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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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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Lifesaver powers on beyond initial commissioning

BOLT Lifesaver wave energy device, developed by Norwegian company Fred. Olsen, has maintained continuous power ...

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Video: DesignPro Renewables deploys tidal turbine at SEENEOH

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has released a video of the September 2018 deployment of its 25kW hydrokinetic ...

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Sabella sends off D10 tidal turbine to installation site

French company Sabella has started the redeployment operation of its D10 tidal energy turbine at the Fromveur ...

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Sabella braces D10 for October tides

French tidal energy company Sabella has completed the optimization works on its 1MW tidal energy turbine which ...

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Upgraded Lifesaver fit to size up Hawaii’s swells

Fred. Olsen wave energy converter – BOLT Lifesaver – has been fully upgraded ahead of six-month deployment off the ...

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Irish tidal turbine ready to tap Garonne River’s flows

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has launched the 25kW hydrokinetic turbine for its first round of trials at the ...

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Spanish floating tidal turbine checks in to Orkney

The ATIR tidal turbine – developed by Spanish company Magallanes Renovables – has concluded its journey from Spain ...

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Tidal pioneer floats out to make room for optimized sibling

Scotrenewables Tidal Power has started working on the removal of its record-breaking SR2000 tidal power turbine ...

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Mooring deployment for wave project concludes in Alaska

Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) researchers have concluded three weeks of fieldwork on the Beaufort Sea ...

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American wave-powered buoy reaches the Adriatic

US-based Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has shipped its PB3 PowerBuoy to Italy for the upcoming deployment for oil ...

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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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In-stream tidal giant connects to Nova Scotia power grid

Two days after touching the Canadian seabed in the Bay of Fundy – the 2MW tidal turbine, deployed by Cape Sharp ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal scores Bay of Fundy touchdown

A brand new 2MW tidal energy turbine has been deployed to the seabed of the Bay of Fundy in Canada as part of Cape ...

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Spain floats out marine lab to fight fouling and corrosion

The BiMEP center, an open-sea test area located off the Spanish north coast, has welcomed the prototype HarshLab ...

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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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DesignPro device optimization pushes back SEENEOH splash

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has rescheduled the deployment of its device at the French testing site SEENEOH ...

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Naval Group and Microsoft install marine-powered datacenter

French industrial and defense giant Naval Group has collaborated with Microsoft on the second phase of Natick ...

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Sabella aims for end-of-summer D10 splash

French tidal energy company Sabella has started new set of tests on its D10 tidal energy turbine ahead of its ...

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OIST to trial wave energy units in the Maldives

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has signed a memorandum of understanding ...

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