Clean Maritime Showcase Event – Presentations

On the 16th of June at MDL Marinas around 70 businesses gathered together to hear about developments in clean maritime. The event was part of the Green Tech Boatshow which enabled the public to access clean marine products and services to make their boating more sustainable.

Slides from the event are available below:

Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 2 and UK SHORE, Katie Knight, Department for Transport

University of Exeter, Clean Maritime Propulsion, Prof Chris Smith

Sail GP – Accelerating The Energy Transition, Tom Verity

Wings, Wind and Clouds: Decarbonising Shipping in the 21st century Wingtek, Neil Richards

National Composite Centre, Gary Offord and Will Grocott

Connected Places Catapult, Thomas White

Knowledge Transfer Network, Matthew Moss

Driving the Electric Revolution Industrialisation Centre, Rachel Chambers

Shore side charging and a world’s first in Plymouth Sound, Sarah Fear, MeLL project, University of Plymouth

Environmental Issues of Antifouling and Sustainable Solutions, Rik Breur, Finsulate

End of Life and Composites a Southwest Solution, James Scott-Anderson, Blue Parameters

Sustainability at Princess Yachts, Nick Smith

The Green Blue and Green Marine Innovation Challenges, Kate Fortnam, the Green Blue and Phil Horton, RYA

Innovate UK Edge, Deborah Watson

The next event will be at Plymouth Marine Laboratories with the following draft agenda

9th Sept – 13:00 – 16:00

12:00 – Networking lunch

13:00 – Review of Clean Maritime Roadmap deliver since July 21 with discussion on how each element could be expanded over the next year.

Sheldon Ryan, Chris Smith, Sarah Fear, Paul Singer.

13:30 – What has changed in a year – National Shipbuilding Strategy, MCCO, UK SHORE.

Dial in from:


DIT – Maritime Capability Office

Innovate UK/KTN – Funding for clean maritime

National Shipbuilding Office

14:30 break

15:00 – Time for case studies/presentations from regional partners (please contact to book a slot)