Marine moorings to get load prediction fail-safe tool

Spanish companies and research centers have joined forces to design a durable load prediction technology to ...

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Exceedence fundraiser scores 20% more

Irish renewables fintech start-up Exceedence has raised over £300,000 in a crowdfunding campaign set to close in ...

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Ocean power cable protection put to test in France

The casting subsidiary of Farinia Group – FMGC – has installed the cast iron shells (IBOCS) used to ballast subsea ...

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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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Scissor table platform uplifts Boldrewood marine energy camp

Bristol-based engineering company Blackfish has completed the installation of a lifting platform for the University ...

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Ireland’s emerging marine post €400M turnover last year

Emerging marine industries had a turnover of €398 million and provided employment to over 2,000 full-time ...

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New wave energy mooring rope hits BiMEP waters

The elastomeric mooring tethers, said to be in position to address cost and reliability challenges associated with ...

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Scotland to map marine economic buzz

The Scottish government is looking to commission a set of case studies to characterize the economic activity and ...

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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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Orkney’s marine renewables research campus set for buildout

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Orkney Islands Council (OIC) have awarded a £5.4 million construction ...

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Novel marine renewables connector scoops prize

Tension Technology International (TTI) and its partners have won an award for a novel multi-material connector ...

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Speakers line-up forming for Marine Energy Wales conference

The organizers of the Marine Energy Wales conference have announced keynote speakers which include officials from ...

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Cornish marinetech businesses get online base

Marine Hub Cornwall has launched a new website to showcase the region’s resources and expertise for marine ...

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Aquatera scouts for renewable energy professionals

Orkney-based energy and environmental consultancy Aquatera is looking to expand its team with two new job openings.

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Welsh Secretary Cairns highlights support for tidal & wave

Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns visited some of Pembrokeshire’s leading marine renewables tech firms to underline his ...

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ICES arranges workshop on marine renewables

The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) has organized a workshop on marine renewable energy ...

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OES reports on marine renewables permitting know-how

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has published a paper that describes the state of knowledge that drives permitting ...

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Marine Institute seeks ocean energy test support officer

Marine Institute of Ireland is looking to hire a Scientific and Technical Officer (STO) to support marine ...

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Chile makes progress with marine biocorrosion solution

Marine Energy Research and Innovation Center (MERIC) of Chile has obtained 'promising' results from the testing of ...

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French marine body seeks tidal farms specialist

French national institute dedicated to marine renewable energy research France Energies Marines (FEM) is looking to ...

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Galway Bay marine renewables test site good to go

The Irish government has granted a foreshore lease to the Marine Institute to install a quarter scale renewable ...

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