MaRINET2 fixes marine call three

The EU-funded MaRINET2 project has set up the third call for free access to testing facilities, designed for ocean ...

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Rural Scots favor waves and tides the most

The independent survey, focused specifically on people living outside urban areas of Scotland, has found the ...

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Intelligent AUVs set for complex offshore tasks

The €17 million SWARMs project is developing autonomous subsea vehicles (AUVs) based on artificial intelligence, ...

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Portugal hosts offshore renewable energy seminar

WavEC Offshore Renewables has organized a seminar that will present major projects on offshore renewable energies ...

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Stewart Marine orders EuroCarrier newbuild

UK-based marine services company Stewart Marine has hired Dutch shipbuilder Neptune Marine to make a bespoke ...

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Marine moorings to get load prediction fail-safe tool

Spanish companies and research centers have joined forces to design a durable load prediction technology to ...

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Top news, October 8 – 14, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from October 8 – 14, 2018.

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Photo of the day: IHES prototype shaping up for ocean splash

The 150kW wave energy prototype – developed by French company GEPS Techno – is taking shape in Saint-Nazaire in ...

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Irish energy chief resigns

Denis Naughten, the minister who was in charge of Ireland's energy and climate action initiatives, has resigned ...

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Crown Estate Scotland hires offshore renewable energy lead

Colin Palmer has been appointed to lead the development of offshore renewable energy and aquaculture for the public ...

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MarineSpace names new Managing Director

UK-based marine consultancy MarineSpace has appointed Phil Durrant to the role of Managing Director.

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Inter-American Development Bank opens blue tech challenge

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has launched a call for proposals for cutting-edge technology projects ...

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ORE Catapult overhauls subsea cable testing prowess

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has taken delivery of a bespoke cable bend fatigue test rig designed ...

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Massachusetts funds marine hydrokinetic data portal

The government of Massachusetts has awarded funding for the establishment of a new oceanographic data portal ...

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HACE device sinks under French waves

Wave energy prototype, developed by the French company Hydro Air Concept Energy (HACE), has partially sunk during ...

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Partrac seeks marine survey crew

Uk-based marine survey specialist Partrac is looking for oceanographers to join its South Devon team and help ...

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CorPower ends Scottish wave demonstration with flying colors

After 18 months of combined dry and ocean testing of C3 wave energy converter, CorPower Ocean completed the ...

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Marine Energy Pavilion to connect offshore with renewables

Twelve international ocean renewable energy companies will showcase their technologies and explore opportunities ...

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Resen Waves reaps £1.3M capital raise benefit

Danish renewable technology company Resen Waves has secured over £1 million to further advance its wave energy ...

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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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Top news, October 1 – 7, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from October 1 – 7, 2018.

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OPERA wave device starts second round of BiMEP trials

The refitted Marmok-A5 device has been installed in the Bay of Biscay, off the north coast of Spain, for the second ...

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Marine renewables of Southeast Asia get eBook profile

Singapore start-up devoted to ocean renewable energy planning and development OceanPixel has together with Seed4Com ...

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Albany wave milestone payment comes with government terms

The government of Western Australia has agreed to pay Carnegie Clean Energy the previously negotiated milestone ...

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Exceedence fundraiser scores 20% more

Irish renewables fintech start-up Exceedence has raised over £300,000 in a crowdfunding campaign set to close in ...

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Guinea scopes out wave of clean energy options

The German clean energy start-up SINN Power has launched a feasibility study on the potential of wave power and ...

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Basques open €500,000 marine renewables demo call

The Basque energy agency Ente Vasco de la Energía (EVE) has launched a call for marine renewable energy ...

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