LONDON (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
Recent increase in support for Wave & Tidal energy in the UK, up from 2 ROCs to 5 ROCs, will stimulate the marine sector. Smart companies are positioning themselves to succeed in this emerging sector now.
Tidal Today, the leading think tank providing independent news and analysis for tidal energy, is proud to be working with Gurit for at least the remainder of 2012 with the sole objective of aiding the experts to showcase their excellence to the tidal energy community.
Will Broad, Chief Analyst at Tidal Today spoke at a recent press event about the partnership. “I am truly delighted to be working alongside Gurit to help them meet their specific objectives not only for 2012, but for long term success. As one of only a handful of companies who can deliver the quality, customer service and this level of excellence in their field I am thrilled to add them to the line-up for this year’s international tidal energy summit.”
Key industry stakeholders such as RWE Npower Renewables and Siemens have already made public, sizeable commitments to tidal energy. They are also part of the industry elite chosen to speak at ITES2012.
Commentary on ITES reached new heights last year and helped reset the benchmark for 2012
“This event has improved year by year and this was the best in terms of representation (interesting attendees) and the agenda was comprehensive” said Peter Fraenkel of Marine Current Turbines Ltd.
VeMarine followed with “As a conference Tidal Today leads the pack, international in outlook and specific in nature this focus makes it a player for your time by discussing that most important of topics...our future”
Gurit made their announcement alongside the press launch of the International Tidal Energy Summit 2012 (ITES2012). The B2B event that brings C-Level executives together to forge commercial partnerships in an environment dedicated to learning and networking with the industry finest.
For further information on the ITES2012 visit the conference website http://www.tidaltoday.com/tidal-conference