OPT forms $10M common stock purchase partnership

American wave energy company Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has entered into $10 million common stock purchase ...

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National lab sets out need for US marine resource inspector

The facility of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) – the National Wind Technology Center – has opened ...

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Protean hires adviser for battery program

Australian based Protean Energy has engaged the services of the energy industry expert Scott Davis who will advise ...

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Laminaria scouts for wave delivery manpower

Belgian start-up Laminaria has opened two vacancies for positions that will help the company undertake project to ...

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Top news, August 6 – 12, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from August 6 - 12, 2018.

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‘King’ Penguin soon to form Scottish clean energy raft

The second version of the Penguin wave energy converter – developed by Finnish company Wello – is said to have ...

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Italian wave machine ready for Mediterranean operation

The upgrade works on the H24 wave energy converter have been completed, and the device – owned by Enel Green Power ...

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Wave2O in the swim for Dutch sustainability jackpot

American company Resolute Marine Energy has made it to the shortlist of 25 sustainability start-ups running for the ...

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EMEC metocean data puts innovation into orbit

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has provided a series of metocean data sets to be used in a new Scottish ...

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ETIP Ocean 2 starts forming ranks

The second iteration of the European Commission-funded European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy ...

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ORE Catapult goes on a recruiting spree

United Kingdom’s technology innovation and research center Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is looking to ...

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Marine renewables fintech firm opens crowdfunding gates

Irish start-up Exceedence has opened the equity crowdfunding campaign to the public after securing almost 60% of ...

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Video: Next-gen German device takes control of Greek waves

German developer SINN Power has been harnessing the power of waves splashing the shores of Crete with its ...

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Scottish wave body seeks external experts

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is looking to appoint three external assessors to provide technical expertise during the ...

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META wave test sites up for resource data check

A tender for resource assessment in the Milford Haven Waterway has been published on Welsh government’s procurement ...

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Europe opens €40 million renewable energy research call

The European Union has opened a €40 million funding call to support research and innovation activities meant to ...

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Top news, July 30 – August 5, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from July 30 – August 5, 2018.

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CorPower Ocean seeks technical project manager

Swedish company CorPower Ocean is looking to hire a Technical Project Manager as it prepares to enter the ...

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TRIAXYS wave buoys set course for Down Under

Canadian company AXYS Technologies has won a tender in partnership with Metocean Services International (MSI) to ...

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Moorings deployed for Alaska wave energy research

Researchers from the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) have deployed mooring equipment in Stefansson Sound ...

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Italians invest €1 million in Australian wave

Australian company Carnegie Clean Energy has signed an agreement with Enel Green Power (EGP) which will see the ...

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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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Tides wash away OpenHydro

French-based Naval Energies – the parent company of tidal stream technology outfit OpenHydro – has decided to stop ...

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UK centers on solar, tidal, and wave energy research co-ops

The UK government-funded Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has invested £16 million into ...

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Ostend tower to light the course for marine energy research

A technical due diligence process for the Ostend research tower – a test platform being developed by German ...

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Ireland backs broader support scheme for renewables

The government of Ireland has approved the new Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) which is expected to ...

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ACEP names new deputy director for research

Jeremy Kasper has been named a Deputy Director of the research department at the Alaska Center for Energy and Power ...

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