Ocean Energy Europe 2016, Brussels, 8-9 November

Ocean Energy Europe photo collageOcean Energy Europe’s annual conference and exhibition brings together over 400 professionals for two days of networking, business intelligence and best practice exchange.

Delegates come from all parts of the ocean energy sector, including major technology and project developers, supply chain actors and research institutes.

Ocean Energy Europe 2016 is not only where the industry meets: EU and national decision-makers also attend to meet key players and to develop their impressions of the sector.

The EU Commissioner, the Belgian Energy Minister and the Flemish Energy Minister are among those confirmed for OEE2016

Every year, Ocean Energy Europe leverages its second-to-none industrial and political networks to produce a programme of the highest calibre. Amongst those speaking are:

  • Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
  • Marie-Christine Marghem, the Belgian Minister of Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
  • Bart Tommelein, the Flemish Minister for Finance, Budget and Energy


Bringing you bang up to date: Programme overview now online

Hear first-hand from the developers whose lighthouse projects are hitting the water in 2016. Discover the financial innovations being developed to bring new money into the sector. Get up to speed with from the world leading developers.


Largest ever exhibition…and it’s filling up fast!

Having grown strongly every year, the OEE Exhibition is now the sector’s essential annual exhibiting opportunity, representing a broad cross-section of the industry.  Anchored by several large pavilion stands, this year’s 1250m2 exhibition hall is double the size of last year, and is now over 50% sold out.

Check out the floor plan to join the leading countries, regions and technologies exhibiting so far and send us a booking form to secure your stand.


The event is supported by some of ocean energy’s biggest names, including DCNS, West Normandy Marine Energy (ONEM), DP Energy, SEAI, Invest in Cornwall, Schottel and Bardot Ocean.

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