The Supergen ORE Hub Third Annual Assembly took place from 18 – 22 January 2021, and welcomed over 475 delegates to an online conference centre.
About the Assembly
The conference gave those working in the offshore wind, wave and tidal energy sectors the chance to explore and debate cutting edge research, find out about the latest opportunities and challenges in offshore renewable energy technologies, and network with the offshore renewable community, including academics, industry professionals and policymakers.
The Supergen ORE Hub would also like to say a big thank you to our 59 speakers and panel members, and of course to our delegates for joining us. We hoped you enjoyed the conference.
The links below will direct you to relevant webpages, giving access to pre-recorded videos, recordings of the live sessions, and copy of PDF presentations where applicable. You can also find links to posters, abstracts and videos from our Early Career Researcher community.
If you attended our Annual Assembly and haven’t already completed our feedback survey, it would be much appreciated if you could do so. This will enable us to use your comments to feed into future Supergen ORE Hub events. You can take the survey here, and it will take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
Annual Assembly Resources
- Welcome to the Annual Assembly and update from the Supergen ORE Hub
- Policy Session - Contribution of offshore renewable energy policy to net zero GHG emissions by 2050 and the focus for COP26 - What is the current state?
- Tackling the research challenges: Survivability, Reliability and Design
- International Session: UK-US international collaboration in offshore renewable energy. Opportunities for collaboration and building on recent initiatives
- Tackling the research challenges: Fluid structure seabed interaction
- Tackling the research challenges: Materials and manufacturing
- Actions and initiatives to improve Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the Offshore Renewable Energy industry
- International Session: International collaboration in offshore renewable energy. UK-EU collaboration opportunities post-BREXIT
- Tackling the research challenges: Sensing, control and electro-mechanics
- Tackling the research challenges: Resource and environment characterisation & Survivability, reliability and design
- International Session: International collaboration in offshore renewable energy. Opportunities for collaboration and building on recent initiatives
- Policy Session - How is reaching net zero GHG achievable by 2050? What are the challenges and opportunities for policy intervention?
- Tackling the research challenges: Resource and Environment Characterisation
- Tackling the challenges: Operations, management, maintenance and safety
- Challenges and drivers to improve Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Offshore Renewable research
- Strategy and opportunities in research funding and innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE), and the role of ORE research in achieving net zero