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ICOE 2014 - International Conference on Ocean Energy

Posted 2013-10-09 in News

Call for Abstracts

The International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE) is the global marine energy event focused on the industrial development of renewable marine energy. Held every two years, the goal of the conference is to share recent experiences from research and demonstration efforts. It aims to accelerate development by stimulating collaboration networks between companies and research and development centres. It also specifically targets engagement of the experience of operators in related marine and power industry sectors.

ICOE 2014 will be held at November 4-6, 2014. The host city for ICOE 2014 is Halifax, in Nova Scotia, Canada.


Deadline: March 15, 2014

Abstract topics should encompass the theme “Advancing an International Ocean Energy Delivery Industry.”

By speaking at and attending ICOE, you will join between 700-900 delegates from around the world to discuss and learn about the leading activities in building the world’s ocean energy industry. Each conference year, the International Committee works to address the most relevant issues affecting the industrial development of ocean energy.

The Call for Abstracts is your opportunity to be a part of the most significant ocean energy event in the world. Presenting at the conference will allow you to:
• present your achievements at the world’s largest ocean energy development event
• share your ideas and achievements with those involved in pilot projects
• look for collaborators for research, development, demonstration or development
• be recognised as a leader in development of this industrial opportunity

For more information about abstract criteria and submission, visit:


OES created an open public archive of materials from each past ICOE events:

The OES is organised under the auspices of the International Energy Agency (IEA) but is functionally and legally autonomous. Views, findings and
publications of the OES do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or its individual member countries.