Sponsors

About Sponsorship

Our Pubinars are made possible with generous donations from sponsors who support our aims. We are extremely grateful for their assistance!

Sponsors pay £150 to book the Golf Tavern for a Pubinar. That money then goes to provide food for the evening (it’s the Golf Tavern’s system).

Sponsors get their logo, a link, and description on our website and on marketing for the pubinar. And they are invited to give a short presentation on the evening they sponsor.

2019-2020 Sponsors


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Xodus Group is one of the world’s leading offshore energy consultancies providing technical, environmental and engineering support to a wide range of clients within the oil and gas and offshore wind and marine renewables (wave and tidal) industries. Xodus was established in 2006 and has around 250 staff, with two large hub offices (Aberdeen and London) with satellite offices throughout the UK. The integration of technical advisory, engineering, management consultancy, environmental and social assessment, and sustainability appraisal not only enables us to provide a holistic support service to clients but creates a platform for sharing ideas and lessons learned from different industries and across teams, enabling us to continuously develop and enhance our offering to clients

2018-2019 Sponsors


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Established in 2003, EMEC is the world’s leading facility for demonstrating, testing and verifying wave and tidal energy converters in real sea conditions. The centre offers independent, accredited grid-connected test berths for full-scale prototypes, as well as test sites in less challenging conditions for use by smaller scale technologies, supply chain companies, and equipment manufacturers.

To date, more marine energy converters have been deployed in Orkney, Scotland, than at any other single site in the world with 20 wave and tidal energy clients spanning 11 countries having tested 31 marine energy devices.


IMechE

Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) was founded 1847 and strives to improve the world through engineering with over 120,000 members in 140 countries. The institute helps develop engineers and promote engineering in several industry sectors (such as Aerospace, Power & Energy, Manufacturing and Railway) through events, workshops, training and more.

The Edinburgh and South East Scotland Young Members Panel exists to engage like-minded individuals and stimulate discussion, through offering activities that are not possible, or preventatively expensive, without the support of the Institution.