Subhub positions onshore ahead of early new year clean start

Scottish engineering consultancy QED Naval has moved its newly-built Subhub tidal power platform to Belfast ...

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Slow Mill drops anchor in the Wadden Sea

Dutch company Slow Mill Sustainable Projects has placed the first piece of its wave energy converter into the ...

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Top news, December 17 – 23, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from December 17 – 23, 2018.

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Video: Wavepiston v4 installation offshore Denmark

Danish company Wavepiston has released a video showing the recently completed installation of the upgraded energy ...

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Ireland's Lir ocean test facility set for New Year kick-off

The Lir National Ocean Test Facility (Lir-NOTF) will mark the start of the new year by progressing into the ...

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Wave Energy Scotland seeks control systems expertise

Scottish wave body Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is looking to appoint up to three external assessors to provide ...

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German wave power start-up eyes Dutch ABC islands

SINN Power has presented the potential of its wave energy technology for providing clean and renewable power to ...

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CorPower Ocean secures €2.3M investment boost

Swedish developer CorPower Ocean has received over €2 million from the mix of private and industrial investors to ...

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US small ocean energy businesses up for $20M gov grants

US Department of Energy (DOE) has issued its second funding opportunity for small businesses to address multiple ...

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IHES wave power prototype basks under French sun

GEPS Techno’s hybrid WAVEGEM platform, combining solar and wave energy, has been inaugurated at Chantiers de ...

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Wave power for oil and gas ops demo starts in the Adriatic

Ocean Power Technologies’ (OPT) PowerBuoy has been deployed in the Adriatic Sea by oil and gas company Eni in a ...

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Marine Energy Alliance opens first call for applications

The first Call for Applications of the Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) opened on December 17, 2108. The aim of MEA is ...

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Top news, December 10 - 16, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from December 10 - 16, 2018.

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SINN Power ‘recollects’ wave power mementos

In a retrospective of the past year, German wave energy start-up SINN Power has looked back on wave energy ...

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Welsh tidal welcomes new First Minister Drakeford

Mark Drakeford has won the Welsh Labour leadership election, and officially became the First Minister for Wales, ...

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American energy-water desal hub gets $100M gov funds

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $100 million to establish an Energy-Water Desalination Hub that ...

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France Energies Marines joins OES environmental crew

French marine industry body France Energies Marines (FEM) has joined the Ocean Energy Systems (OES)-led ...

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Inyanga-Tech secures marine engineering contract for mWave

Cornish start-up Inyanga-Tech has been hired by Bombora Wave Power Europe for marine engineering services as part ...

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BOLT Lifesaver runs over 50 days at 100% uptime

Norwegian company Fred. Olsen has informed its BOLT Lifesaver wave energy device passed 50 days of non-stop power ...

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EMEC veteran wins International Standards Maker Award

John Griffiths, Associate of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and former Technical and Compliance Director, ...

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North Sea Region funds ocean energy pilots scale-up

The Ocean Energy Scale-up Alliance (OESA) project, coordinated by the Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC), has ...

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Alaska wave buoy gets carried away

A Spoondrift wave buoy that ACEP's researchers deployed as part of Sandia National Laboratories project to improve ...

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Scottish industry body calls for tidal & wave budget backing

Scottish Renewables has called on the Scottish government to support renewable energy in its draft budget, which is ...

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OPT widens losses as PowerBuoy gears up for customers

US-based ocean energy solutions provider Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has recorded 50% increase in net loss for ...

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Bombora engages extreme wave and current testing services

Bombora Wave Power Europe has appointed Northern Ireland-based specialist service provider Applied Renewables ...

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Top news, December 3 - 9, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from December 3 - 9, 2018.

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Marine license clears Penguin’s way to Orkney

A marine license for the installation of a wave energy array consisting of three Wello’s Penguin devices has been ...

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