FORESEA-backed demonstrator hits SEM-REV waters

The SEM-REV marine renewables test site, located off the western coast of France, has welcomed the installation of ...

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IRENA: Six-fold increase in RE deployment needed

A six-fold increase in renewable energy deployment is required to limit global temperature rise to two degrees and ...

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Joint US-Israel program opens renewable energy funding call

BIRD Energy program is offering a $1 million grant per one joint US-Israel innovative project from all areas of ...

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FORCE seeks environmental lead

The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) is looking for a Science Director to oversee all components of ...

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Marine energy hits 500MW in a year behind us

New data released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has shown the renewable energy sector’s ...

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OIST to trial wave energy units in the Maldives

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has signed a memorandum of understanding ...

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Nautricity recovers tidal turbine for check-up

Glasgow-based tidal energy developer Nautricity has retrieved its tidal turbine from the European Marine Energy ...

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DesignPro Renewables targets fall for 60kW device testing

Irish start-up DesignPro Renewables has revealed plans to deploy its 60kW hydrokinetic device for testing in the ...

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OPERA wave project to present findings at ICOE 2018

The EU-funded OPERA project will disseminate the results of the initiative which aims to halve the cost of wave ...

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Tocardo puts its bankruptcy puzzle together

Dutch tidal energy developer Tocardo International has provided more information on the activities which led to its ...

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UK: Green Finance Taskforce calls for ‘one-stop-shop’ body

The Green Finance Taskforce has published a report ‘Accelerating Green Finance’ which calls on the government to ...

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SINN Power all set for Cape Verde wave energy project launch

With the signed agreement between German developer SINN Power and Fazenda de Camarão, SINN Power announced it is ...

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Tidal & wave generate 4GWh in record 2017 for UK renewables

The new UK government’s energy statistics report has shown that renewables share of electricity generation in 2017 ...

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SSEN supplies EMEC with seabed data in support of renewables

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has shared new seabed data with the European Marine Energy Centre ...

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World ocean energy projects put on the map

La Tene Maps, in association with RenewableUK and Ocean Energy Europe, has released a map that shows the ...

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UK scans future marine chances

UK’s Government Office of Science has published a new report that analyzes the future of the sea and sets out the ...

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Sturgeon calls for clarity over renewables post-Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland, has urged the UK government to protect the renewable energy sector ...

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Australian tidal energy mapping kicks off at Banks Strait

The researchers of the AUSTEn project have started field measurements at the Banks Strait as part of a three-year ...

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Top news, March 19 – 25, 2018

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from March 19 – 25, 2018.

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Seabased rides the crest of wave for people, planet & profit

Since inception, the people of Seabased have been driven by a love for the challenge of creating technical ...

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WES awards wave power ‘horizon scanning’ contracts

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has hired a multinational professional services firm Arup, and engineering consultancy ...

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Scottish wind-wave hybrid scheme moves forward

DP Energy and Floating Power Plant (FPP), the developers behind the Katanes wind-wave energy scheme in Scotland, ...

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New pact forms to boost ocean renewable energy

Mercator Ocean and Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) have announced plans to form a partnership in order to support ocean ...

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Nova Scotia offshore revenues facilitate ocean tech funding

The Canadian province of Nova Scotia has announced investments in research related to oceans and clean technologies ...

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What ever happened to the world’s first tidal lagoon?

It’s been more than a year since a government-commissioned report said to get on with it, Zachary Davies Boren from ...

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Researchers log cetacean conduct around DeltaStream turbine

The findings from the fist in-situ passive acoustic monitoring array for marine mammals at an operational tidal ...

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Cornish marinetech businesses get online base

Marine Hub Cornwall has launched a new website to showcase the region’s resources and expertise for marine ...

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