Scotland toughens up on greenhouse gas emissions

Scottish government has published a new climate change legislation under which it commits to target 90% reduction ...

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US marine energy performance metrics up for public input

The Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) of the US Department of Energy is requesting feedback from the public on ...

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Life DemoWave buoys reach installation site

Two wave energy buoys, built as part of the EU-backed Life DemoWave project, have been transported to Punta ...

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Seabased rounds up €715K crowdfunding cash

Swedish wave energy company Seabased has closed the crowdfunding campaign on the Invesdor platform having secured ...

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Floating storage prototype takes official dip in Malta

The FLASC team of the University of Malta has officially launched the scaled offshore floating platform prototype ...

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Carnegie rides €3.4M investment wave

Carnegie Clean Energy has raised Au$5.3 million (€3.4 million) to grow its solar, battery and wave energy businesses.

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Resen Waves launches £2.5M fundraiser with UK tax relief bit

Danish developer Resen Waves has kicked off a capital raising campaign whose proceedings will be used to further ...

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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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AREG invites member input for EU marine energy project

Working with organizations across Europe, the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is calling for input from its ...

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Top news, May 14 – 20, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from May 14 - 20, 2018.

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OPT appoints global business development lead

Wave energy company Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has named Matthew May as the company’s Vice President for Global ...

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US DOE spells out rules & regs for $23M marine energy call

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has released an informational webinar to explain in more detail the recently ...

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EU pairs ocean energy innovators with investors

Hundreds of innovative entrepreneurs and leading investors from across Europe have gathered in Brussels aiming to ...

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Investment wave brings in $5 million for Aquanet Power

Hong Kong-based clean technology developer Aquanet Power has completed its second round of capital raising, ...

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UK: CfD rules redo raises extra £1.5 billion cost

Investigation into the United Kingdom’s 2017 auction for low-carbon electricity generation contracts has revealed ...

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Surf wave-harnessing energy project kicks off in Maldives

The collaborative project, looking to exploit the surf waves to produce clean electricity, has been officially ...

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Marine-i talks survey and marine data technology

Marine-i, a pioneering program designed to boost the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, ...

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Technology sharing to cut costs of offshore renewables

Sharing innovation, systems and proven cost-cutting practices between offshore wind and tidal and wave energy ...

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Seabased scores 40MW Caribbean wave energy deal

Swedish wave energy company Seabased has signed an agreement with Bermuda General Agency (BGA) to deliver two 20MW ...

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Australian taskforce eyes virtual marine energy cluster

The Australian Marine Energy Taskfoce (AMET), a working group of Australia's marine energy technology and project ...

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Top news, May 7 - 13, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from May 7 - 13, 2018.

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Welsh bag EU boost for technical skills in emerging sectors

Wales has benefited from £1.4 million additional EU funding secured last month that will be used to help more than ...

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Renewable energy jobs surpass 10 million for the first time

The renewable energy industry created more than 500,000 new jobs globally in 2017 - a 5.3% increase from 2016, ...

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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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Indonesia, South Korea team up for marine energy

The governments of Indonesia and South Korea have signed an agreement to establish a research center for marine ...

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Stronger marine energy focus becomes part of NSRI's strategy

The UK National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has unveiled a plan to enhance its offerings to better support ...

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WaveRoller up for new round of trials at Queen’s Uni Belfast

Finnish developer AW-Energy has secured additional funding from the MaRINET2 program to continue WaveRoller device ...

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