Insights and Innovations: Our Experience at Aquaculture UK 2024

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A few weeks back I had the pleasure of attending the Aquaculture UK exhibition at the beautiful Aviemore in Scotland, accompanied by our Sales Director, Egil Hjelmeland. This event was a bustling hub of activity, filled with fascinating individuals and companies passionate about advancing the aquaculture industry. It was an enriching experience where we deepened our understanding of the Scottish salmon farming sector, interacting with fish farmers, suppliers, and other stakeholders.

One of the highlights of our visit was the opportunity to present at the Innovation Theatre. We had the honor of showcasing what Inseanergy can offer to the aquaculture industry, focusing on our solutions for reducing CO2 emissions and cutting operational costs. Our approach leverages clean, self-produced renewable energy from the sun to power feed barges, demonstrating our commitment to sustainability and efficiency in aquaculture operations.

Beyond the formal presentations, the exhibition provided a wonderful platform to reconnect with old friends and forge new relationships. The sense of community and shared purpose was noticeable, and we were thrilled to engage in meaningful discussions about the future of fish farming.

The Awards Dinner was another highlight, celebrating the outstanding achievements within the industry. It was inspiring to see so many deserving winners recognized for their contributions to aquaculture. The evening was not only a celebration of innovation and excellence, but also a testament to the collaborative spirit driving the industry forward.

Our time in Scotland was both productive and enjoyable, leaving us inspired and eager to return. The knowledge gained and the connections made at Aquaculture UK will undoubtedly inspire and enhance our work at Inseanergy. We are already looking forward to our next visit to this beautiful part of the world, ready to contribute further to the sustainable growth of the aquaculture industry.

 

Jan Erik Våge Klepp