Top news, December 24 – 30, 2018

MarineEnergy.biz has compiled the top news from marine energy industry from December 24 – 30, 2018. Minesto starts ...

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EMEC reflects on favorable waves and tides of 2018

The team of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has made a recap of the achievements made throughout 2018 at ...

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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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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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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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SEA Wave crew to assess wave environmental effects

A European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) project has been launched to address long-term environmental concerns ...

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Second Penguin gets ready for Orkney’s waves

Finnish company Wello has released a photo of the second version of its Penguin wave energy device that will soon ...

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EMEC explores hydrogen by-products use

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has started collaborating with Zero Waste Scotland on a project to ...

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Orbital Marine unveils O2 turbine blueprints

Scottish tidal developer Orbital Marine Power has presented the designs of its commercial production tidal turbine ...

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NeSSIE developers schedule one-to-one with supply chain

Stage one developers for the NeSSIE project have organized a webinar to offer clarifications to the supply chain ...

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NeSSIE champs invite renewables lot to the loch

Three offshore renewable project developers, selected in the first stage of the NeSSIE project, have launched a ...

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Orbital Marine grabs over €1 million tidal funds

Scottish tidal turbine developer Orbital Marine Power, and drivetrain solutions provider SKF, have been awarded ...

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Marine energy brings Barbados govt to Orkney and Glasgow

An 11-strong delegation from the Government of Barbados has visited the Orkney Islands and Glasgow to find out more ...

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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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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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EMEC starts forming ITEG ranks

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking for professionals that will work on the EU-backed project ...

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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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EMEC ends integrated subsea cable monitoring system try-outs

An Innovate UK-funded project focused on developing a smart integrated monitoring system for offshore energy subsea ...

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Printed electrodes set to bring budget green hydrogen

Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University will test a novel and cheaper way of producing electrodes for ...

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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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