Top news, July 16 – 22, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from July 16 – 22, 2018.

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RiaSoR2 uploads wave of directives

The Reliability in a Sea of Risk 2 (RiaSoR 2) project has published new reports on condition monitoring systems, ...

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Wave energy test buoy hits waters off Galicia

A wave energy demonstration buoy, developed as part of the LifeDemoWave project, has been deployed off Punta ...

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Spain floats out marine lab to fight fouling and corrosion

The BiMEP center, an open-sea test area located off the Spanish north coast, has welcomed the prototype HarshLab ...

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IEC guides early-stage wave operations closer to sea

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has published a technical specification paper with guidelines and ...

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Photo(s) of the day: Tension tethers ocean currents

More details about the development of the FTMC Turbine – being delivered through UK-Spanish partnership to harness ...

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Business input sought for Cornish marine 'Towards 2030' plan

An industry position paper outlining what needs to be done to make Cornwall a world-leader in marine offshore ...

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Wave energy materials get ‘concrete’ government support

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has awarded contracts with a total value of £1.4 million to three innovation projects ...

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Final countdown on for mint Cape Sharp Tidal turbine splash

A so-called ‘dry’ Cape Sharp Tidal turbine – denoting the fact it was never before deployed in sea – has been towed ...

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Asian Wave and Tidal Energy Conference 2018

The event will be a platform for engineers, researchers, experts to keep abreast of the current state-of-the-art advancements in ocean energy…

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FWP Atlantic Forum

The FWP Atlantic Forum has been designed as an immersive experience in the floating wind power sector, offering feedback…

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Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2018

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is Europe’s leading offshore energy event. It is unique in bringing together the oil & gas…

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Nordic marine set for Brussels showcase

Marine energy developers from the Nordic countries will showcase the advancements achieved in the sector through ...

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Red colors OPT’s year-end financials

Wave energy developer based in the USA - Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) – has reported 7% higher net loss for the ...

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UK marine energy test centers join forces for Welsh newbie

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Wave Hub have signed an agreement with Marine Energy Wales to provide ...

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DesignPro lifts veil off hydrokinetic device

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has unveiled its new and improved turbine design for its 25kW hydrokinetic ...

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New framework adopted for south English sea control

The UK government has adopted a new framework for managing marine activities around the south coast of England, ...

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Nearshore Beaufort Sea under wave project characterization

ACEP’s Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center team is gearing up to undertake oceanographic work on the Alaska ...

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America boosts alternative marine energy uses

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded around $2 million to further advance the development of a ...

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PLAT-I steers to Grand Passage as demo boards public check

Nova Scotia’s Department of Energy has opened a 30-day public comment period for the Grand Passage tidal ...

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OTEC team moves plans to Virgin Islands

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) is sending its OTEC EcoVillage Team to the Virgin Islands this week to ...

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Oz virtual marine energy cluster scans for leadership

The Australian Marine Energy Taskfoce (AMET) is looking for business representatives that would provide guidance ...

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Barbados targets ocean potential

The government of Barbados has opened a tender for consulting services for a wide range of technical studies ...

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Top news, July 9 – 15, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from July 9 - 15, 2018.

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Subsea power-storage hybrid turns European Rising Star

East Coast Oil and Gas Engineering (EC-OG) has been named as ‘Rising Star’ at the European Business Awards for the ...

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Wave device in need of air turbine

Australian wave developer with offices in Wales – Bombora Wave Power – is seeking a supplier of an air turbine that ...

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Scissor table platform uplifts Boldrewood marine energy camp

Bristol-based engineering company Blackfish has completed the installation of a lifting platform for the University ...

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Ocean current turbine demo scores more

A small-scale tidal current turbine demonstrator, being developed by Spanish Seasplace and UK’s Magnomatics, has ...

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Tidal ‘old lady’ still powers third of Guernsey island

Operating for over 50 years, the Rance tidal power plant – located in the estuary of the Rance River in France – ...

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Data gathering buoys bob to Albany test site waves

New technology, said to measure ocean waves and currents with greater accuracy than ever before, is being deployed ...

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