Top news, Dec 28, 2015 – Jan 3, 2016

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from December 28, 2015 until January 3, 2016.

Top-news-US-DoE-grants-10.5-million-for-next-gen-marine-energy-systems-1024x900US DoE grants $10.5 million for next-gen marine energy systems

US Department of Energy (DoE) has selected six organizations that will receive $10.5 million to support the design and operation of innovative marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) systems through survivability and reliability-related improvements. Projects funded are expected to improve the survivability characteristics and reduce uncertainty regarding installation, operations, and maintenance of MHK systems.

OpenHydro's tidal turbine/Illustration (Photo: MRC)

MRC makes new Board appointments

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors. The new directors bring experience in the marine renewable energy industry and perspectives that will add to the national leadership of the association. The new members of the MRC Board of Directors are Tim Brownlow, Troy Garnett, Marius Lengkeek, and Sue Molloy.

TN-Indian-state-public-wants-tidal-energyIndian state public wants tidal energy

With Odisha’s 430 km of coastline, and topography suitable for using tidal currents to produce electricity, Bhubaneswar-based social outfit Jana Jagaran Manch (JJM) has called the state government to acquire skills and technology for tidal energy utilization in order to meet the energy needs of this Indian state.

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