Long-term ocean demo project launches for Atlantic Arc

A €2.5 million project has been approved by Interreg Atlantic Area which will support ocean energy demonstration ...

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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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NSRI spotlights wave and tidal challenges and opportunities

National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has outlined the steps which need to be taken to ensure the UK remains ...

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K2 Management enters marine renewables sector

K2 Management, the specialist global renewables engineering consultancy, has acquired energy engineering ...

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Nearshore Beaufort Sea under wave project characterization

ACEP’s Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center team is gearing up to undertake oceanographic work on the Alaska ...

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ACEP wraps up oceanographic survey for Alaska wave project

Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) researchers have completed oceanographic survey of the Yakutat coast in ...

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Tidal apt Gen3 energy storage machine unveiled by redT

UK-based energy storage solutions company redT energy has launched its third generation (Gen 3) flow machine that ...

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More gold for MIDAS with €250K tidal-storage project grant

Dutch province of Zeeland has provided €250,000 from its public fund to support the joint, large-scale, north-west ...

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Technology sharing to cut costs of offshore renewables

Sharing innovation, systems and proven cost-cutting practices between offshore wind and tidal and wave energy ...

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UK consortium launches marine energy cost-cutting DP barge

The consortium, led by ITPEnergised, has launched a low-cost dynamic positioning (DP) barge which is expected to ...

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Long live renewables, says the UK public

The official UK government statistics have revealed record high public support for renewable energy in general, as ...

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Wave and tidal challenges a chance for subsea supply chain

National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has set up a workshop for next month to explore new market opportunities ...

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Tidal & wave generate 4GWh in record 2017 for UK renewables

The new UK government’s energy statistics report has shown that renewables share of electricity generation in 2017 ...

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World ocean energy projects put on the map

La Tene Maps, in association with RenewableUK and Ocean Energy Europe, has released a map that shows the ...

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Nautricity’s tidal turbine up for retrieval

Scottish tidal energy developer Nautricity plans to retrieve its CoRMaT tidal turbine installed off Orkney next week.

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Wood sends troopers to shape wave & tidal energy standards

Engineering and technical services provider for energy market Wood has informed that four employees working within ...

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EPICTidal runs cost-cutting tidal trials

The EPICTidal project team has conducted rotor blade performance assessment using a submersible tidal turbine test ...

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Aquatera delivers marine energy roadmap for Peru

UK-based energy and environmental consultancy Aquatera has published a study which outlines the prospects for the ...

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Scottish National Investment Bank to benefit tidal & wave?

Following the publication of the implementation plan, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that a ...

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Oregon makes $2M grant splash. Tidal & wave fit to apply

Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) has made a share of its $2 million grant funding for renewables available for ...

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Marine Renewables Canada embraces offshore wind

Canada's national association for wave and tidal energy, Marine Renewables Canada, has added offshore wind to its ...

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