Cape Sharp Tidal targets summer deployment

Cape Sharp Tidal is preparing to deploy the second of the two 2MW tidal turbines this summer at the Fundy Ocean ...

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AMOG to test wave energy device in Falmouth Bay

Australian engineering company AMOG has secured a grant through Marine-i program that will enable the company to ...

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Minesto eyes vessel for trials

Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto is looking to procure a vessel that will be used for scale testing of its ...

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Video: EEL Energy tests tidal membrane

French developer EEL Energy has released a video of the recently completed trials on its tidal energy prototype ...

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Foundation laid for CorPower wave in Orkney

Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean has completed the foundation installation and the delivery of its C3 ...

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EEL Energy performs tidal membrane try-outs in Brest

French tidal energy developer EEL Energy has conducted trials on its scaled tidal energy prototype in the port of ...

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Oregon’s ports set to exploit wave test center chances

The ports along the coast of Oregon are well positioned to seize the opportunities expected to arise from the ...

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Olympic Subsea eyes renewables lift as it books Q3 loss

Olympic Subsea has reported a net loss of NOK 36 million ($4.36 million) for the third quarter of 2017 as it ...

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Scots form energy ports portal

The Scottish Energy Ports Capability Directory has been launched with the aim to provide up to date technical ...

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Green Marine UK gets certified

Scottish marine services provider Green Marine UK has been awarded the ISO certification for ISO9001:2015, ...

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Space@Sea to prove multi-use potential of floating islands

The Space@Sea project has officially started with the aim of developing a standardized and cost-efficient multi-use ...

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Minesto hires marine operators

Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto has awarded a framework agreement to Holyhead Towing, and Leask Marine ...

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Port of Brest steps up for marine renewables

The French port of Brest has begun upgrading its quay areas to better serve the needs of the marine renewable ...

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Hydrogen fuel cell unveiled in Scotland

The pioneering Surf 'n' Turf hydrogen community energy project has been launched in Orkney by the Scottish ...

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Nautricity to recover tidal turbine for upkeep

Glasgow-based tidal energy developer Nautricity plans to retrieve its CoRMaT tidal turbine for maintenance purposes ...

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#ThrowbackThursday Video: Olympic Zeus installs WaveEL

Take a look at the video of the installation of Waves4Power’s WaveEL wave energy device conducted early in 2016 ...

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Uksnøy inks deal with HydroWave for green power solution

Norway-based owner and offshore vessels provider Uksnøy & Co has signed a contract with HydroWave for the supply of ...

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EMEC boasts first tidal-powered hydrogen generation

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has produced hydrogen gas using electricity generated from tidal energy, ...

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Sabella wraps up cable fix (Gallery)

Sabella has replaced the offshore dry-mate connector of the export cable in the Fromveur Passage, off France, for ...

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Wave Hub concludes cable check-up

Wave Hub has completed the inspection of its subsea cable system installed as part of its wave energy test site ...

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Gallery: Atlantis redeploys third tidal turbine at MeyGen

The photos show the re-installation of a third tidal turbine for the Phase 1A of the MeyGen tidal stream project ...

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Sabella mobilizes Olympic Taurus for cable repair services

French tidal energy developer Sabella has engaged the services of Olympic Shipping’s multi-purpose vessel Olympic ...

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Funding award uplifts Mainstay Marine's MRE capabilities

Mainstay Marine Solutions has secured funding to support the purchase of 150/200 ton amphibian hoist that will ...

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Wave-tricity awards marine support services contract

Welsh wave energy developer Wave-tricity has hired Williams Shipping to tow its 150-tonne wave energy device in the ...

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Historic wrecks to buoy up Wales’ marine renewables sector

Historic wrecks around the Welsh coastline are to play a part in assisting Wales’ growing marine renewable energy ...

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JFMS on point for MeyGen installations

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) is preparing to redeploy the third tidal turbine for the MeyGen project after ...

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Image of the day: OpenHydro turbine ripe for polishing

OpenHydro's tidal turbine, recently retrieved from the seabed off Brittany in France, has reached the coast of ...

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