Green hydrogen as fuel for vessels project gets UK funding

Innovate UK has granted £430,000 for a project aiming to integrate a dual fuel system to power a commercial ferry ...

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Tidal support crew wanted for Morlais demo zone

Menter Môn has launched two tenders to support the development of a tidal energy demonstration area proposed off ...

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Carnegie completes offshore survey on Albany wave site

Australian wave energy developer Carnegie Clean Energy has wrapped up a geophysical site survey of the proposed ...

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MeyGen tidal turbines come ashore

SIMEC Atlantis Energy has retrieved two MeyGen tidal power turbines for inspection and maintenance.

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Final countdown on for mint Cape Sharp Tidal turbine splash

A so-called ‘dry’ Cape Sharp Tidal turbine – denoting the fact it was never before deployed in sea – has been towed ...

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Nearshore Beaufort Sea under wave project characterization

ACEP’s Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center team is gearing up to undertake oceanographic work on the Alaska ...

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PLAT-I steers to Grand Passage as demo boards public check

Nova Scotia’s Department of Energy has opened a 30-day public comment period for the Grand Passage tidal ...

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Scissor table platform uplifts Boldrewood marine energy camp

Bristol-based engineering company Blackfish has completed the installation of a lifting platform for the University ...

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PLAT-I en route to Canada

Sustainable Marine Energy’s PLAT-I tidal energy platform is currently sailing across the Atlantic towards Canada ...

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Mojo Maritime mends French connection

Specialist marine project management division of James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) - Mojo Maritime - has repaired ...

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Welsh steel sails across Bristol Channel (Video)

Swansea-based wave energy developer Marine Power Systems (MPS) has recently relocated its WaveSub prototype to the ...

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WaveSub checks in at FaBTest wave site

UK wave technology development company Marine Power Systems (MPS) has installed its quarter-scale WaveSub prototype ...

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Orkney’s marine supply chain ‘logs in’ to Microsoft

Scottish marine service provider Green Marine has submerged another piece of innovative technology into Orkney’s ...

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A&P Group renews renewables business push

Global ship repair, conversion and marine specialist A&P Group has announced the appointment of a new Business ...

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Carnegie kicks off Albany wave site geophysical survey

Carnegie Clean Energy has started the geophysical survey activities off Western Australia at a project site planned ...

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Minesto checks second Deep Green installation phase off list

Marine energy developer Minesto has completed the second offshore installation phase of its 500kW Deep Green ...

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Alaskan wave energy research project restarts

Researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks have resumed survey activities in Alaska in support of the ...

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SolstadFarstad picks DP assurance software providers

Norwegian offshore service and supply ship company SolstadFarstad has awarded a five-year contract to Global ...

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Swedish tidal test in need of Northern Ireland marine aid

Marine energy developer Minesto is looking to enter into a framework agreement for marine operations services at ...

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UK consortium launches marine energy cost-cutting DP barge

The consortium, led by ITPEnergised, has launched a low-cost dynamic positioning (DP) barge which is expected to ...

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J Mitchell Fishing nets vessel contract with Minesto

Minesto has awarded J Mitchell Fishing with a contract for the provision of a vessel that will support scale ...

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Working at the Bottom of the Bay

How Nova Scotia companies are making the most of Fundy’s tidal energy

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Seatricity moorings set for summer decommissioning

Wave energy developer Seatricity has set a timetable to remove all residual mooring equipment used for Oceanus 2 ...

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EEL Energy kicks off new real sea testing campaign

French tidal energy developer EEL Energy has started a new set of real sea trials on its undulating tidal membrane ...

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Nautricity’s tidal turbine up for retrieval

Scottish tidal energy developer Nautricity plans to retrieve its CoRMaT tidal turbine installed off Orkney next week.

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WaveSub sails through tow tests (Video)

Swansea-based wave energy developer Marine Power Systems (MPS) has concluded tow testing of the WaveSub wave energy ...

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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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