Final Call for Energy-Water Desalination Hub Concept Papers

The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), invests in ...

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MarineSpace Boosts Its Team

Marine planning and environmental consultancy, MarineSpace Ltd, has strengthened its team with two new ...

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SmartBay NIAP launches new funding call

The call for applications under the Marine Institute SmartBay National Infrastructure Access Programme (NIAP) has ...

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NREL outlines great potential for floating solar systems

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers have produced the first estimate of the floating solar ...

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OTEC concept set for global clean power stage (Video)

Take a look at the Global OTEC Resources' video to see its ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) plant in ...

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NEMOS builds up clean power research momentum

German company NEMOS has made design and construction progress on both its next-generation wave power prototype, as ...

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Subhub positions onshore ahead of early new year clean start

Scottish engineering consultancy QED Naval has moved its newly-built Subhub tidal power platform to Belfast ...

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Slow Mill drops anchor in the Wadden Sea

Dutch company Slow Mill Sustainable Projects has placed the first piece of its wave energy converter into the ...

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German wave power start-up eyes Dutch ABC islands

SINN Power has presented the potential of its wave energy technology for providing clean and renewable power to ...

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US small ocean energy businesses up for $20M gov grants

US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued its second funding opportunity for small businesses to address multiple ...

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Eleven companies in line for Swansea Bay lagoon development

Eleven companies and organizations have expressed an interest in delivering a tidal lagoon for Swansea Bay, the ...

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Marine Energy Alliance opens first call for applications

The first Call for Applications of the Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) opened on December 17, 2108. The aim of MEA is ...

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French tidal turbine armors with smart monitoring

French tidal energy company Sabella has teamed up with QOS Energy to improve the performance monitoring of its ...

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Ofgem proposes changes to Orkney tidal power link

UK energy regulator Ofgem has put forward changes to Scottish and Southern Energy Networks' (SSEN) plan to build a ...

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SINN Power ‘recollects’ wave power mementos

In a retrospective of the past year, German wave energy start-up SINN Power has looked back on wave energy ...

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Welsh tidal welcomes new First Minister Drakeford

Mark Drakeford has won the Welsh Labour leadership election, and officially became the First Minister for Wales, ...

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American energy-water desal hub gets $100M gov funds

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $100 million to establish an Energy-Water Desalination Hub that ...

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Partrac delivers site characterization for Morlais tidal

Scottish marine survey specialist Partrac has conducted a detailed geophysical survey of the Morlais Tidal ...

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France Energies Marines joins OES environmental crew

French marine industry body France Energies Marines (FEM) has joined the Ocean Energy Systems (OES)-led ...

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OERA opens targeted tidal research call

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has launched a call for research proposals for tidal ...

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BOLT Lifesaver runs over 50 days at 100% uptime

Norwegian company Fred. Olsen has informed its BOLT Lifesaver wave energy device passed 50 days of non-stop power ...

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North Sea Region funds ocean energy pilots scale-up

The Ocean Energy Scale-up Alliance (OESA) project, coordinated by the Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC), has ...

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Alaska wave buoy gets carried away

A Spoondrift wave buoy that ACEP's researchers deployed as part of Sandia National Laboratories project to improve ...

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Scottish industry body calls for tidal & wave budget backing

Scottish Renewables has called on the Scottish government to support renewable energy in its draft budget, which is ...

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Top news, December 3 - 9, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from December 3 - 9, 2018.

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Marine license clears Penguin’s way to Orkney

A marine license for the installation of a wave energy array consisting of three Wello’s Penguin devices has been ...

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Marine energy wins big at Scottish Green Energy Awards

Scottish marine energy technology and project developers, and the supporting supply chain companies, have received ...

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