EWTEC 2021

The 14th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference

The University of Plymouth are delighted to be hosting the 14th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference on 5th to 9th September 2021, and welcoming the wave and tidal community to the city of Plymouth and the University.

The University of Plymouth is located on the beautiful coastline of South Devon, and at the heart of the very centre of the city. We’re one of the largest Universities in the region, and our world-leading researchers and state-of-the-art test facilities attracts some of the top marine-related academic and commercial research projects from around the world.

Plymouth and its stunning historical waterfront location, rich maritime history, natural harbour and diversity in fish and marine life in Plymouth Sound, has led to it being named as the UK’s first National Marine Park. We’ve also been named as one of the best holiday destinations for 2020* and the friendliest city in the UK*.

With excellent transport links, breath-taking views of the coast and countryside, range of restaurants, quirky independent and top brand shops, Plymouth has something for everyone.

We look forward to welcoming you to our vibrant city for EWTEC 2021.

Professor Deborah Greaves OBE,
Chair of EWTEC 2021 (and Director of the Supergen ORE Hub, University of Plymouth)

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities

A number of exciting opportunities will be available soon for conference sponsorship, marketing and the EWTEC2021 exhibition. Find out how you can be involved in the prestigious European Wave and Tidal Energy 2021 conference event by contacting info@ewtec.org.

International Marine Energy Journal

Outstanding papers will be selected and considered for review and publication in the International Marine Energy Journal (IMEJ). The IMEJ (ISSN 2631-5548) is the associated journal of the European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference.

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