Next-gen German wave device passes Danish sea tryouts

German company NEMOS has concluded the first scale model tests of its new generation wave energy converter under ...

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Subhub platform fully geared up for tidal debut

Scottish engineering consultancy QED Naval has brought the build phase of its Subhub integrated tidal platform – ...

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Magallanes' floating tidal turbine on its way to Orkney

Magallanes Renovables' floating tidal turbine is currently being towed from Spain to Scotland, where it will arrive ...

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DesignPro's hydrokinetic turbines en route to France

DesignPro Renewables’ hydrokinetic turbines that will be tested at the SEENEOH site in Bordeaux have been sent off ...

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Floating storage prototype concludes first testing cycle

A small-scale floating energy storage prototype for offshore renewables has entered the next phase of real-sea ...

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Spain floats out marine lab to fight fouling and corrosion

The BiMEP center, an open-sea test area located off the Spanish north coast, has welcomed the prototype HarshLab ...

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IEC guides early-stage wave operations closer to sea

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has published a technical specification paper with guidelines and ...

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Ocean current turbine demo scores more

A small-scale tidal current turbine demonstrator, being developed by Spanish Seasplace and UK’s Magnomatics, has ...

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DesignPro device optimization pushes back SEENEOH splash

Irish company DesignPro Renewables has rescheduled the deployment of its device at the French testing site SEENEOH ...

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EDF to assess Natron’s battery for grid-scale renewables

Natron Energy has entered into an evaluation agreement with Electricite De France (EDF) on the potential use of its ...

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WaveSub checks in at FaBTest wave site

UK wave technology development company Marine Power Systems (MPS) has installed its quarter-scale WaveSub prototype ...

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NEMOS ropes outlive standards

German developer NEMOS has reported favorable test results for its newly developed rope construction that may be ...

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‘Promising’ trial prompts EEL Energy’s investment search

Following ‘promising’ tests in real conditions, EEL Energy has launched a funding raise with a maximum target of €7 ...

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Life DemoWave buoys reach installation site

Two wave energy buoys, built as part of the EU-backed Life DemoWave project, have been transported to Punta ...

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WaveRoller up for new round of trials at Queen’s Uni Belfast

Finnish developer AW-Energy has secured additional funding from the MaRINET2 program to continue WaveRoller device ...

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Carnegie wraps up CETO 6 wave tank testing

Carnegie Clean Energy has concluded the testing of its CETO 6 wave energy device at the COAST facility at Plymouth ...

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Spanish floating tidal turbine gears up for EMEC trials

Spanish tidal energy developer Magallanes Renovables has entered into a berth agreement with the European Marine ...

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EEL Energy kicks off new real sea testing campaign

French tidal energy developer EEL Energy has started a new set of real sea trials on its undulating tidal membrane ...

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New marine current turbine concept set for Spanish try-outs

The novel concept of Seaplace and Magnomatics, known as FTMC Turbine, will be put through its paces in the coming ...

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OIST to trial wave energy units in the Maldives

The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has signed a memorandum of understanding ...

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DesignPro Renewables targets fall for 60kW device testing

Irish start-up DesignPro Renewables has revealed plans to deploy its 60kW hydrokinetic device for testing in the ...

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