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Aquatera, EMEC, PNNL Host Renewable Energy Symposium

Aquatera, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (PNNL), recently ...

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FORESEA Recommends Five Projects under 5th Call

The EU-funded FORESEA (Funding Ocean Energy through Strategic European Action) programme has awarded ...

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Renewable Energy Marketplace Goes Online

The ecompany Ltd has launched the latest version of RE-search, an online renewable energy marketplace aimed at ...

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Study: North Sea Rocks as Future Renewable Energy Stores

Rocks in the seabed off the UK coast could provide long-term storage locations for renewable energy production, new ...

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Black & Veatch Highlights UK Director for Renewable Energy

Black & Veatch UK director for Renewable Energy, Robbie Gibson, believes that asset optimisation will be as ...

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Ireland's Lir ocean test facility set for New Year kick-off

The Lir National Ocean Test Facility (Lir-NOTF) will mark the start of the new year by progressing into the ...

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Global OTEC Resources unveils floating OTEC concept

UK company Global OTEC Resources has released images of its first design concepts for the company’s 1MW floating ...

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Ofgem proposes changes to Orkney tidal power link

UK energy regulator Ofgem has put forward changes to Scottish and Southern Energy Networks' (SSEN) plan to build a ...

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Scottish industry body calls for tidal & wave budget backing

Scottish Renewables has called on the Scottish government to support renewable energy in its draft budget, which is ...

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Blue Shark inks Djibouti tidal power deal

French developer Blue Shark Power System has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Republic of Djibouti to ...

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Sea loch in Scotland could turn multi-use offshore test site

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has developed a ‘concept for industry’, outlining vision for the new ...

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European Parliament nods yes to 32% renewable energy rule

The European Parliament has adopted key set of regulations on clean energy which include a new binding renewable ...

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Germans set to 'figure out' Guinea's sun, winds, and waves

German wave energy company SINN Power has installed an autonomous measurement station to gather data for making ...

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With solutions in focus, marine energy to center on gov'ts

Harvest the benefits of the ocean energy sector – the governments were once again called on to – and take marine ...

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With solutions in focus, marine energy to look to government

Harvest the benefits of the ocean energy sector – the governments were once again called on to – and take marine ...

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Rural Scots favor waves and tides the most

The independent survey, focused specifically on people living outside urban areas of Scotland, has found the ...

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Hydrokinetic turbine power shows minimal impact on rivers

Hydrokinetic turbine arrays can efficiently generate energy with minimal impacts to the shape and behavior of river ...

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Guinea scopes out wave of clean energy options

The German clean energy start-up SINN Power has launched a feasibility study on the potential of wave power and ...

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DesignPro Renewables looks for tidal researcher

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has opened an opportunity for an experienced researcher to get involved in a ...

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Global OTEC grabs Marine-i grant

Global OTEC Resources – the company developing ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) technologies – has received ...

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Nova Innovation leads tidal energy talk at G7 summit

UK tidal energy company Nova Innovation will speak of the opportunities for capturing energy from tides at today’s ...

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