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The lighthouse of the Jument seen from the sky
26/09/2018

Using the building as an experimental device on a scale of 1:1.

MISTRAL sea test site: Informational meeting
17/09/2018

Informational meeting at Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône city on September 14th.

Example of colonization by benthic species of a sumarine cable - BREBENT Project, FEM-IFREMER
14/08/2018

To study in an integrated way the impact of floating wind farms.

OES Annual Report 2017
13/03/2018

This Annual Report presents an overview of the activities undertaken within OES in 2017, as well as updated country reviews prepared by the Delegates

13/10/2017

Symbole FEM In association with FEM, the ANR announced the winning projects of the 3rd AAP EMR ITE 2017.

Science & Techology Upgrades 2018
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Science & Techology Upgrades 2018

It will be held on 26 November 2018 near Brest, on the eve of the Conference on the Sea Economy. Register now!

France Energies Marines is organizing the second edition of its annual Scientific and Technical Conference on 26 November 2018 near Brest in France. This event will focus on the latest progress in R&D in the field of offshore renewable marine energies.

  

The day will begin with a keynote by Pr Torgeir MOAN, an expert in the field of floating wind turbines from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

  

Four round tables, illustrated by the results of the collaborative R&D projects coordinated by France Energies Marines, will then follow during the day on the following themes:

  • Storms, cyclones, rogue waves: extreme events impacting marine renewable energy devices
  • Bottom-to-surface connections: the challenge of floating wind turbines
  • Food webs and the socio-ecosystem approach: towards a better understanding of the effects of marine renewable energies on the environment
  • French offshore test sites: unique infrastructure to support the development of the sector

  

Register here: Conference 2018.