Renewable energies offshore are becoming a significant contributor to the total energy produced in some countries and the interest in the subject is increasing. This Conference aims to contribute to the exchange of information about the developments and experience obtained in concept development, design and operation of such devices.
The scope of the Conference is broad, covering all aspects of the renewable energies offshore activities including:
• Resource assessment
• Wind Energy
• Wave Energy
• Tidal Energy
• Ocean Energy Devices
• Multiuse Platforms
• PTO design
• Grid connection
• Economic assessment
• Materials and structural design
• Installation planning
• Maintenance planning
• Special Session on Power assessment and fluctuating loads in tidal energy devices
• Special Session on Integration of wave energy into breakwaters
• Special Session on Control of wave energy devices
• Special Session on German floating offshore wind cluster
• Special Session on ARCWIND project on Floating Offshore Wind
Proposals will be accepted for organizers of Special Sessions on topics to be agreed with the organization.
Planned Special Sessions
Power assessment and fluctuating loads in tidal energy devices – Gregory Pinon
Integration of wave energy into breakwaters – Lucia Margheritini
Control of wave energy devices – John Ringwood
German floating offshore wind cluster – Frank Adam
ARCWIND project on Floating Offshore Wind – C. Guedes Soares
Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit their abstract(s), of about 300 words on any of the referred topics. Abstracts should be uploaded directly on the Conference web site. After abstract acceptance, the full paper can be submitted, using the paper template file. Accepted papers will only be published in the conference proceedings under the condition that at least one of the authors is registered. Registered authors can present a maximum of two papers.
Abstract Submission for Review: 15 January 2020
The papers presented at Renew Conference will be included in the Proceedings of the Conference to be published in book and USB format. Proceedings will be published by Taylor & Francis Group.
The conference official language will be English. All abstracts and full-length papers must be submitted in English. No simultaneous translations will be available.
Instructions for Oral Presentation of Papers
Presenters will have 20 minutes to present his/her paper and approximately 3 minutes to reply to any questions made by the audience. Presenters are asked to arrive in the technical session room 15 minutes before the scheduled start, to meet with the Session Chairman.