VIDEO: Salinity gradient for electricity generation

At deltas of rivers where fresh water mixes with salt water, energy associated with the salinity gradient can be ...

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ABS grants AIP for ocean thermal floating plant

ABS has granted approval in principle (AIP) to OTEC International (OTI) for its OTEC floating power plant. The ...

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Seatricity’s Oceanus 2 undergoes winter refit

Oceanus 2 device is back at A&P Falmouth, Seatricity’s manufacturing partner, for a winter refit in preparation ...

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Scots Bay Project active, regardless of the stall

Halcyon Tidal Power has halted the submission of the formal application for the Scots Bay tidal project until the ...

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Pennamaquan tidal project moves forward

FERC has approved the Revised Study Plan submitted for the Pennamaquan Tidal Power Plant Project. Pennamaquan tidal ...

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ORE Catapult sets up subsea installation technology workshop

The workshop will address various aspects associated with subsea installation, specifically focusing on innovations ...

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BioPower completes bioWave construction

BioPower System has completed the construction of its bioWave wave energy device that is scheduled for ocean ...

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Interview: Innovation is over, time for implementation

It is very important that tidal industry gets commercial demonstration projects, and from Tocardo’s point of view ...

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VIDEO: Oyster wave energy device

Aquamarine Power’s Oyster wave energy technology consists of a wave-powered pump that pushes high pressurized ...

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Platform for maritime investments to be launched

The launch of a networking platform on maritime investments, related to smart specialization strategies and EU ...

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UK wave and tidal pros gather in Plymouth

Over 60 industry professionals from across the UK will gather at Plymouth University today to discuss the future ...

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EU member states get help for R&I system reforms

The European Commission has launched a new Policy Support Facility (PSF) to help EU Member States reform their ...

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Albatern bags GBP 400.000 from Scottish Government

Albatern has received investment in the amount of GBP 400.000 from Scottish Government, through the Renewable ...

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Cooperation brings OTEC to Philippines

Akuo Energy has signed an agreement with Bell Pirie Power Corp. and Philippine National Oil Company Renewables ...

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US National Science Foundation aids ocean energy developers

US NSF Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) provides non-dilutive ...

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DHI joins World Ocean Council

DHI aims to better engage in sustainable development of the marine and coastal environment by collaborating with ...

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VIDEO: Protean wave energy converter

The Protean system comprises a point-absorber wave energy converter buoy which floats on the water surface and ...

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Cardiff Tidal Lagoon steps closer to reality

Tidal Lagoon Power has submitted an Environmental Impact Assessment scoping report for a planned tidal lagoon ...

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Saltire Prize to remain unclaimed

Scottish Government’s GBP 10 mln Saltire Prize, designed to accelerate the development of Scottish marine energy, ...

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'Ecosystem services' to provide framework for tidal impacts

Brown University scientists propose that in order to gain the insights into the ecological and socioeconomic ...

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BOM sets up tender for wave power research

Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) is organizing a tender to improve wave power research. The Australian ...

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Carnegie to connect desalination plant to CETO system

Carnegie Wave has announced that its desalination plant on Garden Island has been commissioned off electricity in ...

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RenewableUK praises announced WES funding

RenewableUK applauds the announcement made by Fergus Ewing, Scottish Energy Minister, about the funding Scottish ...

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CableFish to lower cable installation costs up to 75 percent

The new cable installation device is expected to lower the costs of cable installations for up to 75 percent when ...

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Nautricity obtains grid-connected test berth at EMEC

Nautricity, a Scottish tidal turbine developer, will now have access to grid connected tidal test berth at the ...

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Renewables essential to Energy Union

The European Commission published a strategy to renew EU’s energy policy, underlying the important role of next ...

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ETI: Tidal can compete with other renewables, wave cannot

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has published a report on future commercially competitive cost of tidal and ...

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