Connecting gears of the energy transition

The energy transition is one of the greatest challenges of our time.

Global map of OTEC plants comes to light

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has published a map that shows the present status and plans for ocean thermal energy ...

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India picks up pace in ocean energy development

India is making progress on the development of ocean renewable energy projects, especially in the field of ocean ...

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OES sums up ocean energy efforts at ExCo meeting

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has shared the achievements in ocean energy sector during the Executive Committee (ExCo) ...

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Ocean Energy Systems releases 2016 annual report

The Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has published its annual report with an assessment of the current state of the ocean ...

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Ocean energy for islands up for discussion in Singapore

The role of ocean renewable energy as an alternative energy source for islands will be discussed at a workshop in ...

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Experts tackle effectiveness of global ocean energy policies

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has released a report summarized from a workshop held last year that provides analysis ...

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France joins Ocean Energy Systems

France has become the latest member country of the Ocean Energy Systems Technology Collaboration Programme (OES).

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Seabased opens doors to ocean energy organisations

Sweden-based wave energy company Seabased hosted an international study tour of it's manufacturing facilities in ...

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OES: Progress on open sea testing

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has issued the Annual Report for 2015 that presents an overview of the activities ...

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OES advises on overcoming consenting process challenges

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has issued a report that summarizes several aspects of the consenting process for ocean ...

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VIDEO: Methods for harnessing energy from oceans

The Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has launched a new video that describes how the energy of the ocean can be ...

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