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6th EnergyDATA Workshop

Technical event setup, showing virtual speaker on monitor and two in person presenters.
In person and virtual speakers discussing marine hydrogen at the 6th EnergyDATA Workshop.

A forum for those working in the energy and data community

The EnergyDATA workshops connect and update industry, academia and government on energy related research and projects happening in Atlantic Canada and beyond. 

By helping industry solve their real-world challenges through hands-on research, NSCC plays a key role in the development of sustainable ocean technologies and services. This year’s workshop theme, the future of marine technologies, tied in with Applied Energy Research's upcoming Clean Marine Propulsion Lab and the types of projects NSCC’s ocean research and development centre, SEATAC, is supporting. Drawing on the College's resources and well-equipped facilities, SEATAC offers services that increase productivity and innovation of small- and medium-sized enterprises in the ocean sector.

The original plan had been to hold this year's workshop in person at the Halifax Central Library. Unfortunately, with the arrival of the Omicron variant the team had to pivot and move the event to a virtual format. 

The workshop was a hybrid event live streamed from the Centre for Ocean Venture and Entrepreneurship (COVE) on February 18. Local speakers attended in person while non-local speakers attended virtually through Zoom. 

Recording of the 6th EnergyDATA Workshop

For those that were unable to attend but are interested in learning more about data's role in the evolution of ocean technology as this sector moves into the world of electric, hybrid and autonomous vessels, check out the recording of the 6th EnergyDATA Workshop.

We look forward to seeing you in person at the 7th EnergyDATA Workshop in 2023. 

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