Shareholders step in to save OpenHydro

The High Court of Ireland has reportedly appointed an interim examiner for the OpenHydro group of companies in a ...

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Emera’s involvement in Cape Sharp Tidal ends

Emera has withdrawn from the joint venture Cape Sharp Tidal it formed with now defunct OpenHydro stating the ...

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Sabella responds to Naval Energies move

French tidal energy technology developer, Sabella, has commented on the implications of Naval Energies' recent ...

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Three-bladed turbine set for French tidal stream spinback

In the fallout of the OpenHydro liquidation, the Chief Executive Officer of another tidal stream technology company ...

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OpenHydro another casualty of innovation ‘valley of death’

Reacting to the liquidation of its first ever tidal energy client, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) said ...

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Tides wash away OpenHydro

French-based Naval Energies – the parent company of tidal stream technology outfit OpenHydro – has decided to stop ...

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EU nods yes for Raz Blanchard tidal energy demonstration

The European Commission has found a French project promoting electricity generation from tidal energy – a 14MW ...

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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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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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Kyuden Mirai, Cape Sharp first to get Cherbourg turbines

The new tidal turbine plant in Cherbourg, France, built in only ten months and officially launched on June 14, will ...

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Naval Energies opens Cherbourg tidal turbine plant

Naval Energies (former DCNS) and its subsidiary OpenHydro officially opened their tidal turbine plant in Cherbourg ...

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OpenHydro endures Fall of Warness tidal run

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has last week paid a visit to its tidal testing site at Fall of Warness – ...

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Naval Energies to cut workforce

Naval Group’s subsidiary for marine renewable energies Naval Energies is planning to reduce its workforce due to ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal delays second turbine deployment

Cape Sharp Tidal has delayed the deployment of the second tidal turbine in the Bay of Fundy for the first half of 2018.

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Cape Sharp Tidal turbine servicing steady at Port Saint John

Cape Sharp Tidal has informed it is continuing with the maintenance and retrofitting operations on its tidal ...

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Image of the day: OpenHydro turbine ripe for polishing

OpenHydro's tidal turbine, recently retrieved from the seabed off Brittany in France, has reached the coast of ...

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Cherbourg tidal assembly plant set for construction start

Naval Energies will officially launch the construction of a purpose-built tidal turbine assembly facility at ...

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Australia to map tidal energy potential

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has provided funding for the study that will map and explore the future ...

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Turbulent tides hit Alderney

Alderney Commission for Renewable Energy (ACRE) has reportedly cancelled the agreement with Alderney Renewable ...

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BFIFA voices concerns on Cape Sharp Tidal turbine move plans

The Bay of Fundy Inshore Fishermen's Association (BFIFA) has expressed concerns over Cape Sharp Tidal's proposal to ...

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