge Exchange Network, ETP can help SMEs increase low carbon technical innovation, and enhancing connectivity between SMEs and Universities.
Phone: 0141 548 2013

Flowline Specialists

Flowline Specialists, headquartered in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, provide an expansive fleet of equipment for safe and efficient handling solutions for reels, flexible flowlines, jumpers, umbilicals and power cables. With operational bases in Scotland, the Netherlands, and Dubai UAE, experienced and competent Technicians commission and operate the equipment on and offshore worldwide.
Phone: 44 (0) 1651 871 872

Highlands and Islands Enterprise

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is the Scottish Government's economic and community development agency for the north and west of Scotland. We are an ambitious organisation with a unique remit; working in a diverse region covering more than half of Scotland’s land mass, and our purpose is to generate sustainable economic growth across the Highlands and Islands.
Phone: 01463 245 245

JFC Marine

With over 30 years’ experience fabricating innovative plastic products, JFC Marine manufacture and supply a complete range of precision engineered navigation buoys complete with Aton’s systems. We offer an extensive range of aids to navigation equipment including lanterns, AIS systems, battery and solar powered solutions.
With the increase in renewable energies and growth in the installation of offshore wind farms, JFC Marine offers a comprehensive range of aids to navigation suitable for safe marking of wind farm sites.
Phone: +353 93 24066

Marine Scotland

The Scottish Government is ambitious about the development of the marine energy sector. As the Scottish Government’s marine management directorate, Marine Scotland is responsible for managing Scotland's seas. Marine Scotland will seek to ensure that the development of marine energy is done in a planned and sustainable manner, supported by the best regulatory practice, coherent marine policy and planning and high quality science.
Phone: 01224 876 544

OpenHydro

Coming Soon

ORE Catapult

ORE Catapult is the UK’s flagship technology innovation and research centre for advancing wind, wave and tidal energy. We work closely with partners from across industry and academia, and use our world-leading test and demonstration facilities, to develop new ways of working and prove, de-risk and develop promising new technologies. This helps to reduce the cost of offshore renewable energy, supporting business growth and delivering UK economic benefit.
Phone: 0333 004 1400

Scottish Provincial Press

Scottish Provincial Press are printers of 15 newspaper titles and hundreds of magazines every year. Trade publications include Executive Magazine, The Highlands and Islands Energy Directory, Connect Airport Magazine, Energy North Newspaper and Loganair Inflight magazine. If you wish to target energy related businesses in the Highlands why not get in touch for more information: s.mackay@spp-group.com.

Shepherd + Wedderburn

Shepherd and Wedderburn is a leading UK law firm with an uncompromising commitment to client service. Regarded by many as the go-to firm for specialist advice in the energy sector, we have extensive experience of working on projects in the sector including offshore wind, onshore wind, pumped storage, transmission developments and interconnectors.
Phone: 0131 228 9900

Sustainable Marine Energy

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) is a developer of technical solutions for use in energetic marine environments, which includes integrated, turnkey tidal energy systems and a range of innovative anchoring and mooring products. SME’s tidal energy platforms feature SCHOTTEL HYDRO SIT tidal energy convertors, and are available to suit a range of applications.
Phone: 44 (0)131 285 4620

Wave Energy Scotland

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) – fully funded by the Scottish Government – is taking an innovative and unique approach to the development of wave technology in a new research and development programme. WES is supporting wave energy technology development until the technical and commercial risks are low enough for private investment to re-enter the sector.
Phone: 01463 245 245

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